Ships in Thunder Bay
Here are some of the ships in the Port of Thunder Bay for the 2019 Shipping Season.
Thunder Bay – Thunder Bay at the head of Lake Superior on the Canadian side is a busy port that has ships from around the world that arrive with cargo, and depart with cargo.
On September 7 2017 the Federal Danube assisted by the Valour and the Glenada docked at the Richardson Elevator at the Current River.
Here are some of the ships that have been in the Port of Thunder Bay during the 2017 Shipping Season
Vessel Details: Call Sign: D5CV2 – Flag: Liberia [LR] – AIS Vessel Type: Cargo
Gross Tonnage: 9611 – Deadweight: 12678 t – Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 138.11m × 21.36m
Year Built: 2009
Algoma Guardian at Current River
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Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin
Port of Thunder Bay Facilities
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