Sail Away With Me on Mariposa Cruises

Mariposa Lounge. Toronto Boat Cruises. Mariposa CruisesMariposa Cruises has kicked off its 31st year with a fresh look and elevated cuisine.  The 140-foot Northern Spirit vessel has just had a $500k interior renovation.  They have also welcomed aboard a new executive chef, Andrew Capone who is bringing a fresh culinary experience to their guests.

The cruise line offers a variety of public and private cruises.  Public offerings include Toronto Toronto brunch and lunch cruises, cocktail cruises, dinner cruises and scenic harbour tours.  You can also book private events including weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, or birthday cruises.

The prices of the public cruises range from $24 for the Sip and Sail Cocktail Cruise to $85.95 for the Dinner Cruise.  Cruises are already underway and some of them will be running until late October.

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I will be checking out the Toronto Lunch Cruise where I will get to enjoy a relaxing afternoon cruising around Toronto’s harbour while soaking in amazing views and enjoying market-fresh buffet-style offerings for lunch. Follow along with me on IG!

For more information on Mariposa Cruises, check out their website at www.mariposacruises.com.

About The Author

Nicole Fairbairn

Nicole Fairbairn spent most of her adult life in Vancouver but decided to make Toronto her home four years ago and she’s loving every minute of it. She began writing for fun and it’s turned into a great passion. She’s an avid supporter of the arts and enjoys experiencing the many wonderful cultural events this city has to offer. When she’s not writing, Nicole enjoys reading, ice skating, salsa dancing, travelling and hanging out with her cat. Favourite Place in Toronto: Distillery District with its beautifully restored Victorian buildings, great cafes, stunning galleries, hip boutiques and vibrant theatre scene.

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