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Photo Details
Photographer:Robert Tremblay [View profile]Title:KAMINISTIQUAAdded:Jul 01, 2009
Captured:IMO:8119285Hits:557
Photo Category: Great Lakes Bulkers
Description:
Kaministuqua leaving Unity slowly and carefulluy leaving St-Catherines Locks on the St-Lawrence Seaway in front of Montreal City; wide of the locks is 80 feets. Look how close that ship skim the the walls
June 6 2009
Vessel Identification
Name:Kaministiqua
IMO:8119285
Flag:Canada
MMSI:316009457
Callsign:CFN4612
Former name(s):
- Voyageur Pioneer (Until 2008 Apr)
- Lady Hamilton (Until 2006 Nov)
- Saskatchewan Pioneer (Until 1995 Dec)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:22,388 tons
Summer DWT:36,245 tons
Length:223 m
Beam:23 m
Draught:7.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Port Dover
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1983
AIS Information
Last known position:
45°12’25.69” N, 74°17’52.91” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
11.0kts, 244° (233°)
Destination:
Location:Thunder Bay
Arrival:16th Aug 2018
16:00:29 UTC
Last update:
2 days 4 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 16th, 16:00:29 UTCThunder Bay
2018 August 9th, 14:00:15 UTCSorel
2018 July 11th, 14:15:31 UTCSorel Pq
2018 July 3rd, 01:30:36 UTCThunder Bay
2018 June 26th, 23:30:29 UTCSorel Pq
2018 June 21st, 00:00:58 UTCThunder Bay
2018 June 4th, 09:00:50 UTCThree Rivers
2018 May 19th, 21:00:39 UTCThunder Bay
2018 May 13th, 00:00:01 UTCSorel
2018 May 6th, 00:00:50 UTCThunder Bay
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Photo Comments (1)

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Magogman on Jun 11, 2009 01:47 (9 years ago)
She was designed to be maximum size to fit through the locks so she could trade in both salt water and the Great Lakes. Most bulkers that trade in the Great Lakes have lots of scrapes and scratches on the hulls from moving along the sides of the locks.
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