Ian Bell was raised in the small farming community of Waterford, Ontario and continues to live and work in that area, along the north shore of Lake Erie.
The icebreaker Mackinaw was decomissioned in 2006 and docked at the old railroad dock in Mackinaw City. She is open for tours.
Established and built in 1854 as Lime Rock Lighthouse, the station was renamed the Ida Lewis Rock Lighthouse in honor of a famous female lighthouse keeper who maintained the facility after her husband was incapacitated by a stroke.
Launched in 1926, the yacht Ida M. is now an excursion vessel.
The oyster dredge Ida May is a replica of an oyster dredge by the same name that was broken up in 2011. The project is overseen by the non-profit Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp.
Launched in 1906, the skipjack Ida May is a working vessel on Chesapeake Bay.
The Illinois & Michigan Canal Museum is located in an original 1837 home of a canal commissioner.
The Illinois & Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor is a group of heritage sites, including maritime heritage sites, along the historic I&M Canal.
Founded in 1960, the Independence Seaport Museum preserves the maritime history of Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
The Indian Island Lighthouse was established in 1850 and the current structure put up in 1875. The light was deactivated in 1934 and the property has remained in private hands since.
Established in 1876, the current Indian River Life-Saving Station was built in 1905 and recently restored. It is now a state park.
The Indian River Life-Saving Station has been meticulously restored to its 1905 appearance, complete with diamond-shaped trim.
The Indiana Harbor Breakwater Lighthouse was constructed approximately 1930 to mark the entrance to the Indiana Harbor Canal and the heavy industry that lined the canal and the shores of Lake Michigan.
In the years before an extensive network of paved roads criss-crossed the area, a fleet of small passenger steamers cruised the waters of Puget Sound. The mosquito fleet stopped at nearly every small town and large city on the Sound, including the community of Indianola.
Inishowen's repertoire is drawn primarily from the rich musical heritage of the seafaring nations: Britain, Ireland, Canada, and the United States.
The Inland Rivers Library at the Cincinnati Public Library features materials pertaining to the commercial use of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and their navigable tributaries.
Launched in 1994, the schooner Inland Seas is a sailing training and maritime education vessel.