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Waterton Shoreline Cruises is a small family-owned tour boat company in Waterton Lakes National Park that offers informative and entertaining sight-seeing tours of Upper Waterton Lake, as well as shuttle service to the remote Crypt Landing.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
101 Waterton Ave, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta T0K 2M0, Canada
I've been to Waterton many times and had never taken this cruise although I had heard a lot about it.
The price of a ticket is up there, but it's worth it! The boat is clean and well
maintained, and the staff is just amazing!...More
Our guide Jeremy did an awesome job sharing many geological facts and history of the Waterton shore line. Enjoyed the later ride back from Goat Haunt nice views. We went our on another boat and the guide on that boat also did an amazing job...More
I'm a bit of a boat lover - so I may be biased - but the MV International is a wonderful boat. The company is doing a great job with the upkeep.
If you take this tour, you will be educated, entertained and awed by...More
We took a boat cruise on July 6, 2018, and it was wonderful. We chose the 7p time in hopes of seeing wildlife. We didn't see any animals, but we loved the scenery! The awesome tour guide, (I believe his name was Kevin), knew so...More
Had a wonderful experience on this tour. It can get quite windy and weather can be a factor so dress for it. The guides are super personable and we learned a ton about the area. The ship is worth the admission itself. Not very often...More
Just took the Shoreline Cruise on the International and spent 2 hours on Lake Waterton, discovering magical and majestic sceneries of the Canadian Rockies and Glacier National Park. Breathtaking overall! Our guide Mike was exceptional- incredibly knowledgeable and a wonderful guide and storyteller. You will...More
We took this wonderful cruise on a gorgeous afternoon in June. Jeremy the tour guide was truly fantastic, the knowledge he had for such a young guy was unbelievable, he kept us entertained the whole trip, the senery was absolutely spectacular. I must do in...More
If you enjoy gale force winds, this is your trip, but bring a waterproof jacket. Also, costs over $50 for this brief voyage down and back on the lake. Tour guide spoke mainly about last year's forest fire.