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Spirit Of Ethan Allen III



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Indulge in Vermont dining at its best onboard the Spirit Of Ethan Allen III. Enjoy the scenic beauty of Lake Champlain while Chef Rob�rt and his crew prepare and serve culinary delights from the onboard galley. Evening cruises offer 7 different themes, live entertainment and spectacular sunsets. Lunch and brunch cruises feature bountiful buffets.

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1.0 stars - Based on 1 review

review_stars08/16/2009 - yetch
buffet for July 4 fireworks.... by the time we got to the table all that was left was tortilla chips!! $35?
and we were so far from fireworks.....hardly saw them..... major RIP OFF!
skip it...............

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Spirit of Ethan Allen III Employee Reviews

It's a very good job if you are a sociable person, who likes talking to people and being part of a group.

Server/Bartender (Current Employee) - Burlington, VT - July 10, 2016

A typical day at work ususally starts in the morning or in the afternoon, depending on the shift that you have, First of all you have to clean the deck and to set everything for the next cruise, arrange the food to be served to people that come on the board.
Working here I've learn to communicate, to obey the rules and to organize better when I have many tsks to do in a short time.
I work with different people that have different characters and so I have to adapt to each person to have a good communication with each other.
The hardest part of the job I could say that is that you have to make your best to please everyone, even if sometimes seems impossible or very difficult, because people have very high expectations. Here I'm talking about the clients who come on the boat to have a good time.
The most enjoyable part of the job is that I learn every day new things about being a server and I'm always happy when I see that the people who I work with are happy working with me.


cheap packages, cheap drinks


one kitchen for three decks

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Spirit of Ethan Allen

About Us

The company started in 1984 with the Spirit of Ethan Allen I, a 149 passenger paddle wheeler, and has expanded to the present day operation.

May 3, 2002 marked the inaugural sail of the Spirit of Ethan Allen III, Lake Champlain´s largest cruise ship. The Spirit III, 140´ long and with a 33´ beam, accommodates 363 passengers, and is one of Vermont´s largest banquet facilities. The ship was built in 1997 in Salisbury, Maryland, and is powered by two Detroit Diesel engines, navigating at an average speed of seven knots. The Spirit III offers 3 heated and air conditioned decks for your cruising pleasure.

Corporate and Private Events

The Spirit of Ethan Allen can accommodate groups of all sizes. With three fully enclosed decks, we can host events from April though November. Our event planning staff is available year around and on call to help you customize your special event.

There is something for everyone at the Spirit! Our Lake Champlain cruises have activities for every age and we promise to show you a good time.

Our Mission

Aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen III, the genuine care and comfort of our guests is our highest mission. We pledge the finest personal service and facilities for our guests. Our goal is to enliven the senses, instill well being, and fulfill even the unexpressed wishes and needs of our guests.

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Spirit of Ethan Allen Turns 35 [SIV533]

A popular excursion boat is now chugging across Lake Champlain with some new parts. Our Christina Guessferd took an exclusive tour of the new and improved Spirit of Ethan Allen III.

It was a five-and-a-half month endeavor replacing gas-guzzling engines with new energy-efficient diesel models.

The vessel's owner, Mike Shea, says the new engines emit 95% less pollution.

"We used to blow out black smoke, now we just don't blow any smoke," Shea said.

That's tons of exhaust no longer pouring into the Burlington Harbor Marina.

In October 2019, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation's Diesel Emissions Reduction Program awarded $268,000 of the $700,000 total price tag to replace the four unregulated diesel engines, with four state-of-the-art ones.

"I knew that we weren't helping the environment, and everybody loves Vermont and cares about the environment, so I wanted to do my piece because all that pollution that was going out into the air, it just wasn't right," said Shea.

Our Christina Guessferd has been following the project's progress since January as a crew worked diligently to meet a May deadline. They completely transformed the first deck to make room for the new machines and take out the old ones.

Large cutouts in the concrete replaced decadent décor. Shea says the engines will provide a significant source of savings, using far less fossil fuel for about a 50% cut in consumption.

This season, the cruise tickets will be a couple dollars more, but Shea says after monitoring the cost of maintenance this year, he hopes to bring the price back down by the next.

"If I can lower the price and not raise it, I'm happy," he said.

The U.S. Coast Guard gave them the greenlight to get back on the water this weekend. The first excursions of the season will be this Saturday.

In compliance with Gov. Phil Scott's orders, they will not be serving food or drink, and they're only allowing 10 people per separated deck area for a total of 40 people on board at a time.

