Boldt Castle and Two-Nation Tour

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Adult (13 and up)
$22
Child (6-12)
$12
Youngster (5 and under)
$0
Senior (65 and up)
$20
Active Military and Family
$20

3.5 Hours | A unique tour of Boldt Castle & Two-Nation

About

Join us for the most unique and complete Boldt Castle/Two Nation Tour experience. Enjoy an intimate boat tour as we travel over 22 unique miles among many of the 1000 Islands along the St. Lawrence River. We begin in Clayton miles south of Boldt Castle, travel up the American Channel of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Our professional guides will share rich history, legends and lore as we get you up close to the islands allowing adults and children the ability to spot local wildlife.

This international tour will include views of Magnificent Million Dollar Summer Homes on both the US and Canadian shorelines, travel under both the American and Canadian spans of the 1000 Island Bridge System, and pass Rock Island Lightouse State Park.

At Heart Island you have the option to disembark and enjoy a self-guided tour of Boldt Castle.

Returning to Clayton through the Canadian Channel of the St. Lawrence River, we will travel by the smallest international bridge, through the whirlpools of “the lost channel,” pass by Tom Thumb Island, the Statue of St. Lawrence, through Eel Bay, and wind through the islands in front of Clayton, the real Heart of the Thousand Islands.

2018 Schedule

May 12th – 25th  /  Daily  11:00AM

May 26th, 27th, and 28th (Memorial Day Weekend)  /  Daily  10:00AM and 1:30PM

May 29th – June 15th  /  Daily  11:00AM

June 16th – 21st   /  Daily  10:00AM and 1:30PM

June 22nd – September 3rd  /  Daily  10:00AM, 11:00AM, and 1:30PM

September 4th – October 21st  /  Daily  11:00AM

 

Highlights of this tour include:

– St. Lawrence Seaway shipping channel
– Round Island
– Rock Island Lighthouse on Rock Island
– Thousand Island Park
– Travel under 2 spans of the 1000 Island Bridge System
– Cherry Island & Millionaire’s Row
– Devil’s Oven – hiding place of Pirate Bill Johnston during the Patriot’s War of 1837
– Hopewell Hall – summer home of George Boldt’s daughter & grandaughter
– Boldt Castle
– Boldt Castle Yacht House
– Canadian Palisades
– Skydeck on Hill Island – 400′ tall observation deck
– Whirlpool Channel
– Tom Thumb Island
– Million Dollar Canadian homes
– Eye of the needle
– Canadian Middle Channel
– Eel Bay
– and more!

Concessions – We do not have concessions on board our boat for this tour, however we do offer picnic lunches to carry on board with you.  Picnic Lunches should be pre-ordered online when purchasing tickets to guarantee selection or by calling us at least 1 hour prior to departure.   We also offer a made to order menu at our concession stand on shore.  Please arrive early for your tour to allow us time to prepare your food or stop by after your tour.  All items are available to go,  may be taken aboard our boats,  or enjoyed on shore.

Boldt Castle Admission  – Cost of boat ticket does not include admission into the castle – Boldt Castle Admission: Adults $9.50 / Children (5 to 12 years) $6.50 / Infants Free (4 years and younger)

No Pets are allowed on Heart Island or the Boldt Yacht House with the exception of registered service animals.***

NO PASSPORT REQUIRED

OUR BOATS ARE SMOKE FREE


Duration

3 hours and 45 minutes

This tour stops at Boldt Castle on Heart Island and passengers re-board the same boat with the same crew to continue the tour.


Meeting Location

  • Boarding takes place 15 minutes prior to departure.
  • Meeting Address: 39621 Chateau Lane, Clayton, NY 13624
  • FREE Parking, Buses and RV’s Welcome
Contact Info
(315) 686-4820

39621 Chateau Lane

Clayton, NY 13624