Thursday, June 3, 2010

Oak back, Bedford away

Svitzer Bedford (file photo)

Atlantic Oak with Atlantic Larch in background (file photo)

Atlantic Oak returned to port after a month or so away in Point Tupper filling in for Atlantic Fir, which came to Halifax.. This brings Atlantic towing back up to two tugs in port. Atlantic Larch has remained here all along.
Svitzer Bedford has gone to Lunenburg for her five year survey. This is her first drydocking since arriving in Halifax in the fall of 2005 from builders in Chile. Fleet mate Point Halifax remains in Lunenburg with one stern drive unit out for repairs. Point Chebucto and Point Valiant are the two working tugs in Halifax.

1 comment:

  1. OAK was not assisting with a rig it was replacing the FIR in Point Tupper