CSCL Africa departed last night after the Veendam passed. She spent the day at pier 41.
CSCL Africa is rated at 8500 and was built in 2005. she is owned by Seaspan and is on a long term charter to CSCL since construction.
Former Halifax based tug point vim made a return appearance tucking in at Fairview cove. Formerly based at ectug, she was sold and now works out of Newfoundland, but retained her former name and colours.
She sailed at 3:30
Canadianization is well underway to the former Svitzer Caucedo, which took her new name late last week. Once work is complete, she will be stationed in Montreal.
The Nolhanava is back. She recently spent time in China having a new exhaust scrubber installed (note how large the funnel is now) Besides the Scrubber, the ship got the new Green and yellow paint job (which looks good, except for the bridge and the bright yellow striping which is just weird.
Nolhanava returned with a full load of container stacked on deck. They appear to share the logo that is on the funnel of the ship, so they may be attempting to move fright in their own boxes now.
Nolhanava is returning to the St Pierre run.
CUAUHTEMOC was spotted on AIS off liverpool NS making 4.5knots.
She is tentatively scheduled to pick up her pilot at 8am on the 12th, and will tie up at the south side of the Cable Wharf.
EDIT: WDC is quoting a 10am arrival at the Cable wharf.
Last night brought the arrival of another general cargo ship to pier 9. There appear to be cable handling gear on the pier which may be loaded aboard.
Spiekeroog was built in China in 2013. She carries 2 45 ton cranes.
Primus mad a stop for Melfi lines this morning. Launched in 1997 by Gdynia Shipyard in Poland, she is owned and managed by Hansa shipping of Germany. Built as Sea Parana, She has spent most of her life on multi year charters.
60 years ago today, 58 containers were loaded aboard a ship called the IDEAL X
The rest they say is history.
Federal Oshima arrived early this morning to load grain at pier 28. Depending on weather it will likely take a few days to load.
Reports are that the Bahri Jazan was dragging anchor in the basin and had to reset. The ais tracks seem to show a normal anchor swing but then it appears to move north.
The vessel presumably pulled her anchor, repositioned and re-set it.