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Toronto Mothers Day

In Toronto, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. Honour the special women in your life with the gift of time by chartering a private Toronto Mother’s Day cruise aboard the Stella Borealis Gather the family together aboard the Stella Borealis or share the expense with friends and host your Toronto Mother’s Day celebrations together. Cruising is surprising affordable and the Stella Borealis can accommodate up to 150 guests. If economy is a factor in your choice of venue, the Stella Borealis is the ideal vessel for you. She has the appearance and amenities of a beautiful private yacht, yet she is priced for the budget conscious client.

We offer you a choice of afternoon or evening Toronto Mother’s Day sailings. Our professional event planners can take care of every detail of your Toronto Mother’s Day cruise – an excellent variety of cuisine from casual barbeques to more elegant fare, a fully licensed bar, flowers, music and entertainment, rentals, transportation, and more – or we can provide assistance on an as needed basis. 

In Toronto, Mother’s Day was first officially celebrated in 1915, one year after U.S. President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation calling for the observance of Mother's Day in 1914. However Mother’s Day celebrations date back to ancient time. The ancient Egyptians held an annual festival to honor the goddess Isis, who was commonly regarded as the Mother of the pharaohs. The festival of Isis was also celebrated by the Romans, yet the Roman root of Mother’s Day is attributed to the celebration of the Phrygian goddess Cybele, or Magna Mater (Great Mother). In the 1600's a clerical decree in England established Mothering Day.

Celebrate in a thoroughly modern way on an idyllic Toronto Mother’s Day cruise aboard the Stella Borealis The women in your life will thank you for it.