The SS Keewatin, affectionately known as the Kee, is a time capsule. Built in Clyde, Scotland in 1907, she's the last of her kind - a Titanic era luxury passenger liner that helped to open up Canada. After Canadian Pacific retired her, she sat in a small town marina in Michigan for 45 years, where tourists and locals could take a tour and gaze in wonder. As Honorary Captain Eric Conroy bringer her home, there is an almost unbelievable outpouring of celebration. Hundreds of small boats form a flotilla to accompany the Kee to her old home.