Port Times in Detroit celebrates previous, upcoming of Great Lakes cruising

The Motor Town was awash with maritime revelry Saturday as the Ocean Navigator cruise ship anchored to the RiverWalk for the first Port Days function aimed at showcasing maritime travel on Michigan’s beloved waters.

 During the event hosted by Detroit Wayne County Port Authority — the 1st of 3 slated this summer season — tables of crafts and souvenirs greeted readers for a lesson on Good Lakes cruising historical past.  The Detroit Historic Society poured out a qualifications of cruising though Check out Detroit passed out Detroit products and vacationer data. Detroit’s Unique Seafood truck was stationed powering the event, perfectly on concept with the matter. 

A shipping container adorned with photographs of 20th-century luxurious ships sat on the facet of the RiverWalk. An hour into the event, Paws — the Detroit Tigers’ Mascot — drew in the crowds for shots in entrance of the ship.