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Since it’s founding in 1826, Lake Champlain Transportation Company ferries have been navigating the waters of Lake Champlain. At the end of the 19th Century the ferries provided important commercial transportation for goods and lumber. At that time Burlington was the country’s third largest lumber port. The ferries also offered a luxurious form of leisure travel. Through the years, with the advent of railroads and then the automobile, the steam powered ferries nearly disappeared. Today modern ferries are an integral part of the lake and they are a welcome sight for both commuters and visitors.
Boyfriend and I took the lunch cruise in early October. The views were pretty fantastic, and it was great to hear more about the history of the area My only complaint about the history narration... Read more
It is just ok, parts are interesting but lots of it was a little dull. Sort of pricey when I could have had as good as ( if not better) view by just taking the fairy back and forth and saved a... Read more
Really nice cruise on the lake, well worth the time to get a bit of background about Burlington & Lake Champlain and see some very pretty views. The ship is very clean and beautifully maintained.... Read more
Lake Champlain Cruises
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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