Lake Superior Day – July 21st
Posted on: July 3, 2013
Lake Superior Day
Dancing at the 2011 Lake Superior Day event in Thunder Bay. Lake Superior day is a special day that encourages people to celebrate the largest freshwater lake in the world. Lake Superior Day is a FREE, fun, family event that includes something for everyone. This year the Thunder Bay celebration takes place at the Pool 6 Cruise Ship Dock in Marina Park.

This summer, the romance of the high seas comes to Thunder Bay’s Lake Superior Day with a visit from the tall ship Sorlandet.  Entry to Lake Superior Day is free and tickets for the Sorlandet tours will be sold on site for just $3 per person, under 3 years of age free. Guaranteed to bring out the Jack Sparrow in all of us, a deck tour aboard the Sorlandet is an experience not to be missed. The 57-metre (210 ft) fully rigged sailing ship is the oldest and largest fully rigged ship in operation today. She was built in 1927 in Norway and served as a training vessel for the Norwegian navy. She was later used for accommodations for German submariners in World War II. Currently, the ship hosts Class Afloat, an exclusive floating school offering a unique way to finish a high school diploma while visiting ports around the world. Find out all the details about Lake Superior Day…

Photos of the Thunder Bay, Ontario 2011 Lake Superior Day

Photos of the Marathon, Ontario 2012 Lake Superior Day



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