Boat Schedule

Here is the latest ship schedule

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  1. It would be nice if they said where they came from.Like Burns Harbor or East Chicago...etc.

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  2. Love watching the boats come and go!

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  3. Has Michipicoten gotten new engines recently? She's an older boat but really "hauling the mail" this season, over 14 knots at times.

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  6. This new site 'misses" many arrivals at Two Harbors. Why?

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  7. I'm sure Dennis has a better answer than I do, but I find I need to switch between both cams to "catch" the boats as they enter depending on the angle they enter at.

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    1. My question is about the missing boats on the schedule, not cameras.

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    2. I heard that the people that ran the ols schedules quit. It's a shame, it's now hit and miss at Two Harbors and Superior. Does any one know of a schedule we could go to?

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  8. The scheduling site is still a work in progress. There are still some technical difficulties linking the AIS. It is coming along nicely though and is manages by the Marine Museum staff.

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  9. One easy way is to go to marinetraffic.com, right click on the boat and click on the port of destination. This will give you the remaining enroute time.

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  10. i like the older version of shipping information better.

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  11. it seems like they shift around the ships if one port is really busy. Like right now the Algoma is waiting to get into Two Harbors with the Block in there now and the Speer about4-5 hours out. Will the Speer end up going somewhere else?

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  12. https://harborlookout.com/#/ships#0

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