Diamond Jack’s River Tours Welcomes New Season - Diamond Jack River Tours

Diamond Jack’s River Tours Welcomes New Season

06
Mar
2015

For those looking for a unique and entertaining way to spend a sun-kissed summer afternoon in the Motor City, why not slice your way down the Detroit River on a Diamond Jack’s River Tour? It’s anchors aweigh in Detroit as preparations are made for a brand new season of sailing in 2015, and with special group rates, private charters and more, seeing the iconic landmarks of the city that put the world on wheels has never been easier. Pre-season tickets for the upcoming season are now available at DiamondJack.com, with cruises beginning June 4 and running through September 5.

Set sail with Diamond Jack’s in 2015

In Diamond Jack’s 25th season, loyal passengers will see that a nautical excursion with Diamond Jack’s is the best way to see the beautiful views of Detroit and Windsor that can only be unveiled from aboard one of our three vessels. Passengers boarding from Bishop Park in Wyandotte and the Detroit dock at Rivard Plaza will feast their eyes on such landmarks as the storied Manoogian Mansion, Belle Isle and its aquarium, Downtown Windsor and they will even sail under the Ambassador Bridge. Accompanying all tours are Diamond Jack’s knowledgeable docents, who will provide spot-on narration and anecdotes while passengers see why Detroit city is the place to be for summer 2015.

Diamond Jack’s is also a proud participant in the 2015 River Days festival, which celebrates the Detroit riverfront from June 19-June 21 (there will be no sailing on Thursday June 18) with live music, delicious food, jet ski tours, and special 1-hour $10 tours from Diamond Jack’s. Our 1-hour tours from Rivard Plaza will run from 1-7 p.m. Regular 2-hour tours will sail as usual from our Wyandotte dock, except for Sunday, June 21. No Groupons and no Reservations as its Father’s Day.

A Detroit tradition for 25 years

When Captain Bill Hoey launched Diamond Jack’s River Tours in 1991, few put their trust behind the idea of touring the Detroit River. But Mr. Hoey was determined to share his adoration for the Great Lakes by offering a family-oriented and affordable way to enjoy the River during the summer. Sadly, Mr. Hoey passed away in December of 2013, but his spirit is still very much present as Diamond Jack’s begins its tours once again, running Thursdays-Sundays. In this, the legacy of Captain Bill Hoey continues with each trip on the Detroit River.

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