The 199 ft. wooden sidewheeler Traveller came to a fiery end on August 17, 1865. Upbound for Superior, Wisconsin, she made a stop at Eagle Harbor and was immediately found to be on fire. The fire spread quickly, but almost all of the cargo and even some furniture was gotten off. The Traveller had been built in 1852 at Newport, Michigan. No further salvage was conducted, as the vessel was burnt and contained little of value. Today the remains of the Traveller are just off the old Eagle Harbor Life Saving Station in about 20 ft. of water. The hull and timbers are flattened but still visible. It is possible to dive this wreck from shore and it is partially protected from waves.