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Photo Details
Photographer:Vedran Mlacic [View profile]Title:ALGOBAYAdded:Jun 10, 2007
Captured:IMO:7711725Hits:950
Photo Category: Great Lakes Bulkers
Description:
A SELF UNLOADING BULK CARRIER ALGOBAY IN LONG TERM LAY-UP MOORED JUST NORTH OF CHERRY STREET LIFT BRIDGE (TURNING BASIN) IN TORONTO HARBOUR EAST. I WAS TOLD SHE WILL BE DEPARTING OVERSEAS TO POLAND TO HAVE HER FOREBOBY REPLACED WITH A NEW ONE. PHOTO: March 24, 2004 (WEDNESDAY) @ 9:53 AM.
UPDATE: I HAVE SEEN HERE ON 25.01.2006 AND SHE IS STILL HERE, I GUESS HER GOING OVERSEAS FOR REBUILD WAS JUST A RUMOUR.
Owner: Algoma Central Marine/GT:7,731t/NT:15,086 t/DWT:35,028 t/Length:217.31 m (730'00")/Breadth:
23.14 m (75'10")/Depth:14.18 m/Draught:9.58 m
(46'06")/Self-Propelled Power:10,700 BHP/Speed:
12 knots/Fuel Type:Diesel
Vessel Identification
Name:Riffadcle R Latimer
IMO:7711725
Flag:Canada
MMSI:316013980
Callsign:VCPK
Former name(s):
- Algobay (Until 2012 Oct)
- Atlantic Trader (Until 1997 Apr)
- Algobay (Until 1994 Apr)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Self Discharging Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:24,102 tons
Summer DWT:37,257 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Sault Sainte Marie
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1978
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (2)

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Vedran Mlacic on Mar 25, 2006 04:24 (10 years ago)
Overseas???just the gossip, nobody is gonna benefit from the forebody job. Seen her back in January at the same berth.
Au voir
Vedran
Lanaud on Feb 04, 2006 16:32 (10 years ago)
Nice 'cold' shot. Was there pretty often when my dad worked for Ship Repairs and Supplies back ine the late 60's.

Overseas? That's too bad. Shipyard's in Canada sure could use the work but if they got a better price overseas, it's their decision. Seems to me that Canadian workers could have benefitted from that money in the economy :-(
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