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PAUL R TREGURTHA and the Angry Lake

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  • PAUL R TREGURTHA and the Angry Lake

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    It's a little rough out there today.

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  • Paul R. Tregurtha - The Largest Ship on the Great Lakes

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    Sometimes, a video title just needs to tell it like it is. Regular boat watchers on the Great Lakes are already aware that the Paul R. Tregurtha is the longest ship on the lakes. But that might not necessarily be apparent to the casual observer... though if you ever see the Tregurtha in person, you will be mightily impressed by her size. The Tregurtha's hull is 1013 feet and 6 inches long, which gives her the distinction as Queen of the Lakes, a title she's held ever since her launch in 1981. No other ship on the lakes has held that title for so long, and it's likely that no other ship will hold that title for the foreseeable future. There are 13 ships that are 1000 feet or longer on the Great Lakes, but the Tregurtha is roughly 10 feet longer than her next biggest competitor.

    For this video, we see the Tregurtha arriving in Duluth, Minnesota on the afternoon of October 8, 2020. She was in town to pick up her usual load of coal from the Superior Midwest Energy Terminal (SMET). Despite having captured the Tregurtha many times on video over the past five years, this is actually the first time I've captured her in ideal lighting conditions with the sun illuminating her bow as she makes her way through the shipping canal. After passing through the shipping canal, we then catch up with the Tregurtha again at Rice's Point to watch her make a reverse pivot and back under the John A. Blatnik bridge and head towards the SMET dock. Ships typically back up to this dock, which then allows her to depart in a forward direction once they are loaded. Turning around a loaded ship takes considerably more effort than turning around an unloaded ship!

    The Paul R. Tregurtha is powered by two Colt-Pielstick model 16PC2-3V-400 V-16 cylinder, four stroke, single acting diesel engines each rated at 8,560 bhp., giving her a total of 17,120 bhp. She has a cargo capacity of 68,000 tons, held in five cargo holds that are accessed by 36 hatches. Her self-unloading system can discharge 10,000 tons of iron ore or 6,000 tons of coal per hour. Despite being the longest ship on the Great Lakes, she is not the most powerful nor does she have the largest cargo capacity. The most powerful is the Edwin H. Gott at 19,500 bhp. The ship with the largest cargo capacity is the Walter J. McCarthy at 78,850 tons. In a way, I like it that three different ships hold their own biggest titles on the lakes. And since all three sail for different companies, each company has their own set of bragging rights!

    I have a video highlighting all 13 of the 1000-foot lakers, which gives a good look at each ship and how long, powerful, fast, and spacious each vessel is. I will link to it at the end of the video or you can see it by clicking here:

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  • Paul R. Tregurtha takes on gale force winds on Lake Superior June 15th 2014.

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    The Queen of the Lakes departing Duluth Minnesota June 15th 2014

  • Paul R Tregurtha Downbound Lake Huron to Blue Water Bridge - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Paul R Tregurtha Downbound Lake Huron to Blue Water Bridge while Captain Dayton explains late fall and winter transits on Lake Superior

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  • Duluth Lift Bridge Departure - Ships View from Paul R. Tregurtha

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    Watch from the pilot house as the Interlake Steamship Company's Paul R. Tregurtha, the longest ship on the Great Lakes at 1,013.5 feet, departs through the canal at the Duluth Lift Bridge.

    MUSIC
    Maurice Ravel: Bolero
    Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
    Antonio de Almeida

    Courtesy of Naxos of America Inc.
    Used by permission.

  • Paul R Tregurtha grounding in Duluth - 2014

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    One of the most interesting occurrences that had to do with shipping in the Duluth harbor happen in 2014 when the 1000ft Paul R Tregurtha went aground near Bayfront Park.
    This video shows some still images I took from a helicopter of the incident. While the cause is unknown, thankfully no one was hurt.

