Category Archives: offshore

Suppliers getting ready.

Scandi Flora at Woodside. The Atlantic Towing Chartered Suppliers are preparing for Shells Exploration. The vessels have been moving of the dock, running various trials in the basin and returning.

Shells Drill ship, Stena Icemax Appears to still be on Station in the Gulf of Mexico

PSV Breaux Tide at Pier 25

The Platform Supply Vessel Breux tide arrived yesterday afternoon at pier 25. On charter to Atlantic Towing, She will be used for Shells Exploritory drilling program in the Shelburn Basin.

The Drill Rig, Stenna Icemax is still in the Gulf of Mexico.

Update 3/09: workers painted out the stern Port of registry and repainted her with Halifax. She is now registered in Canada.

Seabed Prince for Scunda

Secunda has Chartered and obtained a coasting trade application for the Seabed Prince. the vessel will be used to accommodate a dive team that will use remotely operated vehicles to install grout bags, reinforced bars and weighted mattresses at the Export pipeline, near the Thebaud platform in the Sable Island gas field.

Owned and operated by Swire seabed, she is built specifically for ROV Operations.

Hurricane Arthur Update

With the worst of the storm still due in Halifax, many arrivals have taken shelter.

(Above)Offshore supply Vessel Panuke Sea is riding out the storm in the basin. (Below) Zim Texas arived, and went right to anchor. Maersk Palermo also arrived this morning, but tied up at 42, which is one of the most exposed piers in the port.

(Below)Thorco Celebration arrived and also went to anchor. She is Pretty typical of the general cargo vessels we get in Halifax.

(Below) Irving Tanker Acadian, also at anchor. She recently arrived from St johns, and may have product for the irving facility here.

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