Aquastar Cruises

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Aquastar Cruises

560 Mart St.
Muskegon, MI 49440
Regions: Central
Phone: (231) 903-0669
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Formerly known as The Port City Princess, the Aquastar has a rich history in Muskegon of touring both Muskegon Lake and the Gold Coast of Lake Michigan.  Whether it's a sunset cruise or daytime excursion you will be sure to enjoy your time out on the water.  We can accommodate private parties or enjoy one of our public cruises and meet new friends out on the water.

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Sand Products Corporation recently purchased this historic cruise ship and is giving her a little face-lift. Inspired by the SS Aquarama,  the largest passenger ferry ever on the Great Lakes also owned by Sand Products, the Aquastar now stands out with a rich blue color.

More renovations are in the works, with the goal to pay homage to Muskegon’s rich maritime history dating back to the 1930s. Taking inspiration from the SS AQUARAMA, SS MILWAUKEE CLIPPER, SS ILLINOIS, SS VIRGINIA,
and SS MISSOURI, the ship will bring a sense of nostalgia and a historical intrigue.

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6 Fri

Parrot Heat Cruise featuring Two Dudes in Flip Flops

8:00 pm
It's a Parrot Head Cruise!!
21 Sat

Aquastar Luau Cruise

7:30 pm
Hear the sounds of the Hawaiian Islands and enjoy some time out on Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan on our Hawaiian Luau cruise!
22 Sun

Muskegon Channel Full Moon Cruises

8:30 pm
Sunset and Full Moon Cruise with the crew from Muskegon Channel
25 Wed

unWINEd Aboard the Aquastar

8:30 pm
Enjoy a Sunset Cruise while sipping your favorite wines!
2 Thu

Queens of the Aquastar - A Sunset benefit for Every Woman's Place

7:00 pm
The Queens are back aboard the Aquastar

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