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  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 12/27/2018 - Emergency go-around

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    Follow-up information provided by Dave Campbell the Bridge Supervisor --- It’s interesting for a number of reasons, first the operator was Paul Thomas. This just happened to be the last lift of Paul’s career. At the end of the shift, Paul retired after 30 years operating the bridge. We thought it was fitting that Paul’s last lift was going to be for the Paul R. the Queen of the Lakes. Finally, he sounded so calm on the radio transmissions but not quite so calm when he called me on the phone because the bridge wouldn’t lift. We were able to go through a couple of checks and found that one of the crossing gates, though it looked like it was completely lowered, had not come down completely and was holding the bridge from going up. A quick raise and lower of the gate and we were off and running again.
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    Sometimes things do not go as routine as one would like, especially in the middle a winter storm. As the bridge was about to lift, a brief malfunction resulted in the 1000ft Paul R Tregurtha aborting the approach and circling around for successful entry. This video shows the professionalism by both the captain of the Tregurtha and the bridge operator at the time.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha Aground in Duluth, Sept. 20, 2014

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    The Paul R. Tregurtha of The Interlake Steamship Company ran aground in the mud just off the shore of Bayfront Festival Park around 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, September 20, 2014. With a full load of coal (68,000+ tons!), it was on its way out of the harbor to the Aerial Lift Bridge when it failed to navigate the turn toward the bridge. The cause is under investigation.

    The Great Lakes Towing Company tugboats Kentucky and Minnesota teamed up at the bow and stern to free the thousand footer from the mud just off shore. The Tregurtha was freed at 7:00 p.m. and proceeded to undergo an inspection.

    At 1013.5 feet, the Paul R. Tregurtha is the longest ship to navigate the waters of Lake Superior and is a favorite of many boat watchers in the Duluth Harbor and the shipping canal. (unofficially known as the Queen of the Lakes)

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  • PAUL R TREGURTHA Last Boat to the Barn

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    PAUL R TREGURTHA is the last arrival for winter layup for the 2015 shipping season. Soo locks will open again in March.

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  • Paul R Tregurtha Ship Arriving in Duluth, MN. LARGEST SHIP ON THE GREAT LAKES!

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    The Paul R Tregurtha is the Queen of the Lakes (largest ship on the Great Lakes) and comes in at 1,013.5 feet in length. The Tregurtha has a beam of 105 feet, depth of 56 feet and gross tonnage of 36,360. The ship has been in service since 1981.

  • Lake Superior Dawn - Aboard the Paul R. Tregurtha

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    Watch this spectacular dawn on Lake Superior from aboard the Interlake Steamship Company's Paul R. Tregurtha, the longest ship on the Great Lakes at 1,013.5 feet.

    MUSIC
    Gustav Holst: Hymn to the Dawn
    Hanover Girls Choir

    Courtesy of Naxos of America Inc.
    Used by permission.

  • PAUL R TREGURTHA arriving Duluth Ship Canal

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    Filmed October 8, 2020.

    The largest lake freighter on the Great Lakes, the PAUL R TREGURTHA, also known as the queen, arrives at the twin ports under the Duluth lift bridge.

    The TREGURTHA (1,014 feet long) was arriving to load coal. The arrival featured two captain's horn salutes.

  • Arthur M Anderson from aboard the Paul R Tregurtha - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Passing the Arthur M Anderson from aboard the Paul R Tregurtha

  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 04/27/2020

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this morning to load iron pellets.

  • PAUL R TREGURTHA and the Broken Bridge

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    The bridge got stuck so Big Paul had to whip around and line up for a second try. Mission accomplished.

  • Paul R Tregurtha 360 Turn - 12/01/2-17

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    People often ask why the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge raises, seemingly, before it really needs to. This morning as the 1000ft Paul R Tregurtha approached the Duluth Shipping Canal, the bridge suddenly stopped raising leaving the captain of the Tregurtha no option but to make a quick decision in order to prevent a disaster.
    The Tregurtha did a 360 turn while the bridge completed it's lift and safely entered the harbor.

  • How it looks inside Bulk Carrier?

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    MV Paul R. Tregurtha is a Great Lakes-based bulk carrier, the longest vessel active on the Great Lakes.

