Panoramic lake views and a retractable top-deck roof characterize the Obsession III, a 78-foot motor yacht with a retractable roof. In addition to two decks with indoor and outdoor areas, the ship has a dance floor, bar, and a dining room equipped with white linens, china, and stainless cutlery. The Kajama's white masts billow in the wind as its sharp prow cleaves the waters of Lake Ontario. The three-masted, gaff-rigged 164-foot schooner casts the same striking silhouette as it did 85 years ago during its first incarnation as a trade ship that sailed from Spain to Norway. Today, Cruise Toronto has restored the German-built schooner to its maiden-voyage splendour. Though they've preserved the boat's 1930s charm, they also retrofitted the Kajama for its daily tours with such amenities as a licensed bar and galley where cooks bring selections from their menu of pub fare to life. Additionally, the Challenge boasts two LCD TVs and a full-service bar. Cruise Toronto rents out their fleet for corporate cruises, charter tours, weddings, and pirate-school reunions, all of which launch from the scenic downtown harbourfront.