Our daily cruise starts from Kenora’s scenic waterfront which takes you past Coney Island’s beautiful public beach, then heads south on a spectacular circle route of the northern section of famed Lake of the Woods (14,500 islands, 65,000 miles of shoreline). We’ll take you through picturesque channels and bays to luxurious private summer homes, and peaceful, unspoiled, wilderness areas. Watch for resident bald eagles and other wildlife that regularly come into view. The ship is both heated and air conditioned to ensure comfort in any weather. You’ll return through mystical “Devil’s Gap” to complete this 2 or 2 1/2 hour on the water experience. And water is what Sunset Country is all about.
Small wonder then, the M.S. Kenora Cruise is the leading attraction for visitors to the Lake of the Woods region.
Food & Service
During your cruise you enjoy the delightful option of full food and licensed beverage service. Both luncheon and dinner cruises feature magnificent dining, while the afternoon cruise offers a choice of menu and snack items. The M.S. Kenora provides comfortable dining and beverage service on the main and lower level decks, complete with picture windows for superb viewing while you dine. Bar service is also available on the upper promenade deck. Food is prepared in the ship’s galley to ensure quality and freshness. Our executive chef and service staff make every effort to ensure your meal and cruise are memorable.
We request only that you advise us in advance of boarding, if you are planning to dine at noon or dinner.
When you join us for dinner, be prepared for a superb choice of appetizers, entrees and desserts. This season we are including more seafood entrees for health conscious passengers, as well as the regular favorites for buffet dining. We rival most any “on shore” dining room for variety and food excellence.
During the Dinner Cruise, you should get to witness one of the things our area is best known for… a genuine Northwestern Ontario Sunset. The reason our sunsets are so spectacular is our close proximity to the prairies of Manitoba. The extravigant colours are due to the reflections from the land. They don’t call this Sunset Country for nothing!
Feel free to email us for further information or for a sample of some of our menu items.