Canadian Navigator arrives Twin Ports

The Canadian Navigator was here 10 times in 1996 and waited until 2000 to come back again. It was not in the Twin Ports last year, but did come 3 times in each of the 2 years before that. It will be here today to load coal for Ontario Power Generation in Nanticoke. Built in 1967 in Great Britain for salt water work, it has been upgraded, sold and renamed several times. Now working in the Great Lakes, it became the Canadian Navigator in 1980. Above, it is coming into port on April 26th for the first of three trips in 2006. Photo taken on April 26, 2006
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 08-13-2008
Kenneth Newhams :