I saw that the Arthur M. Anderson was downbound today. It has been a few months since I've seen her and it was a couple of years since I saw her before that. So basically I have only seen her twice. I've wanted to rectify that this year because she is a relatively famous ship on the lakes and actually has an important place in the history of the lakes.
At 7:00 A.M., the Fitzgerald radios that winds have died down to 35 knots and waves are at 10 feet. At 3:15PM, Captain Cooper of the Anderson radios that the Fitzgerald is closer to Six Fathom Shore than he'd like to be. Five minutes later, the Anderson reports that winds are now 43 knots.