Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Cutter Biscayne Bay

 The CGC Biscayne Bay visited Duluth today as it prepares for the the winter ice braking season on the Great Lakes.

The 140-foot Bay-class Cutters are state of the art icebreakers used primarily for domestic ice breaking duties. They are named after American Bays and are stationed mainly in Northeast U.S. and Great Lakes. 


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