Green Bay Shipping News

Created By:      Jason L. Leino

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American Steamship vessels in Green Bay.
Photos By: Jason LeinoVessel order; Adam E. Cornelius, American Republic, Buffalo, H. Lee White, John J. Boland, Sam Laud.
Green Bay Shipping News was last updated on:   Wednesday: April 18th, 2007

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Welcome to Green Bay Shipping News

This page was created for ship enthusiasts on the Great Lakes and all over the world. The site consists primarily of information about the port of Green Bay including; ship schedules, port terminals, port history, and photo galleries as well as shipping news and photos from around the Great Lakes.
I hope you find this information helpful and enjoyable.

Picture of the Week

The Canadian Transport passing the Algosoo
unloading at the Lambton Generating Station.
Photo by: Paul Strickland


The News Page  is updated up through 04/18/07.

* Tallow exports to resume in Green Bay (story on Port News page).

* Photos of recent visits from the American Republic and
   John G. Muson on the Port News page.

The Port of Green Bay:

Green Bay is a major port linking the Midwest to the rest of the world. Green Bay has many terminals that line the Fox River which receive materials such as coal, limestone, cement, salt, and pig iron. For more information about these terminals and their operations, check out the Terminals page.

The Port of Green Bay looking South.
Photo courtesy of: The Port of Green Bay

Visit the Brown County Port Department Website

Foxy Lady Cruises
The Foxy Lady at her dock
The Foxy Lady offers 3.5 hour cruises
that lock up the De Pere Lock and Dam
and take you along scenic stretches of the Fox River.

Available for Public Cruises APRIL ~ MID-OCTOBER - - Private Parties - - Weddings - - Special Occasions "Know Your Ships" An essential boat watchers guide to ships on the Great Lakes and Seaway. Updated annually.

2007 Issue in stock now. Pick up your issue today!

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This website is intended for hobby use. Times and information are kept as accurately as possible but should not be used for official port or navigational information.