Boa Bison and Boa Barge 37 to the shipyard.

Boa Bison and Boa Barge 37 arrived this morning for the shipyard. The Tug took bunkers, and is expected to sail this afternoon. The barge is on long term charter to the shipyard, for use as a lunching platform for the AOPS vessels currently under construction.

Update: Boa Bison sailed for Bergen Norway at 6pm.

Nore For Wilson’s Fuels?

the Tanker Nore arrived this morning and tied up at Pier 9, where Wilson’s Fuels has a connection to their tank farm on barrington street, Though she is likely not carrying a cargo.

A small tanker,  she was built in 2007, and arrived from Ceuta Spain. A sister ship to Algoma Dartmouth, Shipfax is reporting that she is bound for the west coast under Canadian ownership as AS Aquarius. if you look closely, you will notice her name has been painted out on the hull, both forward, and on the stern.

Cruise Season Begins – Fram at Pier 23

The 2018 Cruise season kicked off today with the arrival of the Norwegian Cruise ship Fram, tieing up at Pier 23. Built in 2007 for Hurtigruten. On this trip she arrived from Boston and carries 327 passengers on expedition style cruises.

Next on the Cruise schedule is the Artania arriving on the 26th, Norwegian Bliss, re-positioning form Southampton to New York, and MS Veendam on a Boston to Montreal trip arrive on the 30th.

Troms Sirius and Lundstrom Tide at Pier 9

Horizon Maritime has just added two, state-of-the-art, supply vessels to their Canadian offshore support vessel fleet. The Troms Sirius and Lundstrom Tide will add more capacity and capability to the offshore industry in Canada and further build on the growth that Horizon Maritime—based in St. John’s and Halifax—has experienced in recent
years. The imported vessels are Norwegian-built and designed to operate in harsh environments. Incorporating the latest in equipment & technology, the vessels are of the highest build quality and offer increased capability and cargo capacity for Canadian offshore customers.

The Troms Sirius and Lundstrom Tide will build on the previously established relationship between Tidewater Marine and Horizon Maritime, providing local seafarers with additional opportunities to operate some of the most advanced and safest offshore vessels in the world, close to home. Previously, Tidewater Marine and Horizon Maritime worked together to support Shell Canada’s Shelburne Basin Deep-Water Exploration Project offshore Nova Scotia, during which Horizon Maritime personnel operated Tidewater Marine vessels, Breaux Tide and Jones Tide, over a roughly 18 month time-frame.


Both the Troms Sirius and Lundstrom Tide are Canadian registered vessels and are crewed with Atlantic Canadians, combining the best in local expertise and marine management with equipment and depth of experience from the world’s largest offshore support vessel company.