Oil tanker heads for Bermuda with injured sailor A 50-year-old Filipino national got injured when a wave crashed over the bow of the Genmar Progress.
McNabs will be easier to explore
A work crew has just started to restore Garrison Road, the main walking trail that runs from one end of the Halifax Harbour island to the other.
Ottawa not ruling out financial aid for Yarmouth-Maine sea link
federal government won’t rule out investing in a ferry connection between Yarmouth, N.S., and Maine until a study is completed in February
Shipyard completing $36-million contract
A METEGHAN RIVER shipyard is finishing up a lucrative contract to deliver 18 aluminum catamarans to England, where they will service wind fields in the stormy North and Irish seas.
Re-Attaching the Tire Bumpers today. She assisted Atlantic Concert away from Fairview Cove that evening.
New Vietnam Service, with A New Vessel:
The first Eastbound (inbound) vessel to call Cai Mep will be the OOCL America voyage 28E01 on January 9, 2010. The first Westbound (export) vessel to call Cai Mep was the OOCL Oakland voyage 16W50 sailing from the Port of Halifax on December 16, 2009.
Atlantic Vision ferry back in the waterafter the completion of repairs to a hole in the stern.
Shipyard could get busy building large training ships in Meteghan River that could deploy the remote controled fast-attack simulators like a swarm of bees
Halifax businessman proposes harbour hovercraft
Jay Hasson, a metro businessman, recently bought two hovercrafts and he thinks they could be used as a Bedford ferry service. He’s asking Halifax Regional Council to support his idea in principle.