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Charles S. Price
Charles S. Price

Sank in the Big Storm of 1913 with all hands lost.

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Chi-Cheemaun
Chi-Cheemaun

The largest carrying capacity ferry on the Great Lakes.

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City of Milwaukee
City of Milwaukee

This ship is now a museum in Manistee, MI.

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Cliffs Victory
Cliffs Victory

One of the fastest and most unique ships on the Great Lakes.

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Col. James M. Schoonmaker
Col. James M. Schoonmaker

One of the most elegant ships on the Great Lakes.

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Edmund Fitzgerald
Edmund Fitzgerald

The most famous shipwreck on the Great Lakes.

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Paul R. Tregurtha
Paul R. Tregurtha

At 1,013 ft 6 in, the Big Paul is the largest ship on the Great Lakes.

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Roger Blough
Roger Blough

The only self-unloading stern shuttle on the Great Lakes.

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S.S. Badger
S.S. Badger

The last coal fired ferry in North America.

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S.S. Lane Victory
S.S. Lane Victory

Served in WW II, Korean War, and Vietnam War.

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S.S. Ste. Claire
S.S. Ste. Claire

Taking passengers to Boblo Island, this was the last excursion ship to sail the Great Lakes.

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Steamer Regina
Steamer Regina

Sank in the Big Storm of 1913 with all hands lost.

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Titanic
Titanic

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner operated by the White Star Line.

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Victory II Cruise Ship
Victory II Cruise Ship

Cruising the Great Lakes in total comfort.

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Walter J. McCarthy Jr.
Walter J. McCarthy Jr.

Four other 1,000 footers followed the McCarthy design.

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Willis B. Boyer
Willis B. Boyer

Originally launched as the C.J. Schoonmaker.

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Wyandotte
Wyandotte

The first self unloader on the Great Lakes.

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