ST IGNACE DOCK, 587 N. State St St. Ignace, MI 49781
MACKINAW CITY DOCK, 801 S. Huron St Mackinaw City, MI 49701

Where Your Island Adventure Begins

Sunset & Custom Cruises for Mackinac Island

Star Line Mackinac Island Ferry offers a unique opportunity to experience the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Island with our Sunset Cruise and Fireworks Cruises.  


Fireworks Cruise

NEW!  Enjoy our Fireworks Cruise out of St Ignace Main Dock every Saturday night July 8th – September 2nd departing at 9:30 pm in July and 9:00 pm in August and September.  You are welcome to bring your own beverages.

Departing at 9:30 pm in July and 9:00 pm in August and September from Star Line St. Ignace Dock #3 (Main Dock) – Click here to Purchase tickets

Adults               $28.00 / pp
Children (5-12)  $ 12.00 / pp 
Children Under 5 Cruise for Free!


Sunset Cruise

Take a one and a half hour Star Line Mackinac Island Ferry Sunset Cruise on Monday evenings from our St Ignace Main Dock and Thursday evenings from our Mackinaw City Dock.

The Sunset Cruise navigates through the Straits of Mackinac and includes a narrated tour near Round Island Lighthouse, Mackinac Island, Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse and Colonial Michilimackinac along the shore of Mackinaw City and a view of a spectacular Lake Michigan sunset under the Mackinac Bridge. Refreshments will be available to purchase before the cruise.

Adults               $28.00 / pp
Children (5-12)  $12.00 / pp
Children Under 5 Cruise for Free!

Cruises will depart as indicated unless prohibited due to weather.

Monday Evenings departing from our St. Ignace Dock #3 – Click here to Purchase Tickets
Star Line’s Main Dock located at 587 N State St., St. Ignace

Thursday Evenings departing from our Mackinaw City Dock #1 – Click here to Purchase Tickets
Star Line’s Mackinaw City dock located at 801 S Huron St., Mackinaw City

Purchase online or call for reservations 1-800-638-9892

Learn about Lighthouses, the Coast Guard Cutter and more!

The Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinac Bridge connects Michigan’s Lower Peninsula with Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

You may have driven across this magnificent structure, but have you ever traveled under the bridge on the water? The views from the bridge while crossing are truly wonderful, but the view from below is where one realizes the magnificent size and height of the structure and its unique architectural design.