"The Kawartha Voyageur is more than just a ship, it's a floating country inn." - Captain Marc
The ship is constructed of steel with an overall length of 120 feet. It conforms to Canadian Coast Guard safety regulations, and is licensed by the Federal Department of Transport for passenger service. Diesel generators provide electricity for heating, central air conditioning and lighting with AC 110 volt outlets.
An elevator between the cabin deck and the dining room provides all passengers an opportunity to avoid the stairs between these two levels if so desired. The dining room seats all passengers at one sitting.
The lounge offers comfortable armchairs and large windows. The popular sun deck (with shaded area) provides spectacular viewing and spaciousness to sit back and repose. The foredeck area provides a proximity to the water that many enjoy.
Sleeping cabins are compact, but comfortable, with toilet, sink, twin lower berths and a screened window. The ship is equipped with one cabin to accommodate a person with a walker. The ship is not wheelchair accessible.
Cabin #7 has a lower berth. The single supplement of 75% does not apply to this cabin.