The next cruising hot spot is closer than you think: Get ready for more ships on the Great Lakes – Chicago Tribune — Read about it on the Chicago Tribune.
The Discovery Pier is a new and unique venue for events of all kinds. Not just on the water, it is literally out in the Bay. Surrounded by tall ships and spectacular views of Traverse City. There is no other rentable space like it in northern Michigan. With capacity for a 60′ x 100′ tent, […]
May 2nd Open House Scheduled www.facebook.com/events/336995690257152/
Like an eighth ocean in the forests of North America, the hard-to-access Great Lakes are a natural paradise that the HANSEATIC inspiration will visit in style. A brand-new Expedition Class cruise ship currently being built For Hapag-Lloyd Cruises will be visiting Traverse City on June 15 2020. Originating from Toronto, the 14 day itinerary includes […]
Major progress on the USCG Icebreaker phase of the Ship Shapes exhibit today. Roof and most of the siding is on, too. But the big deal is the wheel was set in the helm.
The USCG ice breaker/buoy tender exhibit is taking shape. The hull and wheelhouse are becoming recognizable!
The Discovery Pier can’t be beat for fishing opportunities in West Grand Traverse Bay. Deep water right off the Pier provides access to many species: Lake and Brown Trout, Salmon, Northern Pike, Bass, Perch and panfish. Picnic tables and benches make it a great place to take the kids. There’s even parking and a porta-john […]
Early this morning a team from Molon Excavating reinstalled the pedestrian crossing island in the center of M 22, just in time for the busy memorial weekend. We are grateful that they fit this into their very busy schedule.
Attending the National Working Waterfronts Conference highlighted how close the coal dock came to being lost to private development. It could easily have been sold by the City and TCLP for a LOT of money to a single person or entity for a mansion/megayacht or condo development. Instead, thanks to Rotary, it has been preserved […]
While attending the National Working Waterfront Conference, we got a tour of a wonderful coastal town and an inspiring historical museum.