May 23, 2018 - MLive.comFreighters that crisscross the Great Lakes carry more than 100 million tons of cargo each year. Keeping their hardworking crews happy has a lot to do with the talented chief stewards and cooks who keep a seemingly endless stream of meals, snacks and baked goods flowing from the galleys.
April 30, 2018 - Crain's Cleveland Business
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October 2, 2017 - Ship & Bunker
September 14, 2017 - WTVG 13abcMonroe, MI (WTVG) - 13abc's Lissa Guyton and videographer Todd Gaertner had a rare opportunity to go along for the ride as the ship unloaded coal in the Detroit area and Monroe.
September 1, 2017 - Lakeland BoatingWriter Craig Ritchie takes a ride on our Lee A. Tregurtha.
August 28, 2017 - The Plain DealerMARBLEHEAD, Ohio - A rumbling conveyor belt carried crushed stone to the holds of the 700-foot Pathfinder barge, its V-shaped stern nocked like an arrow with the bow of the 124-foot tug Dorothy Ann as they rode as conjoined twins in Lake Erie's calm early morning waters at the Marblehead dock.
August 1, 2017 - Cleveland MagazineWith a load of limestone coming out of Marblehead, Capt. Jeremy Mock, master of the 711-foot Dorothy Ann-Pathfinder, scans the horizon. It’s 20 minutes past five o’clock in the morning on an early summer day. From his 72-foot eye-sight on the bridge, Mock already can see the red sliver of first light coming across the lake.
June 5, 2017 - Marine LinkThe 1,004-foot M/V James R. Barker has sailed from the Twin Ports with a new specialized cargo: 60,000 tons of Mustang superflux pellets – the first shipment of its kind since the new pellet production began at Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.’s United Taconite mine last month.
April 17, 2017 - Cleveland.comThey're called boatnerds, people who relish the commercial ships that navigate the Great Lakes, delivering iron ore, coal and other aggregates from one port, or one lake, to another.