Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
|Rebuilds||Converted from a combination self-unloader/bulk carrier to a bulk carrier in 1977.|
|History||Maiden trip through Welland Canal, June 17, 1968, with iron ore from Pointe Noire, P.Q., for Indiana Harbor, IN.As RALPH MISENER: Suffered serious fire damage to engine room during fit-out, Port Colborne, Ont., April 3, 1969.
In collision with bulk motor vessel TATIANA L at Lanoraie off the Tracey River near Sorel, P.Q., in the St. Lawrence River, December 5, 1975. Suffered minor damage, which was repaired during winter layup.
Suffered damage to bucket unloader in a squall off Indiana Harbor on July 12, 1976. Proceeded to Port Colborne, Ontario, for survey and repairs. There was found to be considerable damage to the unloading structure, wheels, rails, shafts, gearing and electronic equipment. The damage apparently resulted when crew members failed to position the anchoring pins and stops prior to leaving the harbor, and the athwartships moving bucket trolley broke loose and was thrown from side to side.
Suffered ice damage to her bow while leaving Quebec about March 25, 1980. Suffered an engine room explosion on August 20, 1980, killing two and injuring three.
Remains of self-unloading gear cut off at Davie Shipyard, Lauzon, spring, 1977.
|Builder||Canadian Vickers, Ltd.|
|Place Built||Montreal, P.Q.|
|Name||Begin Date||Registry||Official Number|
|LEITCH, GORDON C.||1994-00-00||CANADA||328542|
|Name||Begin Date||End Date||Registry||Official Number|
|Scott Misener Steamships, Ltd.||1967-00-00||1991-00-00||CANADA||328542|
|Great Lakes Bulk Carriers||1991-00-00||1994-00-00||CANADA||328542|
|Algoma Central Corp.||2011-00-00||CANADA||32852|