The Great Tugboat Race

Ojibway

                
The Ojibway was built as hull number 526 in 1945 by the Great Lakes Engineering Works in Astabula, OH. After making the journey to the Soo Locks the vessel has remained there ever since. She can easily be seen servicing her fleet mates and under contract will deliver to ships of other fleets, including Interlake Steamship. Her namesake is for the Ojibwa tribe of Indians, some of the first inhabitants of the land around the Great Lakes. This vessel does not participate in The Great Tugboat Race festivities but is a known vessel around the port of Sault Ste Marie.






Owner: MCM Marine
Year Built: 1945
Gross Wt: 65 Tons
Length: 53 Feet
Beam: 28 Feet
Draft: 7 Feet
Horsepower: 190



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