Prosna, a river, a race and a ship

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Here is the 2015 edition of the annual race through the Prosna River in Poland. The race attracts a lot of runners and the streets by and over the river are filled with spectators. They even named a ship after the river and she arrived Duluth this morning (May 11, 2016) and is now loading grain at the CHS terminal located on the St. Louis River in Superior.
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Check the ship page for the Prosna.

Comments

  1. Good one
    thanks
    Ken

  2. What is the difference between a TIM S. DOOL and. TK-S DOOL?

  3. https://www.uscg.mil/hq/cgcvc/cvc3/references/Rules_of_Road_Quick_Reference.pdi don’t know why for this ship but I finally found an official definition.

  4. Tom from Mpls says:

    Maybe no bow or stern thruster so she needs a tug to help her maneuver? I still think the top picture is everyone running to get the latest copy of the Duluth Shipping News! Thanks for all your hard work Ken. You’re the best!!

  5. Why was her status listed as (Restricted Maneuverability)

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