Arthur M. Anderson

Arthur M. Anderson (Duluth-Superior Harbor)

featuring Bahman Anvari's "Monir"

The steamship Arthur M. Anderson was built in Lorain, Ohio in 1952, alongside the Philip R. Clarke and Cason J. Callaway freighters. The Arthur M. Anderson has a unique place in Great Lakes shipping history: it is the last ship to have been in contact with the Edmund Fitzgerald before it sank in Lake Superior in 1975, and later braved the deadly weather to search for survivors from the doomed freighter.

In this eScapes scene, the Anderson leaves Duluth-Superior Harbor at the southwestern tip of Lake Superior.

Bahman Anvari is an instrumentalist. His first commercially available single, “Monir,” is featured in this episode and features Radean Anvari on guitar and arrangements by Elton Farokh Ahi.

Links

Boatnerd.com: Arthur M. Anderson
Duluth Shipping News: Arthur M. Anderson


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