It was such a lovely day that any thoughts of going to the office vanished once I stepped out of the house.
Foss tugs were helping out with fuel barges today.
Mikioi with Ne‘ena before the the barge was towed out of the harbor by Namahoe (hidden behind the barge):
Mamo with Alaska Mariner and barge Capella moving to Pier 1:
Nice to see Eleu!
(Check out the difference in size between Eleu and Mikioi)
Splendid Ace crew:
Alaska Mariner is a smart-looking tug:
I posted a picture of Fortuna a little while back. Here’s another one:
I’ve been keeping an eye on her. Maybe the State should as well? It would be pretty pathetic if she ends up like Judy K.
The waterfront mix of the day:
(Matson barge Haleakala, Alaska Mariner, Grand Princess)
I stopped by the harbor to drop off a few things.
Peekaboo! Kokua with barge Mauna Loa:
Tira Lani assisting:
Hello to the captain of Star of Honolulu:
Not the most exciting photo, but it shows work being done on Pier 12:
Having spent most of the week at home, I was happy to get out and do something.
Something = Go to Harbor
Coast Guard boat on patrol:
Lights… Henry Sr., Mumbai, and Mokihana:
I came down with a bad cold, so I wasn’t feeling up to posting these earlier.
Something different. False kamani (Terminalia catalpa) leaves:
Cruising around, looking for food:
Someone missing a shoe?
American Contender detail:
I’m not sure if this is the best solution, but at least someone did something about the boat:
Waiting for BBC Shanghai to leave:
Or, maybe not.
Mamo arriving to assist:
Or, maybe not.
Well…that was a waste of time.
Mikioi assisting Manoa:
LIST OF PIER NUMBERS
Pier 1 – Army Wharf (marine planter)
Pier 2 – Channel Wharf
Pier 3 – I.-I. Coal Wharf
Pier 4 – Marine Railway Site (proposed wharf)
Pier 5 – Naval Wharf No. 1
Pier 5A – Naval Wharf No. 2
Pier 6 – Richards St. Wharf
Pier 7 – Alakea St. Wharf
Pier 8 – Fort St. Bulkhead Slip
Pier 9 – Fort St. Bulkhead Front
Pier 10 – Oceanic Wharf
Pier 11 – Allen & Robinson Frontage
Pier 12 – Brewer Wharf
Pier 13 – Nuuanu St. Wharf
Pier 14 – Mauna Kea Wharf
Pier 15 – Queen St. Bulkhead Wharf
Pier 16 – Hackfield Wharf
Pier 17 – Railroad Wharf
Pier 18 – Railroad Wharf (mauka)
Pier 19 – Railroad Wharf (makai) N4
Honolulu Star-Bulletin (15 January 1914)
Containment boom in the way, can’t move barge:
Namahoe and Ne‘ena:
USCGC Sherman leaving the harbor:
Cargo outbound. Mokihana and Kwai (with sail up):
School of fish running away from something:
Horizon Spirit with tugs Mikioi and Pi‘ilani: