Lake George Steamboat Cruises
LEARN, ENJOY, RELAX and CRUISE on Lake George with BRUCE DEARSTYNE !!
NEW YORK ARCHIVES Magazine Speakers Series Presents:
The Last of the Mohicans Revisited: "Fictionalizing History"
Speaker: Bruce W Dearstyne
June 3, 2016 from 2:30 - 5 pm
Dr. Dearstyne will discuss the historical events that are the basis for the novel: the August 1757 battle, surrender of Fort William Henry, and subsequent travails, as the background for James Fennimore Cooper's characters and descriptions.
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We offer many daily, varied length cruises on our 3 large ships from May through the end of October.
The Minne-Ha-Ha is one of the last steam paddle wheelers in America. She is perfect for kids and families with tight schedules. She takes an hour-long cruise, 7 times a day. Guests will be delighted with the Minne's authentic steam calliope concert in between each cruise.
The Mohican is the oldest continuously operated tour boat in America. Launched in 1908, the Mohican began her 107th year of service in 2015. She offers a variety of cruises, from one that tours the entire length of the 32-mile long Lake George to others that show off the Islands of Lake George, as well as a food cruise most evenings during the week (Taco Tuesday, Western BBQ Wednesday, Pizza Thursday, and Pasta Friday).
The 190 foot long Lac du Saint Sacrement is the largest cruise ship on the inland waters of New York State. She offers a two-hour Luncheon and Dinner cruise daily. In addition, a Champagne Sunday Brunch cruise is also offered and is a real favorite!
Our popular Fireworks Cruise launches every Thursday night throughout the summer - weather permitting.
All of our ships are available for group tours, charters, private parties, and weddings (of any size!). Group Rates are available; please contact us at 518-668-5777, ext. 205 and email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: No large coolers or outside food/drink allowed on board. Large carry-ons/purses/strollers may be checked by the ship's officer prior to boarding.