Thursday, July 18, 2019

Sea Princess pays a visit to St. John's

The Sea Princess arrievd in St. John's this morning and departed at 1730hrs for New York. The Sea Princess was built in 1998 at a cost of $300 million, the ship measures 856 feet, and can carry over 2000 passengers.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Off to the oil fields

July 16, 2019 saw the supply vessels Paul A. Sacuta and Maersk Cutter depart. St. John's has turned to busy place with supply vessels coming and going.
Paul A. Scuta departs with the Maersk Cutter right on her tail

Sunday, July 14, 2019


It was foggy, but a bit of traffic. The Horizon Star departed for off shore. The Maersk Clipper arrievd, and the Polar Prince departed heading for the grand banks, the Polar Prince is the former Sir Humphrey Gilbert built in 1959.

Saturday, July 13, 2019


The cargo ship Hc Beau Luna arrived in St. John's July 12, 2019 and tied up at pier 17 and departed at 1500hrs July 12, 2019. The ship was built in 2000,  is 129 meters and a gross tonnage of 6,382 and has two cranes, mounted on deck. The ship is managed and owned bu IMM Ship management in germany. Former names, Tatjana until 2003, TMC Brazil until Nov 2002 and Tatjana until 2002/

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Another arrival from the weekend

Arriving as well over the weekend is the supply vessels Atlantic Merlin. The Merlin was arriving from the searose. The ship was built in 2014,.

Sunday, July 7, 2019

The Louis is back

Arriving today is Canadas largest icebreaker, the Louis S St. Laurent arriving from Quebec after being on refit after the winter. She will be heading North Aug 1, 2019

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Nice Yacht

Today the Sycara V arrived from Halifax. The vessel is 1,566 gross tons, built in 2010, 68 meters  (223 feet) long. It is powered by 2x caterpilliar, generators 3x caterpillar , total; power 4400. This vessel can best leased for $562.500 a week in the summer and $485000 in the winter.