Due tonight is the tug Ocean Arctique. The tug is tandem towing two barges, abys and timberland to be used by American Bridge co. For the big lift.
UPDATE: they did not come in last night. Now due to try again Noonish.
UPDATE: They picked up the pilot at noon, and finally made Anchorage 1 by 2:30. here the tow was separated, and the barges moved to the Cherubini wharf. Above, Lady Shirleen and Belle D from RMI Marine are moving the Ocean Abys, Timberland is still in tow of Ocean Arctique
The Feds announced on Friday that NEWDOCK St. John’s Dockyard Limited for important refit and maintenance work for the CCGS Edward Cornwallis.
The CCGS Edward Cornwallis is a high-endurance multi-tasked vessel, light icebreaker and buoy tending vessel based at BIO. Maintenance work includes refurbishment of the hull, galley deck, tanks, propeller tail shaft, and auxiliary and domestic systems.
The Work is scheduled to begin in August, and be completed by October 2015.
With the CCGS Earl Gray undergoing a Mid-life refit, Sister vessel CCGS Samuel Risley is in town filling in. the Risley is the same class of vessel and design as the Earl Grey, and was built by Vito Steel Boat and Barge of Delta, British Columbia in 1984. (Earl Grey was built in Pictou in 1985)
She is normally based in Parry Sound Ontario and operates in the great lakes.
the ship is named after Samuel Risley, the first Chairman of the Board of Steamship Inspection in 1858.
Last night a Silver Pandora Bracelet with 4 charms was lost along the board walk, somewhere between Cows and East Coast Lifestyle, by the seaport market.
It has sentimental Value.
If you found it, Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
From August 7 to September 17, 2015, the CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent and the CCGS Terry Fox will be on a six week scientific survey to collect data needed for Canada’s Arctic continental shelf submission to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
The Geological Survey of Canada, part of Natural Resources Canada, and the Canadian Hydrographic Service, part of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, are responsible for this scientific work. The vessels will survey an area in the Eurasian Basin on the Lomonosov Ridge and areas in the vicinity of the North Pole.
This is the second phase of work that was started by these 2 ships last summer.