This unusually handsome 1913 steam-powered vessel is part of the Maritime Museum (their "largest artifact"). The Acadia was used by the Canadian government to chart the ocean bottom for 56 years until its retirement in 1969. Much of the ship is now open for self-guided tours, including the captain's quarters, upper decks, wheelhouse, and oak-paneled chart room. If you want to see more of the ship, ask about guided half-hour tours (they take place four times daily), which offer access to the engine room and more. Allow a half-hour to an hour to take it in.