Thursday, May 18, 2017

George R. Pearkes departs in a little swell

The Coast guard ship George R. Pearkes departed St. John's May 16, 2017.





Sunday, May 14, 2017

The East Coast on the East Coast

The tanker East Coast arrived in St. John's today. The ship built in 2005 is 183 meters long.




Saturday, May 13, 2017

Atlantic Explorer and Blain M returns

The research / survey vessel Atlantic Explorer returned late this week, the  ship registered in the Bahamas, was built in 1987. Today the Blain M, the former coast guard ship, the Wilfred Templeman arrived back in St. John's from Sydney, Nova Scotia where she spent the winter.
Blain M

Blain M

Atlantic Explorer

Blain M

Atlantic Explorer

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Slow Weekend

This past weekend was very slow. Saturday, there were 4 supply vessels in, Maersk Norseman, Maersk Nexus, Avalon Sea and Atlantic Heron and Maersk Dispatcher. The Norseman, departed Saturday for Hibernia, the Avalon Sea departed Sunday evening. All the other vessels are offshore or getting ready to tow the Hebron GBS from Bull Arm,




Sunday, April 30, 2017

From the Weekend

A little activity in the harbour this past weekend.
Maersk Laser, preparing to go to Bull Arm for the tow out of the Hebron GBS

Atlantic Kestrel and Atlantic Kingfisher

Repairs to the Oceanex Connaigra almost completed 

HMCS Ville De Quebec 

Atlantic Kingfisher 

Atlantic Kingfisher 

Atlantic Merlin

Maersk Laser

Atlantic Griffon arriving today from Argentia 



Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Celtic Explorer back, and some weekend

This past Sunday was busy with two arrivals, the Maersk Lancer and Maersk Launcher, both are sister ships and they are here to tow thr Hebron GBS out to sea. They were both built in 2010 and are 23,500 horsepower. They are going to be joined by the Maersk Lifter and Maersk Helper, and the Maersk Cutter .

Monday evening, the Celtic Explorer arrived, built in 2002, she is 65 meters long and flies the Irish flag










Saturday, April 22, 2017

Cargo Ship Visits

The cargo ship Margaretha arrived around lunch time April 21, 2017 and tied up at the supply base, so she must have cargo for the offshore. The ship was built in 2002, and is 145 meters long and has a gross tonnage of 7,752, she is very narrow, and has two cranes.