Several years ago, I worked for a subcontractor to Honeywell. I’m sure you all Remember the Honeywell “This house is protected by a Honeywell alarm” stickers, We had a variation in the office, perfect for boats.
Named after the flag ship at the Battle of Traflger, HMS Ark Royal is also the Current Royal Navy Flag Ship.
She arrived in Halifax this morning with several other British warships (tied up at the Ocean Terminals) for the International Fleet review.
She (and many others) will be open for tours this coming weekend.
Atlantic Elm is undergoing work against the Nova Dock. She was in the graving Dock, making space now for a frigate.
Atlantic Condor is progressing nicely – the main superstructure has been rolled outside and has been painted, and the hull can be seen (faintly) under construction in the assembly building.
HMCS Preserver is in the NovaDock, Algonquin is at the Machine Shop Warf, and A frigate in the Graving Dock.
The Naval Centenial:
Parades, proclamation mark 100th anniversary of navy
As Mac at Shipfax reported, the Scotia Dock II has sunk to the bottom of the narrows, while docking the Tug Stvens Breaker
By Chance, I drove by as the tug was being docked, and noted curiously that the scotia docked seemed to be lower in the water then usual.