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Vessel being assisted from the Nustar dock by the tugs Svitzer Bedford and Point Chebucto as it began its voyage to Rotterdam NL
Outbound to sea and eventually Jacksonville Florida with a load of aggregates.
Vessel alongside at the Strait Superport Corp'n dock at Mulgrave N.S.
Aerial view of the vessel loading construction aggregates at Aulds Cove. .
Outbound on the Strait of Canso sailing past the Nova Scotia Nautical School on its way to New York with a cargo of construction aggregates loaded at Aulds Cove.
Vessel inbound to the Nustar Oil Terminal at Point Tupper N.S. The weather was a typical Eastern Nova Scotia spring day with 3 degrees C with high winds and ice fog.
Departing the inside berth at Nutars dock in Point Tupper N.S with 3000,000 barrels of refined product to be delivered to New Haven Ct. The tugs Svitzer Bedford and Point Chebucto are assisting in the manouever
The tug Svitzer Bedford on the stern line pulls the vessel to port as it exits the inside berth at Nustar's point Tupper dock.
Loading aggregate in Aulds Cove N.S.
Alongside the Nustar dock.
Astern of the crude oil tanker Americas Spirit doing a powered indirect move at the instruction of the pilot as the vessel heads south .
Alongside the Nustar Poil Terminal awaiting the pilot and tugs.
Vessel departing the Nustar Terminal at Point Tupper .
Vessel passing Checkpoint 7 being escorted by the tugs Svitzer Bedford and Point Chebucto.
Vessel being turned aftrer departing the Nustar Dock at point Tupper.
Testing water cannons off the Nustar Dock.
Alongside the barge Labrador Spirit loading gravel at the Martin Marietta Materials loading dock.It sailed with approx. 9600 tons of aggregate to be delivered to Prince Edward Island.
Departing for West Africa.
At India Anchorage awaiting berthing instructions for the Nustar Oil terminal in Point Tupper.
Discharging cargo several hours after arriving
Starboard side aerial view.
Portside aerial view of the vessel at the Nustar Ocean Berth One.
Passing Eddy Point bound for sea and eventually Bayway New Jersey with 570,000 barrels of crude oil.
Approaching Checkpoint 7.
Passing buoy Checkpoint 8 outbound to sea and on to Conception Bay Newfoundland
Vessel being turned in the stream just away from the Nustar Ocean Terminal by APA pilot Capt. Rick Hanlon assisted by the tugs Point Valiant,Svitzer Bedford and Point Chebucto.
Alongside the Georgia-Pacific loading dock .
Inbound to Inhabitants Bay India Anchorage and passing port to port with the tug Strait Raven towing fenders and headed to Anchorage Charlie.
About to drop anchor in Inhabitants Bay N.S.
Inbound to India Anchorage in Inhabitants Bay Nova Scotia for an Asian Gypsy moth inspection before proceeding to the St. Lawrence River.
Entering Canso Lock.
Slow approach to Canso Lock.
Passing Dixon Rock Buoy C-28 on approach to Canso Lock.
Outbound to sea after discharging coal at the Nova Scotia Power Coal dock @ Point Tupper N.S. Alongside is the tug Svitzer Bedford.
Vessel almost finished loading cargo.
Entering Canso Lock headed to Quebec.
Vessel heading to Quebec from Mulgrave N.S. .In the background is the Porcupine Mountain Quarry at Aulds Cove.
Vessel loading at the Martin Marietta Loading Dock.
Almost finished loading its cargo of construction aggregates for Charleston South Carolina.
Outbound from the Nustar Terminal to sea.
Vessel outbound after departing the Nustar Terminal at Pt. Tupper.Inbound is the Australian Spirit headed to the same terminal to load cargo.A lot of ships whistles could be heard as the vessels passed port to port.
Vessel photographed on clear and sunny Nova Scotia morning about 7 hours prior to departure for Mobile Alabama
Almost finished discharging its cargo of crude oil.
At the Nova Scotia Power Coal Dock discharging cargo.Photo taken about 2 hours before the ship was to depart.
Tied up in Port Hawkesbury,visible in the background is the McKeil tug Tony MacKay
Alongside the outbound Los Angeles Express.
Tug departing the base to meet an inbound crude oil tanker.