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NEWS: Iqaluit August 05, 2014 - 7:00 am

Photo: Traffic jam in Frobisher Bay

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Canadian Coast Guard Vessel Henry Larsen, left, cruises past the small Russian cruise ship Akademik loffe early in the morning, Aug. 1, in Frobisher Bay. The Akademik loffe, which was built as a research vessel, has been retrofited into an expedition cruise vessel operated by One Ocean Expeditions and can accommodate 96 passengers in relative luxury with a fitness room, wellness centre, theatre, spa, library, lounge and dining room. Cargo vessel Avataq, right, awaits high tide to start unloading her sealift deliveries for Iqaluit. (PHOTO BY PETER VARGA)
Canadian Coast Guard Vessel Henry Larsen, left, cruises past the small Russian cruise ship Akademik loffe early in the morning, Aug. 1, in Frobisher Bay. The Akademik loffe, which was built as a research vessel, has been retrofited into an expedition cruise vessel operated by One Ocean Expeditions and can accommodate 96 passengers in relative luxury with a fitness room, wellness centre, theatre, spa, library, lounge and dining room. Cargo vessel Avataq, right, awaits high tide to start unloading her sealift deliveries for Iqaluit. (PHOTO BY PETER VARGA)

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