2013(Mark Zolna MZM-2013)
- Type: Railway ferry
- Displacement: 7,000 tons
- Dimensions: 372 x 61 x 18 ft.
- Machinery: 8 12-cyl. Dominion Sulzer diesel engines, 13,500 bhp = 12 knots
- Passengers 950 + 60 automobiles or 16 railway cars
- Builder: Marine Industries Ltd, Sorel, Quebec, Canada, 1947
- Service: An icebreaking railway, vehicle, and passenger ferry that operated between Port Borden on Prince Edward Island and Cape Tormentine in New Brunswick across Northumberland Strait from 1947 to 1982. The name Abegweit is derived from the Mi'kmaq word for Prince Edward Island and she was owned by Canadian National Railways. Replaced by a new ferry in 1982, she was purchased by the Columbia Yacht Club of Chicago, Illinois, and towed there in the spring of 1983, where she remains permanently moored at the north end of Grant Park. The Annual Meeting of the Society of Miniature Ship Collectors was held on board 28 Sep 2013.