1. Royal Natura inbound. Some of her cargoes must be highly corrosive judging by the area below the manifold.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency Asian Gypsy Moth inspectors must have their work down to a science now. The chemical tanker Royal Natura was brought up at anchor around 1730 hrs and sailed again before 1930 hrs.
The ship was built in 2008 by Sekwang HI in Ulsan, South Korea, measuring 12,560 gross tons and 19,998 tonnes deadweight. It is bound for Becancour, QC.
For the record, I missed a photo of the tanker Scarlet Ibis which was also in for CFIA inspection on April 24, due to fog. It was bound from Ijmuiden, Netherlands to Montreal.