Sometimes it's easy to forget that Montreal is an Island. But take a quick trip down to the Old Port or the Lachine Canal and you will be quickly reminded that we are surrounded by water.\nALSO READ: This Tropical Montreal Cocktail Bar Serves Popsicles In Your Drink\nView this post on Instagram I get to learn to like goodbyes but this one is really hard... Thank you for an incredible summer!🙏@alisapysareva @michele_malone @antoinettedejong @willallenexplore @missmonicaw @andeeac @brakepcondie @muna.sag @alexandrabanica @goodcharlesedouardlife @canallounge 💖I will see you soon! 💖 A post shared by Natalia Neverova ♥️ (@in_natalialand) on Sep 14, 2017 at 6:31pm PDT\nThis is something that Montrealers should take advantage of. There are plenty of water sports and activities that can be done by the waterside all summer long. Nothing lifts the spirits quite like a day on the water.\nThat said, one Montreal business has successfully fused boating and happy hour by refurbishing a beautiful 42-year-old glass top boat and converting it to Montreal's only floating bar.\nView this post on Instagram Officially the best spot to chill, especially when the company is good @racheltadi @nikkiheyo. That little terrasse at the top is 👌👌👌 #canallounge A post shared by Tatev Yesayan (@tatsyestats) on Oct 8, 2017 at 8:41am PDT\nCanal lounge is located on the Lachine Canal and is open from Spring until Fall. It remains stationary on the docks located a few steps away from the Atwater Market.\nIts relaxed ambiance, stunning interior, and laid-back music are perfect for a 5 a 7 or a night out with friends. They officially open on May 27th!\n@steezsisterembedded via\nFor more information on Canal Lounge, click here.