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Shipping traffic for Saturday, May 28

The Quebecois entered the Twin Ports early Friday morning and is shown above unloading cement at the Clure Marine Terminal. It is a 730-foot bulk carrier that was built in Montreal in 1963. It is one of the few ships sailing the Great Lakes to ke...

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The Quebecois entered the Twin Ports early Friday morning and is shown above unloading cement at the Clure Marine Terminal. It is a 730-foot bulk carrier that was built in Montreal in 1963. It is one of the few ships sailing the Great Lakes to keep its original launch name. It is scheduled to depart Sunday evening.

DULUTH ENTRY

Morning: Great Lakes Trader, departing with iron ore pellets; SCL Leman, arriving at anchor

Afternoon: Indiana Harbor, arriving to load coal; Philip R. Clarke, arriving to unload limestone

Evening/night: Paul R. Tregurtha, arriving to load coal

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SUPERIOR ENTRY

Morning: Stewart J. Cort, arriving to load iron ore pellets and departing at mid-day

TWO HARBORS

Morning: American Integrity, departing with iron ore pellets

Afternoon: Frontenac, arriving to load iron ore pellets; Edwin H. Gott, 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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