Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
From the moment you arrive at the Sault Ste Marie port you know you are in a place steeped in history. The second-most populated city in Michigan’s wild Upper Peninsula and one of the oldest French Settlements in North America.
Popular shore excursions
- Visit a 550-foot permanently docked freighter called the Valley Camp, which was built in 1917 and retired in 1966.
- Visit the maritime museum and observe an exhibition of priceless artifacts from the mysterious wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald in 1975.
- Enjoy a scenic walk down Water Street that will lead you to historic homes and a fun history lesson beginning in 1668 when the Soo was founded.
- Adventure onto Portage Avenue to watch a freighter journey through the Soo Locks.
Listed below are the cruise lines that dock at this port.