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Shipping traffic for Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Stewart J. Cort is scheduled to leave port through the Superior entry early this morning with a load of iron ore pellets. (Photo by Joseph Kubala)

The Stewart J. Cort is scheduled to leave port through the Superior entry early this morning with a load of iron ore pellets. Built in 1972 at Erie Marine of Erie, Pa., the Cort was the first 1,000-foot vessel to operate on the Great Lakes.

DULUTH ENTRY Morning: CSL Tacoussac, arriving to load iron ore pellets; American Integrity, departing with coal; Algoma Enterprise, arriving to load iron ore pellets

Afternoon: Radcliffe R. Latimer, departing with coal; Alpena, arriving to unload cement

Evening/night: Roger Blough, arriving to load iron ore pellets; James R. Barker, departing with coal

SUPERIOR ENTRY Morning: Stewart J. Cort, departing with iron ore pellets

DULUTH OR SUPERIOR ENTRY Morning: Eeborg, arriving to load grain

TWO HARBORS Morning: Presque Isle, departing with iron ore pellets

Evening/night: Walter J. McCarthy Jr., arriving to load iron ore pellets; American Spirit, arriving to load iron ore pellets

For updated information 24 hours a day, call the Boatwatcher’s Hotline at (218) 722-6489.

Source: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lake Superior Maritime Visitors Center in Canal Park. Arrival and departure times are not official and can vary widely.

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