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Halifax Port Authority preparing for next stage in global shipping

Halifax Port Authority preparing for next stage in global shipping

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2016
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November 18, 2016, Halifax, Nova ScotiaThe Halifax Port Authority has commenced a significant master planning exercise to prepare for the arrival of ‘ultra-class’ containerized vessels of over 10,000 TEU; large scale industrial mega projects; increasing larger cruise vessels; and how the Halifax Seaport District can complement the urban growth and revitalization currently underway in downtown Halifax and Dartmouth. WSP/Parsons Brinckerhoff Engineering Services, one of the world’s leading port development consultancy firms, has been hired to lead the master planning exercise. Aggressive timelines are being set. The exercise will prepare the Port of Halifax for the next five to 10 years. The Halifax Port Authority is working with partners including Halifax Regional Municipality and CN to identify alternative means of reducing the amount of container truck traffic in downtown Halifax. By working together, we will develop the best scenario for the Port and our city. Members of the public are invited to participate in the planning process by completing an online survey which can be found at www.PlanOurPort.ca.
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ACL G4 Con-Ro Ship ATLANTIC STAR Maiden Voyage into Halifax, NS, Canada (Jan 6, 2016)

ACL G4 Con-Ro Ship ATLANTIC STAR Maiden Voyage into Halifax, NS, Canada (Jan 6, 2016)

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Atlantic Container Line's brand new G4 class container/RO-RO vessel ATLANTIC STAR sailing under the A Murray MacKay Bridge as it sails into the Port of Halifax on it's maiden voyage inbound from Liverpool, England. The vessel is also seen on the Bedford Basin as well as docking at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal. Tugs ATLANTIC WILLOW and ATLANTIC OAK help guide the vessel to it's berth. ATLANTIC STAR and four G4 sister vessels due to be in service by this coming summer are the world's largest CONRO vessels. IMO Number: 9670573 Flag / Nationality: United Kingdom Operator: ACL Completion Year: 2015 Maximum TEU Capacity: 3800 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 296.00 Overall Beam (M): 37.60 Maximum Draught (M): 11.40 Deadweight (Ton): 45,000 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 81,600 Filmed at 9:40am, Wednesday January 6, 2016. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Container Ship CMA CGM LA SCALA Inbound Port of Halifax, NS, Canada (Mar 21, 2017)

Container Ship CMA CGM LA SCALA Inbound Port of Halifax, NS, Canada (Mar 21, 2017)

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Halifax Containership Spotting March 21-22 video 1 of 6 The very large 8465 TEU container vessel CMA CGM LA SCALA sailing into Halifax harbour and docking at the Halterm Container Terminal inbound from Asia via the Suez Canal. The 91,000 GRT vessel is being assisted to it's berth by the tugs ATLANTIC FIR, ATLANTIC WILLOW, and ATLANTIC OAK. IMO Number: 9450612 Flag / Nationality: United Kingdom Operator: CMA CGM Completion Year: 2010 / 09 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8465 Maximum Speed (Kn): 25.0 Overall Length (M): 334.00 Overall Beam (M): 42.80 Maximum Draught (M): 14.50 Deadweight (Ton): 109,021 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 90,931 Filmed at 12:20pm, Tuesday March 21, 2017 from Point Pleasant Park on the southern tip of Halifax. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Nuclear Watch: Canada  Radioactive leak at Halifax shipping yard (03/13/2014)

Nuclear Watch: Canada Radioactive leak at Halifax shipping yard (03/13/2014)

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http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/radioactive-leak-at-halifax-shipping-yard-hazmat-team-on-site-1.1728685 A container carrying a radioactive material used in the uranium enrichment process leaked at a Halifax shipping yard late Thursday, after falling more than 15 metres from a crane onto the deck below. Emergency officials and a hazardous materials team were on the scene at the shipping yard after the container carrying uranium hexafluoride fell. The material is used in the production of fuel for nuclear reactors and weapons.
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Maritime Museum, Halifax - Canada HD Travel Channel