    Specifications:
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    Tonnage: 14,497 net register tonnage | 36,360 GT
    Length: 1,013.5 ft (308.9 m)
    Beam: 105 ft (32 m)
    Depth: 56 ft (17 m)
    Installed power: 2 × MaK M43C 6-cylinder inline four-stroke diesel engines 8,560 bhp (6,380 kW) each
    Propulsion: 2 × 5.33 m (17.5 ft) controllable-pitch propeller
    Bow thruster: 1,500 hp (1,100 kW)
    Speed: 15.5 knots (28.7 km/h; 17.8 mph)
    Capacity: Iron ore: 68,000 long tons (69,000 t)
    Coal: 63,616 long tons (64,637 t)

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  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 09/25/2020

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this afternoon to load coal.

  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 01/10/2019

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this evening.

  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 10/07/2017

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this afternoon to load coal. The video was taken by Killroy, one of my favorite drones.

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  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 07/18/2020

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this evening to load coal

  • Paul R Tregurtha downbound from the bridge - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Paul R Tregurtha downbound from the bridge

  • Sunrise on Lake Superior - Aboard the Paul R. Tregurtha

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    Check out the spectacular October sunrise on Lake Superior from the bow of the Paul R. Tregurtha, the biggest ship on the Great Lakes at 1,013.5 feet. Thanks to the Interlake Steamship Company for allowing Classical MPR to travel along!

    MUSIC
    Mussorgsky: Dawn on the Moscow River (Prelude from Khovanshchina)
    Volgograd Philharmonic Orchestra, Edward Serov

    Courtesy of Naxos of America Inc.

    Used by permission.

  • Paul R Tregurtha Blowing the Whistle - Great Lakes Freighter

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    PRT Saluting Boatnerds on the St Mary's River

  • Paul R Tregurtha Tunnel Tour Video 2 - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Paul R Tregurtha Tunnel Tour Video

  • Paul R. Tregurtha - The Twelve Hour Turnaround

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    Here is the Paul R. Tregurtha departing Duluth-Superior on the evening of April 21, 2021 with a load of coal she picked up at the Superior Midwest Energy Terminal in Superior, Wisconsin. The coal was due to be delivered to power plants in St. Clair and Monroe, Michigan. (Sometimes it's delivered to one plant, sometimes to both.) This is a companion to the earlier video I uploaded showing the Tregurtha's arrival early that morning. (I will provide a link at the end of the video you can click if you wish to see that arrival.) Total loading time for the Tregurtha was roughly 12 hours, which is the norm for a full load of coal at SMET.

    The video starts with footage of the Tregurtha maneuvering away from the SMET dock. We then see her make her way under the John A. Blatnik bridge, this time in the forward direction instead of the reverse direction! I then moved to Canal Park in Duluth to catch her move across the harbor and make the turn to line up with (and pass under) the Aerial Lift Bridge. The lighting wasn't ideal at this time of day for shooting this angle, but it still allowed for a decent view of the Tregurtha making the turn.

    Unlike the Tregurtha's early morning arrival, we received a nice captain's salute from her on departure, with quite a few boat watchers on hand to wish her well. The Tregurtha is always a good draw for visitors to Duluth's Canal Park. (Note: I left out the reply from the Aerial Lift Bridge, as the bridge salutes always distort when shooting from this particular location. Plus, once you've heard the bridge salute a few hundred times, it's nice to get the occasional break!)

    The 1013' 6 Paul R. Tregurtha is the longest ship on the Great Lakes, earning her the title Queen of the Lakes. She has held that title longer than any other lake carrier. She was launched in 1981 as the William J. DeLancey, a name she carried until 1990 when she was named after the Vice Chairman of Interlake Steamship, the ship's operator. The Paul R. Tregurtha is powered by a pair of medium-speed MaK M43C 6 cylinder diesel engines providing a combined 17,120 BHP. Her five cargo holds are accessed by 36 deck hatches. She can hold a maximum of 68,000 tons. Her self-unloading system consists of a 260-foot unloading boom which can discharge at a rate of 10,000 tons of iron ore per hour or 6,000 net tons of coal per hour.

