Having been named in May this year and put to work in September, the LNG bunker supply vessel Coralius is making a name for herself as the first of her type to be built in Europe and specifically designed for the conditions of the Baltic and North Seas.
Islands across the Caribbean are continuing to struggle following the unprecedented levels of damage wreaked by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and most recently Maria which entirely devastated the infrastructure of the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.
Some 150 container vessels of around 300,000 TEU capacity are currently laid up and this number is expected to expand considerably in the next few weeks as demand slows during the northern winter slow season before picking up again ahead of Chinese New Year.
The Teekay owned tanker Scott Spirit is a prime example of a modern shuttle tanker designed to load from offshore installations as an alternative to building undersea pipelines to connect offshore oil fields to storage and refinery capacity.
Seen here alongside in Coal Harbour, but more usually found lying at the Seaspan Dock at Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver, is the converted yacht St. Eval which began life in the UK having
been built at the Bowling Shipyard on the River Clyde in Scotland, as a pre-war Warrior Class tug.