Maritime Museum, Halifax - Canada HD Travel Channel

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Whenever you travel to Canada don't miss the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. The museum is dedicated to seafaring has several changing exhibitions. The main collection is composed of shipping equipment from different eras and provides a comprehensive overview of the history of seafaring and fishing. A second large collection shows model ships whose main piece is the detailed replica of the RMS Franconia II, the famous ship of the Cunard Line. A special section deals with the Titanic, who collided with an iceberg 600 miles off Halifax. At that time the dead, injured and survivors were then taken to Halifax. The original protocol of the radio messages documenting the events of that night document is also shown besides many original objects from the doomed ship. Another exhibition is dedicated to the Vikings and her landing in Newfoundland. Parts of the exhibits originate from Sweden. ...... please read more: https://blog.myvideomedia.com Viele Kanada-Reisende lassen sich einen Besuch im Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax nicht entgehen. Das Museum hat sich ganz der Seefahrt verschriebenen und besitzt mehrere wechselnde Einzelausstellungen. Die Hauptsammlung gilt Schiffsausrüstungsgegenständen aus verschiedenen Epochen und bietet einen umfassenden Überblick über die Geschichte der Seefahrt und der Fischerei. Eine zweite große Kollektion zeigt Modellschiffe, deren Hauptstück der detailgetreue Nachbau der RMS Franconia II ist, des bekannten Schiffs der Cunard Line. Eine Sonderausstellung befasst sich mit der Titanic, die 600 Seemeilen vor Halifax auf einen Eisberg auflief. Tote, Verletzte und Überlebende wurden damals nach Halifax gebracht. Neben vielen Objekten, die vom Unglücksschiff stammen, wird auch das Originalprotokoll der Funksprüche gezeigt, welches die Ereignisse jener Nacht dokumentieren. Eine weitere Ausstellung, deren Exponate zum Teil aus Schweden stammen, ist den Wikingern und ihrer Landung in Neufundland gewidmet. ...... Weitere Infos im Reisevideoblog: https://blog.myvideomedia.com
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Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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  • Updated: 25 May 2017
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Get to know a bit of Halifax before your cruise lands there. Things you might do and see on your visit. https://www.fandctravel.com/boston-montreal-cruise-2/
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The Halifax Explosion 1917 Nova Scotia, Canada

The Halifax Explosion 1917 Nova Scotia, Canada

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Images from the Halifax explosion that happened back in 1917.
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Container Ship CMA CGM THAMES Inbound into Halifax, NS, Canada (June 17, 2017)

Container Ship CMA CGM THAMES Inbound into Halifax, NS, Canada (June 17, 2017)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting June 16-17 video 9 of 9 The very large 9365 TEU container vessel CMA CGM THAMES sailing into the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and prepares to dock at the Halterm Container Terminal. The CMA CGM THAMES sailed from Asia via the Suez Canal with Colombo, Sri Lanka being her last port of call. The tugs ATLANTIC OAK and SPITFIRE III help the massive 95,263 ton vessel to her birth. At 9365 TEU, she is currently the largest size vessel to visit the Port of Halifax, however the first 10,000+ TEU vessel, the ZIM ANTWERP is due to arrive at the Port on June 29, 2017. CMA CGM is part of the "Ocean Alliance" with partners Evergreen, OOCL, and COSCO Shipping. There is a fair amount of Maersk boxes on this vessel as well, not sure why. IMO Number: 9674567 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Malta Operator: CMA CGM Completion Year: 2015 Maximum TEU Capacity: 9365 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 300.00 Overall Beam (M): 48.20 Maximum Draught (M): 14.80 Deadweight (Ton): 113,800 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 95,263 Filmed at 10am, Saturday June 17, 2017 at Point Pleasant Park. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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A Container ship arriving in Halifax Nova Scotia

A Container ship arriving in Halifax Nova Scotia

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  • Updated: 17 May 2016
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Cruise ships in Halifax Harbour. Scotia Droning

Cruise ships in Halifax Harbour. Scotia Droning

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There were a few cruise ships in Halifax Harbour today, I captured 2 of them in this video: AIDAdiva and Regatta. Scotia Droning Music: www.audionautix.com
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Container Ship CSCL AFRICA Sailing from the Port of Halifax (Aug 8, 2016)

Container Ship CSCL AFRICA Sailing from the Port of Halifax (Aug 8, 2016)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting Aug 7-8 video 6 of 6 The China Shipping container vessel CSCL AFRICA sailing from the Port of Halifax, NS, Canada, bound for New York, USA after a 12 hour stay at the Halterm Container Terminal. IMO Number: 9286011 Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong Operator: China Shipping (COSCO Shipping) Completion Year: 2005 é 01 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8468 Maximum Speed (Kn): 25.2 Overall Length (M): 334.00 Overall Beam (M): 42.90 Maximum Draught (M): 14.50 Deadweight (Ton): 101,612 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 90,645 Filmed at 6:35pm, Monday August 8, 2016 at Point Pleasant Park in Halifax, NS. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Big Ship in Halifax Harbour