"Right now, we're focusing on how we can bring the people on meeting the governor's requirements and have the sanitary procedures. We're in our ninth day of training all new sanitary procedures just so when we come on here, people come on here, they'll feel safe and comfortable aboard the ship," said Shea.

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Lake Champlain’s Largest Cruise Ship and Floating Restaurant – A Burlington “Must Do!”

Enjoy panoramic views of Lake Champlain and the Vermont Mountains while enjoying delicious food and beverage. Our triple deck luxury cruise ship offers daily scenic, lunch, brunch and nightly themed dinner cruises available seven days a week.

Our Scenic Narrated Cruise will fascinate travelers with our Captain’s tales of history, geology and wildlife. Bring your camera, just in case you see Champ, our elusive lake monster.

Our Executive Chef prepares fresh entrées, buffets and snack bar items from our on-board galley. Enjoy our Lunch on the Lake Cruise featuring a delicious buffet while listening to the exciting narration or our sip champagne on our popular Champagne on Champlain Brunch. Themed dinner cruises include an exciting lineup of our Sounds of Summer, Murder Mystery, Lobstah on the Lake and Captain’s Dinner Dance.

Join us for our spring and fall cruises with live entertainment, our Springtime Dinner Cruise and our Harvest Moon Dinner Cruise! Both with
delicious buffets to match the beautiful Vermont seasons. Dining decks are enclosed, heated and air conditioned.

Dates of Operation:

April through October

Group Policy and Rates:

Reservations required.

Inclusive rates:

  • Scenic Cruise $22.00
  • Lunch Cruise $30.00
  • Brunch Cruise $35.00
  • Dinner Cruises $46.00 or $50.00. September and October
  • 2-hour Harvest Cruise – September evening cruises sail from 6:00 – 8:00 PM and October from
    5:30 – 7:30 PM, $46.00.

Rates apply to groups of 20 or more. Driver and escort complimentary.

Handicapped-accessible. U.S. Coast Guard certified vessel. Motor coach parking.

**Please call to confirm all rates and cruise schedule**


Josh Palace, Spirit of Ethan Allen
Office: 348 Flynn Ave., Burlington, VT 05401
Cruises depart from: 1 College Street at the Burlington Boathouse, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802)862-8300・Fax (802) 860-2261・[email protected]www.soea.com

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Milton CAT upgrades engines on the Spirit of Ethan Allen with two C18s and two C9.3s.

Spirit of Ethan Allen boat to upgrade from WWII-era diesel engines

BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Spirit of Ethan Allen, Vermont’s largest cruise ship, will soon upgrade from its World War II era diesel engines to new ones that meet modern emissions standards.

The engines are projected to cut roughly 457 tons of diesel emissions and 437 tons of carbon dioxide – the equivalent of 17 tractor trailers.

The project was made possible by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation’s Diesel Emissions Reduction Program. They awarded over a quarter million dollars for the effort. It’s the largest grant they’ve ever awarded.

Mike Shea, owner of the Spirit of Ethan Allen, detailed the history of the boat’s outgoing engines.

“These were originally in P.T. (patrol torpedo) boats,” Shea said. “Years ago, we had a gentleman come on board who knew them because he was on a P.T. boat and slept next to them for a year in the Pacific.”

The boat’s engineering crew, lead by head engineer Wilson Tucker, had to cut holes in the floor to get the old engines out of the engine room and into the main entrance area.

That’s nothing compared to the work that will go into getting them off the boat when their replacements arrive in February.

“It’s going to be an all-day adventure,” Tucker said. “We’re bringing in a several-thousand ton crane. Our main generators are going to weigh about 5700 pounds.”

The old engines were manufactured by Detroit Diesel and have no environmental regulations. As part of the grant, they have to be put out of commission by drilling a hole in the engine block.

For Tucker, it’s a bittersweet send-off.

“I’ve worked on ’em all night, sometimes three days straight so we don’t miss trips,” Tucker said. “They’re my girls!”

His crew has even given the engines names: Daisy, Thelma, Louise and LuLu.

“I named them all because they all have their own personality.”

The project is expected to improve air quality around the Burlington waterfront and decrease greenhouse gas emissions.

“It’s good to see them go,” Shea said. “I’m sure our engineering staff will have new names for the girls, and life will be better for everybody that surrounds the Spirit of Ethan Allen.”

The new engines are slated to be in place by the beginning of 2020 operations on May 1.

The Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Program has provided over $3.2 million in grant money since 2008.

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