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We are two 70s couples who started out in a long line of cars in gridlock. I got out to see what the problem was, but no one knew. Others had gotten out but were all first time visitors. We turned away and left and...More
The boat ride and the tour were absolutely awesome. This is a family business and it is run very well. I had to search to find this company. It should be listed under Washington Island. We only came upon this cruise by chance as we...More
Great tour for kids as they both seemed to like the sites, and there were enough stop for kiddo potty breaks. Best thing was it was incredibly easy to budget time-wise for the combined boat & island tour, as pretty much exact times are given...More
It was a nice idea to take a tour and not have to worry about navigating to all the stops on your own, but it turned out to be a bad idea. We were told we would see four attractions on the island. We only...More
Was very reasonable $$ wise. $25 for the ride over (about 30 minutes includes information about the area from the captain) and also included a tram ride all around the island with stops along the way. The lavendar field was gorgeous!
The Washington Island Ferry Line is an efficient and friendly operation but . . . we were very disappointed in the island tour. The Viking Train might be perfect for toddlers, but the tour itself is sorely lacking - especially when it comes to promoting...More
The ride to Washington Island is a worthwhile experience giving a flavor of early settlements and dangers! The associated train ride however is basically a snooze: drive by the local ATM; drive by the local lumber yard; drive but the local cement mixer; drive by...More