Several European Countries have ships at the Dockyard today, Including Belgium (Lobelia), UK (HMS Quorn) Denmark (Thetis).
Photos to follow, Hopefully later today. image from Mac’s Navy Links
Charting our coastal waters
An article about the CHS charting Process
Halifax harbour whale-watchers sight shark
Sharks off Halifax? glad the waters to cold to swim :)
Service ‘opens doors’ to Vietnam
“K” Line is adding Weekly wendsday service to Vietnam.
Sorry for the lack of Updates as of late. I have moved, and have been renovating.
As im now higher, AIS coverage should be well out into the approaches, as well I have a view of the basin, so expect new phot angles too.
A More regular volume to return in September.
As reported at Shipfax, the Samistal Due is to be renamed the Algoma Dartmouth, and begin bunker service in Halifax.
Here she is, earlier today.
The Amistad Arrived in port this afternoon, and tied up for the start of tall ships, the bulk of which are expected tomorrow, from Boston. Expect lots of coverage over the coming days
Note I cheated, the photo is from the Amistad’s visit last summer for Africville commemorations.
USS Mahan arrived this Morning and is tied up at Navy Jetty “Charlie”
Photos to (hopefully) follow
The Australian Navy vessels HMAS Sydney and HMAS Ballarat are currently tied up at Navy Jetty “Bravo” next to the casino.
they arrived from St Johns Nfld. (photos to follow)
See http://wwwshipshots.blogspot.com/for pics of the St. John’s Visit.
The Bi-Annual Marblehead to halifax Ocean race departs this Sunday at 1300. The record time is 33 hours, so expect arrivals Tuesday.
for more details, see http://www.marbleheadtohalifax.com/
A new site I put together – It collects realtime data about the harbour – weather, tides and reported arrivals and departures. If there is something missing, please let me know.