The 4 most commonly asked questions

Lake Lucerne

The answers to the most commonly asked questions can be found here.

On all regularly scheduled cruises, the following applies.
Free ride with:
• Lake Lucerne GA/AG
• Lake Lucerne Pass
• Day ticket with Swiss Half-Fare Card (Halbtax)
• Pre-booked discounted day ticket
• Swiss municipal day tickets (Gemeinde Tageskarte)
• Children's day ticket
• Day ticket for a dog
• GA/AG for a dog
• Swiss Travel Pass, Swiss Travel Pass Flex and Swiss Transfer Ticket
• Tell Pass
• Junior Card: All children younger than 16 years of age and accompanied by one adult with a Junior Card
50% discount with
• Swiss Half-Fare Card (Halbtax)
• Interrail Pass
• Eurail Pass
• All kids 6 - 16
Passepartout: Local Passepartout public transport tickets are not valid on Lake  Lucerne!
Exception: The Passepartout monthly or annual pass is valid on boats between Lucerne, Hertenstein, Weggis and Vitznau as long as the pass includes at least the three tariff zones 10, 29 and 39.

Tickets are sold on every boat as well as at our ticket offices at the piers in Lucerne and Weggis. From spring to autumn you may also use our seasonal ticket offices at the piers in Brunnen, Flüelen and Vitznau. 

SBB, Rigi Bahnen, Pilatus Bahnen, Treib Seelisberg Bahn, and the tourist offices in Beckenried and Gersau also issue combined tickets that include the cruise on Lake Lucerne.

Additionally, it is also possible to purchase tickets online.

Pier map

=> Cruises to Weggis, Vitznau (Rigi), Brunnen, Flüelen => Pier 1

=> Cruises to Alpnachstad (Pilatus) => Pier 2

=> Cruises to Küssnacht am Rigi => Pier 3

=> Cruises to Bürgenstock => Pier 3

On the open decks, seats are not reservable and reservations are not necessary. It is possible to reserve seats for the dining areas of our ships, including the onboard restaurants or stately lounges.

Groups of ten or more are requested to make a group reservation (without a fixed seat reservation).