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The Agawa Canyon

Built at Collingwood, Ontario in 1970. She measures in at 646 feet.

The Algorail

Built at Collingwood, Ontario in 1968. She measures in at 640 feet in length.

The John J. Boland

She was built at Sturgeon Bay, WI in 1973, and sailed as the Charles E. Wilson until 2000, when she was sold and renamed the John J. Boland. To make things more confusing, she was replacing another ship by her new owners that was the John J. Boland. The previous John J. Boland was sold and renamed the Saginaw and is still sailing the lakes. This version of the John J. Boland comes in at 680 feet in length.

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