Pearl Sea Cruises Reveals 2014 Great Lakes Itineraries

Pearl Seas Cruises released its tour options for the 2014 Great Lakes itineraries aboard its brand new ship, the Pearl Mist. Following research of each visited area, the line has selected numerous shore excursions from which passengers can choose. Most tours will be offered at no cost to guests.

Featured shore tours on the line’s Great Lakes cruises include:

  • Niagara Falls – A full day tour from downtown Toronto includes a boat ride on Maid of the Mist for an up-close experience bringing guests within feet of Horseshoe Falls.
  • Fort Mackinac – A carriage tour and a lunch at the Grand Hotel will be on offer.
  • Manitoulin Island – This excursion includes a 30-minute narrated tour of the Island, a traditional dance and drum presentation, and concludes with a boardwalk stroll.
  • Henry Ford Museum – Located in Dearborn, Mich., guests will take a ride through 200 years of history aboard a Model T Ford. They also receive a Greenfield Village Ride pass for unlimited access on all historic transportation rides, including Model T’s, horse-drawn carriages and more.

Cycling and kayaking opportunities will also be available at various ports throughout each cruise.  

Several of the offered shore excursions will be exclusive to Pearl Seas Cruises guests, often including private tours and exclusive access to historical sites. As an added touch, the line’s carefully selected onboard experts will frequently join guests on tours to offer added insight on the areas visited.

The Pearl Mist has oversized, gracefully appointed staterooms, all with private balconies and many with sliding glass doors, a dining room and various lounges.  

For more information, visit www.pearlseascruises.com.

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