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  • The Mildred cruise boat
        See Muskoka the "Mildred" Way, according to the back of this postcard. Three cruises every day left from the Wharf in Bracebridge. Morning cruise fare $2, afternoon cruise fare $2.50 and sunset cruise fare $1.50 Her captain was R. J. MacPherson.
      See Muskoka the "Mildred" Way, according to the back of this postcard. ...
  • Steamboat Sagamo in Port Carling locks
        Sagamo awaits passage from Lake Rosseau to Lake Muskoka at Port Carling lock in 1958, her final season before retirement. Note the marking on the boat for The 100 Mile Cruise which was a very popular all-day excursion from 1923 to 1958. Passengers would travel by train from Toronto, spend ...
      Sagamo awaits passage from Lake Rosseau to Lake Muskoka at Port Carling ...
  • Oriole & Medora steamboats at Beaumaris
        Muskoka Navigation Company steamers Oriole (in right foreground) and Medora (behind wharf) at Beaumaris about 1900. The Oriole was on the noon run into Bracebridge and once (after this picture was taken) upset in the Muskoka River luckily without any loss of life. After this event, false sides were added ...
      Muskoka Navigation Company steamers Oriole (in right foreground) and Medora (behind wharf) ...
  • Sagamo at Port Carling
        Muskoka Navigation Co. Sagamo navigating through the logs floating in the water at Port Carling.
      Muskoka Navigation Co. Sagamo navigating through the logs floating in the water ...
  • Steamers at Port Carling
        Steamers coming and going at Port Carling. Steamboat traffic was busy on the lakes of Muskoka at the height of the season, especially during the early decades of the twentieth century.
      Steamers coming and going at Port Carling. Steamboat traffic was busy on ...
  • Sagamo Steamer on Lake Rosseau
        The Sagamo was the largest and most extravagant steamship to sail the inland waterways of Ontario from 1907 to 1958. Rebuilt after a fire in 1925, she was the last steamer still operating in Muskoka during the 1950s. In addition to being the largest steamer on Muskoka lakes, she was ...
      The Sagamo was the largest and most extravagant steamship to sail the ...
  • Nipissing steamboat
        The Nipissing, a sidewheeler built in 1871, was the first flagship of the Muskoka Lakes Navigation Company. She sailed until August of 1886 when she was consumed by fire. Her engines and boiler were salvaged and installed in a second Nipissing, the current Segwun.
      The Nipissing, a sidewheeler built in 1871, was the first flagship of ...
  • 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 ...
      The Cherokee began service in 1908, accomodating 400 passengers. Starting in 1931 ...
  • Medora steamboat
        Built in 1893, the Medora was 122 feet long. In 1901-2, she was enlarged another 20 feet, making her the largest ship on the Muskoka Lakes until the Sagamo appeared in 1906. The Medora was retired in 1931, placed in dry dock and unfortunately gutted by fire in 1940.
      Built in 1893, the Medora was 122 feet long. In 1901-2, she ...
  • R.M.S. Segwun steamboat
        R.M.S. Segwun, the oldest Royal Mail Ship in the world, had been purchased in 1960 by the Town of Gravenhurst and maintained as a museum. In 1973, it was purchased by the Ontario Roadbuilders and fully restored. By 1981 it was sailing again and continues today in 2016. This postcard ...
      R.M.S. Segwun, the oldest Royal Mail Ship in the world, had been ...
  • R.M.S. Segwun steamboat
        The R.M.S. Segwun shown in Bracebridge Bay during the early years of her run. Originally built in 1887 as the Nipissing II, she underwent extensive renovations in 1925 and was given a new name - Segwun. With the end of the steamboat era in the 1950's, she became a museum ...
      The R.M.S. Segwun shown in Bracebridge Bay during the early years of ...
  • Steamer Mildred on the Muskoka River
        The Steamer "Mildred" travelling down the Muskoka River with passengers enjoying the sights.
      The Steamer "Mildred" travelling down the Muskoka River with passengers enjoying the ...
  • Segwun & Sagamo in retirement
        Segwun and Sagamo in retirement at dock in Gravenhurst.
      Segwun and Sagamo in retirement at dock in Gravenhurst.
  • R.M.S. Segwun. Lake Muskoka, ONT.
        R. M. S. Segwun, Lake Muskoka, Ontario postcard by Thatcher Studio, Bracebridge, 1944
      R. M. S. Segwun, Lake Muskoka, Ontario postcard by Thatcher Studio, Bracebridge, ...
  • Segwun Boat Tours, Muskoka.
        After years as a museum, the Segwun was restored and re-launched in 1974. Improvements to the ship continued into the 1980s with the removal of state rooms and the addition of modern equipment. June 27 1981 marked her return to cruising the Muskoka lakes.
      After years as a museum, the Segwun was restored and re-launched in ...
  • Algonquin Steamboat on the Muskoka River near Huntsville, Ontario.
        "Algonquin" on Muskoka River near Huntsville, Muskoka photo by AnnaBelle Studio
      "Algonquin" on Muskoka River near Huntsville, Muskoka photo by AnnaBelle Studio
  • Northern Steamboat
        Northern steamer at dock
      Northern steamer at dock
  • Steamboat Florence Main coming into dock, near Huntsville, Ontario.
        Steamboat Florence Main coming into dock, near Huntsville, Ontario.
      Steamboat Florence Main coming into dock, near Huntsville, Ontario.
  • S.S. Gem at Port Sydney, Muskoka, Ontario.
        S.S. Gem at Port Sydney, Muskoka, Ontario. The vessel's owner Albert Sydney-Smith stands beside her on the wharf. Captain Lyle Casselman appears on deck. In the distance is the S.S. Joe.
      S.S. Gem at Port Sydney, Muskoka, Ontario. The vessel's owner Albert Sydney-Smith ...
  • Waterfront Huntsville, Ontario, looking west.
Town dock, the Algonquin, the Huntsville Planing Mills Ltd.
        At Huntsville, Muskoka photo by AnnaBelle Studio
      At Huntsville, Muskoka photo by AnnaBelle Studio
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