The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Edwin H. Gott; upstream


Description
Creator:
Diane Bédard, Photographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Digital photograph of the Gott as she completes the Belle Isle turn in the Fleming Channel, headed upstream at sunset.

Edwin H. Gott, of the USS Great Lakes Fleet, is one of thirteen 1000 foot vessels sailing the Great Lakes. Launched on July 19, 1978, Gott has the largest horsepower diesel engine on the lakes (19,500)

EDWIN H. GOTT's Details:
Ship Type: Dry Cargo (almost exclusively carries taconite)
Length x Breadth: 306 m X 32 m
Speed recorded (Average): 11.1 knots
Flag: USA
Call Sign: WXQ4511
IMO: 0, MMSI: 366971370
Draught: 7.3 m
Date of Publication:
29 Oct 2011
Dimensions:
Width: 1600 px
Height: 693 px
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
Edwin H. Gott
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.3389066156593 Longitude: -82.9540652844238
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc [more details]
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Edwin H. Gott; upstream
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Edwin H. Gott; upstream


Digital photograph of the Gott as she completes the Belle Isle turn in the Fleming Channel, headed upstream at sunset.

Edwin H. Gott, of the USS Great Lakes Fleet, is one of thirteen 1000 foot vessels sailing the Great Lakes. Launched on July 19, 1978, Gott has the largest horsepower diesel engine on the lakes (19,500)

EDWIN H. GOTT's Details:
Ship Type: Dry Cargo (almost exclusively carries taconite)
Length x Breadth: 306 m X 32 m
Speed recorded (Average): 11.1 knots
Flag: USA
Call Sign: WXQ4511
IMO: 0, MMSI: 366971370
Draught: 7.3 m