What Cruise Ships Go to the Great Lakes?


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The Saint Laurent, the Pearl Mist, the Grande Caribe and the Grande Mariner are cruise ships that travel to the Great Lakes. All four ships are operated by the Great Lake Cruise Company, the leading company in the revitalization of Great Lakes cruise voyages since 1999.

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The Saint Laurent features welcome and farewell receptions, 24-hour room service and themed dinners. The Pearl Mist offers accommodations in 100 staterooms featuring private balconies. The Grande Caribe and the Grande Mariner each have 44 passenger rooms and an 88-passenger capacity. These smaller ships feature a casual atmosphere where passengers are encouraged to "bring your own bottle."

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