Frequently Asked Questions About Our Detroit River Boat Tours
We are following safe practices put in place by the Governor and CDC. Social distancing will be followed and masks are required.


What is a Sightseeing Tour?
Our tours are one-hour narrated Detroit River cruises open to the public.

How much is the tour?
Adult tickets: $15
Seniors 55+ and Children 4 to 10: $10
Children 3 and under: Free

How long is the tour?
1 hour

When does boarding begin?
Boarding is on a first come first served basis and begins approx 15 minutes prior to departure. We suggest arriving at least 30 minutes prior to departure time to take a place in line.

What is your schedule?
June 3rd – September 27th, 2020
Saturday – Sunday
Departures at 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4pm and 5:30pm

There will be no tours from Wyandotte in 2020

DayFirst TourSecond TourThird TourFourth Tour
Saturday1:00pm – 2:00pm2:30pm – 3:30pm4:00pm – 5:00pm5:30pm – 6:30pm
Sunday1:00pm – 2:00pm2:30pm – 3:30pm4:00pm – 5:00pm5:30pm – 6:30pm

Does the schedule ever change?
There are no schedule changes anticipated for 2020.

Where do I catch the boat?

Detroit at Rivard Plaza – 1340 East Atwater St, Detroit, MI 48207
Two blocks east of the General Motors Renaissance Center, corner of Rivard St & Atwater St

Wyandotte – Not operating in 2020

Wyandotte at Bishop Park – Closest address is 2686 Van Alstyne, Wyandotte, MI 48192
Two blocks south of Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, corner of Superior Blvd & Van Alstyne.

Where do I park?
Detroit – Public lot at Rivard and Atwater. Also parking structures near the Renaissance Center.
Wyandotte – Street parking along Van Alstyne St and also in a surface lot at Van Alstyne and Oak St.

How do I buy a ticket? Can I make a reservation?
Tickets may be purchased at the docks. Please keep in mind that with these purchases, we board on a first come first served basis and suggest arriving at least 30 minutes early.

Is there WiFi on board?
Yes, all boats are equipped with hi-speed WiFi for your use at no charge.

What if I have a group?
Please call the Diamond Jack office for information. Group tours and private charter options are available for larger groups.

Do you take credit cards?
We have credit card machines, but sometimes it is hard to receive a signal at our docking areas. When this happens it is not possible to use the machines. We suggest payment with cash.

Are children allowed?
Yes. Children of all ages are welcomed on the boat when accompanied by an adult. We ask that children are supervised at all times. There is no running or climbing while on board.

Can I bring a stroller on board?

Are dogs or other pets allowed?
Service dogs are allowed on board.

Do you sell food?
We have a cash snack bar with chips, candy, cookies, beer, wine and soft drinks.

Can I bring food with me?
We do not allow passengers to bring food, picnic baskets, cake, etc. on public sightseeing tours. However, an extensive catering menu is available for all private charters.