Big Ship in Halifax Harbour

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2014
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Halifax Harbor with Cruise Ship

Halifax Harbor with Cruise Ship

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Container Ship COLOMBO EXPRESS inbound into Halifax - Under MacKay Bridge (Sept 1, 2015)

Container Ship COLOMBO EXPRESS inbound into Halifax - Under MacKay Bridge (Sept 1, 2015)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting video 5 of 5 The 8750 TEU Hapag-Lloyd container vessel COLOMBO EXPRESS sailing under the A Murray MacKay Bridge as it enters the Port of Halifax on maiden call, inbound from Cagliari, Italy. The vessel is guided to the Fairview Cove Container Terminal by the tugs Atlantic Larch and Atlantic Oak. At 8750 TEU capacity, the COLOMBO EXPRESS and sister vessel BUDAPEST EXPRESS are now the largest container vessels to visit the Port of Halifax. The COLOMBO EXPRESS was involved in a collision with the container vessel MAERSK TANJONG in the Suez Canal back in September 2014, but has since been repaired. Hapag-Lloyd is part of the G6 alliance with partners NYK Line, OOCL, APL, Hyundai, and Mitsu OSK Lines. IMO Number: 9295244 Flag / Nationality: Germany Operator: Hapag-Lloyd Completion Year: 2005 / 04 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8750 Maximum Speed (Kn): 25.0 Overall Length (M): 335.50 Overall Beam (M): 42.80 Maximum Draught (M): 14.60 Deadweight (Ton): 103,800 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 93,750 Filmed at 12:55pm, Tuesday September 1, 2015. Apologies for the shakiness of this video caused by the wind.
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DJI Phantom 3 Video - 10070 TEU Container Ship ZIM ANTWERP Inbound Halifax, NS

DJI Phantom 3 Video - 10070 TEU Container Ship ZIM ANTWERP Inbound Halifax, NS

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An aerial view of the 10,070 TEU container vessel ZIM ANTWERP inbound into the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada inbound from New York, USA. The tugs SPITFIRE III and ATLANTIC OAK slowly guide the massive 114,044 ton vessel backwards to it's berth at the Halterm Container Terminal. At 10,000 TEU, the ZIM ANTWERP is now the largest container vessel to call at the Port of Halifax. It is also the longest container vessel to visit the port at 349 meters. IMO Number: 9398448 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Liberia Operator: Zim Completion Year: 2009 / 12 Maximum TEU Capacity: 10,070 Maximum Speed (Kn): 25.8 Overall Length (M): 349.20 Overall Beam (M): 45.60 Maximum Draught (M): 15.00 Deadweight (Ton): 116,294 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 114,044 Filmed at 11:50am, Thursday June 29, 2017 using my DJI Phantom 3 Advanced version quadcopter drone. Music: Passing Time by Kevin MacLeod
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Container Ship AHS HAMBURG Inbound into Port of Halifax (May 22, 2017)

Container Ship AHS HAMBURG Inbound into Port of Halifax (May 22, 2017)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting May 22-23 video 2 of 6 The Tropical Shipping container vessel AHS HAMBURG sails into Halifax, NS, Canada and prepares to dock at the Halterm Container Terminal at the Port of Halifax. Tropical Shipping began calling at the Port of Halifax at the beginning of 2017 after many years serving the Port of Saint John in New Brunswick. IMO Number: 9406934 Ex Name: Pacific Hawk Flag / Nationality: Antigua & Barbuda Operator: Tropical Completion Year: 2008 / 10 Maximum TEU Capacity: 1118 Maximum Speed (Kn): 19.6 Overall Length (M): 147.80 Overall Beam (M): 23.50 Maximum Draught (M): 8.50 Deadweight (Ton): 13,735 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 9,957 Filmed at 6:46am, Monday May 22, 2017 at Point Pleasant Park. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Icebreaker International - Port of Halifax

Icebreaker International - Port of Halifax

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"Port of Halifax" by Icebreaker International. From the album: Trein Maersk: A Report To The NATOarts Board of Directors. Independent fan upload - no copyright owned.
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Superships -  Launching a Leviathan

Superships - Launching a Leviathan

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The TI Class of supertankers are currently the four largest ships in the world (by displacement, deadweight tonnage ≈ cargo mass, and gross tonnage, a formula value based on internal volume, not mass). The class comprises the ships TI Africa, TI Asia, TI Europe and TI Oceania, where the "TI" refers to the VLCC Tanker Pool operator Tankers International L.L.C. The class were the first ULCCs (ultra-large crude carriers) to be built in 25 years.[2] Compared to the TI Class, the Maersk Triple E class container ships are longer and have a higher cargo volume, including above deck containers. The previous largest ship, the supertanker Seawise Giant, was scrapped in 2010. Mega ships Big ships
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Halifax Shipyard: Shipbuilding Time Lapse

Halifax Shipyard: Shipbuilding Time Lapse

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Recorded from September 2009 to October 2010, a time-lapse 3 minute video of the building of the Atlantic Condor, an offshore supply vessel. Over 250 employees worked on the ship. Over 1,400 tonnes of steel was used, along with over 12 tonnes of paint, 85km of electrical cable and 600 square metres of hemlock for the deck. Visit http://www.ShipsStartHere.ca to support Nova Scotia shipbuilding.
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Container Ship ZIM LUANDA Inbound into Port of Halifax - Halterm (Aug 16, 2017)

Container Ship ZIM LUANDA Inbound into Port of Halifax - Halterm (Aug 16, 2017)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting August 15-16 video 5 of 8 The container vessel ZIM LUANDA comes out of the fog as it enters the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada inbound from Algeciras, Spain. The tug SPITFIRE III helps turn the ZIM LUANDA and pushes her to her birth at the Halterm Container Terminal. IMO Number: 9403229 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Malta Operator: ZIM Completion Year: 2009 / 06 Maximum TEU Capacity: 4526 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.5 Overall Length (M): 260.10 Overall Beam (M): 32.20 Maximum Draught (M): 12.60 Deadweight (Ton): 50,550 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 40,030 Filmed at 7:10am, Wednesday August 16, 2017. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Pier 21 The Death Ship Maersk Dubai Halifax Nova Scotia

Pier 21 The Death Ship Maersk Dubai Halifax Nova Scotia

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On 12 March 1996, two Romanian stowaways, Radu Danciu and Petre Sangeorzan, were discovered on the container ship Maersk Dubai and ordered overboard on a makeshift raft, approximately 70 kilometres off the coast of Gibraltar. On 18 May of the same year, while the vessel was en route to the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, another Romanian, Gheorghe Mihoc, was found hiding in a large cargo container, and was forced overboard at knife point by Captain Sheng Hsiu and four of his officers. A fourth stowaway, Nicolae Pasca, was discovered by Filipino crew member Rodolpho "Rudy" Miguel, and kept hidden until the ship arrived at Halifax, where eight Filipino crewmen (including Miguel) jumped ship and reported the incident to the authorities. Upon arrival in Halifax the Maersk Dubai was stormed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and Captain Hsiu and his Taiwanese officers were arrested and charged with first degree murder. The radio operator attempted to escape by jumping into the harbour, and was later arrested. Captain Hsiu attempted to deny access to the ship under international shipping laws. A spokesman for Yang Ming Lines, owner of the Maersk Dubai, claimed the Filipino crew members had made false accusations in retaliation for a dispute over wages. The Filipino crewmen maintained that the stowaways had been thrown overboard in order to avoid paying a fine of US$5090 for each illegal immigrant brought into Canada. Craig Garson, QC, Duncan Beveridge, QC, Kevin Coady, David Bright, Warren Zimmer, Josh Arnold and Kevin Burke QC represented the Taiwanese crew members charged with murder who were involved in the extradition process. Lee Cohen, a Halifax immigration lawyer, acted on behalf of some of the Filipino crew members, while the Republic of China (Taiwan) retained the services of the Canadian criminal lawyer Edward Greenspan. Taiwan protested the storming of the ship and the arrest of the officers, and contested the attempt by Canadian authorities to extradite them to Romania, citing Article 92 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Article 92 states that "Ships shall sail under the flag of one state only and, save in exceptional cases expressly provided for in international treaties or in this Convention, shall be subject to its exclusive jurisdiction on the high seas." Article 97 of the same Law further holds that "no arrest or detention of the ship, even as a measure of investigation, shall be ordered by any authorities other than those of the flag state." The flag state in this case was the Republic of China, which owns Yang Ming Lines. You Shar Cheng, the Taiwanese crew member represented by lawyer Josh Arnold, was discharged during the course of the extradition hearing when the Crown's witness recanted his allegations against Cheng during cross examination. Cheng was then allowed to leave Canada facing no charges, and returned home. Some of the other Taiwanese officers were eventually extradited to Taiwan. Captain Hsiu was charged with criminal negligence causing death and was subsequently acquitted for lack of evidence regarding the stowaways' deaths. None of the other officers were brought to trial. Several crew members claimed they saw no sign of the makeshift raft after the ship had passed, and believed that it might have been dragged under by the ship's wake. The three stowaways were never seen again. Their families received an out-of-court settlement after filing civil suit against Yang Ming Lines. The surviving stowaway is now[when?] living in the United States. Four of the Filipino crewmen who reported the incident have remained in Halifax, and three of them now work for the Canadian Coast Guard. Their families in the Philippines were reported[by whom?] to have gone into hiding during the proceedings for fear of reprisals by agents hired by Yang Ming Lines. The incident was one of the main themes of progressive metal band Savatage's concept album The Wake of Magellan. A partially fictionalized version of the incident was the plot of the book The Stowaway by Robert Hough.. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maersk_Dubai_incident
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Halifax Radioactive Leak @ Shipping Yard 3-14-14

