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With a variety of sightseeing day cruises or special event night cruises, you’ll get the chance to experience the best of the area out on the water.  Be sure to listen to the on-board audio commentary, which gives insight into the incredible wonders of the St. Lawrence River.

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What you’ll see.

  • Boldt Castle
  • Millionaire’s Row
  • 1000 Islands International Bridge
  • Statue of St. Lawrence
  • Zavikon Islands
  • Fifth and sixth-generation family cottages

( This varies according to the cruise you select .)

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1000 Islands Cruise under the Bridge

Three-Hour 1000 Islands Cruise from Gananoque

Zavikon Island in the 1000 Islands

One-hour 1000 Islands Cruise from Ivy Lea

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One-hour 1000 Islands Cruise from Gananoque

Boldt Castle on Heart Island

Five-hour 1000 Islands Boldt Castle Stopover Cruise from Gananoque

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  • Sight-seeing day cruises and special event night cruises are available
  • Recognized as a “Canadian Signature Experience”
  • English and French audio commentary are available
  • Choose your cruise carefully, depending on the landmarks you want to see
  • You don’t need a passport (unless you’re on the five-hour 1000 Islands Boldt Castle Stopover Cruise from Gananoque)
  • All City Cruises Gananoque vessels are fully accessible on the first deck

“Great tour!!! We did the 5 hour Boldt Castle tour and it was just perfect. 2 hours on the island is just enough, not too long and not too short. Highly recommend!!! Staff are super friendly and the price is right.”

“Excellent value for money. The 1hr tour gives you a good insight on the islands history and their present as well as the characteristics of the region. The 3hr tour takes you to the beautiful Body castle and the international bridge and also has a really good description of the area.”

“If you go to visit 1000 Islands this is a must do! We absolutely loved our 2.5 hour cruise. The weather was nice and we managed to make some great photos of Boldt castle. The boat crew was very nice and their boat was very clean and spacious. It was a great experience for us and our kids and we enjoyed the scenery.”

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Your reservations may be made online , over the phone, through our online chat, and in-person at ticket booths at select locations.

Tickets are not required for boarding. When boarding, you can check in with your confirmation number and the last name that is on your reservation.

Option 1: You may transfer to a different cruise date of your choosing. If you are rescheduling to a lower priced cruise, the company will refund you the difference. If you are rescheduling to a higher priced cruise, payment will be required for the difference once the new date is selected. Prices are subject to change based on demand and peak cruise times.

Option 2: If you are unsure of a new date when you can cruise, you may move your funds to a gift card. Gift cards never expire.

Option 3: If you are unable to join the cruise at a future date, you will receive a full refund back to the original form of payment. Please allow three to five business days for the funds to appear in your account.

Service animals are permitted. 

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Our Gananoque departure location is approximately 3 hours from Toronto, 2 hours from Ottawa, and 3 hours from Montreal. Gananoque is 15 minutes from the border crossing of New York State via the 1000 Islands Bridge. Our community is accessible from Highway 401 and Highway 2 from Kingston, Ontario.

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Our Ivy Lea departure location is conveniently located off the 1000 Islands Parkway in the village of Ivy Lea at 95 Ivy Lea Road, Lansdowne, Ontario. It is only minutes from the 1000 Islands International Bridge off Interstate 81. Ivy Lea is also accessible from Highway 401 and 30 min east of Kingston, Ontario on Highway 2.

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World's largest cruise ship, Icon of the Seas, begins its maiden voyage after christening from Lionel Messi

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The world's largest cruise ship is set to begin its maiden voyage Saturday as it gets underway from the Port of Miami.

Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas, which runs nearly 1,200 feet from bow to stern, is leaving South Florida for its first seven-day island-hopping voyage through the tropics. The ship was officially christened Tuesday with help from soccer legend Lionel Messi and his Inter Miami teammates.

"Icon of the Seas is the culmination of more than 50 years of dreaming, innovating and living our mission – to deliver the world's best vacation experiences responsibly," Royal Caribbean Group President and CEO Jason Liberty said earlier this week. "She is the ultimate multigenerational family vacation, forever changing the status quo in family travel and fulfilling vacation dreams for all ages on board."

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When the Icon of the Seas was first revealed in October 2022, the ship spurred the single largest booking day and the highest volume booking week in Royal Caribbean's then 53-year history, according to the cruise line.

The Icon of the Seas is divided into eight neighborhoods across 20 decks. The ship includes six waterslides, seven swimming pools, an ice-skating rink, a theater and more than 40 restaurants, bars and lounges. The ship can carry up to 7,600 passengers at maximum capacity, along with 2,350 crew members.

Jay Schneider, Royal Caribbean's Chief Product Innovation Officer, says the cruise ship is more than just its amenities.

