Victory I cruise ship docks in Port of Cleveland

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Victory I cruise ship docked in the Port of Cleveland on its inaugural Great Lakes Grand Discovery voyage Wednesday morning.

According to a release from Victory Cruise Lines, guests on board will spend the day enjoying spots in the city, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum and the West Side Market.

The Victory I was purchased by American Queen Steamboat Company in January 2018 and underwent renovations before setting sail from Chicago on May 22.

The ship was built in 2001. It’s 286 feet long and has five decks. There are 101 staterooms, and it has room for 202 passengers and an 84-person crew.

The ship includes a dining room, lounge, grill, tavern, stage, terrace, sun deck and observation lounge.

Its voyages travel to the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence Seaway and Coastal New England.

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