- Original Owner
- Muskoka & Nipissing Navigation Co.
- Ownership Notes
- Hull sections built at Clyde Shipyard of Davison & Duran, Scotland.
- Propulsion Type
- Engine Type
- Vertical Beam (Walking Beam)
- Tonnage Gross
- 300 passengers
History and Notes
- 1888 Cabins completed.
- 1890, Aug Stranded near Gravenhurst, ONT, Georgian Bay.
- To 1893 Ran Lake Joseph.
- c1900 Paddlewheels lowered; paddleboxer rebuilt; 400 passenger capacity.
- Unknown date New Pilothouse.
- 1925, Jul Renamed SEGWUN; C92443; rebuilt as propeller at Gravenhurst; 123.42 x 21 x 7.5'; 272 gross/ 132 registered tons; 2 compound reciprocating steam engines; 2 propellers.
- 1958 Retired from Muskoka Lakes service; became a floating museum.
- 1981 Owned Muskoka Steamship & Historical Society; restored & re-entered into service.
- 2006, Nov Oldest operating steamship in North America; still ran Lake Muskoka.
- Newspaper Clippings
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Bowling Green State University
- "The Steamboat Era in the Muskokas", Richard Tatley
- Unique ID
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- Date Added/Updated
- 2008-02-23 02:16:55
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This image is now available from the Alpena County Public Library Great Lakes Maritime Collection site. This MLibrary collection will be retired on April 16, 2018.
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