Drummond Islander II

Donald C. Hannah

Drummond Islander II was built in 1961, is 65 feet long and flies a U.S. flag

Edgar B. Speer
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drummond Islanderii2008Sep12_1981 The Drummond Islander II is a former car ferry that used to go to Drummond Island in Lake Huron. It is now being used to move a dredge and associated work tug to jobs in the Great Lakes. Owned by MCM Marine at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, it brought pipe here that it will use in suction dredging operations in the harbor.
Picture above taken Friday, September 12, 2008

Comments

  1. Tristin (loves ships) says:

    Strange transformation in uses.

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