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Join us for our annual Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise which includes a 2 and a half hour cruise, and a delicious brunch that includes all the classics. Nothing says “I love you, mom!” like a brunch AND a cruise.
A display of Scones, Rolls and Breads with Butter & Preserves, Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Italian Garlic Sausage, Breakfast Sausage & Ham, Hash Browns, Display of Fresh Fruit & Cheeses, Pastries, Coffee or Tea. Included in the Cruise
2.5-hour cruise on the Fraser River along the waterfront of New Westminster Freshly prepared Brunch Refreshments available for purchase from our Galley Bar. M.V Native
Our 100-passenger Paddlewheeler is an authentic replica of the paddlewheelers, or sternwheelers that plied the Fraser River in British Columbia from the late 1850s until the 1920s. Carrying everyone from pioneers, fur traders, gold rush miners, freight and livestock as well as family passengers from the communities along the Fraser River, these working boats were vital connections between B.C. communities in the early days of this province. The M.V. Native is very safe boat, fully certified by Transport Canada.
River cruise schedules are published in advance. However, changes and substitutions may occur at the discretion of management if unfavorable conditions persist, including wind & weather, or any other reasons. Reservations are required at least 24-hours in advance. Full payment is required in advance. Please arrive for boarding at least 15 minutes before departure. All sales are final, and vouchers
We are a family-owned company operating our flagship paddlewheeler, the 100-passenger M.V. Native. We feature cruises on the Fraser River, up river to Fort Langley or down to the historic fishing village of Steveston.
We also can take you out into the breathtaking back-country wilderness of Pitt Lake, or out for a narrated lunch cruise, Sunset Dinner cruises or fun Friday-night "pub" dance parties on the Fraser River.