Gordon C. Leitch

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Gordon C. Leitch was built in 1968, is 730 feet long and flies the Canadian flag

G3 Marquis
Previous names:
Ralph Misener: 1968-1994
Gordon C. Leitch (2): 1994-2012
The Gordon C. Leitch was laid up in 2011 and sold for scrap in  early 2012. She was towed to the scrapyard in Aliaga, Turkey in August-September, 2012.
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gordoncleitch20090919_2959 The Gordon C. Leitch  was built as the Ralph Misener in 1968 by Canadian Vickers Shipyards at Montreal, Quebec. She is owned and operated by Upper Lakes Group, a Canadian company that sends many ships to Duluth. The Leitch is 730 feet long with five hatches that open into five cargo holds below deck. She has a maximum carrying capacity of 28,975 tons. Picture above taken Saturday, September 19, 2009: She is departing Duluth with grain loaded at the CHS 2 terminal in Superior
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Picture above taken Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Picture above taken Wednesday, November 6, 2002

Comments

  1. John Patrick Monaghan says:

    I sailed on the Leitch out of Toronto in ’55. Must have been a different Boat.

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