Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Tahoma sails

When the USCGC Tahoma WMEC 908 sailed this morning it afforded a bit of a close up view as it sailed west of George's Island.

Thanks to that close pass I got a glimpse of some of the MH65D helicopter partly projecting from the hangar.

The reason for sticking to the west of the island was to give good clearance to the navy's supply ship Asterix occupying number one anchorage and due to sail within the hour.  After fueling at Irving Oil yesterday it moved to anchor because its customary berth was occupied.

Asgterix and HMCS Glace Bay put to sea this morning and HMCS Halifax was standing off the port.


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