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.\nREAD ALSO: Secret Lobster Shack In Montreal's Old Port Will Be Serving Up Fresh Street Food All Summer\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.\nGOOD NEWS: the Canal Lounge has officially opened!\nConsidering it's a beautiful day, why not head down to Canal Lachine for a little 5 a 7.\nHere is a little clip of the boat being transported to the water for its seasonal kick-off.\nView this post on Instagram Finalement de retour à l’eau...Nous ouvrons lundi le 21 mai à 15H00 Finally lifted back in the water.... we will open MONDAY 21st!!!! 15:00 A post shared by Canal Lounge (@canallounge) on May 19, 2018 at 9:37am PDT\nView this post on Instagram #canallounge #parccanada #stillfloating #cocktailsunset #mtlblog #atwatermarket #midsummermadness #montrealboat A post shared by Canal Lounge (@canallounge) on Aug 20, 2016 at 3:00pm PDT\n@canalloungeembedded via\nNot only can you sit inside this beautiful and majestic boat and enjoy a couple rounds of specialty cocktails, the boat also serves a menu of light meals. So you can even stay for "dinner".\nFor more information on Canal Lounge, check out their Facebook page HERE and Instagram HERE.