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First Call for newbuild Oceanex Connaigra

the new build Oceanex Connaigra Arrived in Halifax on her maiden revenue voyage and tied up at Autoport. She Was recently delivered from the builders in Germany, and is filling in For Oceanex Sanderling who will be heading to the NovaDock on the 13th. After Sanderling’s work period, Oceanex Connaigra will work on the Montreal route with Oceanex Avalon and Cabot.

See Oceanex’s Fleet

Update, She Moved to Halterm Early this morning.

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Oceanex Confirms Connaigra to fill in for Sanderling.

VOCM News in Newfoundland reports that:

The Oceanex Connaigra has finished sea trials successfully in Germany and is expected to arrive in St. John’s next weekend. It will stay for a few days before sailing to Halifax to work that service while the Oceanex Sanderling completes a short dry dock.

The vessel will then move on to Montreal, where it will provide a fixed weekly service between the ports of Montreal and St. John’s.

UPDATE: Oceanex Connaigra is tentatively scheduled to make her first stop in Halifax on October 10th.

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Oceanex Connaira now Registered in Canada.

With news that Oceanex Sanderling is due for a work period in October, Oceanex Connaira was quietly registered in Canada on Sept 20, And is currently conducting trials. Its possible she may make it to Canada in time to take over for the Sanderling.

 Oceanex Connaigra is being built by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft mbH & Co. KG of Germany, And was Announced in October 2012 She Launched May 31 2013.

You can See Oceanex’s entire fleet in this post

Photo above from http://schiffsfoto.wordpress.com/

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Hero Class #8 In The Hall

 Hero #8 (Second to last) can be seen being assembled in the Assembly hall. She looks to be close to receiving her paint, however the yard lacks space in the lay down area until Hero #6 CCGS Corporal McLaren MMV is launched.


Hero Class #7 CCGS A. LeBlanc  can be seen on the left in the above photo, and after painting, remained outside the shop for continued work. once the McLaren is launched, presumably the Leblanc will be rolled back and #8 will be painted.

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Hero class #7 rolled out for painting



Hero Class #7 CCGS A. LeBlanc was rolled out this weekend for painting. After her, there are only 2 vessels remaining to be built.

CCGS A. LeBlanc, after Fishery Officer Agapit LeBlanc, of Bouctouche, New Brunswick. Mr. Leblanc joined the Canadian Fisheries and Marine Service in 1920. He was killed on October 20, 1926, while investigating illegal fishing vessels. His murder remains unsolved.

Updated Photo to be uncrappy Apologies for the crappy iPhone picture.
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