THE LITTLE MULTI GREEN, WHICH ARRIVED HERE LAST WEEK ON THE DECK OF A LARGER SHIP IS NOW IN THE WATER, AND GETTING READY FOR HER FISRT ASSIGMENT.
THE SHIP WAS BUILT IN 2014,IT IS 299 GROSS TON AND IS 26.85 METERS LONG.
On Sunday morning the cargo ship Nunalik arrived from Norway with the Multi Green on its deck. The Multi Green weights 299 gross tons and is 27 meters, far to small to come across the atlantic this time of the year.
The Multi Green is part of fish harvesting plant in and around placentia bay, and I think there are more of these ships coming.
The Canadian Registry on the Sir Robert Bond, was closed Jan 25, 2019, very possible it the first step closer to scrap.
I called Transport Canada, and spoke to a couple people and they confirmed that the Bond has been sold foreign, they never had any othe information to add. The Bond is still tied up in Sydport across from North Sydney, I guess all thats left now is to wait for a tug to get her started on her final journey .
THE FERRY VETERAN ARRIVED IN LEWISPORTE TO DAY ESCORTED BY THE ICEBREAKER GEORGE R. PEARKES. THE VETERAN IS GOING TO BE THERE FOR APPROX 6 WEEKS TO HAVE AN ENGINE REPALCED. THE LEGIONNAIRE IS REPLACEING THE VETERAN ON THE FOGO RUN, AND THE FLANDERS ALONG WITH THE BEAUMONT HAMEL IS OPERATING ON THE BELL ISLAND RUN.
ON OF THE NEW ST. PIERRE FERRIES, THE NORDET ARRIVED IN ST. JOHN'S THIS PAST WEEK AND WENT TO DRY-DOCK.. THE FERRIES, THE NORDET AND SUROIT ARRIVED ON A HEAVY LIFT SHIP. THE FERRIES CAN CARRY 18 CARS, AND 192 PASSENGERS. THE HAVEN'T CARRIES CARS YET, BUT TO NO SPACE AT FORTUNE TO LAY RAMP. THE ST. PIERRE GOVERMENT WANTS NEWFOUNDLAND TO PAY FOR IT.
THE SUPPLY VESSEL ATLANTIC CONDOR ARRIVED IN ST. JOHN'S OVER A WEEK AGO AND WENT STRAIGHT TO THE DOCKYARD TO BE DRY=DOCKED. A VERY NICE SHIP, AND ITS HER FIRST VISIT HERE. WILL SHE OPERATE OUT OF ST. JOHN'S I WONDER., SHE WAS BUILT IN 2011 AND IS 73 METERS LONG.
ON SATURDAY THE FORMER CSS MAXWELL NOW THE TERRA NOVA AND OWNED BY PUDDISTER TRADING OF ST. JOHN'S AND IT WAS EN ROUTE TO HERMITAGE. SHE WAS FOLLOWED BY THE HAZEL MACISSAC, WHICH MOVED TO THE OCEANEX DOCK TO LOAD CARS BELONGING TO THE CREW, THEN SHE LEFT FOR LONG ISLAND, AFTER BEING ON DRY-DOCK.