Monday, 23 July 2012

Cargo Ship HHL CONGO

Another hot and hazy summer day and tell me, what's more fun than sitting on the wharf in Lancaster, Ontario along the St. Lawrence River and watching ships of the world go by? Here in the distance, the 452' Hansa Heavy Lift cargo ship HHL CONGO approaches a red marker on Lake St. Francis, and then continues to make good time while making her way upbound with a load of wind turbine towers destined for the upper lakes and perhaps a  neighbourhood near you. A few weeks ago, we saw the ATLANTICBORG pass us by with a load of wind turbine blades destined for Ogdensburg, New York http://carlzboats.blogspot.ca/2012/07/canada-day-2012-and-what-better-way-to.html. Seems to be the trend here.

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