Monday, June 4, 2012
CCGS Harp to be decommisioned?????
CBC News in Newfoundland has learned that the CCGS Harp based in St. Anthony will be retired. The Harp is mainly used for Search and Recue patrol along the Strait of Belle Isle and the Labrador coast, it is the only coast guard ship that maintains a presence along the coast of Labrador. The Hapr built in 1986 in Georgetown, PEI, she is the sister ship to the former CCGS Hood, which was based in Twillingate and was decommisioned in 2002, she is now known as the Marine Eagle and is owned by Puddister trading of St. John's.
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.
Ice has been heading further south, filling up St. John's harbour Mar 31, 2017, not so much there today. Its causing problems at the oil...
This pass Sunday was busy, the Oceanex Sanderling arrived on her weekly visit. The tug Beverly M1 arrived from Clarenville towing the fer...
The Caoast Guard ship Sir Wilfred Grenfell departed St. John's 1600hrs Oct 28, 2019 heading to Victoria, BC. The ship is beinjg transfer...