Port of Thunder Bay
The Port of Thunder Bay is located at the head of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, a dynamic navigable waterway that stretches 3700 kilometres into the heart of the North American continent.
A one-way voyage through the Seaway to Thunder Bay takes about five days with ships 228.6 metres in length, 23.8 metres in width with a draft of 8.2 metres being elevated some 180 metres through 16 of the most efficient locks in the world.
The Latest News:
- January 14, 2014: 2013 Shipping Season Ends
The 2013 Shipping Season in the Port of Thunder Bay came to an end Monday with the departure of MV Saginaw. The ...
- September 27, 2013: Welcoming MV Thunder Bay to the Port of Thunder Bay
Canada Steamship Lines (CSL), the Thunder Bay Port Authority and city officials held a celebration today to welcome ...
- September 12, 2013: First Newly-built Canadian Laker in 27 Years Loading in Thunder Bay
The Port of Thunder Bay welcomed yesterday the first new Canadian Laker to be built for Seaway use in over a quarter ...