Thanks for posting this Dennis. I was awake in Central MN and witnessed it live. It was amazing that the captain was able to navigate the channel in that wind!
wow! how quickly conditions turned from seemingly serene to so severe!thanks for the incredible footage Denny!thoughts are with you & your family as you attempt the clean-up. :-)
great video, thanks. I was near there when he came in and it was amazing.
We were staying at the South Pier Inn during the storm. We were awakened at 3:30am by the storm. I didn't see him come in, but it was by far, the worst thunderstorm line I have ever experienced. To put that into perspective, I am 69 years old and have lived in Indiana all my life. So I have seen my share of bad storms. The Captain was on his game for certain.
Can't access comments using ipad air. Sorry about your house; glad you're safeCasna
Thank you for posting this video. I read the article in the Duluth newspaper about the captain and the bridge operator. It was really something that the captain was able to navigate the ship with winds at 100 miles an hour. I felt really sorry for the bridge operator experiencing the bridge swaying like it did. It must have been a very scary experience.
I noticed this year alot of boat are not saluting. Is there a reason did someone complain. I'm a avid boat nerd and enjoy watching this site at work and miss hearing the salutes.