The Kaye E. Barker has visited Grand Haven nine times this year. This was its last trip into our port for the season.
One ship visited Grand Haven in the past week, and it was the same one that stopped in the week before.
Grand Haven only had one visitor this past week, and it was the Wilfred Sykes, which arrived after dark Nov. 4 with a load of slag for Verplank’s Dock in Ferrysburg.
To close out October, the port of Grand Haven received three cargos in one day.
Two ships called on Grand Haven in the past week.
Weather proved to be an issue this past weekend, and several ships that were due into port were taken off the schedule due to winds and waves, so we only managed one cargo in the past week.
The Manitoulin and Kaye E. Barker both visited Grand Haven in this week.
All four of our active docks received a cargo in the last week of September and into October.
Three ships visited Grand Haven in the past week.
Six ships called on Grand Haven in the past week.
Two ships visited Grand Haven in the past week.
As expected, Port City’s articulated tug/barge Bradshaw McKee/St. Mary’s Conquest came in late on Tuesday night with a cargo of cement for the terminal in Ferrysburg.
On Aug. 24, Pere Marquette Shipping’s tug/barge Undaunted/Pere Marquette 41 came into port with a load of stone for Verplank’s dock in Ferrysburg.
It’s interesting to note that these vessels were constructed for service on saltwater at shipyards on the Great Lakes, and have now returned to where they were built.