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Lake George Lunch Cruise

Highlights
  • 2-hour lunch cruise on Lake George
  • Cruise to Bolton Bay and the mouth of the Narrows
  • Enjoy live musical entertainment on board
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Lake George Lunch Cruise
From USD 43.00
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Lake George Lunch Cruise
USD 43.00
Overview
Take a 2-hour lunch cruise on beautiful Lake George, at the base of the Adirondack Mountains. Enjoy a buffet-style meal that includes assorted soups and salads, warm entrees, cold sandwiches and dessert while listening to live music. Relax outside on the top deck and enjoy a perfect view of the pristine lake, also known as the Queen of American Lakes, with a narrated account of popular sites like Bolton Landing and Sagamore Resort, to name a couple. Non-alcoholic drinks are included. Alcoholic drinks are available for purchase.
What to Expect
Hop on board the Lac du Saint Sacrement, the largest ship on the inland waters of New York State, up to an hour before departure, and enjoy a beverage or start right in on the buffet-style lunch, cooked fresh in the ship’s galley. Choose from a variety of hot dishes — including a vegetarian option — with assorted soups and salads, a carving station with ham, turkey, and roast beef to make a sandwich, and dessert.
There’s more than just great food on this lunch cruise, though. Live music and a narrated account of the many popular sites that line the lake highlight the 2-hour journey. Experience the beautiful mountain wilderness (watch for nesting eagles) with wonderful views of the Millionaire’s Row mansions and Lake George Club, plus the elegant Sagamore Resort and Bolton Landing upon arrival at Bolton Bay.
Sit back and relax in the sun on the ship’s outer decks. There are also enclosed and outdoor observation areas, individual deck chairs, and the Port of Call Lounge and snack bar on the third deck — truly something for everyone on a lunch and sightseeing cruise to remember.
Reviews (57)
1 - 5 of 21 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
lou review

the boat was nice ,we were seated in an area that you couldnt hear the nirration ,because the engine noise was very loud ,and we were behind a wall so we couldnt see what the nirrator was trying to tell you about , the food...More

Thank Louis L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing fall afternoon

Very nice afternoon. Great value. The entire cruise came off like clockwork. The food was actually quite good. Simple but fresh and yummy. We had some prosecco and a local craft beer with lunch. The music was a lot of fun and just the right...More

Thank ScottBeckett
Reviewed 1 week ago
Sightseeing tour is a must

My husband and I chose the sightseeing only option during the lunch cruise. We had had a late breakfast and were not hungry yet. Seating for this was on the third deck. Both inside and outside seating were available. It was one of the rare...More

Thank Diane L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Wonderful Cruise!

Everything about this cruise was great. Lunch was very good, the vocal entertainment was great and the waitresses and waiters were very nice and attentive to our needs. The Captain's narration of what we were seeing on the shore as we cruised was very informative....More

1  Thank mrschief7
Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile
Very nice, a little more polish for great!

It seemed a little odd to need to convert my TripAdvisor ticket to their own, but it came with good advice. Be in line before the one-hour boarding limit. We were, and boarded among the first on the boat. Upon boarding, we heard that lunch...More

2  Thank Mi_2_Jo_2
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