Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin

 Robert S. Pierson

Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin was built in 1973, is 740 feet long and flies the Canadian flag

Saginaw
Previous names:
H.M. Griffith (stern): 1973-2000
Rt . Hon. Paul J. Martin: 2000-

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260408-1-009The M.V. Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin is 740 feet long and 78 feet one inch wide. That is the maximum size a ship can be and still navigate the St. Lawrence Seaway locks. This ‘new’ ship was built using the engine room of the HM Griffith. She made 12 trips to the port of Duluth-Superior in the 2012-2013 season. Above right, she departs Duluth on April 8, 2006
2015
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The Rt. Hon Paul J. Martin departs Duluth on May 12, 2015 with iron ore pellets loaded at the CN dock
2012
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In the Duluth harbor on August 19, 2012 departing after loading iron ore pellets at the CN dock; below, arriving October 15 to load iron ore pellets.
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2009
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Above, arriving Duluth on January 11, 2009
2008
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After waiting at anchor off the Duluth piers, she comes into port to load iron ore pellets on April 1, 2008
2006
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April 8, 2006, she departed Duluth with iron ore pellets.
2005
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The Martin transferring iron ore pellets to the Atlantic Huron at the Port Terminal on January 7, 2000. Click here for more on this interesting event and here.
2002
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Above, she departs Duluth on May 29, 2002; below, she is arriving July 5.
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2000
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Above, she arrives Duluth on May 25, 2000; below the same on July 23rd.
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Comments

  1. Robert Sibley says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    I am the holder of a Third Class Marine diesel ticket and i was wondering where i might forward a resume so it would reach the right people in the C.S.L. Co-operation. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank You
    Bob Sibley

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