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April 18, 20

Beauharnois to Cap St Michel - Captain Clarence Vautier
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Atlantic Huron meeting the Algobay at Cap St Michel along the St Lawrence below Montreal
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Jumbo Vision at Beauharnois
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Glen, secured at the eastern Port of Montreal
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Maersk Palermo moored at the Port of Montreal sec 60-61
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Triton Seagull unloading sugar at sec 46, Port of Montreal

Welland canal traffic Monday - Michel Gosselin
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Atlantic Steamer in Port Robinson
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Stern view
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Federal Hunter just left lock 1
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Stern view
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Federal hunter and Mapleglen passing
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Mapleglen heading toward lock 1
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Stern view
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Michiganborg approaching bridge 4
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Stern view

Miramis slides the wall into Iroquois Lock - Ron Beaupre
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No port of registry on the stern. Maltese flag flying.

Col. James M. Schoonmaker -Bob Vincent
The Maritime Archaeological Survey Team (MAST) is composed of volunteers, divers and non-divers who support and participate in research, and documentation of Ohio's underwater historic resources. MAST held a practical exercise on the Col. James M. Schoonmaker museum ship on Sunday April 15, 2012 to educate new members on survey techniques.  The Saturday's workshops that took place at the Toledo Maritime Center, future home of the National Museum of the Great Lakes, focused on such topics as ship construction, archival research, shipwreck report writing, and survey techniques.  Sunday, the students were using the trilateration method, which is using two points measurements off a baseline for sketching the ship. For more information on MAST go to
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Forward deck house of the Col. James M. Schoonmaker
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Scott Pansing (L) checking the baseline
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 MAST students on the starboard side using the trilateration for sketching the ship
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Port side view of students who where working of the baseline
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Looking aft
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View of the Aft deck housing

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