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Cerulean Adventures Sailing Yacht Charters

369 Shuter St, Toronto, Ontario M5A 1X2, Canada
+1 416-937-3266
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Outstanding Private Evening Cruise on Lake Ontario

Out family of five (three sons) had a fantastic evening boat ride with Greg Neely and his first... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2016
Patricia C
Sailing Lake Ontario on the Cerulean

I recommend Cerulean Adventures Sailing Yacht Charters to everyone! I was so excited to take in the... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2013
Jeanine N
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18 Aug 2016
“Outstanding Private Evening Cruise on Lake Ontario”
7 Aug 2013
“Sailing Lake Ontario on the Cerulean”
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369 Shuter St, Toronto, Ontario M5A 1X2, Canada
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Reviewed 18 August 2016

Out family of five (three sons) had a fantastic evening boat ride with Greg Neely and his first mate, Rodney. Greg was so patient with our three sons (22, 19 & 17) teaching them all about sailing and telling us all about Toronto. We couldn't...More

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Reviewed 7 August 2013

I recommend Cerulean Adventures Sailing Yacht Charters to everyone! I was so excited to take in the beautiful skyline from the water, which was only more exhilarating and breathtaking as the sun was setting and viewpoints were changing. Greg and Elaine Neely gave us the...More

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SallyRenee
Is this something that a 60 + person could do? I sailed when I was young, but have a minor disability which limits me a bit.
6 January 2016|
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