Halifax Radioactive Leak @ Shipping Yard 3-14-14

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A container carrying a radioactive material used in the uranium enrichment process leaked at a Halifax shipping yard late Thursday, after falling more than 15 metres from a crane onto the deck below. Emergency officials and a hazardous materials team were on the scene at the shipping yard after the container carrying uranium hexafluoride fell. The material is used in the production of fuel for nuclear reactors and weapons. Fire officials told CTV News they are treating the situation as a radioactive leak. Officials said radiation levels around the unit are higher than normal. http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/radioactive-leak-at-halifax-shipping-yard-hazmat-team-on-site-1.1728685 http://enenews.com/ctv-breaking-news-a-confirmed-leak-radiation-levels-higher-than-they-should-be-commander-we-have-a-leak-ive-got-to-go-workers-container-of-nuclear-material-dropped-a http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=FR-20140314-43016-GBR RadChick:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=647136741988303 http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/saf-sec-sur/3/erg-gmu/erg/guidepage.aspx/guide166/id2195 Map:http://open.mapquest.com/?q=%20Lower%20Water%20Street,%20Halifax%20Regional%20Municipality,%20Nova%20Scotia,%20B3J%202Y3 FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes
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Container Ship BILBAO BRIDGE Outbound Port of Halifax, NS, Canada (June 16, 2017)

Container Ship BILBAO BRIDGE Outbound Port of Halifax, NS, Canada (June 16, 2017)

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Halifax Container Ship Spotting June 16-17 video 5 of 9 The K Line container vessel BILBAO BRIDGE sails under the A Murray MacKay Bridge as it departs from the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada bound for New York, USA after a brief five hour stay at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal. The tug Spitfire III is positioned at the stern of the 46,444 ton vessel. IMO Number: 9492701 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong / China Operator: K Line Completion Year: 2011 / 02 Maximum TEU Capacity: 4526 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.5 Overall Length (M): 260.10 Overall Beam (M): 35.00 Maximum Draught (M): 12.60 Deadweight (Ton): 58,200 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 46,444 Filmed at 11:55am, Friday June 16, 2017. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Atlantic Companion container ship departing Halifax NS

Atlantic Companion container ship departing Halifax NS

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Description 30 December 2013. ACL Ro-Ro/container carrier. Swedish flag. Built 1984. Arrived from Liverpool UK, and departing for Baltimore USA.
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2017 Halifax Tall Ships

2017 Halifax Tall Ships

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2017 Halifax Tall Ships at the Halifax Waterfront.
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Halifax Shipping

Halifax Shipping

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There is lots of shipping and industrial buildings in Halifax.
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Sailing - Halifax Tall Ships 2017

Sailing - Halifax Tall Ships 2017

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Tall Ships Halifax 2017

Tall Ships Halifax 2017

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3 Mystery Ships at Halifax 2016

3 Mystery Ships at Halifax 2016

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  • Updated: 19 Apr 2017
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