The Spanish Research vessel Vizconde De Eza shown in St. John's June 24, 2013. The vessel was built in 2000, is 53 meters long and has a gross tonnage of 1,401. The ship has been a regular caller to St. John's, after visiting here at least once in the last 4 or 5 years.
Monday, June 24, 2013
The ferry Sir Robert Bond arrived in St. John's again this morning and headed right to the dry-dock. The Bond is in for repairs to her propellers that were damaged this past winter in ice while operating between Corner Brook and Blanc Sablon. It is expected the vessel will be here two weeks.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Monday, June 17, 2013
The Nanny, owned by coastal Shipping, a division of the Woodward Group departs St. John's June 2, 2013 after spending the winter in St. John's. The vessel built in 1993 grounded on her last trip of the season in the Arctic, she visited the dry-dock in St. John's as far as I know twice to have repairs completed. After departing St. John's she headed to Lewisporte, and has since departed, and may be headed to the Arctic.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
The Havelstern shown secured in St. John's June 16, 2013. The vessel is owned by Coastal shipping arrived last week from Saint John, NB and Charlottetown, PEI. The vessel was built in 1994 is 161 meters and spends the summer running fuel to the Arctic. Today I noticed the crew doing some painting on her hull.