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Photo Details
Photographer:Kent Malo [View profile]Title:WINDOC & ALGOCENAdded:Dec 20, 2007
Captured:IMO:5293872Hits:1,165
Photo Category: Great Lakes Bulkers (Winter & Summer Lay Ups)
Description:
Thses ships seen here at Montreal Quebec,"Windoc" has become a barge of sorts, and "Algocen" has been sold to an American recycling firm to be used as a barge,April, 14, 2005,K.Malo photo
Vessel Identification
Name:Windoc
IMO:5293872
Flag:Canada
Callsign:VCLP
Former name(s):
- Steelcliffe Hall (Until 1988)
- Rhine Ore (Until 1976)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:18,517 tons
Summer DWT:28,591 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Thunder Bay
Build year:1959
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (5)

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Matt Ruscher on Apr 16, 2005 03:54 (12 years ago)
this is the first pic i believe i have seen of the Algocens name being painted out, too bad really, i was thrilled to have seen her out one last time last season when it looked like she was finished, but i suppose its more of a reality now, great shot by the way of the two classics
Kent Malo on Apr 15, 2005 23:37 (12 years ago)
I think they required to have two, I will find out for you.
Lanaud on Apr 15, 2005 03:06 (12 years ago)
Two ships that were still in excelent running order..... Too bad. Did Algocen always have just the one lifeboat?

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Kent Malo on Apr 14, 2005 22:57 (12 years ago)
The winds were from the North East, a tad chilly as well. Two old ladies that have had their time in the limelight, sadly enough they leave without ceremony, unlike when they were launched.
Marc Piché on Apr 14, 2005 22:47 (12 years ago)
Another laker which will soon leave our waters. A sad sight!
It must have been quite windy on the river today!

Marc
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