Keweenaw Boat Tours launched this year to provide visitors with a scenic exploration of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula the best way you can see it: via boat. Started by retired U.S. Coast Guard serviceman Jason Swain, Keweenaw Boat Tours explores the 25-mile waterway that bisects Michigan’s northernmost peninsula.
“The Keweenaw is a totally different experience,” said Swain, reports mlive.com. “We are the western U.P., and the scenery of the waterway is a one-of-a-kind thing.”
Swain’s 24-foot pontoon offers a small, intimate experience of the waterway — carrying up to six passengers and departing from downtown Houghton, Michigan — and provides a selection of tours including the Lighthouse Tour of the Jacobsville Lighthouse in Keweenaw Bay; the Sunset Cruise that heads northwest toward “The Breakers” area near Lake Superior; and custom tour options of your choice.
Visit keweenawboattours.com to learn more about Keweenaw Boat Tours and to book your trip.