Atlantic Power recently showed up on charter for Nirint, unloading Nickel concentrate “Mud” from Cuba at Pier 34. The ship Previously was known as Onego Power, Federal Power and Seaboard Power, and was built in 2000.
Thorco Logos appears to be handling a cable tank, though it was not clear if it was being loaded or unloaded. Thorco ships tend to load cable handling equipment here, then travel to the US to load the cable itself.
Offering a new view of Pier 9, a new walkway and boardwalk was installed by Canada Lands Co at Shannon Park. Recently opened, it offers fantastic views of the Narrows.
With the Arrival of the Largest Container ship todate, a tall ship at anchor, and A US Aircraft carrier all showing up in recent days, its easy to forget other actions still happen daily in the port.
(Above)YM Moderation Put in for the Alliance. The Car Carrier liberty tied up at autoport, and then Moved to Pier 31.
(Above) Acadian sits at anchor waiting to tie up at the Irving Oil wharf. (Below) Atlantic Pegasus departed imperial oil for Sea.
Golden Oak Fixed an issue at anchor, and then proceeded to Imperial Oil.
(Above) The herring Fleet is Still in town, with the morning Star Transiting. (below)The Vera D Arrived just ahead of the ZIM Antwerp, but got out of the way.
The Thorco Crown was successfully towed to Sydney by Svitzer Bedford, and tied up last night. The vessel was sailing of Newfoundland, when she suffered an Engine room Fire and lost power. Thorco Crown is 3 years old. Svitzer has 3 tugs based in the port Hawksbury area. After the Thorco Crown Lost power, the CCGS William Alexander was able to take her under tow.
The General Cargo ship Thorco Liva tied up at pier 9 to load cable Tanks. the tanks are frameworks used to transport Subsea cables. The cable will Likely be picked up in the US. International Telecom is Headquartered at pier 9, and operates two cable layers registered in the Bahamas. they are likely the source of the cable tanks, and the end users of the cable.
Thorco Liva was built in Japan in 2012.
With the Return of Nolhanava to Halifax, Dinkeldiep’s time on the St Pierre Run is over. After offloading on Friday, She moved to the basin to anchor, and Sailed for St John’s on Sunday.
Nolhanava Loaded on Saturday, and sailed for St Pierre.