🍂🍂🍂  Please check as Fall Cruise times 🍂🍂🍂

🍂🍂🍂 are different than regular summer cruise times !🍂🍂🍂

 

Fall was made to be seen on Lake George! The colors
are beginning to change……


~~  The Saint Sacrement sails Dinner cruises Friday & Saturday, Lunch Saturdays and October 12 – 16, and Brunch Sundays thru 10/31~~ 

Dinner

Lunch 

Brunch 

~~ Sightseeing is also available on the Saint Sacrement cruises
for those who do not want the buffet meal  ~~

 

~~  The Minne Ha-Ha has finished her cruises for this season.
Next cruises will be in May 2022  ~ ~


~~  The Mohican is sailing her “Islands of the Narrows” cruise daily thru 10/31

 

~~ The Mohican also sails a Fall Midday (11am-1pm) cruise
on week days when the Saint is not sailing a Luncheon cruise.
For dates and details –>


Safety first! As per current New York State guidelines,
masks are voluntary on our boats, subject to change. 

We strongly suggest mask wearing for non-vaccinated patrons.

 


 

Plan your special event on the boats!
Birthdays, weddings,

 and other celebrations are simply more
fun out on the lake!

 


 

Daily Mohican Midday Cruises

Weekend Sunset Dinner or Sightseeing Cruises

Take A Mohican 1 Hour Fall Lakefront Cruise

Daily Mohican Islands of the Narrows Cruises

Saturday & Select Weekday Luncheon Cruises

Sunday Champagne Brunch or Sightseeing Cruises

Weekend 1hr Minne Ha-Ha Paddlewheel Cruise

Mohican Noon Cruises

Midday Luncheon Cruises

Minne Evening Pirate Cruise

Minne 1 Hour Paddlewheel Cruises

Mohican Islands of the Narrows Cruises

Sunday Champagne Brunch or Sightseeing Cruises

Sunset Dinner or Sightseeing Cruises

Mohican Weekly Full Lake Cruise

Taco, Sunset Picnic, Pizza, & Pasta Dinner Cruises

Mohican Paradise Bay Cruise

Starting Cyber-Monday thru 12/20

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We will not be hosting a New Years Eve dinner cruise this season.

The ticket office is open daily from
9am – 4pm.
Call 518-668-5777, ext. 4 for information.

 

minne ha ha one hour cruises

The Minne Ha Ha says “See you in May!”

 


 

   

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I wanted to share with you and the crew because with this pandemic, it is tough [with] a special needs child…

 

Everyone has been so kind and understanding, especially the crew of the Minne Ha Ha.

 

I want to send my sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of you for making my life so much easier and for making my daughter not only a part of society, but making her happy to experience life and the beauty of Lake George like we all see it.”
– R.F., Lake George Steamboat Co. customer.

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