Boat Tours in Picton, Prince Edward County
Don't Miss the Boat!Be at the dock, behind Picton Harbour Inn , 33 Bridge St. to purchase tickets 10 minutes prior to departure times. Parking available on Bridge and Mortimer Streets and behind the Inn.
90 minute tours leave from the dock behind The Picton Harbour Inn, 33 Bridge St. Come early and enjoy breakfast at the Lighthouse Cafe. Departures at 9:30 and 11:30 am & 1:30 and 3:30 pm., weather permitting.
Sunset tours depart approximately 1 hour prior to sunset.
Be at the dock to purchase a tickets 10 minutes prior to departure times.
Sunset tour dates and times will be announced one week in advance on this page and at the dock. The weather this summer can be unpredictable and forecasting good weather for sunset cruises a week in advance can be challenging. It is better to call or text the Captain to check on upcoming Sunset Tour dates and times.
Pontoon Tours are sometimes pre-booked and may not be available for the departure time you prefer. CALL or TXT Captain Mike@ 613-910-1408 or Captain Larry @ 613-920-8453 to check for availability. Walk on passengers are welcome. You can always see us at the dock for questions.
In May we operate from Wednesday through Sunday. If your travel dates conflict with that schedule, call or text 613-920-1408 or 8453 for a custom departure time. During busy weeks of June July and August we operate 7 days a week…see us at the dock, or call/text the Captain(s) for availability. Special arrangements may be made in advance for custom tours.
Our sign at the dock behind The Picton Harbour Inn , 33 Bridge St., always has the latest up to date information on the days schedule.
Public parking is available at the dock site. There are no toilet facilities on board.
“Mike Roy has sailed the waters around Picton for over forty years. He is an ex commodore of Prince Edward Yacht Club and, with his wife Sherry spent 6 years cruising on a 42 ft sailboat from Atlantic Canada to Central America (and back) Mike retired to the County in 2000 and in addition to being a Tour Boat Captain he also volunteers at the local radio station, hospital auxiliary and Yacht Club. When not out on the water Mike and his wife enjoy travelling in their RV.”