  • Paul R Tregurtha - Time Lapse - Downbound Soo Locks & St Marys River - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Paul R Tregurtha - Time Lapse - Downbound Soo Locks & St Mary's River

  • Were going to run into you...The Paul R Tregurtha Arrival 072520

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    Pay attention after the salute, you will hear a guy yelling to the little boat that when they make their turn they are going to run into them. Not sure if the little boat realized or not, of course there was no disaster, the pleasure craft did lag back before they made the turn. It does not take much imagination to see what could have happened though.
    The Queen was arriving Duluth to Load coal at MERC (Midwest Energy). They spent the usual 13 hours in port. MERC is a very predictable dock for ship traffic.
    FYI, this is their 14th trip to the Twin Ports for the season.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha - Steel Beast Arrives Hungry For Coal

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    Here is the Paul R. Tregurtha arriving in the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin early on the morning of April 21, 2021 to pick up a load of coal from the Superior Midwest Energy Terminal (SMET). We first see her make her way through the Duluth shipping canal, passing under the Aerial Lift Bridge. I then catch her at Rice's Point, where she does a 90-degree pivot and backs under the John A. Blatnik bridge and approaches the SMET dock. The Tregurtha is almost used exclusively to haul coal from SMET to the power plants at St. Clair and Monroe, Michigan. She makes the run on average of every 6 days, give or take a day depending on weather conditions and shipping traffic.

    For this particular arrival, she came in through the piers before sunrise. As it was not yet 6am, she withheld exchanging the traditional captains salute with the Aerial Lift Bridge. This was to prevent disturbing nearby homes, whose occupants were no doubt trying to catch that last hour of sleep before heading off to work. Regardless of how many times she visits the Twin Ports, she never disappoints the people that come out to see her, even if she doesn't salute.

    As the Tregurtha backs under the Blatnik bridge (at 9:12 in the video), take note of the line on the bow that shows how high the water was mounded up at the front of the ship while she traveled across Lake Superior. The water at her bow was mounded up roughly 9-10 feet, which surely must be an impressive sight! Unfortunately, many of us don't get to see the Tregurtha when she's running at full speed.

    The 1013' 6 Paul R. Tregurtha is the longest ship on the Great Lakes, earning her the title Queen of the Lakes. She has held that title longer than any other lake carrier. She was launched in 1981 as the William J. DeLancey, a name she carried until 1990 when she was named after the Vice Chairman of Interlake Steamship, the ship's operator. The Paul R. Tregurtha is powered by a pair of medium-speed MaK M43C 6 cylinder diesel engines providing a combined 17,120 BHP. Her five cargo holds are accessed by 36 deck hatches. She can hold a maximum of 68,000 tons. Her self-unloading system consists of a 260-foot unloading boom which can discharge at a rate of 10,000 tons of iron ore per hour or 6,000 net tons of coal per hour.

  • Paul R Tregurtha - Time Lapse Loading Coal in Superior - Great Lakes Freighter

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    Paul R Tregurtha - Time Lapse Loading Coal in Superior

  • Paul R. Tregurtha - Giving Duluth a Morning Buzz

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    Who needs a cup of coffee when you have the Paul R. Tregurtha to give you a morning buzz? Here we see the 1013-foot Queen of the Lakes arrive in the Duluth, Minnesota shipping canal on June 9, 2020 shortly after sunrise. She was on her way to pick up a load of coal from the Midwest Energy dock in Superior, Wisconsin. The coal was to be delivered to St. Clair Power Plant in Michigan. This is the Tregurtha's usual run.

    The horn on the Tregurtha is somewhat unique among the 1000-footers. It sound less like a traditional horn and more like a gigantic buzzer. If you're not prepared for it, it can make you jump... even if you're somewhat accustomed to watching lakers pass through Duluth.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha - Rainy Arrival in Duluth

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    The Queen of the Lakes made her entry into Duluth on the morning of September 17, 2019, in the middle of a rainstorm. But I wasn't going to let a little rain (or lightning) stop me from capturing her on video! First we see a glimpse of the Indiana Harbor sitting at anchor outside of the Duluth harbor. (She can be see again at 4:10 behind the Tregurtha.) The sound you hear throughout the video is the sound of rain hitting the umbrella I was holding over my camera. The camera stayed dry while I got wet!

