Vancouver Christmas Carol Cruises and a Lighted Flotilla

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There’s a lot to do on land this holiday season but if you’re looking for something with a new perspective, check out these carol ship cruises and lighted boats in Vancouver. See the city from the sea at Christmastime and enjoy holiday dinners, carols, and more:

Vancouver Christmas Carol Cruises

Christmas Carol Cruises
When: Saturdays November 30, December 7, 14, 21, 2019
Where: Granville Island (1698 Duranleau St, Vancouver)
Details: Yoho Cruises will be serving up a traditional Christmas buffet dinner with turkey, ham and all the trimmings. Mike Sheeshka will be your musical host for the evening, performing his soft rock faves along with holiday Christmas classics. Join in the Carol sing-along or just sit back, relax and enjoy the Christmas Spirit.
Tickets: Available for booking online now for $89.95 plus fees/taxes. Tickets include a glass of mulled wine. Groups of 10 receive 10% off. 20% off for seniors and kids.

Christmas Carol Boat Cruise
When: Saturday, December 7, 2019
Where: Vancouver Cruises, Plaza of Nations
Details: Join a Christmas Carol Cruise aboard the luxurious Abitibi. Your ticket includes a traditional Christmas buffet, dessert buffet, music by DJ Rob Steel for dancing and more fun.
Tickets: Available for booking online now for $99 plus fees.

Carol Ship Dinner Cruise
When: December 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 & 23, 2019
Where: Coal Harbour (501 Denman St, Vancouver)
Details: A 2.5 hour cruise with traditional dual-entree holiday menu, featuring slow-roasted turkey and honey glazed ham, onboard carol singers, and more.
Tickets: Available for booking online now, $76.95 for adults plus fees/taxes

Lighted Flotilla

Burrard Yacht Club Festival of Lights
When: Saturday, November 30, 2019 sail past starting 6:00pm
Where: The Shipyards (125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver)
Details: A flotilla of brightly lit and decorated boats from the Burrard Yacht Club will sail past the Shipyards at the Lonsdale Quay to celebrate the start of the holiday season on the North Shore. Ship Captains look forward to this event and go all out to decorate their boats and spread good cheer and carols with families, friends, neighbours and visitors along the water front. Come down to the Shipyards on the evening of November 30th and watch the Festival of Lights.
Tickets: Free to watch from the Shipyards

Find these events and more in the November event list, the Free Holiday Event List for Metro Vancouver, and the upcoming December event list on Miss604.

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  1. Patricia OliverTuesday, November 19th, 2019 — 6:26am PST

    i have enjoyed numerous times on the water on the carol ships. Always a great evening!
    Whether you start from the False Creek area or Burrard Inlet. Good fun!

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