Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System  

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The U.S. Great Lakes Cruising Coalition (GLCC) promotes the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System as a destination for the cruise ship industry.  It's members consist of U.S. based ports, vessel agencies, tourism entities and U.S. and Canadian Seaway Authorities, who work seamlessly to encourage the growth of the domestic and international cruise industry.  Cruise lines that work with the U.S. GLCC are provided with a wealth of information from lock transit requirements, to itinerary planning, port operations, and facilitation support with federal and state agencies, such as Port Authorities, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.  


  • Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System
    North America's Great Lakes are a shared U.S.-Canadian waterway. The lakes, rivers and channels extend 3,700 kilometers inland from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Duluth, Minnesota and Thunder Bay on Lake Superior....

  • The freshwater ports of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River are ready to welcome cruise vessels and their passengers throughout the spring, summer and fall.  Luxury cruise itineraries include stops at unique North American ports, rich with history, art and culture and rugged natural beauty.  Passengers explore destinations with the nostalgic appeal of Mackinac Island and the urban energy of cities like Cleveland OH, Muskegon MI, Milwaukee and Green Bay WI, and Duluth, MN.     
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