    As many of you will already know, the title of Queen of the Lakes belongs to the largest ship on the Great Lakes. At 1014 feet in length, she is the largest ship to sail the lakes... a record which will probably never be beaten. She was entering Duluth to pick up a load of coal at the Midwest Energy terminal in Superior, Wisconsin... which is her usual run.

    I managed to capture another dozen (or so) ship videos over the period of September 17 to September 20 and will be uploading them over the next couple of weeks.

  • The Biggest, The Longest, The Paul R Tregurtha!

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    A local favorite, holding the prestigious title of the longest laker on the great lakes, the Paul R Tregurtha departing Duluth November 17. They came into Duluth the night before, loaded ore at the CN dock, 15.5 hours later....departed Duluth.

  • Paul R.Tregurtha Duluth MN Largest Great Lakes Ship 1013 Ft.

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    This Video was shot May 22, 2014 15:25 / 3:15 pm the 1,013 foot Paul R.Tregurtha Queen of the Lakes Duluth Port Entry Largest Great Lakes Ship. Entry to port to load coal from Wyoming delivered to Duluth by Union Pacific RailRoad. The Tregurtha can hold 5 miles of railroad cars loaded with coal! This ship can upload with its loop elevator 6,000 tons of coal and hour once it has reached it destination. Total payload of 62,000 tons of coal.

  • Our Paul R. Tregurtha on the Detroit River

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    Watch as the longest ship on the Great Lakes -- 1,013.5 feet or more than three football fields long -- glides along the Detroit River, sails by the Motor City skyline, passes under the Ambassador Bridge and receives a mail delivery from J.W. Westcott.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha - The Queen Arrives at Dawn

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    Fans of Great Lakes shipping really need no introduction to the Paul R. Tregurtha. She is the reigning Queen of the Lakes, a designation that applies to the longest ship to actively sail the Great Lakes, measuring in at 1014 feet long. (Actually, the true length is 1013 feet and 6 inches.) Here we see the Tregurtha arriving at the Duluth shipping canal shortly after sunrise on the morning of August 1, 2020. She was bound for the Midwest Energy Terminal on the Superior side of the harbor to pick up a load of coal.

    Like I often do for arrivals, I re-located to Rice's Point to watch the Tregurtha make a reverse 90-degree turn so she could back into the Midwest Energy dock. This time I sped up the footage so you could see more of the turn, but without prolonging the video too much. Morning hours aren't always the greatest for recording at Rice's Point, but we get some sunlight illuminating the bow once the Tregurtha moves under the Blatnik highway bridge.

    We also get a short glimpse of the Tregurtha loading coal, as I pushed the limit of my 300mm camera lens. The conveyor boom that loads coal is covered, so we can't actually see the coal fall into the ship. But we at least get an idea of how the system works. Note the boom operator's station situated high above the ship.

    Keen viewers might also catch a glimpse of the couple of loons in this video, the state bird for Minnesota. Loons are often seen around the Duluth harbor, diving for fish. (Hint: They are seen near the beginning of the video.)

  • The Paul R. Tregurtha makes her first visit of the season to Duluth

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    On March 25, 2012, the longest boat on the Great Lakes, the Paul R. Tregurtha, arrived in Duluth to load coal for Detroit Edison. Watch her come in and listen to her whistle as she greets the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge.

  • PAUL R TREGURTHA and the Massive Horn Fail

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    WARNING: You may not want to use headphones.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha Enters Duluth Port July 27 2018

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    The Paul R. Tregurtha enters the Port of Duluth MN. The Tregurtha is also know as the “Queen of the Lakes.” It holds the title as the longest vessel on the Great Lakes at 1,013’ 06” (308.91m).
    The keel was laid July 12, 1979. The bow and part of the cargo section was built at American Ship Building Co., Toledo, OH and towed upon it's completion to American Ship Building Co., Lorain, OH where it was mated with the stern portion as hull # 909. It was formally launched February 4, 1981. It was christened April 25, 1981 as the William J. De Lancey for Interlake Steamship Co., Richfield, OH. It was built for Interlake's customer Republic Steel and was named in honor of its Chairman.

