Monday, May 25, 2009

A towing operation through Head Harbour and Passamaquoddy has attracted attention. Art

I took these tonight about 8:15. It seems this relatively small ship is being towed up river to the port. There is no sign of any engines being operated on the ship. Unless this is a drill to show they can tow disabled ships with tugs, it seems to be the real thing. The view beyond is the road in Robinston, the proposed LNG terminal would be just to the left. Feel free to share these, and we have more. Thanks to Lesley and Diane


Seen from the lighthouse. Two tugs and a ship moving at one mile /hr ( extremely slowly) through Head Harbour passage. Wonder if it is a training exercise? Or perhaps new rules? Joyce

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