Montreal Dinner Cruise

Enjoy a luxurious Montreal dinner cruise complete with entertainment

Montreal Dinner Cruise aboard the Cavalier Maxim
Montreal Dinner Cruise aboard the Cavalier Maxim

Being located on an island makes Montreal an ideal city explore from the water. A romantic dinner cruise on the Cavalier Maxim is sure to be a major highlight of your vacation in Montreal.

What better way to get an overview of the city than enjoying a relaxing meal along with spectacular views and music aboard a floating restaurant? While taking in the sunset you will will enjoy watching the city from the unique perspective of the Saint Lawrence River during your 4 hour cruise. Along with the views you will enjoy a tasteful gourmet meal served with elegance.

After you meal enjoy dancing under the stars with the Montreal Skyline as your backdrop or just relax and enjoy the music as the landscape passes by. On Sundays during July and August you'll be enterained with live music during your cruise.

The dinner cruise on the Cavalier Maxim is available from June through September. You board the cruise at King Edward Pier which is just a few minutes walk through an interesting portion of Old Montreal from Station Place-d'Armes on the Metro.

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: Yes - See the special offer on our Viator Partner Site below which includes all taxes.

Hours: Dinner Cruises are available from June through September. They are 4 hours long and depart at 7pm. Boarding begins at 6pm. It is recommended to reserve ahead — Montreal Dinner Cruise

Address: King Edward Pier, Montreal, QC

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Metro Line Nearest Station Walking Time
Line 2 - OrangeStation Place-d'Armes12 Minutes

How to get to Montreal Dinner Cruise by Metro

By Metro: Take Metro Line 2 to Station Place-d'Armes and take the Saint Urbain exit; go to your right and walk southeast along Saint Urbain; continue straight ahead as it becomes Place D'Armes and then Rue Saint Sulpice. This is a pleasant 12 minute walk that passes right by the Notre Dame Cathedral and through some of Old Montreal. When you get to Rue de la Commune go to your left and then go right onto King Edward Pier that extends beyond the Montreal Science Centre. The AMT boat terminal is part way up the pier on the left side.

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