The BBC Moonstone tied up at pier 9 and has been unloading drill pipe. This is possibly for use with shells upcoming explorer you drilling program in the shelburne basin.
Qamutik Delivered what appears to be steel plate to Pier 9 over the weekend. She arrived Saturday evening, and sailed Sunday night. She sloted in between the disabled ships Vect Trader (Engine) and Harefield(rudder)
From the Weekend, HC Melia delivering nickle concentrates from Cuba, for Nirint.
She was built in 2011 as FLINTERSCHELDE, and was renamed when she joined HC Shipping. She Has 2 holds, and two 80ton cranes.
The Lithuanian registered general cargo ship Vortula anchored in the inner harbour. She was built in 1998 in Indonesia, and is Owned and Managed by Lithuanian Shipping. She was Previously known as Theodor Oldendorff until 2006.
Her last known location is Trois Rivers Quebec.
Regarding the name, Wikipedia tells us “Voruta may have been the capital city of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Lithuania during the reign of king Mindaugas in the 13th century. Voruta is mentioned briefly only once in written sources and its exact location is unknown”
The Johanna C Stopped for bunkers this morning. Loaded with Wind Turbine parts, she is bound for Montreal. The ship is registered in the UK, and was built in china in 2009.
she is owned and manged by Carisbrooke Shipping of the UK
The General Cargo Vessel Capri made another appearance over the weekend. A frequent caller in halifax, she delivers rails from Poland for CN Rail.
The General Cargo Ship Macco Straight, running for Melfi, arrived a day early today from Lisbon Portugal. She is scheduled to tie up at pier 41/42 tomorrow. Those piers are currently occupied by ZIM Constanza and Ernest Hemingway, so she will spend the day at anchor in the Inner harbour.
The General cargo Ship BBC Ohio arrived yesterday to load a boiler that arrived from the manufacturer on a railcar. It is unclear if she has additional cargo to load, though her hatches are open.
The general cargo ship Cipper Marlene arrived this morning for bunkers. On arrival she dropped the Hook At Anchorage 2 to await her turn.
The general cargo vessel Throco Svendborg spent the weekend anchored in the basin, and sailed this morning. She arrived from Baie Comeau, but gave no destination when she sailed.
Built in 2008, by Honda Heavy Industries in Japan, she is registered in Hong Kong, and was one of the first newbuilds for the Thorco Fleet, and is named after the town where Thorco Shipping was founded in 2003.