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December 29, 20

Calumet in Alpena - Ben & Chanda McClain
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Calumet nearing breakwall
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 unloading coal
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bow view
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Rouge River Tuesday -
Ron Piskor
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The track from a small tug is seen in the frozen waters of the Rouge beneath the Zug Island swing bridge.
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Three moored tugs in the Rouge River's old channel are starting to feel winter's icy grip on their hulls.
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CSL Tadoussac is unloading at sunset in the Rouge River's main channel.

CSL Tadoussac unloading at the Blue Circle Cement Dock in the Rouge River - Mike Nicholls
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Mckee Sons and Invincible were freed about 3 p.m. Sunday -
 David T. Borg
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View of the Mckee Sons with the additional tugs Carolyn Hoey and Patricia Hoey near the bow.
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Stern view of the Mckee Sons and Invincible stuck in the mud with one of the rescuers, Rebecca Lynn alongside.
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The stern of the Mckee Sons swings upriver while being pushed on the port side by the tugs Idaho, Vermont and Wyoming with the others assisting on the starboard side.

Isla Roatan, Honduras February 2010 -
Paul Beesley
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Carnival Glory secured at the dock built for various cruise ships.
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Paddling into the jungle.
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The Glory close to the special-built boutiques.
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 Costa Atlantica at the same dock.  She was one of half dozen cruise ships that followed each other around.

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