A vessel designed for trading between the lakeside ports on the great lakes of North America.
a type of ship designed for carrying cargo on the Great Lakes
a ship capable of transiting the St. Lawrence Seaway locks to trade in the Great Lakes between USA and Canada; the maximum beam and draught allowed in the lock is approximately 23.15 m and 26 feet fresh water respectively - this is equivalent to ship with a deadweight of about 20,000 tons
Type of ship which trades only in the Great Lakes of North America. The cargo is usually grain and ore.
Type of ship which trades only in the Great Lakes of North America. They usually carry grain and ore cargoes.