Victory Cruise Lines Outlines Summer Schedule

Victory Cruise Lines

Victory Cruise Lines has highlighted the company’s first two itineraries since joining American Queen Steamboat Company. The M/V Victory I and M/V Victory II will sail 10-day itineraries on all five Great Lakes and along certain Canadian waterways.

M/V Victory I’s Great Lakes Grand Discovery itinerary will sail between Toronto and Chicago and include views of Niagara Falls and the southern Canadian coast. Ports of call will include Port Colborne, Niagara Falls; Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Sault Saint Marie, Michigan; Little Current, Ontario; and Mackinac Island, Michigan.

The M/V Victory II will offer the French Canada and Great Lakes itinerary. Sailing from Montreal, the cruise will travel through the French-Canadian countryside, along the St. Lawrence River and atop Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Guests will explore the Thousand Islands corridor, tour Kingston’s preserved Gothic cathedrals and explore the area’s many historical monuments. Stops will include Quebec City, Quebec; Kingston, Ontario; Toronto, Ontario; Port Weller, Niagara Falls; Cleveland, Ohio; and Detroit, Michigan.

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The two ships will offer sailings between May and October, with no itineraries departing in September. Sailing dates for the Great Lakes Grand Discovery trip include May 13, 22 and 31; June 9 and 27; August 11, 20 and 29; and October 4 and 13. The M/V Victory II will offer departures on May 28; June 6; July 12, 21 and 30; August 8, 17 and 26; and October 10.

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