Escanaba Happy to Welcome Back Pearl Sea Cruises' Pearl Mist

Michigan and the Great Lakes
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Pearl Seas Cruises' ship, the Pearl Mist, will return to Escanaba's North Shore Marine Terminal and Logistics Dock on Wednesday, July 3 after having previously visited on Sunday, June 23.

According to a press release, the vessel will be docked in Escanaba for the entire day and is scheduled to depart around 7 p.m. on Wednesday.

Passengers disembarking will be welcomed by the Escanaba City Band, which will begin playing at 11 a.m. at the North Shore dock. Mayor Mark Ammel will present the ceremonial "Key to the City of Escanaba" to Captain George Ciortan of the Pearl Mist. The community is invited to join in welcoming the Pearl Mist and its passengers and crew members.

“We are grateful that Pearl Seas Cruises has chosen our Waterfront Community as a stop during the Pearl Mist’s voyages across the Great Lakes this summer,” stated Vickie Micheau, Executive Director of the Delta Chamber of Commerce.

“We hope the warm hospitality that our residents and businesses show to the passengers and crew keeps them coming back as they plan future cruise itineraries.”

The Wednesday visit is part of the 'Great Lakes Explorer' 15-day itinerary, which includes stops in Toronto, Niagara Falls, Ontario,  Cleveland, Detroit, Midland, Parry Sound, Mackinac Island, Sault Ste. Marie, Marquette, Thunder Bay, and Duluth.