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Spirit of Ethan Allen Dinner Cruise

As the largest cruise ship on Lake Champlain, the Spirit of Ethan Allen III offers an unparalleled cruising experience. Based in Burlington, the first cruise ship to hit the water was the Spirit of Ethan Allen I, a 149 passenger paddle wheeler. In 2002, the Spirit of Ethan Allen III was introduced, a magnificent ship that is 140 feet long and can host up to 363 passengers at a time.

It is the only floating restaurant and cruise ship on Lake Champlain, which provides a unique experience for visitors, and it is one of the largest banquet facilities in all of Vermont.

What to Expect on the Cruise

Lake Champlain in Northern Vermont is situated between Vermont’s Green Mountains and New York’s Adirondack mountains, providing a spectacular site for cruising. On your cruise you will enjoy stunning panoramic views while exploring the triple deck luxury cruise ship. The dining decks are enclosed, air conditioned, and heated. You’ll eat a carefully prepared and delicious dinner as you sail past gorgeous scenery.

On your dinner cruise your captain will use his cruising experience to take you to the most impressive places around the lake to view the sunset. This one of a kind experience will be a night you won’t soon forget. 

Travel Tips

The cruise ship is ADA compliant.