The wheels seemed to have fallen off the best laid plans of the skipper a little, some of the crew acquired some beer and were enjoying the sights and roads of Nain while consuming same late afternoon.
In need of a haul out and some maintenance, the hull below water line is quite thick with marine growth.
The other boat in the picture is locally owned, she does the charter work up north for Parks Canada.
Still on boats:
The mv Astron is on a very unusual schedule of late. She comes into Nain at a very ungodly hour of the early morning, unloads her cargo and is gone again without a by-your-leave.
No wharfinger is at the dock, no one who wants to ship anything out has the chance to.
This was going on last year and previous years. I thought people had worked a better schedule out with the minister responsible for transport, apparently not.
The crew on that boat sure is better behaved than the crew on the Abigail Grace. The
And a correction on the mv Astron, there was a wharfinger at the dock when she came in early Saturday morning.
This does not address why the early arrivals.