Croisières AML is a family owned enterprise established in the province of Quebec since 1972. It is the most important cruise/excursion company in Canada with 24 boats operating in 10 ports in the province of Quebec. The staff of 650 employees offers an impeccable service to over 500,000 passengers annually.
Croisières AML offers historic guided cruises, brunch, lunch and dinner cruises, special events as well as made to measure packages.
Whale watching cruises, aboard large boats or a zodiac, are available in Baie-Ste-Catherine, Tadoussac and Rivière-du-Loup.
Croisières AML, with its subsidiary company, Navettes Maritimes du Saint-Laurent, offers a shuttle service for bikers and pedestrians from the Old Port of Montreal, the Jean-Drapeau Park, and the City of Longueuil.
Subsidiary of AML, the travel agency Voyages AML, specializes in maritime travel and offers a complete range of holiday packages in the Province of Quebec as well as abroad. Privileged partner of Croisières AML, Voyages AML combines a cruise on the St. Lawrence River with stopovers in the most prestigious hotels in the Province of Quebec.
Transmit our passion of water and ensure the satisfaction of all our passengers by offering a high quality customer experience and the opportunity to discover the St. Lawrence River in total security.
To remain the leader in the cruise/excursion industry in Canada, we must constantly improve, innovate and develop our products and services with a concern for sustainable development.
Constantly developing in order to remain competitive and attractive in the every-changing tourism industry.
Promote employee involvement to achieve company goals.
Remain on the outlook for new products and opportunities to propel the company toward a successful future.
Provide amazement and a change of scene to all passengers, ensuring a fascinating and memorable experience.
Take pleasure in what we do and deploy our talents for the benefit of the company.
Succes is synonymous with rigor, courage and tenacity.
Respectful interpersonal relationships.
Fairness in the management of human resources.
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