About Alpena Shipwreck Tours

Welcome aboard our Shipwreck Tour Boat ‘Lady Michigan’

Our tour boat, Lady Michigan, is a passenger vessel 65 feet in length. Two levels provide plenty of room to move around, and seating is cushioned for comfort. The open upper deck has ample seating for those who care to enjoy the outdoor elements during the cruise. The lower deck is heated with ample seating and is equipped with ‘glass bottom’ viewing wells. These windows, a unique feature on tour boats of the Great Lakes, will allow passengers to view shipwreck remains during their cruise. Our captain, with up to date electronic equipment, will be able to situate Lady Michigan directly over the shipwreck. Leave your diving equipment at home — you won’t have to get wet to enjoy the historic wrecks just below the waves!

An enclosed and heated lower deck, cushioned seating, and restrooms are provided for your comfort.

Lady Michigan is newly constructed, with twin diesel engines and stabilizers for comfort on the Great Lakes. She is also equipped with the latest technology in navigation, radar, and radio equipment. Life Saving Devices are provided for every passenger on the boat, and
instructions for their use is provided on every tour.

All U.S. Coast Guard regulations are strictly adhered to assure your safety and enjoyment.

Tickets are available at the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center store, located inside NOAA’s Maritime Center at 500 W. Fletcher Street, Alpena, MI 49707 or buy online.

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There are dozens of wrecks in the Thunder Bay area. Hover over a shipwreck below to see its facts and photos. Lake Huron and Mother Nature collaborate on which shipwrecks they're willing to share on any given day. Scroll over icons to view more details.
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