Monday, September 5, 2011

Photo: Full of Cape Grace

It's an unusual day when Burrard Inlet doesn't at least have a few big transport ships or tankers chilling in its waters. Considering that Port Metro Vancouver is Canada's main Pacific gateway, with plans underway for it to capture even more of the apparently lucrative trans-Pacific shipping business, such days will probably become even more unusual as the years go on.

During a return voyage from North Vancouver the other day, the SeaBus navigated around one such ship - the Cape Grace, a Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship, and there's room for plenty of cargo aboard.

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