Thursday, February 24, 2011

Bow Ramp on the Blue Puttees


Photo show a close look at the position of the bow ramp on the ferry Blue Puttees when not in use

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Passenger Areas on the Blue Puttees



The photos show some passenger areas onboard the new Marine Atlantic ferry Blue Puttess.

Deck of the Blue Puttees


The photo taken from one of the passenger decks on the Blue Puttees shows the open deck.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Keewatin


The tug KEEWATIN shown in this photo docked in St. John's Feb 4, 2011

Vinlander


The VINLANDER shown in this photo docked in St. John's Oct 24, 2010. Formerly the Newfoundland Tradition is now owned by the Nunavut Fishing Industry

Monday, February 14, 2011

Blue Puttees docked St. John's




A couple more photos of the BLUE PUTTEES secured in St. John's, Newfoundland

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Lybov Orlova


The Russian cruise LYBOV ORLOVA shown in this photo tied up in St. John's Feb 12, 2011.
The ship has been here since Sept 25, 2010 under arrest due to unpaid bills and the crew who has since been flown home wasn't paid for five months. The company owes $251,000 to the charterer, Cruise North Expeditions.

The Lybov Orlova was named after an actress and gifted singer born in 1902

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Blue Puttees arrives St. John's


Marine Atlantic's new ferry the BLUE PUTTEES arrived St. John's around 1800hrs Feb 9, 2011 and tied up along pier 10 or 11 along Atlantic Place. The ship built in 2006 underwent conversion in Germany where 12 meter's was removed from the ship, passenger space added, rooms added.

There was a stern ramp added, they added loading/unloading at the bow and clam doors were installed with a ramp. I'm not sure how long the ship will be here, but as soon as I hear will pass it along and hopefully will get some photos soon as well.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Long Island


The LONG ISLAND shown in this photo on dry-dock in St. John's Feb 4, 2011. The ship now owned by Ray Berkshire of Arnold's Cove use to be the OOSTZEE flagged in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, now flagged Canadian.