CSL Tadoussac

 CSL St-Laurent

CSL Tadoussac was built in 1969, is 730 feet long and flies the Canadian flag

Cuyahoga
Previous names:
Tadoussac: 1969-2001
CSL Tadoussac: 2001-

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Listen to her whistle on August 21, 2014
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Above, the CSL Tadoussac departs Duluth on May 12, 2011.
CSL Tadoussac approaches the Duluth Aerial Lift BridgeThe CSL Tadoussac was  here many times as the Tadoussac but in 2001, she was upgraded by Canada Steamship Lines and the company’s initials were attached to the boat’s name. During the upgrade, she was widened from 75 feet to 78 feet and the cargo self-unloading system was upgraded. She almost always loads iron ore pellets when she is here, either at CN or BNSF. During the 2012-13 season she made 19 trips to the Twin Ports.
Picture above taken Wednesday, August 29, 2007
CSL Tadoussac goes out into Lake Superior after leaving Duluth
Picture above taken Friday, July 26, 2002: departing Duluth
CSL Tadoussac approaches the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge
Picture above taken Friday, July 26, 2002: departing Duluth
CSL Tadoussac arriving in Duluth to load iron ore pellets
Picture above taken Tuesday, July 24, 2001
Tadoussac, now called the CSL Tadoussac
The ship started out as just the Tadoussac, as you can see just above in a picture I took while she was coming into Duluth on October 13th, 2000.

Comments

  1. Christian says:

    This ships horn is deep loud and sounds beautiful

  2. From wha I see in the pictures most of the CSL ships need paint!

  3. All CSL ships have the writing on their side. The majority have CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES on their sides, the name of the parent company.

  4. What are the sponsons on the side of the ship for?

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