What To Bring


Lake Michigan weather changes constantly and I would  suggest dressing in layers that you can peel off as the day warms. Even if it is warm in the city the lake could be 5 to 10 degrees cooler. Must bring items include: Light jackets or hoodies, sunglasses with a lanyard, suntan lotion, swim suit, towel and camera. As for shoes, deck shoes or sneakers only please. No black sole shoes Any guests arriving with high heels or black soled shoes will be asked to remove them. We also highly suggest buying motion sickness medicine for anyone who has not experienced being on a boat for long periods of time. One important note: Motion sickness medication works best when taken before leaving the dock. 



-BYO food and beverages are allowed however, all food and beverages must be ready to eat, there is no food or drink preparation allowed on board.

-For your safety we limit the amount of glass on board  Please utilize cans or plastic cups. 

-No individual glass beverage bottles. (White wine/champagne bottles are allowed.  NO RED WINE OR JUICE

-No Hard Liquor on board. ( Vodka, Tequila, Whiskey etc. ) Please drink responsibly.


We are located at the new 31st Street Harbor, 31st Street and Lake Shore Drive. From the North: Take I-94 south to I-55 north Lake shore Drive. Exit Lake shore drive south to the 31st street exit. Turn left at the light and proceed to the entrance. From the south Take I-94 north to I-55 north Lake shore Drive. Exit Lake Shore Drive South then exit 31st Street. Turn Left and continue straight into the harbor. From the west take I-55 north to Chicago and exit Lake Shore Drive South then exit 31st Street. Turn Left and continue straight into the harbor.  


Continue into the pay parking garage. If the garage is full there is another pay lot across Lake Shore Drive. If arriving by cab/Uber give them the name of the harbor NOT THE ADDRESS or they will be lost. Drop off is at the traffic circle in the harbor.


Call when you arrive for Dock information. Please Follow all Covid guidelines while in the harbor