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North Korea appears to demolish ‘reunification arch’ as Kim Jong Un turns against ties with South

A TV screen shows a report of North Korea’s cruise missiles with file footage during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024. South Korea’s military says North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast, adding to a provocative run of weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening nuclear tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

This satellite image from Planet Labs PBC appears to show the Pyongyang’s Monument to the Three Charters for National Reunification, which was also commonly called the Arch of Reunification, destroyed in Pyongyang, North Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024. The monument appears to have been destroyed as tensions on the Korean Peninsula have increased in recent months and as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called the monument an “eyesore.” (Planet Labs PBC via AP)

FILE - This photo shows the Arch of Reunification, a monument to symbolize the hope for eventual reunification of the two Koreas, in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Sept. 11, 2018. The monument appeared gone in satellite images taken by Planet Labs Tuesday morning, although it was unclear exactly when or how it was taken down, said NK News, a North Korea-focused news site. The Associated Press couldn’t immediately confirm the report independently. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)

A TV screen shows a report of North Korea’s cruise missiles with file footage during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024. South Korea’s military says North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast, adding to a provocative run of weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening nuclear tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan. The letters read “South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast.” (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

FILE - In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivers a speech during a year-end plenary meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party, which was held between Dec. 26, and Dec. 30, 2023, in Pyongyang, North Korea. In an unusual gesture from nearby North Korea, leader Kim Jong Un sent a message of condolence to Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the Korean Central News Agency reported Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024. Independent journalists were not given access to cover the event depicted in this image distributed by the North Korean government. The content of this image is as provided and cannot be independently verified. (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP, File)

A TV screen shows a report of North Korea’s cruise missiles with file footage during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024. South Korea’s military says North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast, adding to a provocative run of weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening nuclear tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan. The part of letters read “North, Cruise missiles.” (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

South Korean army soldiers gather next to their armored vehicles during a military exercise in Paju, South Korea, near the border with North Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024. South Korea’s military says North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast, adding to a provocative run of weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening nuclear tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

South Korean army soldiers move during a military exercise in Paju, South Korea, near the border with North Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024. South Korea’s military says North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast, adding to a provocative run of weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening nuclear tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea appears to have torn down a huge arch in its capital that symbolized reconciliation with South Korea, a week after leader Kim Jong Un dismissed decades of hopes for peaceful reunification with the war-divided peninsula’s south, according to satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press on Wednesday.

South Korea’s military also said Wednesday that North Korea fired several cruise missiles into waters off its western coast.

Kim last week described the Pyongyang monument as an “eyesore” and called for its removal while declaring that the North was abandoning long-standing goals of a peaceful unification with South Korea and ordered a rewriting of the North’s constitution to define the South as its most hostile foreign adversary.

Satellite images from Planet Labs PBC appeared to show the destruction of Pyongyang’s Monument to the Three Charters for National Reunification, also called the Arch of Reunification. An image Tuesday clearly showed the arch missing along a roadway.

FILE - North Korean Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui arrives to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. North Korea said Sunday it has agreed to further strategic and tactical cooperation with Russia to establish a “new multi-polarized international order,” as the two countries work to build a united front in the face of their separate, intensifying tensions with the United States. (Artyom Geodakyan/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, File)

Clouds and snow cover made it difficult to ascertain when North Korea tore down the monument, but it appeared to be within the last few days. NKNews, a website focused on North Korea, first reported on the satellite images .

The arch was a 30-meter (about 100-foot) tall structure that looked over a highway leading to the city of Kaesong near the border with South Korea.

The cruise missile launches were North Korea’s second known launch event of the year, following a Jan. 14 test-firing of the country’s first solid-fuel intermediate range ballistic missile, which reflected its efforts to advance its lineup of weapons targeting U.S. military bases in Japan and Guam.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday that the U.S. and South Korean militaries were analyzing the latest launches. It did not immediately confirm the exact number of missiles fired or their specific flight details.

“Our military has increased surveillance and vigilance and is closely coordinating with the United States while monitoring for further signs and activity from North Korea,” the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have increased in recent months as Kim continues to accelerate his weapons development and issue provocative threats of nuclear conflict with the United States and its Asian allies.

The United States, South Korea and Japan have been expanding their combined military exercises in response to the North’s missiles tests. Kim characterizes these drills as rehearsals for an invasion.

In the latest tit-for-tat, North Korea said last week that it conducted a test of a purported nuclear-capable underwater attack drone in response to a combined naval exercise by the United States, South Korea and Japan , as it blamed its rivals for tensions in the region.

Cruise missiles are among a broad range of weapons North Korea has been testing in recent years as it attempts to build a viable nuclear threat against the United States and its Asian allies.

