the Norwegian Bliss made a call today, on her first trip, crossing the Atlantic, bound for New York from Southampton, via the Azores and Halifax. She will then Relocate to Miami, and cruse to LA via the Panama Canal, before taking up a regular schedule Cruising Seattle to Alaska, moving to the Caribbean for the winter.
The tug Hercule, now flying the Jamican Flag, for Jamican Owners put in to Pier 9 this afternoon on her way south. The former Groupe Ocean Tug, Ocean Hercule, was sold in November, Renamed in her home port of Sorel-Tracy, and then moved to Montreal for the winter.
Boa Bison and Boa Barge 37 arrived this morning for the shipyard. The Tug took bunkers, and is expected to sail this afternoon. The barge is on long term charter to the shipyard, for use as a lunching platform for the AOPS vessels currently under construction.
Update: Boa Bison sailed for Bergen Norway at 6pm.
the Tanker Nore arrived this morning and tied up at Pier 9, where Wilson’s Fuels has a connection to their tank farm on barrington street, Though she is likely not carrying a cargo.
A small tanker, she was built in 2007, and arrived from Ceuta Spain. A sister ship to Algoma Dartmouth, Shipfax is reporting that she is bound for the west coast under Canadian ownership as AS Aquarius. if you look closely, you will notice her name has been painted out on the hull, both forward, and on the stern.
Atlantic Sun spent last evening at the east end of Fairview Cove, working the RO-RO Decks. She moved back to the Western Berth after Crete I sailed, to work containers, and sailed late morning Saturday.
Crete I spent the night at Fairview Cove. the 2009 built, 6300teu containership was acquired as part of Hapag-Llyod’s takeover of UASC.
The Bulker Interlink Levity arrived yesterday and spent today at anchor for hull cleaning and Bunkers. she is scheduled to sail early afternoon tomorrow. She was built in 2014, and arrived loaded from Fairless Hills, a suburb of Philadephia, likely carrying coal into the lakes, for steel making.
Though it has few natural enemies, this Harbour Hopper has fallen victim to the Ruggles, and is dragged back to its lair to be disemboweled
The 2018 Cruise season kicked off today with the arrival of the Norwegian Cruise ship Fram, tieing up at Pier 23. Built in 2007 for Hurtigruten. On this trip she arrived from Boston and carries 327 passengers on expedition style cruises.
Next on the Cruise schedule is the Artania arriving on the 26th, Norwegian Bliss, re-positioning form Southampton to New York, and MS Veendam on a Boston to Montreal trip arrive on the 30th.