Stories tagged: "boating"


The SS Bannockburn is pictured while in dry deck in 1902. The ship is one of five popular "ghost ships" people claim to still see sailing the Great Lakes. It disappeared in 1902. (Wikipedia Commons Photo)
5 Ghost Ships Believed to Still be Sailing the Great Lakes

Conversations about ghost ships aren’t limited to the Flying Dutchman. The Great Lakes have their fair share of spooky tales, too. 

10 Famous Great Lakes Ships Every Michigander Should Know

From having a “lucky boat” to seeing a ship that’s simply “majestic,” Michiganders love their Great Lakes boats. Here are some of the most popular. 

Photo Courtesy of Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
‘Going Back in Time’: What Michigan’s Shipwrecks Reveal About the Great Lakes

Michigan is famous for its shipwrecks. But state officials don’t want to add any more boats to the below-water collection.

Boats anchored in Lake Michigan water at Power Island in west grand traverse by near Traverse City, Michigan. (AP)
Your Guide to Safe Boating in Michigan Labor Day Weekend, With Maps

Boats anchored in Lake Michigan water at Power Island in west grand traverse by near Traverse City, Michigan

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A Heatwave Is Coming To Michigan. Here Are 8 Ways To Actually Enjoy It — Social Distancing Style, Of Course

After months of uncharastically cold weather (even by Michigan’s standards) temperatures are warming up. Here are some suggestions for making the most of it.