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Lake Geneva Boat Tour Captain Celebrates 50 Years

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“If I was doing other tours, I wouldn’t have stayed here this long,” Capt. Neill Frame says of working on the U.S. Mailboat for the last 50 years. Fifty-seven years ago Frame started working for Lake Geneva Cruise Line giving speed boat rides. In 1965 he started driving the Lady of the Lake on the weekends,…

Family Friendly For Both Guests and Employees

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Our families keep coming back so your families can keep enjoying our lake cruises A family friendly summer means something different to everyone. To some people it means a family vacation, and to others it means a summer job. Here at Lake Geneva Cruise Line we have families who choose to work with us over…

Lake Life Begins with the First Boat Tours of 2019!

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Temperatures are consistently above freezing, all of the ice has melted, and there is once again open water on Lake Geneva! All of these signs point to one thing for anxious locals and visitors: summer lake life is coming soon. No one is more excited than our amazing staff at Lake Geneva Cruise Line as…

Geneva Brings Military History to Lake Cruises All Summer Long

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Geneva, a fifty-foot motor launch, was once a tender for the USS Saratoga. Commissioned in 1970 and decommissioned in 1994, Geneva has been completly restored to be used as a tour boat on Lake Geneva. While in service, the fifty-foot utility boat was known as a Liberty boat and was stored onboard, under the main…