Atlantic towing has published the Spec Sheet ( Here in Pdf) for the Deep Panuke Suply vessel, to be Named Atlantic Condor.
She is currently under construction at Halifax Shipyards as A Rolls Royce UT 755LN Design.
Image From the Spec Sheet PDF.
The Seajacks Kraken returned to halifax after comleting work off Deep Panuke. Her next stop will be the North Sea, and will likely be picked up by a dockwise vessel in the coming weeks after her avipods are taken off.
The Rowan Gorilla 3 returned to port today form the Sable project. after a few weeks in port, she will be off to work at Deep Panuke.
The Calamity Jane, a Pipe layer laying pipe for Deep Panuke is also tied up at Halterm.
Seajacks Kraken returned this morning to anchorage 7, it had been jacked up to the east of Halifax off Lawrencetown (Thanks to a good AIS hit) Before jacking up, it was seen very close to Cable Wharf
The Seajacks Kraken
(sorry, shot into the sun)
also The German Navy ships departed this morning, and the Chilean Tall Ship Esmerelda is scheduled to depart tonight.
coming to its final Position, just off anchorage #5
Arrived with a drilling platform Rowan Gorilla 3 to Anchorage 1. Currently with 8 cables (8/10ths of a nautical mile) of Anchor Chain (Rode)
The rig will complete six months of work for Canadian Natural Resources starting in the third quarter of 2009. The work was valued at $55 million.
The Seajacks Kraken has unjacked itself today. Perhaps ready to depart for the Sable Gas Field?