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Michigan: Between St. Ignace and Mackinac Island in Lake Huron

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Taking the “classic ferry”—designed to remind passengers of
steamers that crossed the Great Lakes’ waters in the past—sets the mood for
visiting the island that wants to stay old-fashioned with its Victorian homes
and horse-drawn carriages—and no automobiles. During the half-hour voyage
travelers enjoy views of the modern four-mile-long Mackinac Bridge, the only
physical link between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.

(Arnold Transit: arnoldline.com;
$22 per person round-trip.
)

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

Michigan: Between St. Ignace and Mackinac Island in Lake Huron

Taking the “classic ferry”—designed to remind passengers of
steamers that crossed the Great Lakes’ waters in the past—sets the mood for
visiting the island that wants to stay old-fashioned with its Victorian homes
and horse-drawn carriages—and no automobiles. During the half-hour voyage
travelers enjoy views of the modern four-mile-long Mackinac Bridge, the only
physical link between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.

(Arnold Transit: arnoldline.com;
$22 per person round-trip.
)

Dennis Cox / Alamy

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

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