    On May 23, 1990 it was rechristened Paul R. Tregurtha at Sturgeon Bay. The vessel was named in honor of Mr. Paul Richard Tregurtha; Vice Chairman of Interlake Steamship Co., and Chairman, C.E.O., and 50% owner of Mormac Marine Group, Inc. (owner of Interlake Steamship Co.).

    It's powered by 2 Colt-Pielstick model 16PC2-3V-400 V-16 cylinder, four stroke, single acting diesel engines each rated at 8,560 b.h.p. They were built by the Fairbanks Morse Engine Div., Colt Industries, Beloit, WI.

    The power from the diesel engines run through a Falk single reduction gear box to twin 17’06” (5.33m) diameter controllable pitch propellers giving the vessel a rated service speed of 15.5 m.p.h., (13.469 knots) She is equipped with a 1,500 h.p. bow thruster. It has 36 hatches servicing 5 holds; the vessel is capable of carrying 68,000 long tons (69,092 mt) of iron ore at a mid-summer draft of 30’ 01” (9.17m) or a cubic capacity for 71,250 net tons of coal (equivalent of 63,616 long tons by comparison). Her Stephens-Adamson design loop belt elevator system feeds a stern mounted 260’ (79.25m) discharge boom that can be swung 100 degrees to port or starboard and is capable of unloading at a rate of 10,000 tons (10,161 mt) of ore per hour or 6,000 net tons of coal per hour. The self-unloader displaces 14,497 tons (14,730 mt) lightweight.

    Specs:
    Length 1,013' 06 (308.91m)
    Beam 105' 00 (32.00m)
    Depth 56' 00 (17.07m)
    Capacity (mid-summer) 68,000 tons (69,092 mt)
    At a draft of 30'01 (9.17m)
    Displacement (lightweight) 14,497 tons (14,730 mt)

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  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 09/24/2019

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this morning to load coal.

  • Paul R Tregurtha arriving with a lot to say.....

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    Interlake Steamship vessel, Paul R Tregurtha arriving Duluth this Saturday late afternoon with a lot to say.....a couple of get out of my way horns on the way into the Canal. We also get the Captain's salute for the fans on the pier along with a hillside salute for the Captain's friends on the hill.

  • Paul R Tregurtha Passing Detroit

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    Largest ship on the lakes, Paul R Tregurtha Passing Detroit

  • Great Lakes Freighter Paul R Tregurtha

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    Great Lakes Freighter Paul R Tregurtha down bound at Mission Point on the St. Marys River. 11-16-16

  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 08/16/2018

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth this afternoon

  • Paul R. Tregurtha leaves Muskegon

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    The Paul R. Tregurtha leaves Muskegon after unloading coal at the BC Cobb plant, which is expected to shut down in 2017 in favor of wind power.

    This is the first time that I've been able to use my new GoPro Hero 4 camera. It works well.

  • Waves and wind do not stop the Paul R Tregurtha !

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    Interlake Steamship vessel, Paul R Tregurtha coming into Duluth with the waves giving them a bit of a push! A great salute on the entry, the Captain must be calm, he sailed through like nothing was there to worry about!

  • The longest girl on the Great Lakes, the Paul R Tregurtha departing Duluth this Saturday Morn.

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    Paul R Tregurtha heading out of Duluth this Saturday with a cargo of coal for St Clair MI, we get a double tap on the salutes this morning for the fans!

  • Paul R Tregurtha departed Duluth 03/29/2019

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    Paul R Tregurtha departed Duluth this afternoon loaded with coal.

  • Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth 05/19/2020

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    Paul R Tregurtha arrived Duluth overnight to load iron pellets.

  • MV Paul R Tregurtha

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    Owned by the Interlake Steamship Co The MV Tregurtha at 1013 feet,it currently boasts the Queen of the Lakes (the largest on the great lakes complex). It was the last vessel designed and built by the American Ship Building company of Toledo Ohio in 1979. First

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