Sunset Cruises


Muskoka provides an abundance of stunning natural beauty, with its shimmering blue waters, its majestic green pines, its spectacular scenery. Come to Muskoka where memories are made and last a lifetime, the perfect destination for your whole family. Muskoka awaits your discovery aboard “Sunset Cruises – Peerless II”

Peerless II Public Cruises

Take a cruise aboard Peerless II and see what Muskoka is all about. A unique part of the”Muskoka Experience” must include a cruise on one or more of the three big Muskoka Lakes. Take in the sights of the stunningly rugged and beautiful Canadian Shield on lakes Rosseau, Joseph or the biggest lake, Muskoka. We offer high quality cruises which allow you to sit back, relax and enjoy your view of the magnificent summer homes that Muskoka has become famous for. History and local lore is a key part of our live commentary and it will not disappoint you. Just a few hours north of Toronto, our pristine lakes will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Muskoka Lakes Museum is located Port Carling, and it is a very impressive tribute to early residents and vacationers alike.


Travelers’ Choice Award

Peerless II History

Peerless II was built in Bronte Ontario in 1946 at the Northern Shipbuilding yard. It was built to enlarge the marine delivery fleet of the British American oil company. In the early 1900’s Imperial Oil Co. operated a small gasoline tanker on the Muskoka lakes. The B/A Oil Company, looking to get a foothold on the Muskoka lakes gasoline business, engaged a local businessman Mr. Bert Brown to operate the first Peerless, the former wooden private yacht known as the Ina. Gasoline was sold from 45 gallon drums manually pumped to the customer’s facilities.Business had increased so much that in 1945 the order was placed with Northern Shipbuilding for the Peerless II.