To begin the new year, we saw the arrival of our port’s most frequent visitor, the steamship Wilfred Sykes.
While the calendar has switched from 2018 to 2019, the shipping season continues in the port of Grand Haven.
Port City Marine’s articulated tug/barge combination Prentiss Brown/St. Marys Challenger was the only visitor in our port this past week.
Pere Marquette Shipping’s articulated tug/barge Undaunted/Pere Marquette 41 was the only traffic in our port over the past week
The steamship Wilfred Sykes has been busy working the slag trade between the bottom of Lake Michigan and Grand Haven in recent weeks.
The Port of Grand Haven saw quite a bit of activity this past week as the calendar turned from November to December.
The port of Grand Haven received two cargoes this past week.
One of Grand Haven’s most frequent visitors was the only arrival to our port in the past week.
Our port’s most frequent visitor, the Wilfred Sykes, was the lone visitor to our port this past week. The steamship delivered a load of slag to the Meekhof’s D&M dock on Harbor Island.
This past week, the port of Grand Haven saw five different vessels make an appearance in town. Some of these vessels were more rare than others.
Kaye E. Barker also delivers to Grand Haven’s port in the past week.
The 630-foot Calumet was visiting for the third time this season.
On Tuesday morning, Interlake Steamship Co.’s self-unloading motor vessel Kaye E. Barker arrived in port with a load of coal for the Board of Light & Power Plant on Harbor Island.
The port of Grand Haven saw an old visitor return to our port with a new name this past week.
Grand Haven received three cargoes in the past week: two by the Kaye E. Barker and one by the Wilfred Sykes.