Monday, June 22, 2015

Sunday Report

This past Sunday, saw the cable ship Responder depart for the cable grounds. The ship is 140 meters, built in 2001 and is owned by Transoceanic Cable ship in Baltimore.

Arriving was one of the hero class coast guard ships, the Corporal McLaren M.M.V. arrived and headed to the coast guard base.

The Thor Magni, is in port, a support vessel registered in the Bahamas, built in 2015 in Turkey  and is owned by Thor Offshore services.

The ferry Flanders was in the harbour doing a compass swing before heading to Bell Island after completing a refit
Corporal McLaren M.M.V

Responder

Responder

Flanders

Thor Magni

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Inbound and Outbound Traffic

Saturday was busy, with the Black Watch arriving, see previous post. The Maersk Nexus arrived from the offshore Newfoundland, the little ferry Marine Voyager departed for Francois on the south coast, and the ferry Confederation departed for Caribou, NS after a refit, also the Portuguese fishing vessel Coimbra was in port.
Coimbra

Maersk Nexus

Marine Voyager

Confederation

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Black Watch arrives

The Black Watch was in St. John's today arriving from Corner Brook. The ship entered service in 1971, she measures 21,847 and is 583 feet and can carry 539 passengers. She is owned by Fred Olsen Marine Services of Oslo, Norway.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Siem Pearl to tow

The Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel Siem Pearl arrived in St. John's this past week. The ship was built in 2009 in Kleven Verft, Norway, she is 91 meters long and 7,473 gross tons, she is rated at 27,400 horsepower and is owned by Siem Offshore, Kristiansand, Norway. I heard reports she will tow the rig Henry Goodrich across the Atlantic.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Tuesday Report

The harbour was busy today, the Meerkatze was getting fuel, the Acadian was outside waiting for the Meerkatz to finish, the supply vessel Maersk Dispatcher arrived. The upper harbour was busy, with the Astron getting ready to go to Labrador, the Ryan Leet was getting ready for the offshore, the Confederation was in the dry-dock and Maersk Nascopie fitting out after dry-docking. The Coast Guard base was busy as well, with the Henry Larsen, Cygnus, George R. Pearkes and Ann Harvey all secured.