Muskoka is home to Canada’s oldest operating steamships. The first steamship cruised Lake Muskoka in 1866, and now over 150 years later, the fleet is still maintained. The RMS Segwun, built in 1887 still remains operational and is a cornerstone of not only Muskokan, but Canadian heritage. Cruises on the steamships depart from the Gravenhurst Wharf and you can often see the steamships on their voyages from the Taboo Muskoka shoreline. The Taboo Muskoka team highly recommends the Muskoka Steamship cruises, they are operational in the summer months and tickets can be purchased here.
Heading out on the RMS Segwun or Wenonah II while in Muskoka? Share your voyage with the hashtag #ExploreTaboo and tag @taboomuskoka.