Small Ship Cruising on America’s Great Lakes

aboard the Luxurious M/V Victory I

11 DAYS • 28 MEALS Join us as we explore America’s Great Lakes from the comfort and convenience of the M/V Victory I, the new standard for small ship cruising.
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The Mayflower Tours Way

  • Free home or local pickup and return
  • 28 Meals (10 dinners, 8 lunches and 10 breakfasts)
  • Experience America’s Great Lakes on a 9-night cruise from the comfort of the luxurious M/V Victory I
  • Spend 1 night in Toronto, Ontario’s cosmopolitan capital
  • Be whisked away to the top of the impressive CN Tower for dinner
  • Panoramic sightseeing tour of Toronto with a local guide including Casa Loma
  • Enjoy lunch and wine tasting at a Niagara region winery
  • Pass through the famed Soo Locks, located on the St. Mary’s River and sees an average of 10,000 ships per year and cruise on beautiful Georgian Bay
  • $55 in Mayflower Money
  • Cruise America’s Five Great Lakes:
    • Ontario, whose name means "Lake of Shining Waters"
    • Erie, the smallest of the Great Lakes
    • Huron, named for the native Huron people
    • Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes
    • Michigan, located entirely within the U.S.
  • All Shore Excursions are included:
    • Take the “Voyage to the Falls” sailing to the foot of magnificent Niagara Falls aboard the new Hornblower cruise vessel
    • Visit Cleveland, Ohio with its bustling West Side Market and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
    • Visit the Henry Ford Museum, the National Historic Landmark named for noted automobile industrialist Henry Ford
    • Experience Ojibwa customs and culture on Manitoulin Island in Georgian Bay
    • Visit the Valley Camp Museum Ship and River of History Museum in Sault Ste. Marie
    • Full day on Mackinac Island with horse-drawn carriage tour, visit to Fort Mackinac and stop at the majestic Grand Hotel
Tour Activity Level
LEVEL 2: Average physical activity on this program requiring the ability to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, sometimes over uneven surfaces.