Monday, September 28, 2015

Some Sunday Departures

Sunday saw the Sea Adventurer depart and headed south, also the new supply vessel Maersk Cutter and headed for Bay Bulls.
Sea Adventurer

Maersk Cutter

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Cruise Ship Visits

This past week in St. John's was busy with cruise ship arrivals. Notable arrivals were the Eurodam, which was here many times. The big arrival was the Regal Princess, this was the largest ship to enter St. John's at 330 meters (1,083 feet) and a gross tonnage of 142,714 and passenger capacity of 3560.

The Albatros arrived in port today Sept 24, a little smaller she measures 205 meters and a passenger capacity of 1000.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Remoy for work - Update

The Norwegian fishing vessel arrived St. John's last week for what I would think is to have work done. The ship was built in 2001 and is 64 meters long and is owned by Cold Water Prawns of Norway. The ship is the only trawler in Norway that fishes exclusively for prawns, that's according to there website.
Remoy has been renamed Sivulliq and is registered in Iqaluit

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Sanco Spirit and Floragracht

The research vessel Sanco Spirit was also in port, at 70 meters long, she was built in 2009 and is owned by Sanco Shipping of Norway.

The cargo ship Floragracht was in St. John's on Sept 9, 2015, both arrived Sept 8, 2015. The Floragracht was built in 2011 and is 138 meters long and is owned by Spliethoffs Beveachtingskantoor of the Netherlands

The new Maersk Cutter

The new Maersk Cutter, the last of two supply ships to be built in Chile arrived in St. John's Sept 8, 2015, she is a sister to the Maersk Clipper.

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.