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We have Gas!

 The Tanker Acadian at Imperial Oil. She is the second of 2 tankers resupplying Nova Scotia with fuel. Note the recently added scrubber added to the back of the Funnel.

The first tanker arrived Friday, and Sailed Sunday. Acadian Arrived on Saturday, and was still unloading today.

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Tim Mckeil Works a Barge

The tug Tim Mckeil spent the weekend with a barge at Fairview Cove. They appear to be handling spools of some sort, which have been at the west end of the dock for several days now. Both were gone by last night, presumably to clear space for todays arrivals of Yantain Express and Tokyo Express.

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PSV Breaux Tide at Pier 25

The Platform Supply Vessel Breux tide arrived yesterday afternoon at pier 25. On charter to Atlantic Towing, She will be used for Shells Exploritory drilling program in the Shelburn Basin.

The Drill Rig, Stenna Icemax is still in the Gulf of Mexico.

Update 3/09: workers painted out the stern Port of registry and repainted her with Halifax. She is now registered in Canada.

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Follow Up On Sailboat Accident Yesterday.

DFO released the above picture today of yesterdays incident. Reports were of a vessel in trouble, off halifax, and CCGS Sambro Was Responding. The Sambro was noted to be in a position between Conrad’s and Lawrencetown beaches, where there appears to be a shoal.

CHS Chart #4237 (Halifax Harbour and Approaches) Refers to the point of land as Fox Point, and the rocks are actually labeled Egg Island.

The Sambro collected the 3 people, and took them to the Government Wharf in Eastern passage where they were tended to by paramedics.

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The Last days of the Nova Dock?

The Nova Dock was  moved from the shipyard to Woodside at noon today.

4 Mckiel tugs had  shown up in the past few days, and they appear to be working the Nova Dock. Salvor, Tim Mckeil, Beverly M1 and Lois M are all present, and tied up on the dock, moving it to woodside. the trip left late, at 1pm, and arrived around 6pm.

The Nova Docks Canadian Registry was closed August 18th, And I have been told she has been sold to International Ship Repair of Miami Fl.

The plan is the cut the dock in Half, then tow each half to Florida.
 the dock was built in 2 pieces and assembled on delivery.

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Tankers

 
 (Above) Algoma Dartmouth delivers bunkers to Alsterstern
(Below) Elka Sirius and New England tied up at Imperial Oil.

 

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