The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), with the goal of inspiring world travelers to explore Canada, have recently dubbed the Muskoka Steamships and the cruises they provide as a unique Canadian experience.
Cruising aboard the RMS Segwun or Wenonah II has been added to the CTC’s “Signature Collection” of high quality tourism experiences, bringing the current total of benchmark attractions across Canada to 115. Within Ontario 16 have been selected including the likes of the CN Tower, Maid of the Mist in Niagara Falls, Stratford Festival, Helicopter Tours in Niagara’s Wine Region. The Steamship Cruises are the only Muskoka attraction to be named to the Signature Collection. The next closest one geographically is the Voyageur Quest Algonquin Log Cabin and Canoe experience.
The Commission will be sending out promotional marketing material on these attractions to 11 countries including Europe, China, Japan, Australia and England.
Robbins’ Tuktawayin B&B has the good fortune to be in Gravenhurst, Muskoka, home port of the Muskoka steamship fleet.
So if you want to start your day on the water (we are a waterfront bed and breakfast), spend your day cruising the big lake (that’s Muskoka) and end your day on the dock at Tuktawayin before heading out for a wonderful dinner, plan on making us your summer home away from home for your next Muskoka vacation.