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Photo Details
Photographer:Chris C. [View profile]Title:RYAN LEETAdded:Nov 19, 2007
Captured:IMO:7518977Hits:1,008
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
Secunda Marines "Ryan Leet" alongside in Dartmouth Cove 4/29/07
Vessel Identification
Name:Ryan Leet
IMO:7518977
Flag:Canada
MMSI:316262000
Callsign:VOQY
Former name(s):
- Salvor Commander (Until 1990 Jan)
- Abeille Provence (Until 1987 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:1,473 tons
Summer DWT:2,646 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Halifax
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1978
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (3)

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Mac Mackay on Nov 19, 2007 01:09 (9 years ago)
Ryan Leet departed for Dubai Nov. 12 - wil she ever return?
Chris C. on Apr 30, 2007 02:40 (10 years ago)
The peir in question is in fact the former Dartmouth
Marine Shipyard. Until a couple of years ago it was operational under the Irving name and then more recently sold to a land development company whose plans for the site include condos and townhouses.
As the peir is less than 100ft from Sedunda Marines
corparate offices i for one hope that they plan to make use of this dock for there ships as long as it's available to them. Since the closing of the shipyards this is the first time i've seen any use of these facilities.To the best of my knowledge there had been a dockyard in operation at this site for quite some time, possably more than 50 years
Kent Malo on Apr 30, 2007 01:15 (10 years ago)
Dartmouth Cove, is that a recent dock, recent I mean 20 years old or more, I don't remember it being there in the late fifties, or was it?. :-?
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