The next time you’re in Gravenhurst, Ontario, plan a trip to the RSM Segwun and explore the area from a whole different perspective.
The RMS Segwun was originally built in Glasgow in 1887 and then assembled at Gravenhurst. The ship was, at first, a side paddlewheel steamer called the “Nipissing II” and would transport passengers, freight and mail from Muskoka Wharf to various venues in the area. Today, North America’s oldest hand-fired steamship enjoys a sailing season of just 145 days. Passengers can climb aboard for a meal and explore the ship, or even book a private function on it.
Take a Trip on a Muskoka Steam Ship
This is a unique and unforgettable way to explore Muskoka. Cruises operate from June through October from 8:30AM – 4:30PM (7 days a week) and from October through May from 8:30AM – 4:30PM (Tuesday – Sunday).
There are a wide variety of cruises :
- Sightseeing cruises
- Sunset dinner cruise
- Millionaire’s Row Cruise
- Dining cruises
- High Tea in the Royal Muskoka Salon
- Pirate cruise
- Jedi Knights Cruise
If you’re coming to explore one of the cruises or simply planning a trip to the area, book your stay with us at the Bayview Wildwood Resort.