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Created: 2018-11-24 11:00:39 PM
Last Edited: 2021-10-01 3:28:54 PM




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Shenango II (1965/09)
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Shenango II (1965/09)
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Charles M. Beeghly (1977)
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Charles M. Beeghly (1986)
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Charles M. Beeghly (2010/01/17)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2011/10)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2011/10/01)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2012/03/26)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2012/03/26)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2012/06)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2017/08/07)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2018/06/21)
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Hon. James L. Oberstar (2018/06/21)
  IMO: 5322518  
Details/Construction
Builder:American Ship Building CompanyLocation:Toledo, OhioHull #:193
Keel Layed:Launched:1958/11/22Commissioned:1959/05
Propulsion
As builtType:2 Bergen B:32:40L diesel enginesOutput:8500 shp
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Dimensions
As builtLength:245.7 m (806.1 ft)Gross Tonnage:16234
Breadth:22.9 m (75.1 ft)Net Tonnage:11079
Depth:10.01 m (32.8 ft)Dead Weight:32412
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
FleetFromUntil
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameCall SignUntil
Shenango II1967
Charles M. Beeghly2010
Hon. James L. Oberstar
NumberPortCall SignMMSIFromUntil
US 278807 Wilmington, Delaware, United States WL3108 366904890 1959/05
Description
In 1972, the Charles M. Beeghly was lengthened by 96 feet at Fraser Shipyards (Superior, Wisconsin). She was converted to a self-unloader at Fraser Shipyards in 1981.

Her steam turbine power plant was replaced with two Bergen B:32:40L diesels during the 2008-2009 winter layup period. She returned to service in June 2009.

In 2010 the Charles M Beeghly was renamed the Hon. James L. Oberstar honoring the former congressman of the same name from Minnesota who served the US House of Representatives for nearly a half century.
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Comments

Nov 29, 2020
10:15 PM
Very nice laker, looks very much like CAROL LAKE. Am I right in thinking that they were built using the same blueprints. After all, Carryore was a U S Company .
Posted by: DANIEL BERUBE