Monday, November 11, 2019

Some activity from Monday

This morning the Portuguese fishing vessel Coimbra arrievd and secured at the fuel dock, later she went across the harbor. The Qikiqaaluk W is in, the Terry Fox, and Bluefort, and the Henry Larsen and Cygnus
CCGS Henry Larsen secured at the Coast Guard Base

CCGS Cygnus secured at the Coast Guard Base

The Qikiqtaaluk W 

looks to be working on the forward mast on The Qikiqtaaluk W 


CCGS Terry Fox undergoing some maintenance work 

The Bluefort secured in St. John's after returning from labrador 

The Qikiqtaaluk W 


Coimbra shifting berths, the ship was built in 1973, she 80 meters, and 1,598 gross tons 

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Some ships in on Saturday

In St. John's on Saturday was the James Cook, a research vessel registered in Britain. The Qikiqtaaluk W, a tanker belonging to Coastal shipping, and the Japanese fishing vessel Koyo Maru NO 30.
The James Cook

Koyo Maru No 30

Qikiqtaaluk W 

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Visit for Long Pond

A visitor to Long Pond last weekend, the Vectis Pride, built in 2012 and is 124 meters. I'm not sure what she was loading or unloading. May be someone can provide some information

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Veteran Arrives

The ferry Veteran arrived in St. John's sunday evening, to go on dry-dock for refit.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

CCGS Sir Wilfred Grenfell Departs St John's for the last time

The Caoast Guard ship Sir Wilfred Grenfell departed St. John's 1600hrs Oct 28, 2019 heading to Victoria, BC. The ship is beinjg transferred to the west coast, and left St. John's for the last time. It will be a long voyage stoppoing in bermuda, and then transitting the Panama Canal.

CCGS Sacared Bay escorted herto the narrows

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Cruise ship season over for the season in St. John's

The Ameda closed the cruise ship season in St. John's with its arrival at 0800hrs. According to reports from VOCM the port saw 30 of 38 ship arrivals with over 20,000 passengers. A great season for visitors.
pouring rain for her arrival 

Saturday, October 19, 2019

SATURADY REPORT FROM THE HARBOUR FRONT

Saturday, saw the Baie St. Paul arrive for the first time, she is owned by Canada Steam Ship  Lines. This was her first visit to St. John's, she arrievd with a laod of salt. The ship was built in 2012 in China, and is the lead ship in CSL's Trrillum class. The ship is 740 feet long. The ship departed again early afternoon.

After rhe Baie St- Paul left the Acadian arrievd from New Brunswick, the ship is 183 meters, and was built in 2005 in Korea and is owned by FB tankships.