Most of the activity in Halifax harbour today took place in the lower harbour - south of George's Island.
The tanker Sea Vine put in this morning for Asian Gypsy moth inspection. Built in 2004 by Tsuneishi, Tadotsu, Japan as British Vine, it is 58,070 gt, 106,021 dwt vessel. It was renamed in 2016 when sold by BP Tankers to present owners Vine Marine Inc, under management of Sea World Management + Trading Inc of Greece.
Despite a bright sun, fog lingered well into the morning as Sea Vine loomed into view in number one anchorage.