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  • Geographic Location: Gravenhurst
  • SEGWUN at Gravenhurst.
        At long last, the restored SEGWUN is back in service. This July, 1981, photo by Dyke Cobb shows her at Gravenhurst.
      At long last, the restored SEGWUN is back in service. This July, ...
  • Sagamo (1906)
        Official No.: 122218; First Rebuild: Official Number: 122218 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 152 x 29 -- 744 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1926 132x31x9 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation & Hotel Co Built by Canadian Shipbuilding Co., Gravenhurst 1906. Engines (2) 10-16-26x16 by builder. Licensed for 730 passengers 1914. Laid ...
      Official No.: 122218; First Rebuild: Official Number: 122218 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 152 ...
  • Charlie M. (1897)
        Official No.: 103676; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103676 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 74 x 11 -- 50 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1907 55x11x5 Owned by H. C. Mickle, Gravenhurst Ont. 1897, 1901; to Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. 1903. Built by H. C. Mickle, Gravenhurst 1897. Engine 7-14x10 by Polson ...
      Official No.: 103676; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103676 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 74 ...
  • Ahmic (1896)
        Official No.: 103672; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103672 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 80 x 13 -- 70 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1903 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada 61x13x5 Owned by Muskoka Navigation Co. Built by Robert Stevenson, Gravenhurst Ont. 1896. Rebuilt to 80x13x5 1903 and to ...
      Official No.: 103672; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103672 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 80 ...
  • Rosseau (1880)
        Official No.: 80588; First Rebuild: Official Number: 80588 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 x 12 -- 53 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1882 70x12x5 Owned by Muskoka & Nipissing Navigation Co. 1881; to Bracebridge Tannery 1884; C. W. Tillson, Bracebridge 1886. Built by R. Stevenson, Gravenhurst and launched 15/05/80. Engine ...
      Official No.: 80588; First Rebuild: Official Number: 80588 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 ...
  • Nipissing (1887)
        Other Names: Segwun (1925); Official No.: 92443; First Rebuild: Official Number: 92443 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 124 x 21 -- 272 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1925 125x21x8 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co., Muskoka Steamship & Historical Soc. later. Built by M. Simpson, Gravenhurst 1887. Paddle engine 26x72 by ...
      Other Names: Segwun (1925); Official No.: 92443; First Rebuild: Official Number: 92443 ...
  • Muskoka (1881)
        Official No.: 83372; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83372 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 110 x 18 -- 197 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1899 94x19x7 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by J. Potter, Gravenhurst 1881. Engines (2) 12x12 by Doty Engine Works. Built primarily as tug, rebuilt for passengers ...
      Official No.: 83372; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83372 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 110 ...
  • Medora (1893)
        Official No.: 100754; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100754 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 143 x 26 -- 377 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1902 123x25x9 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by F. W. Doty, Gravenhurst and launched 29/05/93. Engine 14-26x18 by Doty Engine Works. Licensed for 500 passengers 1914. ...
      Official No.: 100754; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100754 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 143 ...
  • Constance (1898)
        Official No.: 103686; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103686 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 82 x 14 -- 52 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1900 65x13x5 Owned by Homer & Wade, Gravenhurst 1898; R. S. McConnel, Toronto 1917, 1921; to Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. 1923; to J. Campbell, Gravenhurst 1927; L. Fraser ...
      Official No.: 103686; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103686 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 82 ...
  • Nipissing (Steamboat), aground, 26 Aug 1890
        Reason: aground Remarks: ?
      Reason: aground Remarks: ?
  • Wenonah (1866)
        81x16x6 Owned by A. P. Cockburn, Gravenhurst. Engine 16½x48, to later "Wenonah". Built of whipsawed lumber as no sawmills in the area. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 102t. Port Carling lock then under construction, but vessel warped over portage to Lake Rosseau June 1871 since owner "couldn't wait" ("Globe"). First vessel through ...
