the barge moved to the basin and was in place by 9am. located in the area of Captain Jim.
Photos will follow throughout the day when the fog lifts.
around 10:00 am the fog lifted
these are around 11:30:
On the 10th/11th C-2 Greyhound Aircraft were spotted at Halifax Airport, and the USS Arleigh Burke which spent last weekend at the dockyard is currently assigned the the Truman’s Carrier strike group. (Above photo by Barry S.)
Navy Today mentioned HMCS Toronto, cruiser USS Normandy, destroyers USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) and USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), and fixed wing aircraft and helicopters from Carrier Air Wing One (CVW-1) will also be participating in the exercises.
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1.man leaps from ferry, arrested naked in woman’s house
CBC reports on a man who released a life raft, jumped overboard, and swam for shore from a B.C ferry.
2.ZIM still hanging on
in an era of aliances, zim is still going it alone, and still loosing a ton of money. The Loadstar reveals ZIM‘s future prospects
3. The Acadia is rusting
CSS Acadia, the only ship still afloat to survive the Halifax Explosion, and serve in both world wars is in danger of sinking. Her hull has rusted through, and her below decks are full of Mold. See also Global, and the Herald
4.Plastic in the ocean
CBC Reports that there is alot of it, and its really small.
5.Sunken Whale Ship found
the RCGS found a Scottish whaling ship that sunk in 1903. the discovery was made Aug 31, from the Adkelmelik Sergey Villow – the other vessel working for One Ocean in the Arctic.
6.CMA-CGM Cuts Container rates.
sending a container around the world is cheap. it just got cheaper.
7. Cruise Issues.
it was a bad weekend for cruise ships, with weather, mechanical and MOB issues.
Officially announcing Nova Scotia Expedition. We’ll be heading to Canada for the first time ever to tag white sharks. This epic trip will be our 33rd expedition. pic.twitter.com/4fpa04qoOZ
— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) September 9, 2018
Sept 11 1944 -HMCS Hespeler and HMCS Dunver sank U-484
Sept 11, 1942 -HMCS Charlottetown sunk by U-517 off Cap Chat PQ.
Sept 10 1941- HMCS Chambly and HMCS Moose Jaw sank U-501 – the first sub sunk by Canadians in the war.
Sept 9 1920 – the whale ship Charles W. Morgan set sail on her last voyage. she as preserved and restored and is now atMystic Seaport.
Sept 7 1891- the first bridge across the harbour washes away in a hurricane.
Sept 6,1620 – the Mayflower departs England for the new world.
the future HMCS Harry Dewolf had had the tarps taken down and is the correct shade of grey, with black boot topping and red below the waterline. some touch ups remain, but the SPMT transporters look ready to go to move the ship onto the Launching Barge.
I hear the launch is targeted for the 14th or 15th.
Updates will be Posted at https://blog.halifaxshippingnews.ca/2018/09/harry-dewolf-almost.html as they are known. they will not show up on the Mainpage.
UPDATE: Rollback photos Posted here
(Above) Seabourn Quest occupies Pier 23. (Below) the Holland America lines Zuiderdam takes pier 20.
Zuiderdam took part in a search for a missing passenger that went overboard from the AidaLuna, which is tied up at Pier 36. Pier 22 is taken up by Royal Caribbeans Anthem of the Seas.
(Above) Arsos backed into pier 42 just after noon. Shes running on the New ZIM Canada Florida Express service to Jamaica. Heading out from Autoport was Taurus Leader (below). Shes bound for New York.
Seamax Stamford (Above) is at Pier 41, calling on the Maersk line Med/Montreal express(MMX) service . The Bomar Rebecca (below) is hanging out at Pier 26. She was offloaded earlier this week, and went to pier 26, presumably to wait out Hurricane Florence. She sails for tropical shipping, which canceled their sailing this week.