Since 2021, the North has conducted several flight tests of what it describes as long-range cruise missiles, which it claims can cover ranges of up to 2,000 kilometers (1,242 miles) and are nuclear-capable.

While North Korean cruise missile activities aren’t directly banned under U.N. sanctions, experts say those weapons potentially pose a serious threat to South Korea and Japan, as they are designed to fly like small airplanes and travel along landscape that would make them harder to detect by radar.

There are concerns that North Korea could dial up tensions in a U.S. election year. Experts say the North would aim to increase its bargaining power as it plans for eventual negotiations with whoever wins the November presidential vote.

North Korea also has a long history of ramping up pressure on rival South Korea when it doesn’t get what it wants from Washington.

During the speech at Pyongyang’s rubber-stamp parliament where Kim announced that his country would no longer pursue reconciliation with the South, he accused South Korea of acting as “top-class stooges” of the Americans and repeated a threat that he would use his nukes to annihilate the South if provoked.

Analysts say North Korea could be aiming to diminish South Korea’s voice in the regional nuclear standoff and eventually force direct dealings with Washington as it looks to cement its nuclear status.

Associated Press writer Jon Gambrell in Jerusalem contributed.

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GM's Cruise faces long road back to city streets in wake of safety review

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General Motors' Cruise self-driving car unit faces a trip that could last the better part of this year to convince regulators and a wary public that its robotaxis are fit to share the road with human drivers, industry officials said.

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GM's Cruise faces long road back to city streets in wake of safety review

After releasing a withering safety report last week that Cruise commissioned, GM said on Tuesday it slashed about $1 billion from Cruise's annual budget and promised to "soon" release a timeline for the unit's return to operations. The U.S. automaker also delayed indefinitely a March update when it was expected to lay out plans.

That has raised questions about when Cruise might get its vehicles back on the road, particularly as it faces various government probes including from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Despite the struggles, GM CEO Mary Barra reiterated her commitment on Tuesday to a business that recorded a $2.7 billion pretax loss last year and burned $1.9 billion in cash.

The autonomous car developer trimmed a quarter of its staff and grounded its entire U.S. fleet after an October accident in which a woman was dragged 20 feet (6.1 meters) by a Cruise vehicle in San Francisco after being struck by a human driver.

Cruise, by both missteps and design, withheld evidence from regulators, the press and the public in the accident's wake, according to the report by law firm Quinn Emanuel. Following the accident, California officials pulled Cruise's permit to operate in the state and NHTSA issued a recall of Cruise vehicles.

Before Cruise can again send its distinctive orange and white Chevrolet Bolts onto city streets, it must run a gauntlet of regulators, including California's Public Utilities Commission and Department of Motor Vehicles. Cruise last week revealed probes by the U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission but declined to provide additional details.

NHTSA declined to comment beyond confirming it has two Cruise investigations underway.

Rosekind said Cruise should be proactive in disclosing more data, more frequently, to regulators as it seeks to revive open-road testing.

"We have not set a timeline for deployment," Cruise spokesman Erik Moser said. "Our goal is to relaunch in one city with supervised driving as soon as possible once we have taken steps to rebuild trust with regulators and the public."

However, according to three people familiar with the matter, Cruise executives told some engineering and operations staff in internal meetings in recent weeks that they should not expect to see its robotaxis on city streets again until the fourth quarter. The sources declined to be identified because they were not authorized to speak on Cruise's behalf.

"The idea that we don't plan to have supervised driving operations before the fourth quarter is misinformed," Moser said. He did not provide a timeline for when Cruise's fully driverless trips will return.

Cruise lost its California permit in October and later faced a NHTSA recall, prompting it to ground its entire U.S. fleet.

While Cruise has not revealed where it will seek to relaunch its service, people familiar with the matter said it is considering Houston and Dallas as likely cities. The Texas Department of Public Safety, which regulates autonomous vehicles in the state, did not respond to a request for comment.

Such a relaunch would likely begin with as few as 10 cars in each city and no passengers, one of the sources said. By comparison, Cruise last year had about 300 fully autonomous cars in San Francisco with plans to add operations in at least 10 cities.

"It will take Cruise time, meaningful time, to earn back the trust of regulators," said Matthew Wansley, a Cardozo School of Law professor who specializes in emerging automotive technologies. "Regulators and the public rely on the good faith of these companies and it appears Cruise misled them both by omission of the facts."

A technological analysis by engineering firm Exponent, commissioned by Cruise, found that in the October accident the Cruise vehicle failed in several ways. These include inaccurately sensing the woman's location, detection of what part of the car hit her and the car's placement, so that it kept moving instead of making an emergency stop after striking the woman.

However, GM's Barra asserted on Tuesday that "we had already demonstrated and validated externally that Cruise technology is already safer than a human driver."