      81x16x6 Owned by A. P. Cockburn, Gravenhurst. Engine 16½x48, to later "Wenonah". ...
  • Oriole (1886)
        Official No.: 92431; 75x15x5 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by J. Potter, Gravenhurst and launched 07/08/86. First engine 11x12 by Doty Engine Works; after 1905 9-15x12 by Bertram Engineering Works, Toronto. Licensed for 65 passengers 1886, 40 passengers 1914. Stability questionable at first; capsized 03/05/04 near Bracebridge, false ...
      Official No.: 92431; 75x15x5 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by ...
  • Lake Joseph (1881)
        Official No.: 83373; 52x10x4 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co., to A. Boyd 1896. Built by J. Potter, Gravenhurst. Engine 7x10 by J. Neill & Son, Toronto. Destroyed by fire Footes Bay 1906. ; Final Location: Foote's Bay, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 83373; 52x10x4 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co., to A. ...
  • Islander (1900)
        Official No.: 111567; 100x17x6 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by D. Abbey, Gravenhurst 1900. Engine 9-18x14 by Polson Iron Works, Toronto. Licensed for 173 passengers 1914. Rebuilt and wheelhouse lowered 1934 to improve stability.
      Official No.: 111567; 100x17x6 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built by ...
  • Helena (1877)
        Official No.: 80584; 44x8x3 Owned by A. P. Cockburn, Gravenhurst 1877; J. C. Huckins, Toronto 1886. Built by R. Stevenson, Gravenhurst 1877. Engine 5x11 (maker unknown). Taken to Lake of Bays c1883.
      Official No.: 80584; 44x8x3 Owned by A. P. Cockburn, Gravenhurst 1877; J. ...
  • Grace M. (1905)
        Official No.: 121703; 69x14x5 Owned by Mickle & Dyment, Gravenhurst Ont. Built by D. B. Abbey, Gravenhurst 1905. Engine 7½x16 by Goderich Engine Co.
      Official No.: 121703; 69x14x5 Owned by Mickle & Dyment, Gravenhurst Ont. Built ...
  • Dauntless (1884)
        Official No.: 90579; 45x8x5 Owned by W. Jones & H. Readman, Gravenhurst; to W. T. Windsor, Callander Ont. 1892; S. C. Macdonald, Dunnville Ont. 1901. Fish Tug, moved to Lake Nipissing 1892.
      Official No.: 90579; 45x8x5 Owned by W. Jones & H. Readman, Gravenhurst; ...
  • Cherokee (1907)
        Official No.: 125973; 120x23x7 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built Gravenhurst Ont. and launched 24/07/07. Fabricated by Canadian Shipbuilding Co., Toronto. Engine 8-12½-20x12 by builders; to tug "Bayport". Licensed for 440 passengers 1914. Laid up 1950.
      Official No.: 125973; 120x23x7 Owned by Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. Built Gravenhurst ...
  • Bertha May (1886)
        Official No.: 90578; 44x11x5 Owned by C. Mickle, Gravenhurst Ont. 1886, 1901; to C. J. Smith, Muskoka 1906 1917. Built by W. R. Simpson, Gravenhurst 1886. Engine 9x9 by Doty Engine Works. Removed 1913, put in "Nubertha", vessel received engine from "Sharon": 6-12x9 by Waterous Engineering Works, Brantford.
      Official No.: 90578; 44x11x5 Owned by C. Mickle, Gravenhurst Ont. 1886, 1901; ...
  • Nipissing (1871)
        First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 110 x 18 -- 243 tons Rebuilt: Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada in 1877 110x18x7 (width over paddle boxes 31'). Owned by Muskoka & Nipissing Navigation Co. Engine 26x72 by Davidson & Doran, Kingston. Launched 24/07/71. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) at time of rebuild 148t. Licensed for 50 ...
      First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 110 x 18 -- 243 tons Rebuilt: ...
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