Second visit to Duluth for Solina

The Solina arrived off the Duluth piers on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. After going under the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge, she picked up assistance from two Great Lakes Towing tugs for her trip to the CHS grain terminal in Superior where she will be loading wheat.

Solina, finally

solina20130828_0044The Solina arrived off the Duluth piers on August 16 and dropped her anchor. Two weeks later, she finally came in, at 5pm on August 28, 2013. She is one of many ships owned by the Polish Steamship Company that come to Duluth. She was built in 2012 in Nantong, China and was named after the village in Poland of the same name, population 190. The village is right next to Lake Solina, a popular spa. She entered the St. Lawrence Seaway on August 4th, 2013. After stops to discharge cargo in Cleveland, Burns Harbor and Milwaukee, she arrived off the Duluth piers to wait. She had 3 passengers aboard who got an extended vacation in Duluth. One came into port, and two stayed aboard ship.