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You love your dog, don’t you? And you love going on cruises in Chicago too, right?
Whether you’re coming to town for a day or have lived in Chicago your entire life, we’re extremely excited to welcome you back on board and looking forward to setting sail on daily adventures once again!
Keeling Carter loves mac n’ cheese, the John Hancock building and running with the bulls! This fearless comedian is a tour guide for Mercury Cruises and he's the center of this week's Feature Friday.
Chicago is the birth place of deep dish pizza. Whether you're a fan or curious to try for the first time, here are a few local spots to taste this "pie casserole" before or after your cruise.
No matter the time of year, Chicago always has something fun going on. And with so many indoor options to choose from, there's no need to let the cold put a damper on your family fun! Here are a few fun, indoor ideas that will keep the kids entertained as they anticipate the warmer months and cruising season!
When dreams of becoming a ninja turtle didn't translate to viable career path, Cameron took his passion for history and made the boat his stage, welcoming and entertaining guests from around the world. Something you might be surprised to know about him? For someone whose job it is to talk, when off the mic...he doesn't really talk much.
Is there anything cuter than dogs in costumes? Join us for two special Halloween Canine Cruises on October 6 and 7, 2018 at 10:15am. Bring your pup in costume (humans can dress up, too!) for a 90-minute River and Lake cruise. Prizes for best costumes!
If you’re a local to Chicago, by now you’re probably aware (and maybe proud) of how dog-friendly the city is. From many restaurants and shops welcoming in our beloved 4-legged companions to dozens of shelters and organizations focused on protecting them, Chicago is truly a dog's paradise.
If you’ve ever been on the Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise aboard Chicago’s First Lady Cruises, you’ve most likely learned about Chicago’s famous movable bridges. Within the city limits there are a total of 52 movable bridges with 43 of them still operable. However, if the cruise peaked your interest and you wanted to learn more about the famous bridges, then head down the riverwalk to the McCormick Bridgehouse Museum.
WGN-TV's Andrea Darlas joined several pups and their humans aboard Skyline Queen on Saturday, July 7 for an early morning feature on Mercury's Canine Cruise.
There’s nothing better than Chicago in the summertime, especially when you get to spend it with your special someone. Whether it’s taking a stroll along the lakefront or exploring a new neighborhood there is so much to do around the city. To help you plan your next perfect date night, we’ve created a list of some of the best places to bring your guy or gal. From fun and cozy dinner spots to a romantic cruise on the water, this list is sure to inspire your next date night.
Chicago is a city with so much to offer in terms of shopping and food. But if you’re wanting to explore more off the beaten path, Chicago’s city markets are a great option. But with so many markets to choose from we know it can be difficult to figure out where to go. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the 6 best markets to visit right after a cruise along with some of our favorite vendors.