Barge Tugged to Pictou Harbour for Inspection

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

According to a Nov. 30 report from The News (Pictou, Nova Scotia), the Sault Au Cochon snapped its towline in heavy weather on Nov. 9 and ran aground offshore from Pictou Lodge. It sat there until Nov. 30 morning when it was finally re-floated and towed to Pictou.

(Source: The News)

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