Work continues on HMCS Charlottetown at the Machine Shop Wharf.
Monday, March 10, 2014
The new to Mckeil Marine tug, Beverly M1 arrived in Halifax yesterday evening. The tug is registered in St. Johns NF, and is assigned to Mckeil's project fleet. She arrived to move one of McNally's Construction Barges.
Mckeil tugs are common sights in Halifax, with Florance M, Evans Mckeil and Salvor having all visited in recent memory.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Hero #9 is lined up on the launch ways ready to go. No word on when the launch will occur, but the yard likely wants her out of the way so they can complete demolition of the assembly hall.
When the CCGS Captain Goddard M.S.M Launches, she will be the last vessel to be launched from these ways, as finished vessels will be completed at the other end of the yard.
UPDATE: Daylight photo Above.
APL Coral not only didn't sail as scheduled from Fairview cove yesterday,but this morning she moved forward a birth. The move was to facilitate todays arrival of Oakland Express.
APL Coral's departure was delayed due to leaking cargo forming a minor spill. Atlantic Industrial Cleaners have be contacted to do the cleanup, and presumably the ship will sail once the spill is cleaned and the cargo secured/cleaned up.