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CCGS Louis M Lauzier - IMO 7635995

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Photographer:Kent Malo [View profile]Title:CCGS Louis M LauzierAdded:Sep 12, 2005
Photo Category: Coast Guard
Built in 1976 as the fisheries patrol vessel "Cape Harrison" converted to a survey and research vessel in 1983 and named "Louis M Lauzier"removed from service in 1995, after a three year lay up she was chartered from the Canadian Coast Guard in 1998 by Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Louis M Lauzier was up bound in the St lawrence Seaway at Kahnawake Sept. 11, 2005.
Vessel Identification
Name:Louis M.lauzier
Former name(s):
- Cape Harrison (Until 1983 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Fishery Patrol Vessel
Gross tonnage:332 tons
Length:41 m
Beam:8 m
Draught:2.5 m

Additional Information
Build year:1977
AIS Information
Last known position:
47°19’27.64” N, 52°37’38.26” W
Speed, course (heading):
4.5kts, 198° (187°)
Location:St. John's
Arrival:5th Aug 2017
12:00:35 UTC
Last update:
8 months 17 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 August 5th, 12:00:35 UTCSt. John's
2017 August 5th, 12:00:30 UTCSt. John's
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Photo Comments (4)

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Kent Malo on Sep 12, 2005 14:28 (12 years ago)
I thank you for the information regarding the Louis M Lauzier Dean, she, (as you may have read in the above comment), still has the Memorial Unversity logo on her port side.
Kent Malo on Sep 12, 2005 14:25 (12 years ago)
I noticed that she served in Burlington after 1991, she still had the Memorial University sign on her accomadations, I suppose they will remove that when she arrives.
Dean Porter on Sep 12, 2005 09:54 (12 years ago)
This vessel left St. John's last week. She was used a training vessel for the Marine Institute.

Nice shot, thanks for posting.
Marc Piché on Sep 12, 2005 01:25 (12 years ago)
Hi Kent

I was told that she was going to Burlington, Ontario, to be modified to a patrol vessel with a rigid air inflatable craft to be fiited on her quarterdeck. Her crew will be part-R.C.M.P. part Coast Guard and her area of responsibility will be the St.Lawrence River to be in line with US Homeland Security policies. CCGS ISLE ROUGE has also been refitted for this role.
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