Evans McKeil Arrived with the barge HM Dock 1 and Tied up at Navy L. They will be taking the remaining Oberon Class Submarines to ontrio where 2 will be scrapped, and 1 will be turned into a museum. The 4th was towed to Rimouski PQ, and is already a Museum.
That tow, By the Tug Jerry Newberry had issues with the toeline parting, which I suppose was the reason to transport the remaining subs on a barge.
The AFl New England arrived in the outer anchorage Last Monday, and sailed for Fairview on Friday at 1130 – looking empty. She departed for Portland at 16:30, with nothing on deck, so presumably the load fits in her holds.
We will see what this week brings
CG Eagle arrived and Anchored in Anchorage 1. She will move to the Cable Wharf at 0830 tomorrow, and will be open for tours Tomorrow afternoon and throughout the weekend.
Originally named SSS Horst Wessel, she was is a sister ship of the German navy tall ship Gorch Fock. Built by Blohm & Voss in Hamburg, in 1936, She was handed over to the Americans as war reparations after the second world war.
The Louis M. Lauzier moved from the coast Guard base in Dartmouth to the South Battery (Bishops Landing) She will not be open for tours, Despite her public location.
Earl gray departed for some Buoy Maintenance in the approaches
A large number of yachts are tied up today around the Royal NS Yacht Squadron (AIS Targets in the ARM) and on the waterfront. These vessels arrived yesterday completing the biennial Ocean Race from Marblehead MA to Halifax.
Also Seen today, A fleet of Opti’s – training the sailors of tomorrow.
CCGS Louis M Lauzier is a medium sized patrol vessel of 37.1 meters which operates up to 120 nautical miles offshore. The main use is for maritime security and fisheries enforcement.
She is tied up at The Coastguard Dock In Dartmouth.
K-Line Akinada Bridge at Pier 41.
Edward Cornwallis arriving with Earl Grey departing for Sydney