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Shipping traffic for Tuesday, May 28, 2013

DULUTH ENTRY Morning: Cedarglen, departing with iron ore pellets; Alpena, departing; Philip R. Clarke, arriving to unload limestone Afternoon: Cason J. Callaway, arriving to unload limestone, American Century, arriving to load coal; Rt. Hon. Paul J.

Alpena
The Alpena, seen above approaching the Duluth ship canal, is expected to depart this morning after unloading cement in Superior. The ship was launched in 1942 as the Leon Fraser and shortened in 1989 at Fraser Shipyards in Superior. (Photo by Joseph Kubala)

DULUTH ENTRY

Morning: Cedarglen, departing with iron ore pellets; Alpena, departing; Philip R. Clarke, arriving to unload limestone

Afternoon: Cason J. Callaway, arriving to unload limestone, American Century, arriving to load coal; Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin, arriving to load coal; Algoma Montrealais, arriving to unload cement


SUPERIOR ENTRY

Evening/night: Burns Harbor, arriving to load iron ore pellets

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TWO HARBORS

Morning: Presque Isle, arriving to load iron ore pellets

Afternoon: Walter J. McCarthy Jr., arriving to load iron ore pellets

Evening/night: 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 and boatnerd.com. Arrival and departure times are not official and can vary widely.

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