Baie Comeau

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Baie Comeau was built in 2013, is 739 feet long and flies the Canadan flag

Baie St. Paul
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click below to hear her whistle on September 9, 2014.
The Baie Comeau is the 4th Trillium class boat built in China for Canada Steamship. Built in 2013, she made 7 trips here that year, loading both coal and iron ore pellets. The coal was taken to the mouth of the St. Lawrence River where it was offloaded to larger ocean going ships going to Europe. To mid July, she made 6 trips to the Twin Ports in 2014.
Above and just below, she is departing Duluth on August 27, 2014
Just below, she is coming under the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge on January 5, 2014. Below that, she was discharging grain at Riverland Ag on September 29, 2013. (The other 3 trillium class boats are the Whitefish Bay, Baie St. Paul and Thunder Bay.)


  1. Just out of curiosity, how does a ship built in China physically get to Lake Superior?

  2. Had the pleasure of greeting her in Port Colborne recently and filmed this clip..wound up giving the Wheelsman a ride home …second guy off the ladder

  3. Austin loves ships says:

    I like boatz

  4. jon reilly says:

    Would be interesting to know what that ship cost to build.

  5. Austin loves ships says:

    Trillium class

  6. Denny Dushane says:

    Great photo Ken of the Baie Comeau unloading in Duluth. She loaded that cargo in Sarnia, Ontario at the Cargill Grain Elevator and I happen to see and photograph her loading that cargo in September at the time. I am still waiting to see this fine looking vessel on the St. Clair River either upbound or downbound. The only photos that I have is of her loading in Sarnia from the stern end as that is all I could get then.

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