Edwin H. Gott

Edwin H. Gott was built in 1979, is 1004 feet long and flies a U.S. flag

 The Edwin H. Gott is the most powerful ship on the Great Lakes, generating 19,500 hp with two diesel engines. She has a self-unloading boom on deck that can be extended to shore to discharge cargo at a rate of 10,000 tons per hour. This ship was named for the President of the United States Steel Company from 1967 to 1969.
 
2018
 Above, she arrived for winter layup on January 17, 2018 and is seen above at her dock at the Port Terminal
 2017
 
 At Port Terminal on July 27, 2017
 2016
 
 At her layup berth on January 14, 2016
 2015
 
The Gott arrives under the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge on April 10, 2015
2009
 
Picture above taken Friday, January 16, 2009
 
The Duluth Fire Department uses the Gott for training while she is in winter layup on March 3, 2009, to prepare for any fires aboard a ship in port.
The Gott greets visitors at the Duluth ship canal as she arrived on June 24, 2009
2008
The Gott spent winter layup on 2008 at the Port Authority dock. Picture taken March 11, 2008
Picture above taken Sunday, March 23, 2008
2005
 
Picture above taken Monday, August 22, 2005

2003
Arriving Duluth at sunset on November 2, 2003
2002
Winter layup at the cement dock in Duluth; above in January, shortly after she arrived, and below, in March, just before she departed
She brought a lot of Lake Superior with her when she came into port on December 9, 2003
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