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Topic review - Paul R. Tregurtha
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  Post subject:  Re: Paul R. Tregurtha  Reply with quote
DanR wrote:
Saw that too. Saw somewhere that the Cort is going in early now. Feel bad for the crew who had plans to be home or other places for the holidays


I read the same thing about the Cort.
Post Posted: December 17, 2017, 7:15 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Paul R. Tregurtha  Reply with quote
Saw that too. Saw somewhere that the Cort is going in early now. Feel bad for the crew who had plans to be home or other places for the holidays
Post Posted: December 17, 2017, 6:50 pm
  Post subject:  Paul R. Tregurtha  Reply with quote
I was just checking the duluthboats.com schedule and I see it has the PRT coming back up here for another load of coal. I also checked the Detroit Edison/SMET schedule and it shows the same thing. I know when she left here she was to go to Sturgeon Bay after her unload.
Post Posted: December 16, 2017, 7:31 pm

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