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Charles S. Price
Charles S. Price

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

Chi-Cheemaun
Chi-Cheemaun

The largest carrying capacity ferry on the Great Lakes.

City of Milwaukee
City of Milwaukee

This ship is now a museum in Manistee, MI.

Cliffs Victory
Cliffs Victory

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

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

One of the most elegant ships on the Great Lakes.

Edmund Fitzgerald
Edmund Fitzgerald

The most famous shipwreck on the Great Lakes.

Paul R. Tregurtha
Paul R. Tregurtha

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

Roger Blough
Roger Blough

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

S.S. Badger
S.S. Badger

The last coal fired ferry in North America.

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

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

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

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

Steamer Regina
Steamer Regina

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

Titanic
Titanic

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

Victory II Cruise Ship
Victory II Cruise Ship

Cruising the Great Lakes in total comfort.

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

Four other 1,000 footers followed the McCarthy design.

Willis B. Boyer
Willis B. Boyer

Originally launched as the C.J. Schoonmaker.

Wyandotte
Wyandotte

The first self unloader on the Great Lakes.