The Louis s. St.Laurent

Built in 1969, refitted and modernized in 1993 (it took five years), the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Louis S. St. Laurent is 393 feet long and 80 feet wide with a deadweight tonnage of 15,000 tons and a cruising range of 26,000 nautical miles (almost 30,000 regular miles), which is more than once around the circumference of the planet at the equator.

The Louis in drydock (photo Gary Morgan)

26 Scientists and 55 Crew for a final shot after the month-long voyage

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