Vendor Spotlight: Mariposa Cruises

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January 19  |  wttc vendor spotlight  |   Andrew Maxwell

Mariposa Cruises | Mariposa Belle

Now is the perfect time to start planning for your spring events. So why not consider a venue that floats above all others in terms of uniqueness, convenience and sheer fun?

WTTC Toronto has the ideal suggestion for you — a “meeting at sea” aboard one or more of the six unique ships that make-up the fleet at Mariposa Cruises, Toronto’s leading hospitality cruise line.

For the past three decades, Mariposa Cruises has been offering a range of tours around Toronto’s inner harbor and islands from its select fleet. Vessels range in size and style from large ships to compact yachts and include replica steamships and paddle boats.  All are versatile and flexible enough to suit any program — whether a mid-size corporate event, conference, product launch, sales meeting, seminar or workshop.

Mariposa Cruises | Oriole

All ships have fully licensed bars, chefs, wait staff, in-house catering, DJs and sound systems.  Entertainers, decorators, flower arrangers and other suppliers are available on an “on-call” basis. Vessels can be independently or collectively booked for larger meeting events and functions. And, all are conveniently moored on the harbourfront in the heart of downtown Toronto. Perfect for groups of 20 to 575 passengers.

As an added bonus, the Captain Matthew Flinders, Mariposa Cruises’ flagship, will be re-launching in spring 2011, after undergoing a quarter of a million dollar renovation. Among the many interior enhancements to the ship are a new state-of-the-art sound system.

To book your next event with Mariposa Cruises call 1-866-627-7672 or 416-203-0178 or e-mail reservations@mariposacruises.com.

Happy sailing!

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