I've been on both the sightseeing and happy hour cruises on the Iroquois and had a wonderful time. The other posts are from like 3-5 years ago-so a lot must have changed since then. I would recommend these cruises to anyone who is looking for a fun and new experience in Milwaukee. The boat staff was friendly and very helpful answering my questions. Drinks prices were very reasonable, especially on the happy hour (only $2 for a beer or well cocktail!). I looked a lot at the other boat companies before choosing Milwaukee Boat Line, but they are the only boats that actually take you out on to Lake Michigan, which is really cool!! The narration on the sightseeing cruise was informative and interesting.
I'm not sure what else to say, but I will be going back and bringing my friends! You should too!
I am not happy with this tour boat. I have a friend that worked there-she said they use dirty dishes on their food table and their free margaritas they offer are syrup on the rocks so you can only handle one....if that. Do the mondo brothers, you wont get sick.
Milwaukee Boat Line
231 E Buffalo St, Suite 306
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Milwaukee's favorite tour boat for over forty years. Sightseeing tours depart everyday at 1 & 3. Private charters are available. Discounts are offered for groups & schools.
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