To invest Acheson Resources on a sustainable basis in partnership with others, to enhance the quality of life in the Southside of Port Huron.

To effectively employ financial and human resources to develop projects and programs through economic partners that share the Acheson Vision.

Upcoming Events

 BELL OF RECOGNITION: Many have asked how they can contribute to the Great Lakes Maritime Center for themselves, in memory of someone, or as a gift to someone still enjoying the Center. We now have a Bell of Recognition hanging in the Center with a plaque listing names of contributors or honorees. The money adds to the artifacts, books, and other treasures at the Center. Ask any Maritime Center volunteer about the Bell.

APRIL 18 & 25 (Saturdays): Kids, 12 and younger, can build a model ship at the Maritime Center from noon to 3 p.m. on April 18 and/or April 25. The Great Lakes Nautical Society is again sponsoring the event. A fee of $6 is charged for each model built (4 choices). Classes are limited to 40, but a child can participate on any or all of the dates. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call the Center at 810-985-4817.

APRIL 18 (Saturday): Roger LeLievre returns to the Maritime Center (51 Water Street) between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. with his 2015 copy of Know Your Ships. He will sell and/or sign copies of the book. If you're a boat watcher, the book tells you everything about the ships that pass the Maritime Center.

Desmond Landing Progress Report

On-going mixed-use development located on the beautiful St. Clair River.

Based on the eight goals identified by the people of Port Huron: More than $100M invested since 1999.
Great Lakes Maritime Center Seaway Terminal
Come and visit our Maritime Center.
Deep water Port and Event Center on the St. Clair River.