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Four of us took the Edelweiss cruise. The boat was crowded, we got there early and waited in line for 30 minuets. The Captain opened the gate and stated those who need assistance can board first. Several people and their families boarded first. When we...More
Our boss took about 15 of us out for 2 hours. Very nice time. Even with some intermittent rain and wind, they had nice plastic covers that came down and didn't block the view.
They were very willing to take us up the river or...More
Where to begin. Only leaves certain times of day. When purchasing tickets, asked if have a bathroom. Sends me to to cheese store around the corner. Of course, get to cheese store, what do you know, sign saying bathroom for paying customers only. Get in...More
This one and one half cruise is a delight and definitely gives you a whole different view of the area. The ship was very nice and had food and beverage to purchase as well as enclosed and open view points.
The river tour is well organised. The boat is large and spacious. It has a bar and an enclosed area
The tour guide covers all the major spots and has back stories and personal experiences with many of the places. This makes the commentary more...More
We had company come in from out of town and wanted to show them the Milwaukee river and harbor area. It was a very hot and humid day, but we were on an air conditioned boat, so we were fine. The boat is very nice...More
Recently took a mid-day history cruise on the Edielweiss II, european style, one-level cruise boat. Tickets very reasonable at $18 per adult (compared to $36-$50 in Chicago). The tour guide, young college student, was very good and very friendly. On boat bar service was very...More
We took the sunset cruise which lasts 90 minutes. The boat offers a full bar if you are thirsty. Slowly you cruise the Milwaukee river and enter Lake Michigan (on the calm side of the breakwater). Outside seating is very limited but most people stand...More
Get on and stake out your spot outside, as the boats have a lot of indoor space for the evening cruise of the harbor and lake. But the views of the city from the river are quite wonderful. On a nice night, it's well worth...More
Nice river tour and lake front cruise. Be prepared to see the industrial areas along the river, not very scenic but interesting. The boat is enclosed with no air conditioning so it was very warm inside and not a lot of outside seating. Windows do...More