covered the coming Age of Sail in 2021 in the Herald. The Oracel Wind is now looking at 2027, but construction contracts were signed for the NeoLiner earlier this year.
Beluga Skysails now sails as Onego Duesto, and was in Halifax delivering a load of rail for CN in November 2020. sadly i don’t have a photo of the ship.
The PCTC Morning Claire Spent Monday at pier 9, offloading assorted construction equipment.
PCTC have suffered a series of high profile incidents over the last number of years. We should be aware that any of these could happen here.
Asian Empire arrived this morning and tied up at pier 9 to offload heavy equipment. The ship will move to Autoport in the morning, which spent the day occupied by Sunshine Ace.
The Korean Flagged Asian Empire was built in 1998 and is 25 years old. its 229m long, and 29m wide.
(Above) the Tanker Acadian at Anchor in the Inner harbour. (below) MSC Shay in Anchorage 1 for Asian Gypsy Moth Inspection. the ship moved to pier 41 when MSC Japan Sailed.
While MSC Shay was at Anchor, the PCTC Bess departed from autoport (Above)Offering a nice size comparison of the two ships as they passed.(Below)
The Atlantic Elm was also tied up at COVE along side the Barge Atlantic Marlin
Grand Pavo Arrived at pier 9 yesterday to unload assorted heavy equipment, including a pair of rail grinders. The ship then moved to Autoport Saturday to finish unloading cars.
Built in 2005, Grand Pavo has a max capacity of 6400 cars. Pavo is named for a peacock in Greek mythology. Hera , queen of the heavens, used a peacock to pull her chariot through the skies.
Morning Charlotte tied up at Pier 9 last night to unload cargo. The ship is scheduled to sail at 1300 today for Charleston South Carolina
without a stop at Autoport. (ed: Ooops. it called on Autoport First. I missed that.)
Morning Charlotte was built in 2007.
The PCTC Don Pasquale tied up at pier 9 to deliver heavy equipment. the ship later moved to autoport.
(Above)Tanhauser had a tight departure from Autoport Friday afternoon, working her way around the USS Gerald R. Ford. (Below) Gotland, delivering a load of mud to pier 27. Gotland is working on Nirint’s service to Cuba and Norther Europe.
Another car carrier at pier 9. Oberon arrived last night, and is scheduled to move to auto port tomorrow at 7, before sailing in the late afternoon.
Oberon was built in 2008.
The car carrier treasure spent the day working cargo at pier 9 today. The ship arrived from Southampton UK. The ship is scheduled to move to autoport tomorrow at 11, and sail later in the evening.
Treasure was built in 1999, and is flagged in Liberia.