Toronto Boat Cruises - FAQs
All areas on the boats are carpeted. We do recommend wearing flat sole shoes for your safety and comfort. On a cool evening, a light jacket or shawl is suggested.
The Aurora Borealis is fully AGCO licensed. All alcohol served on board must be purchased from us, either on board with cash or major credit cards, or paid for in advance. If you wish to have a special wine to be available on your cruise we will order it for you.
Booking your cruise
Please click here to access our inquiry form or call 416.214.2774
The Aurora Borealis is licensed for up to 235 guests plus crew and hospitality staff.
With these package deals cruises no cancellations are accepted under any circumstances.
All guests must be over the age of 19 years. We reserve the right to check IDs at our discretion.
Coast Guard Regulations
The Aurora Borealis is certified by the Canadian Coast Guard.
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The Aurora Borealis is operational from May 1st to September 30th.
Cruising Times - Boarding etc.
We can customize cruise times and hours according to your requirements. Our regular charter rates include 1/2 an hour for boarding, 4 hours of cruising time and 1/2 hour to disembark.
Directions & Parking
Ample parking is available right next to the ship. For directions please click here
The Aurora Borealis is fully insured. Negligence and dangerous behaviour on behalf of the passengers is not included in the insurance coverage.
The Aurora Borealis is fully Canadian Coast Guard certified and according to the CCG regulations has a full complement of adult and childrens' life jackets and includes certified life rafts, fire-fighting equipment and a motorized tender.
Weather & Rain Policy
We sail whether it rains or shines. In case of the rain, the top deck features an all-weather retractable roof and the main deck can be fully enclosed and weather protected. In an emergency situation the ship can be returned to port. We would never to put our passengers at risk.
Unfortunately, there is certain limitation for wheelchair access due to ships' designs as per Transport Canada regulations. Washrooms are located in the lower deck and stairs are not designed to comfortable wheel-chair access.
If you have any questions that we have not answered above, please call us at 416.214.2774 Thank You.
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