This is the story of a grand old lady and the three men who saved her and brought her home. It's a love story.
The SS Keewatin is a time capsule. Built in Scotland in 1907, she's the last of her kind, a Titanic era luxury passenger steamship that once plied the Great Lakes. She helped open up Canada.
In 1965 CPR scrapped their fleet of steamships and they were all lost, except for one.
For the past 45 years the ship has been sitting in a Michigan marina, lovingly preserved by its eccentric owner. Two men defy all odds to bring her back to her original homeport, a perilous journey across two great lakes that takes 18 months of planning.