Normally, taking a ride on a boat in the middle of December in the midwest is dicey at best.

First, there's the cold, then there's the snow, and if winter hits really hard earlier than normal, you've got frozen waters.

That would and could make any boat ride a miserable experience.

Photo by Will Swann on Unsplash
Photo by Will Swann on Unsplash
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However, it's 2021 and if there's anything we have learned in the past few years, what we're used to isn't the norm right now.

So of course, we'd have unseasonably warm temps in the area which makes a boat cruise not a terrible idea.

Which is good news for people who want to get out and enjoy a "Magical Christmas Boat Cruise."

What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
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The Santa Cruise is happening in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and according to their website "There's nothing else like it!".

Santa Cruise Lake Geneva:

Embark on a magical Christmas boat cruise to Santa’s Hideaway! Along your 40 minute lake tour you will be enchanted by lighted displays that unfold the story of your journey. From the boat, sneak a peek at the shoreline to see Santa’s Hideaway and Santa himself as he reads the names of the children on board who are on his “Nice List.”

What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
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If you can't make it by Christmas, it doesn't sound like Santa will be hopping aboard his sleigh back to the North Pole before the end of the year.

What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
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The Santa Cruise in Lake Geneva is said to run all the way through December 30.

Tickets are available for the boat ride with Saint Nick at santacruiselakegeneva.com for $20 per person and $9 for kids 4-17.

What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
What's Good, Wisco? via YouTube
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