CSL Tadoussac

Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway

MV CSL Tadoussac is one of Canada Steamship Line self-unloading Lakers. She was built in 1969 and converted to a self-unloading vessel in 2001.

On March 20, 2007, MV CSL Tadoussac was the featured vessel at the official opening of the Welland Canal for the 2007 season marking the 75th anniversary of the opening of the 4th canal in 1932 by the Canada Steamship Lines steamer Lemoyne and the earliest opening date in the history of the canal.

MV CSL Tadoussac is wholly owned and operated by CSL.

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Technical specifications
Classification Registered Lloyds Class + 100 A1
Year Built 1969, converted in 2001
Deadweight 30,132 tonnes
Gross tonnage 20,101 tonnes
Net tonnage 6,030 tonnes
Length Overall 225.504 m
Breadth moulded 23.760 m
Length B.P. (Lpp) 218.92 m
Depth (MLD) 12.78 m
Draft (in fresh water) - Midsummer 8.61 m
Draft (in fresh water) - Seaway 8.08 m
Deadweight - Midsummer 30, 051 LT | 30,532 tonnes
Deadweight - Seaway 27,530 LT | 27,970 tonnes
Number of Cargo Holds 5
Total Hold Capacity (including hatches) 25,325 cubic metres
Discharge Rate - Coal 4,000 mt/hr
Discharge Rate - Ore 5,500 mt/hr
Previous name Tadoussac

CSL Tadoussac