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Sunday Roundup.

(Above) CMA-CGM Elbe at Pier 41. Another of the Same Class of 9400TEU Vessels CMA-CGM has been using on their Columbus Loop.

(Below) YM ENLIGHTENMENT was last nights call to Fairview Cove. Running a Short Service, she will call once a month, and was last here May 15th.

(below) The products tanker Sichem Challenge Put in for bunkers Sunday afternoon. A small tanker, shes not much larger then the Algoma Dartmouth.

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Atlantic Cartier.. Still Sailing.

Atlantic Cartier continues to sail, along with Atlantic Conveyor, and have scheduled stops into at least July. Monday brings the Maiden Call of Atlantic Sky, which was accepted from the builders at the end of March. This means 4/5  of the new g4 vessels are in operation, with Atlantic Sun still not accepted from the builders. The first vessel, Atlantic Star was recently drydocked, and it appears the second – Atlantic Sail may be undergoing work at the moment.

Cartier and Conveyor will continue on, until Atlantic Sun comes into service, and the Drydockings finish.

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Bilbao Bridge – Backwards

In a nice change, the Bilbao bridge tied up the the west end of Fairview Cove backwards. Ships usually tie up front to sea, but Bilbao Bridge likely requires some sort of work to be done necessitating the backwards docking.

The Ship is Running for the Alliance’s AL6 Route. She is scheduled to sail tonight.

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The Largest Container Ship to Call in Canada.

On Friday, The Port of Vancouver’s Deltaport welcomed the largest container vessel to call in Canada. The Hapag-Lloyd 13,200 TEU “Antwerpen Express” has been deployed as part of THE Alliance’s Transpacific mainline West Coast PN3 service.

To Date, the Largest vessel to Call in Halifax, was the CMA-CGM Tage, at 9365TEU. Sister ship CMA-CGM Loire is due to call this Saturday,and CMA-CGM Rhone has called in the past.