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Old 05-03-2011, 03:51 PM
 
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Default Cruise Ships and the Canal Street Eddy

This question is probably for Captains Jim, Bob or Ted. Judy might have an inkling too. On another cruise related website the question was posed, why do cruise ships in New Orleans sometimes tie up at the Julia Street Wharf or Erato Street facing downriver? Does the infamous eddy at New Orleans run up as far as Erato Street or even Robin Street and is that one of the reasons that would have the cruise ships tie up facing downstream?
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