The Toronto Harbor, which is also commonly called Toronto Bay, lays nestled behind the Toronto Islands, which block the body of water from Lake Ontario's larger waves. Both pleasure boats and commercial boats ply the inner and outer harbors of the bay. On sunny days, the harbor fills with sailboats and party cruises, attracting merry visitors who climb aboard with the purchasing of a ticket. Toronto Harbor's waterfront consists mostly of quays and piers, while its waters are home to a variety of fish, including pike and largemouth bass. From a vantage on the harbor, the dramatic skyline of the city of Toronto gently unfurls like a painted panorama.