Sunday, January 29, 2012

Kinguk


The fishing vessel Kinguk, built 1988, is 50 meters long is shown on dry-dock in St. John's Jan 23, 2012.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Weekly Visit


The Oceanex Avalon shown in St. John's Jan 23, 2012 on its weekly visit. The Oceanex Avalon built in 2005 runs between Montreal and St. John's.

On dry-dock


The CCGS Teleost and the fishing vessel Kinguk shown on dry-dock in St. John's Jan 23, 2012

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Waiting for something to do


The waterfront at St. John's is full of supply vessels waiting for work. The ATLANTIC KINGFISHER, MAERSK CHANCELLOR, MAERSK CHALLENGER, MAERSK CHIGNECTO and MAERSK GABARUS are secured while the oil rigs they serve are in refit. The Henry Goodrich is in Pascagoula, MS at signal Internationl Shipyard and the GSF Grand Banks is undergoing refit in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Russian Ship Luybov Orlova sold

CBC News today reported that the Luybov Orlova which has been in St. john's for approx a year and a half has been sold to a Norwegian company and the new owner wants the ship in europe as quickly as possible.

From reports on the CBC no one will be sorry to see it gone, as the ship has no heat, no generators operating, only the port authority checking on the ship. The ship could be gone by the end of Feb, depending on how quickly the deal closes

The ship has accrued more then $200,000 in berthing fees since it was arrested, and the CBC Newfoundland reported the vessel has been sold for $275,000.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Departed Lewisporte

The SIR ROBERT BOND departed Lewisporte this afternoon heading to Blanc Sablon to start the Strait of Belle Isle Ferry service

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Apollo heading for refit

The ferry APOLLO will head to refit after todays departures according to Labrador Marine's website.

The Apollo is expected to be in refit for 2 months and her replacement will be the SIR ROBERT BOND. The Bond will however operate from Corner Brook instead of St. Barbe, because the Bond is to large to safely navigate the smaller port of St. Barbe. The trip will take 12 hours one way. infomation can be obtain from labradorferry.ca