Enjoy Lakes Region Cruises or Boat Tours
Take Lakes Region Cruises or Boat Tours on Your NH Vacation
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the area from the deck of one of our Lakes Region Cruises or Boat Tours. From a short trip around the lake to a longer and more casual dinner cruise, you’ll find opportunities everywhere in the Lakes Region. Take in the beautiful scenery of the many quaint New England towns right along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee like Meredith, Weirs Beach or Wolfeboro.
Cruises & Boat Tours
EKAL Activities Center at Mill Falls - Meredith
Located next to Church Landing at Mill Falls at the Lake. Rentals: Stand up Paddle Boards, Aqua Cycle, Kayaks, Canoes & Bicycles. Daily Boat Rides & Private Charters on our 26-foot Pontoon Boat & 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit.
Lake Sunapee Cruises - Sunapee
Tour beautiful Lake Sunapee aboard the MV Mt. Sunapee II and MV Kearsarge restaurant ship. Enjoy the pristine scenery as you settle into your deck chair while the Captain narrates the history, lore and points of interest of this beautiful mountain lake. Daily dinner cruises & private charters available.
Lake Winnipesaukee Boat Tours -
Would you like to experience Lake Winnipesaukee but do not have access to a boat or a NH Boaters License? Captain Bill, a US Navy Veteran and retired fire fighter with 25 years experience, can take you anywhere you want to go on the lake. Enjoy a tour with a little history of Lake Winnipesaukee as you cruise by the many islands and take in the breathtaking views or choose your own tour to any ports of call. Tubing is also available. Bring your own food and beverage items. Great for bachelor and bachelorette parties and corporate events also. Pick up and drop off at your choice of location. Up to 14 people. Commercially licensed and insured. May 15-Oct 15 9am-4pm 7 days/week.
M/S Mount Washington Cruises - Weirs Beach
Cruise Beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington. No visit to New Hampshire is complete without a cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington. This beautiful crystal clear lake offer some of the most spectacular scenery in all of New England. It is surrounded by mountain ranges and contains more than 300 islands. Located in NH’s Lakes Region it covers 72 square miles and is the largest lake in New Hampshire. The M/S Mount Washington is a 230 foot excursion cruise ship which has been a Lake Winnipesaukee tradition for more than 140 years. It offers scenic daytime and evening sunset dinner & dance cruises on this beautiful lake from May through October. From Weirs Beach daily. Also serving Wolfeboro, Alton Bay, Meredith and Center Harbor.
NH Boat Museum & Vintage Boat Rides on Millie B - Wolfeboro
NH Boat Museum exhibits feature the boating history and heritage of NH’s lakes and rivers. Events, Programs & Hands-on Activities. Museum Store. Also vintage Boat Rides on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the Millie B. Free museum pass with every boat ride or discount coupon to ride the Millie B with museum admission. Open Memorial Day Weekend-Columbus Day, Mon.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. 12noon-4pm.
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center - Holderness
Nearer to Nature! Live native animals in trailside enclosures, hands-on interactive exhibits, children’s activity center and playscape, guided pontoon cruises on pristine Squam Lake. Howling Coyote Gift Shop features nature-related items. Trails are open daily May 1- Nov 1, 9:30 am to 5 pm (last trail admission at 3:30 pm). Cruises offered daily May-Oct.
Winnipesaukee Belle - Wolfeboro
Cruise around Wolfeboro Bay and the surrounding islands aboard the Wolfeboro Inn’s 65-foot replica, turn-of-the-century paddle boat. The Winnipesaukee Belle departs from the Wolfeboro Town Docks for daily scenic cruises, and evening Local Brews and Thirsty Thursday cruises. She can also be privately chartered for weddings and events, and can accommodate up to 100 guests. With two-levels, a stocked bar, restrooms, and indoor and outdoor seating, the Belle is the perfect way to enjoy Lake Winnipesaukee. Please call for more information.