Thursday, May 31, 2012

Spainsh Mist

The tug Spainsh Mist shown secured in St. John's May 29, 2012. the tug built in 1981 in Spain. Her former name is Ole Rabudal, and is currently registered in Halifax

In port after helping the Searose FPSO

The tug Atlantic Fir as shown in St. John's May 29, 2012. The ship arrived from Conception Bay after assisting the Searose FPSO with the ship was in Conception Bay getting ready for its trip to Ireland.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Still in port

The Lady Remington III shown in this photo still in St. John's taken on May 19, 2012. I'm not sure what the ship is still doing here, last I heard she was waiting orders.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Sir Robert Bond back in St. John's

The Labrador ferry Sir Robert Bond arrived St. John's approx 0630hrs May 24, 2012. The ship arrived from Lewisporte and is expected to be dry-docked by the end of the month for refit.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

In for refit

The Coastal Freighter Northern Ranger shown in the photos on dry-dock in St. John's undergoing refit before the start of the Coastal Labrador Freight and passenger service in June.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Still no movement......

The Lyubov Orlova shown in this photo tied up in St. John's May 19, 2012. There is no movement around the ship that I could see, I'm not sure what is going on with her, she still has that list to starboard that she has had for months.

New Colors

The former Coast Guard Research vessel the Wilfred Templeman shown in this photo in a new paint scheme. the ship is naow owned by McKiel Marine and is renamed the Blain M

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Blue Puttees

A view of the bow thrusters of the Blue Puttees on dr-dock in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Blue Puttees on Dry-dock

The Marine Atlantic ferry Blue Puttees shown on dry-dock in Halifax (photo taken by my brother) undergoing refit. She is due to come off dry-dock May 21, 2012 and go back on the gulf run. The ship is the first in the Seabridger class being chartered by Marine Atlantic was built in 2006 as the Stena Trader, it entered service March 2012, followed by the Highlanders a couple months later.

Friday, May 4, 2012

The Canadian Coast Guard ship LOUIS S. ST. LAURENT as shown secured in St. john's April 17, 2012 undergoing a refit. The Louis had recently departed St. John's for sea trials. Added note: I can't resist taking a photo of the Louis, and then of course I have to share with everyone.

Another tug for dry-dock

 The Atlantic Cedar shown on dry dock getting a new paint job. The tug is 30.8 meters long, gtoss tonnage 400, and built in 2005.