June 18 - September 5, 2021

Depart Frequency Type Cost Adult Cost Child (5-12)
10:00 am Daily Sightseeing / 3-hour $20 $10
1:30 pm Mon - Sat Sightseeing / 90-minute $18 $9
1:30 pm Sunday Family Music Cruise / 2.5 Hour $25 $10
3:30 pm Mon - Sat Sightseeing / 1-Hour Kids Ride Free $16 FREE
5:00 pm Daily Cocktail Cruise / 1.5 hour $18 $9
8:00 pm Fri & Sat Live Music Cruise / 2.5 hour $30

Click here for Music Cruise Band Schedule

Schedule and prices are subject to change.
Departs from the Onset Town Pier, 184 Onset Avenue, Onset, Cape Cod, MA

Ticket is refundable less a $3.00 fee (per) if cancelled by 5:00pm the day prior. CANCELLATIONS CAN ONLY BE MADE BY CALLING: (508) 295-3883

90-Minute Sightseeing Cruise
Cruises 1/2 of the distance of the Cape Cod Canal to the Herring Run and returns. Featuring live commentary about the fascinating history and points of interest.

Three Hour Sightseeing Cruise
Cruises all the way through the Cape Cod Canal, to the Sandwich Boat Basin and returns. Featuring live commentary about the fascinating history and points of interest.

1-Hour KIDS RIDE FREE– This is a special 1 hour sightseeing cruise because KIDS RIDE FREE! (Discount coupons not valid)

Cocktail Cruise
Enjoy a beautiful sunset and a cash bar. Available at 5:00 pm through September 5, during the summer schedule only.

Live Music Cruise
There’s nothing cooler than a great live band, watching the sun set, cruising the Canal. Available during the summer schedule only at 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday evenings. Check out the band schedule here.

Friends & Family Music Cruise
A fun time for everyone! Put a little swing in your step, or sit back and relax on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Available during the summer schedule only at 1:30 pm on Sundays.

Cape Cod Canal Sightseeing Cruise at 5:00pm
is SOLD OUT on the following dates:
July 18, August 1, August 15, August 31

The historic Cape Cod Canal’s only sightseeing cruise!  We sightseeing cruises featuring live narration about the fascinating history and points of interest along the Canal. Points of interest include Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Bourne Bridge, Vertical Lift Railroad Bridge, Gray Gables, and the Aptucxet Trading Post..

This man-made canal, a National Historic Civil Engineering landmark, is the widest sea level canal (without locks) in the world. It was built to create more efficient nautical trade routes, opening in July 1914. Passage through the Canal is safer than having to maneuver around the dangerous shoals and unpredictable currents surrounding the Outer Cape, and also saves ships more than 160 miles of travel, instead of having to navigate around the tip of Cape Cod.

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