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WILLIAM A. IRVIN

Over the past three decades, Halloween has become a starring season for the William A. Irvin. Last year's Haunted Ship returned from hiatus to hordes of fright seekers, and it's been almost completely transformed for what may be the attraction's scariest year yet.
With the William A. Irvin now securely moored back home in Duluth, the costs of the overlapping projects that led to its relocation are coming into clearer focus.
Barges guided the 611-foot vessel through the bridge with only 7 inches to spare on each side of the ship.
Fraser Shipyards completing final touches on Wm. A. Irvin

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DECC evaluates how to stabilize Irvin's damaged hull
Irvin to remain in dry dock for four weeks

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