Photo Gallery

Sarnia Harbour

  • Oversized cargo Loading at the Government Dock - Fall 2014 (1 of 4)
  • JANA DESGAGNES, a Chemical Tanker berthed at our Sidney Smith dock
  • Algoma Olympic - Engine repair
  • View of the Sarnia Harbour from the Bridge of the Algoma Olympic - Winter 2014-15
  • Algoma Olympic
  • The Algoma-Algosar wintering at Sarnia Harbour - Mission Park Dock
  • Algoma Hansa at Sidney Smith Wharf - Winter 2014-15
  • Interior Reconstruction on the Algoma Olympic - Sarnia Government Dock - Winter 2014-15
  • CSL Niagara at Sarnia Cargill Dock - Winter 2014-15
  • Oversized cargo Loading at the Government Dock - Fall 2014 (2 of 4)
  • Oversized cargo Loading at the Government Dock - Fall 2014 (3 of 4)
  • Oversized cargo Loading at the Government Dock - Fall 2014 (4 of 4)
  • Canadian Steamship Lines vessel at the Cargill Dock taking on cargo
  • Tanker Sidney Smith Wharf
  • Fishing vessel at the East Dock for winter lay-up
  • Canadian Coast Guard Griffon at Sarnia dock
  • CSL Mapleglen taking on cargo at Cargill Sarnia
  • Canadian Coast Guard patrol vessel berthed at the Government Dock
  • Algoma Central Corporation vessels berthed at the Government Dock for winter repair and maintenance
  • Self un-loader Southbound on the St. Clair River
  • Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. vessel at the Government Dock
  • The Sichem Melbourne berthed at the Sidney Smith Wharf
  • Canadian Coast Guard vessel berthed at the Government Dock

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The vessels that comprise the fleet of Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. are frequent users of the Sarnia Harbour, given its strategic location at the centre of the Great Lakes. The harbour facilities and local skilled labour force make the harbour a key component of our fleet maintenance and repair strategy. Late winter freeze ups and early spring thaws add to the economic benefits of berthing vessels in Sarnia during the winter months.

Captain Scott Bravener � President, Lower Lakes Towing Ltd.

City of Sarnia
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