Category: Cruising Lake George

Mohican – A Centennial Observance

By Matthew Dow & Edited by Luke Dow Lake George Steamboat Co. In 2008, the one-time steamer Mohican celebrated her 100th birthday, now she is entering her 109th year of continuous service. While this makes her the 4th or 5th oldest passenger vessel in North America (3rd or 4th in America, and the oldest in … Read More


The Sternwheel Steamboat Minne-Ha-Ha, for over 40 years the most popular shoreline excursion vessel sailing on Lake George, has been lengthened (by 34 feet) and completely renovated. The “New” Minne went into service on May 29th, 1999, redesigned in several areas, always with her passengers’ comfort, interest and safety in mind. Her gangway (landing “stage” … Read More

Lac du Saint Sacrement

The newest addition to the Lake George Steamboat Company’s fleet of excursion vessels is a modern dinner-dance showboat with the character and grace of 19th Century steamers. Designed as a 3/4 scale replica of the 2800 passenger steamer S.S. Peter Stuyvesant, Lake George Steamboat Company’s Lac du Saint Sacrement is 190’ in length with a … Read More

The Adirondac

Just launched in 2004, the “Adirondac” is the newest cruise ship on Lake George, though her elegance and style are derived from ships of years past. Her 19th Century style is accentuated by the beautiful mahogany and cedar trim that surrounds the aluminum hull of the 115’ boat. This three-decked ship is perfect for weddings, … Read More