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Erie Canal Cruises Inc.

Step aboard Erie Canal Cruise's Lil' Diamond II and discover the Historic Erie Canal, rich in heritage, history and natural beauty

1-315-717-0350
800 Mohawk St.
Herkimer, NY 13350
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Erie Canal Cruises invites to enjoy the beautiful Mohawk Valley aboard their tour boat Lil’ Diamond II, which is docked at Gems Along the Mohawk, the Official Mohawk Valley Visitor Center.
 

Traveling through an historic hundred-year-old lock, the USGC Certified vessel offers a fun and historically fascinating 1.5 hour cruise, taking you back to a time when the canal was just a vision and the barges were pulled by mules and horses.

 
 
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Herkimer, NY

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