Muskoka Digital Archives
Cherokee steamboat


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Postcards
Description:
The Cherokee began service in 1908, accomodating 400 passengers. Starting in 1931 she became known as the "Sunset Cruiser", taking passengers from lakeside hotels to Port Carling for evening dances. Although retired in 1950 and dismantled in 1961, her wheelhouse and officer's cabins are now on display at the Muskoka Boat and Heritage Centre.
Date of Publication:
17 May 2016
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
MC #14A
Collection:
Campbell Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.03341 Longitude: -79.31633
Copyright Statement:
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Cherokee steamboat


The Cherokee began service in 1908, accomodating 400 passengers. Starting in 1931 she became known as the "Sunset Cruiser", taking passengers from lakeside hotels to Port Carling for evening dances. Although retired in 1950 and dismantled in 1961, her wheelhouse and officer's cabins are now on display at the Muskoka Boat and Heritage Centre.