4 Fancy Boats You Can Take Your Girlfriend To For Brunch In Montreal's Old Port

We all know that Montreal has great breakfast and brunch destinations. But when you are looking to impress your significant other, bring them to one of Montreal's famous boaty brunches!

Enjoy Montreal's great weather while having an amazing brunch on a beautiful boat! I guarantee that you won't regret it.

These Boats are located all over Montreal and attract people of all ages. It's a great place to bring your girlfriend for a more special date.

1. Croisières AML

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Jump on the AML Cavalier Maxim and enjoy a Sunday brunch! The AML Cavalier Maxim is a beautiful boat that host amazing brunches every Sunday from May 8th to October 9th. It's a fabulous event with gourmet brunches and breathtaking views of Montreal. It's a great way to relax while enjoying great food!

The tour begins at the Convoyeurs Pier in Old Montreal and then goes past the Olympic stadium. The tour lasts about an hour and a half but you are free to eat your breakfast for as long as you please. It's free for children under the age of 5 and it begins at 11 am. They have many stations with a great variety of food!


2. Le Bateau Mouche

If you want to surprise your girlfriend, check out Le Bateau Mouche! Le Bateau Mouche not only offers breakfast but also dinner. Built in 1992, le Bateau Mouche has been redesigned into a more formal and classy ship. Their food features Quebec's Nordic cuisine that is always fresh and fruity.

Also located in the Old Port, Le Bateau Mouche takes its customers out past the Olympic stadium and then towards the Victoria Bridge. So if you and your girlfriend are ready to enjoy a yummy sunrise brunch, check out Le Bateau Mouche!


3. Évasion Plus Cruises

Hit up the day cruises from Montreal to Quebec city during July and until September. The departures are at 7:30 am at 1800, Chemin des Iroquois Montréal, Lachine and the arrival in Quebec City is around 14:00 pm. So enjoy a great little day getaway with a delicious breakfast on the water.

Once arriving in Quebec city, you and your date are fairly close to The Museum of Civilisation, Petit Champlain, Place Royale, and the Chateau Frontenac. You may decide to find your own way home however, Évasion Plus Cruises offer a boat return the next day. You can expect to have a wonderful time where meals, guide services, and animation are included. So enjoy a great breakfast on the water of Montreal.


4. Croisières Absolu Cruises

Montrealers are always looking for someone to rent their boats out to. At Croisières Absolu Cruises the rates to rent a boat for a few hours varies but their yachts offer great brunches! You can rent it out and impress your girlfriend with a classy time as you are enjoying your gourmet brunch.

I can promise you that you won't be disappointed! Your girlfriend will be shocked and will love you 10 times more. For more information check out their website or visit them at C.P. 50536, Carrefour Pelletier Phone : 514.824.3199 Brossard.


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