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End of shipping season drives work at shipyards

8:48 AM, Jan. 13, 2013
Platform Supply Vessel 771 left dry dock for the first time just before Thanksgiving at Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay and construction of the 303-foot, seven-story vessel continues on water. The shipyard is building two PSVs for Tidewater Marine Services that will service offshore oil rigs. It is part of the winter activity at the shipyards
Platform Supply Vessel 771 left dry dock for the first time just before Thanksgiving at Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay and construction of the 303-foot, seven-story vessel continues on water. The shipyard is building two PSVs for Tidewater Marine Services that will service offshore oil rigs. It is part of the winter activity at the shipyards
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The shipping season on the Great Lakes closes Tuesday when the Soo Locks in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., cease operation for a little more than two months.

For shipyards around the region, that means winter business is headed their way.

Bay Shipbuilding Co. in Sturgeon Bay will see an influx of Great Lakes vessels coming in for seasonal repairs and overhauls after spending much of the past year hauling coal, iron ore and other commodities around the region. ...

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