The U.S.S. Iowa is in the middle of its journey to a new, permanent home.

A tug boat named “Warrior” guided the U.S.S. Iowa battleship under the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Bay on Saturday. The U.S.S. Iowa had been anchored in a salvage yard, but the U.S. Navy has handed the ship over to the Pacific Battleship Center. The U.S.S. Iowa, which was built in 1940, will become a floating museum at the Port of Los Angeles.

Franklin Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan and George Herbert Walker Bush used the ship as transport during their presidencies.

You can follow the battleship’s progress on its final voyage here. It should reach Los Angeles on Wednesday.