A floating restaurant is a vessel, usually a large steel barge, used as a restaurant on water. The Jumbo Kingdom at Aberdeen in Hong Kong is an example. Sometimes retired ships are given a second lease on life as floating restaurants. The former car ferry New York, built 1941, serves as DiMillo's in Portland, Maine. Another example was the Train ferryLansdowne which served as a restaurant in Detroit. Plans for the Lansdowne to continue in this capacity on the Buffalo, New York waterfront came to naught and she was scrapped in the summer of 2008. A third example of a ship's hull converted for this purpose is Captain John's in Toronto, a former Eastern European ship. The Normac, the first Captain John's restaurant, was moved to Port Dahousie as the floating cocktail lounge Big Kahuna.