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Cruise Events

Sunday, May 14th Mother's Day Brunch Cruise 10:30

Friday, June 16th New Glarus Beer Tasting Cruise

Friday, July 7th Central Waters Beer Tasting Cruise

Friday, July 21st Blues Cruise with MoJo & Flipside

Friday, August 4th Pearl Street Brewery Beer Tasting Cruise

Friday, August 18th Oso Beer Tasting Cruise

Friday, August 25th Concert Cruise with Copper Box



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Reserve your place on a variety of public cruises with scheduled departures throughout the summer!
Take in the enchanting Chain O' Lakes from a viewpoint like no other aboard our authentic 60- foot paddlewheeler The Chief Waupaca or our companion 54-foot motor yacht The Lady of The Lakes.

Join us for a narrated tour cruise and learn some history of the lakes. Dine in the midst of nature on one of our Sunday Brunch cruises or find a divine mix of God and Mother Nature on our Chapel of the Lakes Wednesday night cruises.

If your tastes run more toward live entertainment join us for one of our special events cruises such as the Blues Cruise with Otis & The Alligators or the Case & Davidson Cruise.

No matter which you choose - you'll find yourself surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Chain O' Lakes a guaranteed perfect starting place to set sail on a wonderful experience.


Pontoon Rental & Paddle Sports


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The Chief Waupaca


The Chief Waupaca is a 60-foot authentic Sternwheeler complete with an enclosed carpeted cabin, an open upper sundeck and bathrooms. Sit back and relax as we guide you on a leisurely paddle-wheel cruise through 8 of the 22 spring-fed lakes that form the beautiful Chain O'Lakes in Waupaca, WI.

The Lady of the Lakes


The Lady of the Lakes is a custom -built 54-foot motor yacht complete with enclosed carpeted cabin, an open rear patio deck, bow deck and bathrooms. On this 11-lake tour enjoy seeing the Captain maneuver under the famous Indian Crossing Bridge, beautiful Long Lake and to the mouth of the Crystal River.