With a sailing season of just 145 days, present day Segwun welcomes passengers on board from around the world. From her scenic Lunch and Millionaires Row Cruises to the ever-popular Sunset Dinner Cruises, Segwun's coal-fired engines work harder today than they did more than a hundred years ago. Combined with private charters, our "crown jewel" fills to capacity at 99 passengers and graces all three of the Muskoka lakes in true Segwun style. Photographs of the Segwun outweigh any other in the region, proving that she is the recognized symbol of Muskoka with many believing that her haunting whistle sounds out as the official "heartbeat" which awakens the region each Spring.
Nothing says Muskoka like discovery. Hop aboard the amazing Segwun, North America's oldest operating steamship. Launch your curiosity on Wenonah II with all its modern conveniences. Celebrate milestones aboard the intimate Wanda III. It's the one-of-a-kind way to experience Muskoka.
Personalizing your wedding cruise is our specialty!! The Segwun continues to be recognized by Canada Post as a "Royal Mail Ship" meaning that any invitations can be mailed directly from our office and will be uniquely "hand franked" or cancelled as they did more than a hundred years ago. You may even decide to fly a personalized flag from the bow of the ship during your cruise. We can even take off from many resorts around Muskoka! Please ask about these capabilities and the rates associated.
in Muskoka, Ontario the Segwun boat tour cruises from June through October offering a variety of cruises on the Muskoka lakes. With a capacity of 99, the Segwun is the oldest operating steamship in North America and offers passengers a chance to "step back in time" to the romance and nostalgia of Muskoka’s past. In the heart of Muskoka Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Huntsville and near Algonquin Park.
The best way to visit Muskoka, Ontario is to take a dinner or sightseeing boat cruise on the heart of muskoka - steamships - Segwun and Wenonah. Sit back and enjoy the Muskoka Lakes, rivers and islands and all the Millionaires Row cottages of the stars. Long before the era of modern highways, the Segwun, then a paddlewheeler, sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways.