Cornelia in, to replace the departing Federal Maas

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The Cornelia came in from her anchorage (above) this afternoon (November 10, 2016). After a short wait at the Port Terminal, she will move over to Riverland Ag this evening to replace the Federal Maas, that left the dock about an hour later going off to deliver her cargo.
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American Mariner departs while Cornelia waits, again!

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Before departing this morning (above, on October 30, 2016), the American Mariner arrived Duluth on Friday evening, October 28, 2016 to load wheat at the General Mills elevator in Superior.
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The Cornelia is at anchor off the Duluth piers waiting to come in to load grain. She arrived in the Twin Ports on October 16 with a cargo of cement she discharged at CRH, previously Holcim and before that St. Lawrence Cement. After discharging her cement cargo, she went out to the anchorage to wait before coming in for her grain cargo.
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The Mariner will carry her wheat cargo to Buffalo and discharge it at General Mills grain elevators there. This was her 11th trip here this season. On other trips, she has brought limestone and loaded coal or iron ore pellets. The Cornelia is here for her second time and her second time spending more than a few days at anchor. Last year, she had some legal difficulties that kept her out there for over 40 days. Since then, she was sold and is now free of any legal entanglements; just waiting and enjoying the weather.
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Skawa arrives Duluth

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The Skawa entered the Duluth ship canal late this afternoon, October 25, 2016, on her way to CHS 2 to load flax and wheat. Built in 2012, she is making her first trip to the Twin Ports. She is one of many we see here from Polish Steamship Company. The Skawa is a river in Southern Poland

Elbeborg in, Cornelia out (at anchorage) waiting

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The Elbeborg arrived Duluth on Friday, October 21, 2016 to load beet pulp pellets. Behind her, the Cornelia is back at her old station off the Duluth piers, waiting to come in to load grain. She arrived with a cargo of cement she discharged at the CRH US dock  (formerly Holcim, and before that St. Lawrence Cement).

Olza, the 5th of 8 sister ships to visit Duluth from Poland

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The Polish operated Olza arrived Duluth yesterday (Thursday afternoon, October 15, 2016) to load wheat at Riverland Ag (formerly Cargill) in Duluth. Built in China  in 2012 by the Polish Steamship Company, she made her first of 4 visits to the Twin Ports on May 11, 2014 when she loaded grain at CHS in Superior. She was back in November the same year to load grain at the Peavey elevator in Superior. Last year, she loaded grain at CHS in November. She is one of eight sister ships built for the Company since 2011. Her 7 sisters are Regalica, Narew, Raba, Prosna, Skawa, San and Ina, 4 of which have visited Duluth Superior (check links just above). They are all 491 feet long.

HHL Amazon arrived Duluth to load grain.

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The HHL Amazon was built as the Beluga Fairy in 2009. She came here with that name on September 12, 2010 to load grain. She was sold, renamed to HHL Amazon, repainted and arrived here on June 21, 2012 with wind turbine nacelles she loaded in Spain that were later sent to Montana by truck. She came under the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge today (above, August 27, 2016) to load grain.

Taagborg arrives Duluth – first trip to Twin Ports

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The Dutch flagged Taagborg arrived Duluth around 10:30 Sunday morning on August 14, 2016. Built in 2013, this is her first trip here. After coming under the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge, she turned up the Duluth harbor (above) on her way over to HS2 in Superior to load grain.
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