Cleveland's William G. Mather Maritime Museum

Cleveland, Ohio

featuring Herbie Russ' "Harlem Nocturne"
Cleveland's William G. Mather Maritime Museum

Cleveland, Ohio has made great strides in reinventing itself. Historically an industrial city known for its steel industry, Cleveland now boasts a vibrant cultural scene, service industries, and tourist attractions. Cleveland’s North Coast Harbor on Lake Erie unites the new … Continue reading


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Galveston Shipwatching

featuring Amaury Figueredo's "My Way"
Ships passing Galveston, Texas

Galveston Island has always had a great connection to the sea. First settled with Europeans in 1817– by Jean Lafitte, a pirate– Galveston quickly became an important port city. The largest city in Texas, it was the busiest port west … Continue reading


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Stewart J. Cort

featuring Mark Love's "Angel of Mine"
Stewart J. Cort frieghter

Built in 1973, the Stewart J. Cort has the distinction of being the first 1000-foot freighter on the Great Lakes. It was named after the late vice president of Bethlehem Steel, the company it has served continuously while operating under … Continue reading


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Quebecois on St. Marys River

feauring Ando Kal's "Ambrosia"
Quebecois freighter

The Quebecois is one of the great steamship freighters of the Great Lakes. Built in 1963, this ship has carried countless loads to and from the United States and Canada. Shown in this video under the Upper Lakes Shipping fleet, … Continue reading


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