Fast forward with the Lake Michigan fast ferry shortcut
Why put up with the uncertainties of traffic and highway congestion when you can take the time-saving Lake Michigan ferry shortcut instead?
The Lake Express ferry made history as the first high speed auto passenger ferry in the United States on June 1, 2004 when it re-established the historic Lake Michigan ferry route between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Muskegon, Michigan. Crossing Lake Michigan in just 2-1/2 hours, the Lake Express established new standards for Great Lakes ferry service, cutting hours from previous record crossing times and hours from the typical trip around Lake Michigan through Chicago’s congested tollway system.
The modern Lake Express launched with a full complement of modern conveniences and amenities not available elsewhere. Since that first crossing, Lake Express has continued to set standards for Lake Michigan, offering the more daily sailings and the longest operating season on Lake Michigan. Take the Lake Express ferry on your next trip and discover the freedom, relaxation and convenience that comes when you leave driving behind.