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You are overlooking Duluth, Minnesota which is a city built on hills overlooking the western tip of Lake Superior. The first camera to the left is owned and operated by the Corps of Engineers' Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center with funding from the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association. The next camera is focused on the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge while the next three cameras cover the Duluth Inner Harbor and the Duluth Main Harbor.
Enjoy the View! (Click here to refresh these images) or press Ctrl F5 on your keyboard.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Season ends for Duluth shipping

 Thursday, January 13, 2011 - and Departures

Cason J. Callaway departed at 01:35
Paul R. Tregurtha arrived at 10:55
Paul R. Tregurtha departed at 23:00

Friday, January 14, 2011 - Arrivals & Departures
Presque Isle arrive at 5:30
The last boat for the season came under the Duluth Lift Bridge this morning at 5:30 when the Presque Ilse arrived.


Due to repairs and painting of the south tower of the lift bridge, it is now closed until March 15th, when ice breaking will begin.

There will be a few more boats entering the harbor through the Superior Entry, but, essentially the season has ended for the webcams.

If you need a boat fix, feel free to visit the archives. If you want to watch the construction progress on the bridge, I will zoom on the work zone.

The cameras will remain on through the off season in order to view the beautiful Lake Superior sunrises and other activity in the winter city.

It has been a great shipping season and I hope you enjoyed watching the boat traffic as much as I did.  I plan on operating duluthharborcam.com in 2011 and look forward to spring thaw, right around the corner.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Harbor Traffic for Wednesday 1/12/2011

Cason J. Callaway (US) arrived  at 07:25
CSL Niagara (CA ) departed at 10:00
John G. Munson (US) arrived at 12:30

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Monday, January 10, 2011

Mesabi Miner arrival 1/9/2011

The Mesabi Miner entered the Duluth Shipping Canal on a beautiful January afternoon.

Described as a "Super Carrier", the Mesabi Miner was the fourth of thirteen "1,000 footers" built for American flag carriers on the Great Lakes. The boat was built in 1975.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Harbor Traffic for 1/8/2011

Roger Blough departed at 03:10
James R. Barker departed at 07:43
American Integrity arrived at 08:10
Arthur M. Anderson departed at 08:45
American Century arrived at 09:07
Charles M. Beeghly arrived at 10:30
American Century departed at 19:00
Charles M. Beeghly depart at 21:00

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Harbor traffic for Friday 1/7/2011

Kaye E. Barker (US ) departed at 09:05
John J. Boland (US) arrived at 11:30
James R. Barker (US) arrived at 15:50
Roger Blough arrive at 19:00
John J. Boland departed at 20:00

Friday, January 7, 2011

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Web Cam Notice!

FYI,
Although the shipping season will be ending next week, the cameras will remain on. The boats will be wintering until the first week of April, however, there are many nice "Superior Sunrises" to enjoy along with construction on the Lift Bridge.

Dennis

Harbor Traffic for 1/5/2011

James R. Barker (US) departed at 00:37
CSL Assiniboine (CA ) departed at 13:05
Arthur M. Anderson (US) arrived at 15:00

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Harbor Traffic for 1/4/2011

 You will probably never see a 700 ft laker back through the the Duluth Shipping Canal, except for last night. Harbor ice is getting so difficult to maneuver through, that the captain of the Cason Callaway chose to back his boat through the harbor, under the Duluth Lift Bridge, through the ice filled canal in the dark of night.
An interesting feat to watch. Once out in Lake Superior, the Callaway motored over to the Superior Entry to load taconite at the BN facility.
Algomarine departed at 00:30
Arthur M. Anderson arrived at 00:45
James R. Barker arrived at 10:25
H. Lee White arrived at 10:45
Cason J. Callaway arrive at 19:00

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Harbor Traffic for Monday 1/3/2011

To my fellow Harbor Watchers,
Well, I thought I would end the videos for this shipping season, however, after posting my intentions the other day, I received so many replies that I now understand how much others enjoy watching the boats on this site as much as I do.

With that said, and the fact that this is an interesting time of year to watch the few boats still struggling through the thick harbor ice. I'll keep posting the videos until the last boat comes in.

Dennis
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Philip R. Clarke (US) arrived at 07:29
Paul R. Tregurtha (US) arrived at 09:00
Philip R. Clarke (US) departed at 10:30
Algomarine (CA) arrived at 11:00
CSL Niagara (CA ) departed at 19:45
Philip R. Clarke (US) arrived at 20:00
Paul R. Tregurtha depart at 23:00

Monday, January 3, 2011

Through the Mist!

Through the icy mist of an arctic morning in Duluth, the Philip R. Clark shoves it's way through ice flows in the Duluth Shipping Canal.
Philip R. Clark
 At -10F, Sea smoke rises briskly off Lake Superior and a morning sunrise on the lake is a beauty to behold.

Enjoy!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all the visitors to Duluth Harbor Cam.

With the arrival of January, the 2010 shipping season will soon come to and end. I hope you have enjoyed watching the live views of the Duluth Harbor and the videos of harbor traffic throughout the year.

Since harbor traffic has slowed down significantly, I will not be posting any new recordings until next season. Don't forget that you can go back in the archives and view last years boat traffic, day by day.

I hope to be able to keep duluthharborcam.com operating in 2011 and hope you stop by for a visit occasionally.
If you have any recommendations for next year, please drop me a line at my email: denny.ohara@gmail.com

The live views of the harbor will continue during the off season.

Dennis O'Hara--Northern Images Photography