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Photographer:michell [View profile]Title:CCGS Louis S. St. LaurentAdded:Jan 13, 2008
Photo Category: Icebreakers
Canadian ice-breker LOUIS S ST-LAURENT leaving Baie des Ha Ha on the Saguenay river. In front
whithe fishing village.

Michel b photo (l3 janvier 08) Copyright
Vessel Identification
Name:Louiss St Laurent
Technical Data
Vessel type:Icebreaker
Gross tonnage:11,345 tons
Summer DWT:4,640 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Ottawa
Build year:1969
AIS Information
Last known position:
47°21’14.78” N, 52°38’41.36” W
Speed, course (heading):
8.1kts, 197° (199°)
Location:St. John'ss
Arrival:21st Nov 2019
10:00:14 UTC
Last update:
1 day 18 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 5th, 14:00:46 UTCBeaufort Sea
2016 November 18th, 06:00:14 UTCHalifax
2015 October 27th, 12:00:45 UTCSt. Johns Nl
2015 October 27th, 12:00:17 UTCSt. Johns Nl
2015 July 18th, 09:00:24 UTCHalifax
2014 August 3rd, 12:00:57 UTCSt John's
2014 August 3rd, 12:00:51 UTCSt John's
2014 August 3rd, 12:00:48 UTCSt John's
2014 August 3rd, 12:00:48 UTCSt John's
2014 August 3rd, 12:00:44 UTCSt John's
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Photo Comments (7)

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michell on Jan 15, 2008 23:47 (11 years ago)
Thank for your comment. No problems,
There is about one kilometer between ice-breaker and little winter house fishing. l have myself a litte house and we can fishing many differents kinds of fish. Best regards Michel
Kier Shackleton Gigeroff on Jan 15, 2008 20:44 (11 years ago)
Excellent shot! Must be a little scary being an ice-fisher there.


Les bateaux du Québec on Jan 14, 2008 02:49 (11 years ago)
En effet, belle photo avec la lumière. Merci de partager ces belles prises.
michell on Jan 14, 2008 02:11 (11 years ago)
Hello Chris,
Salutations et merci pour ton commentaire. Ici la saison d'hiver commence généralement en milieu décembre et se termine fin mars milieu avril. Les brises-glace aident continuellement les navires pour cette rude période. A la fin de l'hiver la glace peut atteindre jusqu'â 36 pouces d'épaisseur. Michel
michell on Jan 14, 2008 02:07 (11 years ago)
Merci bien Marc,
II est réellement impressionant. II n'était pas venu à la Baie depuis l97l. Beau soleil ce matin, donc meilleure lumière. Salutations Michel
Marc Piché on Jan 14, 2008 01:41 (11 years ago)
Merveilleuse image de notre plus gros brise-glaces, Michel. Très réussie.

Christian Plagué on Jan 13, 2008 18:34 (11 years ago)
Très jolie photo Michel, inhabituelle pour nous ici en France.

Avec toutes mes amitiés et Bonne Année 2008.

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