The SS KEEWATIN is a historic passenger liner that is five years older than the Titanic. She was built in Scotland in 1905 for the Canadian Pacific Railroad and was one of a fleet of five ships designed specifically to connect Eastern Canada with Western Canada by using the Great Lakes. Keewatin is truly a marvel because she has managed to survive for 105 years. She is much loved by those who have worked on her, travelled on her, or worked to bring her back to her home port.
She's currently starting a new life in Port McNicoll and is available for tours starting in May 2013.
It would be our pleasure to show you how nature and man have made heaven on earth