Announcements

 

Tuesday, July 22nd: No public cruises today!

Cruises Wednesday, July 23rd at 2 and 4pm

- Events Next Week -

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LOCK 32 BEER RUN! Wed 23/Thur 24/Sun 27, 6:00-7:15 pm- "Lock 32 Beer Run" Grab a growler from Lock 32 Brewing company and join us as we make a beer run to Lock 32! No reservation required. Tickets - $10.00 adults & $5.00 for kids. Lock 32 beer while going through Lock 32? A perfect pairing!  
WINE CRUISE Friday, July 25th 6:30-8:00 pm– “All on the Same Boat” We will all be “on the same boat” together on this evening, as you experience new wines presented by Wine Worldwide. Delicious, delectable and mouth watering wines from Italy will have you wanting to grab everyone on board to catch the next flight to Bell’ Italia, so we’ll all be “on the same plane” together! Local producer to be determined.

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Located in Pittsford

Come enjoy the Pittsford canal front.

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Daily Cruises

Buy tickets now for either our Noon, 2:00pm, 4:00pm or Special Event cruises. Click on the secure link below to check ticket availability.

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Ice Cream Cruises Every Sunday!

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Sunday's from 2:00-3:30 we will cruise to Abbott's at Bushnell's Basin and dock for an ice cream treat. Use your Sam Patch ticket to get 20% your ice cream! Call or buy tickets online under the 2:00 pm cruise.    

Some of our happy riders

Come enjoy all that the Erie Canal has to offer.

Our student group really enjoyed the trip on the canal today. It was a great experience for them to see the Erie canal locks rise and fall and to better understand the history of our region. Mrs. Anderson
Our group really liked hearing about the history of the canal. Our guide was very knowledgeable  and was able to answer all of our questions. Thank you again. Melisa Beauchesne
I really enjoyed the cruise today. Tons of fun and a great way to spend a summer day rain or shine. Joanne
We all really enjoyed our cruise. The service was wonderful and it was an amazing experience seeing how the Erie Canal locks work. Andrew Woodard