2012-06-23 / News

S.S. Keewatin Comes To The Straits



At top: Bob and Cindy Zimmerman followed the S.S. Keewatin from Saugatuck, where she had been a museum for 45 years, to her home in Port McNicoll, Ontario. The couple, both retired teachers, had served as tour guides on the 105-year-old ship for nearly 20 years. They are pictured on the Mackinaw City State Harbor dock, where the Keewatin moored Wednesday, June 6. She remained there until Tuesday, June 19. At top: Bob and Cindy Zimmerman followed the S.S. Keewatin from Saugatuck, where she had been a museum for 45 years, to her home in Port McNicoll, Ontario. The couple, both retired teachers, had served as tour guides on the 105-year-old ship for nearly 20 years. They are pictured on the Mackinaw City State Harbor dock, where the Keewatin moored Wednesday, June 6. She remained there until Tuesday, June 19.

At lower right: The Wendy Anne, assisted by American Girl, tugged the S.S. Keewatin to Mackinaw City State Harbor Wednesday, June 6. The 105-year-old ship is making her way from Saugatuck, where she served as a museum for 45 years, to her home port in Port McNicoll, Ontario. At lower right: The Wendy Anne, assisted by American Girl, tugged the S.S. Keewatin to Mackinaw City State Harbor Wednesday, June 6. The 105-year-old ship is making her way from Saugatuck, where she served as a museum for 45 years, to her home port in Port McNicoll, Ontario.

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