Great Lakes Cruising
Experience unique ports of call in Michigan and surrounding states and provinces as you cruise through the Great Lakes and discover thriving cities, grand landscapes filled with indigenous wildlife, rolling dunes and miles of white sandy beaches.
Enjoy the beautiful and clear waters of the Great Lakes and visit remarkable destinations along the way. These unforgettable adventures operate from May through the end of October offering the ultimate cruise experience.
Deluxe small ship cruises reveal the rich maritime history and captivating natural beauty found here while passengers enjoy fine dining and enriching onboard events.
Explore a quaint Dutch village or a modern college campus. From local breweries to the pristine shores of Lake Michigan, Holland is the perfect one-stop destination.
You are never more than a few minutes away from miles of accessible soft-sand shoreline and rolling dunes in the Grand Haven Area. The water is always fresh. The spots for blanket picnics and sunset interludes are stellar.
Lovely Mackinac Island embodies the grace of the Victorian era with beautifully preserved historic homes and horse drawn carriages - its only form of transportation!
From historic ships and lighthouses to the restored mansions built by Muskegon's most famous lumber barons, delight in the history and scenery of the quaint Michigan town.
Known as the Motor City. Visit the Henry Ford Museum; the limousine that carried President John F. Kennedy, the bus in which Rosa Parks stood her ground, and the chair from the Ford Theatre.
Located on the Keweenaw Peninsula, visit the Quincy Copper Mine and explore how miners moved underground and extracted this valuable resource.
Find your natural rush at one of our many wildly popular waterfalls. Then take to the town for tasty local food, coffee, or brews, but whatever you do, we trust you'll #MakeYourMarq.
Located at the mouth of the St. Mary's river, the locks are located in Sault Ste. Marie. Today the locks are the busiest in the world in terms of tonnage, accommodating 1000 foot freighters.
Lake Huron is the second largest Great Lake and referred to as the "sunrise side" because of the stunning sunrises that can be viewed over the water.
Lake Erie is the smallest of the four Great Lakes that touch Michigan shores and is known for its sport fishing, particularly walleye and yellow perch.
Located above Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world. Over 30 lighthouses still stand along its coastline.
Lake Michigan spans the entire west coast of Michigan's Lower Peninsula and boasts several stunning dune regions.