Shipping traffic for Friday, April 5The 1,000-foot Stewart J. Cort arrives at the Superior entry Thursday afternoon to load iron ore at the Burlington Northern docks in Superior.
The 1,000-foot Stewart J. Cort arrives at the Superior entry Thursday afternoon to load iron ore at the Burlington Northern docks in Superior. The Cort was built in 1972 as the first 1,000-foot vessel to sail the Great Lakes. The Cort is also the only 1,000-foot vessel with the bridge and crew quarters at the bow. The Cort is expected to complete loading and depart early this morning.
Morning: Paul R. Tregurtha, departing with coal; Algoma Navigator, arriving to unload salt and load iron ore pellets
Evening/night: American Century, arriving to load coal
Morning: Burns Harbor, arriving to load iron ore pellets
Morning: Joseph L. Block, departing with iron ore pellets
Afternoon: Manitowoc, arriving to load iron ore pellets
For updated information 24 hours a day, call the Boatwatcher’s Hotline at (218) 722-6489.
Source: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lake Superior Maritime Visitors Center in Canal Park. Arrival and departure times are not official and can vary widely.