Federal St. Laurent last saltie in

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The Federal St. Laurent should be here this afternoon to load soy beans for Finland. This will be the 10th trip here since it arrived on June 6, 1996 as a brand new, bright red ship. It is still red but with saltwater, locks and docks working away on it over the last 10 years, the bright is probably gone. It will most likely be the last salt water ship of the season. Photo taken September 2, 2004.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 12-17-2005

Federal St. Laurent

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The Federal St. Laurent came into port Monday evening. It made a big splash when it was here in 1996. It was brand new, large and very red. Today, it is not quite new, but still very red and very large. The ship’s crew, all from India, will take their cargo of wheat from Duluth to Italy, leaving sometime later today. Photo taken April 6, 1998.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 09-02-2004

Federal St. Laurent: First saltwater ship of 1998

Arrived: April 6, 1998 at 10:29 am
federalstlaurant980406The Port’s 1998 St. Lawrence Seaway navigation season began April 6 with the arrival of the Barbados-flagged Federal St. Laurent. She loaded 19,800 tons of AGP spring wheat at AGP Grain Limited in Duluth. The wheat was destined for Allied Mills in Seaforth, England.
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