Barra said GM is working to ensure it can retain Cruise staff critical to developing the technology.

Cruise has been cutting costs in other ways, including by doing away with free food at company offices, a perk common in Silicon Valley.

Starting earlier this month, a memo reviewed by Reuters showed, Cruise began charging workers $10 for hot meals and $2.50 for barista-served hot coffee.

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Analysis-GM's Cruise Faces Long Road Back to City Streets in Wake of Safety Review

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FILE PHOTO: A self-driving GM Bolt EV is seen during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/File Photo

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - General Motors' Cruise self-driving car unit faces a trip that could last the better part of this year to convince regulators and a wary public that its robotaxis are fit to share the road with human drivers, industry officials said.

After releasing a withering safety report last week that Cruise commissioned, GM said on Tuesday it slashed about $1 billion from Cruise's annual budget and promised to "soon" release a timeline for the unit's return to operations. The U.S. automaker also delayed indefinitely a March update when it was expected to lay out plans.

That has raised questions about when Cruise might get its vehicles back on the road, particularly as it faces various government probes including from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

"Investigating defects is a highly deliberative process," said Mark Rosekind, a former NHTSA chief who has also worked for Amazon.com's Zoox autonomous vehicle unit. "It would be months, easily, and for bigger problems up to a year or more to resolve an investigation."

Despite the struggles, GM CEO Mary Barra reiterated her commitment on Tuesday to a business that recorded a $2.7 billion pretax loss last year and burned $1.9 billion in cash.

The autonomous car developer trimmed a quarter of its staff and grounded its entire U.S. fleet after an October accident in which a woman was dragged 20 feet (6.1 meters) by a Cruise vehicle in San Francisco after being struck by a human driver.

Cruise, by both missteps and design, withheld evidence from regulators, the press and the public in the accident's wake, according to the report by law firm Quinn Emanuel. Following the accident, California officials pulled Cruise's permit to operate in the state and NHTSA issued a recall of Cruise vehicles.

Before Cruise can again send its distinctive orange and white Chevrolet Bolts onto city streets, it must run a gauntlet of regulators, including California's Public Utilities Commission and Department of Motor Vehicles. Cruise last week revealed probes by the U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission but declined to provide additional details.

NHTSA declined to comment beyond confirming it has two Cruise investigations underway.

Rosekind said Cruise should be proactive in disclosing more data, more frequently, to regulators as it seeks to revive open-road testing.

"We have not set a timeline for deployment," Cruise spokesman Erik Moser said. "Our goal is to relaunch in one city with supervised driving as soon as possible once we have taken steps to rebuild trust with regulators and the public."

However, according to three people familiar with the matter, Cruise executives told some engineering and operations staff in internal meetings in recent weeks that they should not expect to see its robotaxis on city streets again until the fourth quarter. The sources declined to be identified because they were not authorized to speak on Cruise's behalf.

"The idea that we don't plan to have supervised driving operations before the fourth quarter is misinformed," Moser said. He did not provide a timeline for when Cruise's fully driverless trips will return.

Cruise lost its California permit in October and later faced a NHTSA recall, prompting it to ground its entire U.S. fleet.

While Cruise has not revealed where it will seek to relaunch its service, people familiar with the matter said it is considering Houston and Dallas as likely cities. The Texas Department of Public Safety, which regulates autonomous vehicles in the state, did not respond to a request for comment.

Such a relaunch would likely begin with as few as 10 cars in each city and no passengers, one of the sources said. By comparison, Cruise last year had about 300 fully autonomous cars in San Francisco with plans to add operations in at least 10 cities.

"It will take Cruise time, meaningful time, to earn back the trust of regulators," said Matthew Wansley, a Cardozo School of Law professor who specializes in emerging automotive technologies. "Regulators and the public rely on the good faith of these companies and it appears Cruise misled them both by omission of the facts."

A technological analysis by engineering firm Exponent, commissioned by Cruise, found that in the October accident the Cruise vehicle failed in several ways. These include inaccurately sensing the woman's location, detection of what part of the car hit her and the car's placement, so that it kept moving instead of making an emergency stop after striking the woman.

However, GM's Barra asserted on Tuesday that "we had already demonstrated and validated externally that Cruise technology is already safer than a human driver."

Barra said GM is working to ensure it can retain Cruise staff critical to developing the technology.

Cruise has been cutting costs in other ways, including by doing away with free food at company offices, a perk common in Silicon Valley.

Starting earlier this month, a memo reviewed by Reuters showed, Cruise began charging workers $10 for hot meals and $2.50 for barista-served hot coffee.

(Reporting by Greg Bensinger; Additional reporting by Hyunjoo Jin in San Francisco; Editing by Ben Klayman and Richard Chang)

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