CSL ASSINIBOINE - IMO 7413218
|Photographer:||Marc Piché [View profile]||Title:||CSL ASSINIBOINE||Added:||Oct 21, 2007|
||Great Lakes Bulkers|
|CSL ASSINIBOINE as shown while downbound on the St.Lawrence River off Varennes, Québec, on July 16, 2005 during her maiden voyage. Built in 1977 as JEAN PARISIEN, the ship went to Port Weller in 2004 to have new bow and cargo section built and added to the older stern part to form a new vessel. A current practice these days to allow older lakers to last longer.
Marc Piché photo.
|Vessel type:||Self Discharging Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||23,445 tons|
|Summer DWT:||33,309 tons|
|Last known position:|
|46°50’35.81” N, 91°51’43.44” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|11.5kts, 68° (70°)|
|Arrival:||7th Jan 2017|
|2 months 15 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 January 7th, 16:01:00 UTC||Superior|
|2016 November 14th, 13:00:06 UTC||Quebec City|
|2016 October 22nd, 03:00:23 UTC||Conneaut|
|2016 January 2nd, 22:00:35 UTC||Nanticoke|
|2015 December 29th, 05:00:37 UTC||Bn Superior|
|2015 December 26th, 06:00:14 UTC||Sault St Marie|
|2015 December 18th, 08:48:19 UTC||Quebec|
|2015 December 8th, 13:00:04 UTC||Sault St Marie|
|2015 November 29th, 12:00:59 UTC||Quebec City|
|2015 November 22nd, 12:00:56 UTC||Superior Bnsf||
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Belle photo Marc.
What time did she finally pass at? I see the locks have already left their grafitti on her hull. :-P
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