It is not often that I get to actually follow up on the movement of a ship. It is also rare to get a decent photo from the window of a commercial aircraft. However I got a chance yesterday when, flying into Montreal en route to Toronto, the airplane flew directly over Section 103, the Shell Canada dock. On the North side of the dock, the Chinese tanker He Chi
was berthing with assistance of two Groupe Océan tugs.
It is also interesting to see ships from a different angle. The tanker's manifolds are clearly visible.
On the south side of the dock is the Canadian tanker Algocanada.
Also visible is the "winch only" signage for a helicopter landing spot.
The He Chi
had bunkered in Halifax last week - see Shipfax June 15
A low level view of the He Chi with Algoma Dartmouth bunkering in Halifax last week.
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