Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 33, no. 6 (March 2001), p. 12

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LAY-UP LISTINGS - WINTER 2000-2001 12. With this issue, we conclude our annual winter lay-up listings by presenting lists for ports from which we had no record earlier, and by adding to or otherwise correcting listings we gave last month. One of the problems that we faced this year was that due to an extraordinarily late navigation season, particularly in the coal and salt trades, a number of vessels were not laid up in time to be reported last month. Halifax: Delete ALGOCATALYST (back to service Feb 8). Sorel: Add ALGOCATALYST (had departed Jan. 18 but returned Feb. 14), PETROLIA DESGAGNES (Jan. 31 - Feb. 14 only). Montreal: Add SAUNIERE (arrived Feb. 2). Port Credit: Add RIDGETOWN (permanent breakwater but from a distance looks as if still in service, so why not list her? ). Hamilton: Add CONGAR (barge). Port Colborne: Add CANADIAN OLYMPIC. Tug JANE ANN IV should have been shown as at Humberstone as she is at Robin Hood elevator with SARAH SPENCER. Wheatley: Correct name of tug is JENNY J. (not JENNY T. 11). Erie: JOHN R. EMERY, LANSDOWNE (former carferry), NIAGARA (U. S. brig. /opera­ ting museum), DAY PECKINPAUGH, RICHARD REISS, J. S. ST. JOHN, VICTORIAN PRINCESS (excursion), VIKING I (carferry). Fairport: EMMETT J. CAREY, F. M. OSBORNE. Cleveland: ALPENA, CAPT. BARNABY (tug), CHERAW (tug), ANTHONY J. CELEBREZZE (firetug), U. S. S. COD (submarine/museum), FOREST CITY (bumboat), GOODTIME III (excursion), HORNBLOWER RESTAURANT (stern section of 1894-built steamer KEARSARGE), WILLIAM G. MATHER (museum), NAUTICA QUEEN (excursion), DAVID Z. NORTON, OHIO (tug), BENJAMIN RIDGWAY (tug), ST. MARYS CEMENT (barge), TRITON (tug), FRED R. WHITE JR. Lorain: PROGRESS III (derrick barge from Toronto). Toledo: AMERICAN REPUBLIC, ARMCO, JOHN J. BOLAND, WILLIS B. BOYER (museum), BUCKEYE, COURTNEY BURTON, JOSEPH H. FRANTZ, GEMINI, ILLINOIS (tug), KELL­ STONE I (barge), MANITOWOC (carferry barge), MIDDLETOWN, MONTANA (tug), EARL W. OGLEBAY, FRANK PALLADINO JR. (tug), JAMES PALLADINO (tug), PRAIRIELAND (tug), ROANOKE (carferry barge), ST. CLAIR, SATURN, GEORGE A. STINSON, WINDSOR (carferry barge), WOLVERINE. Dearborn: KAYE E. BARKER, LEE A. TREGURTHA. River Rouge: COLUMBIA, DETROIT (carferry barge), HELENE (yacht), NANCY ANNE (tug), PENNSYLVANIA (tug), STE. CLAIRE, VERMONT (tug), WISCONSIN (tug), WYOMING (tug). Detroit: ALABAMA (barge), DIAMOND BELLE (excursion), DIAMOND JACK (excur­ sion), DIAMOND QUEEN (excursion), CAROLYN HOEY (tug), M. HOEY (that was all of name showing when observed), PATRICIA HOEY, SUSAN HOEY, J. A. W. IGLE­ HART, MAGNETIC (tug), SHANNON (tug). Ojibway: CAPE TRANSPORT (barge), DOUG McKEIL (tug), OAKGLEN, STORMONT (tug). Windsor: METIS (barge). Note correct allocation of lay-ups between Windsor and Ojibway. Sarnia: Add CAPT. HENRY JACKMAN, C. C. G. S. SAMUEL RISLEY. Port Huron: Carferry barge is PERE MARQUETTE 10 (not SCOTIA II). Midland: MISS MIDLAND (excursion), SERENDIPITY PRINCESS (excursion). Orillia: ISLAND PRINCESS (excursion), MARIPOSA BELLE (excursion). Owen Sound: Add ALGOWEST (arrived Feb. 15 - latest ever? ). Muskegon: A-410 (barge), BARBARA ANDRIE (tug), MARIBETH ANDRIE (tug), MERE­ DITH ANDRIE (tug), HIGHWAY 16 (L . S . T . /museum, ex ferry), W. G. JACKSON (re­

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