Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 21, no. 5 (February 1989), p. 14

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Lay-Up List - cont'd. 14. RAPIDS QUEEN - breakwater at Queen City Yacht Club, Algonquin Island. HOWARD L. SHAW - breakwater at Ontario Place. VICTORIOUS - breakwater at Ontario Place. Pilothouse may still be seen as part of a sailing club facility, resting near the lake shore east of Cherry Beach and south of Unwin Avenue. * * * The following major commercial vessels are laid up at HAMILTON this winter: CANADIAN CENTURY MACASSA BAY PETITE FORTE (tug) D. C. EVEREST J. W. McGIFFIN PROVMAR TERMINAL FORT ST. LOUIS MURRAY BAY PROVMAR TERMINAL II JOHN A. FRANCE NIAGARA II SILLERY H. M. GRIFFITH JAMES NORRIS WITTRANSPORT II (barge) HAMILTON ENERGY OGDENSBURG (barge) In addition, there are wintering at Hamilton a large number of tugs and as sorted small vessels, but space limitations prevent us from listing them all. * * * The following major commercial vessels are reported to be wintering at the various lake and river ports, which we list as closely as possible by area. As usual, we only include ferries, tugs and dredges if they are specifical ly noted as such, and we normally do not include derricks, scows, etc. Sydney. Nova Scotia: SAUNIERE. Sorel: BAIE ST. PAUL, BLACK BAY, HANCOCK TRADER, ILE SAINT OURS, LOCKEPORT, C. C. G. S. MONTMAGNY, ROBERT C. STANLEY, TROIS-RIVIERES, RALPH H. WATSON. Contrecoeur: ROBERT KOCH (scrap - hull only). Montreal: ARCTIC VIKING, CANADIAN NAVIGATOR, CANADIAN PROSPECTOR, CARTIER DOC, ADAM E. CORNELIUS, ENERCHEM FUSION, FEDER GULF, FERBEC, GOBELET d'ARGENT, IMPERIAL LACHINE, KANGUK, LA MARJOLAINE, LEMOYNE, ONTADOC, P. S. BARGE NO. 1, RICHELIEU, RIMOUSKI, RIVERSHELL, SIMCOE, WINNIPEG. Cardinal: J. N. MCWATTERS. Utica. New Yo r k : DAY PECKINPAUGH. Prescott: EVA DESGAGNES, STELLA DESGAGNES. Eastview: CANADIAN EMPRESS. Oswego: CLARKSON CARRIER (barge). Port Dalhousie: CORNICHE (excur. boat). Port Weller: ALGOMARINE, GARDEN CITY (excursion boat), H. M. C. S. NIPIGON, PRAIRIE HARVEST. Thorold: No lay-ups. Welland: ALGOGULF. Humberstone: ALGOSOO, E. J. BLOCK (scrap), CANADIANA, DOVER LIGHT (barge), ISLE ROYALE (scrap - remains only), McASPHALT 201 (barge), JEAN PARISIEN, SAGUENAY, TEAKBAY (tug). Port Colborne: ALGOWAY, CANADIAN EXPLORER, CANADIAN RANGER, CANADOC, CHICAGO TRIBUNE (scrap), GLENBROOK (tug), ELMORE M. MISNER (tug),TELESIS (drill boat), THUNDER CAPE (tug), TIMESAVER II (drill rig), TRAVELLER (tug). Nanticoke: CANADIAN OLYMPIC. Port Dover: HUSKY 120. Buffalo: AMERICANA, KINSMAN INDEPENDENT, HENRY STEINBRENNER. Erie: EMMETT J. CAREY, NIAGARA (museum), U. S. S. NIAGARA (museum), RICHARD REISS, J. S. ST. JOHN. Ashtabula: CHARLES M. BEEGHLY, WILLIAM J. DeLANCEY, IOWA (tug), HERBERT C. JACKSON, J. L. MAUTHE, NORTH DAKOTA (tug). Fairport: F. M. OSBORNE, RESERVE. Cleveland: AMERICAN REPUBLIC, J.A. W. IGLEHART, MARKHAM, WILLIAM G. MATHER museum), WILLIAM R. ROESCH, PAUL H. TOWNSEND, WOLVERINE. Lorain: LEON FRASER, SUMMER SUN (excursion boat). Sandusky: CHALLENGER (ferry), CITY OF SANDUSKY (excursion boat), COMMUTER (ferry), ENDEAVOR (Ferry), JOHN R. EMERY, GOODTIME I (excursion boat), KEL LEY ISLANDER (ferry).

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