JOHN HARDING PHOTO                                The Seagate docks in Port Hardy have been a popular resting place for some impressive Canadian Coast Guard vessels this spring. On Thursday, it was the Gordon Reid’s turn. The Gordon Reid is a specialty vessel that calls Victoria home. It is 50 metres long, has a complement of 14 crew and maximum speed of 16.5 knots.

JOHN HARDING PHOTO The Seagate docks in Port Hardy have been a popular resting place for some impressive Canadian Coast Guard vessels this spring. On Thursday, it was the Gordon Reid’s turn. The Gordon Reid is a specialty vessel that calls Victoria home. It is 50 metres long, has a complement of 14 crew and maximum speed of 16.5 knots.

Another coast guard visitor to Seagate docks in Port Hardy

This time it was the Gordon Reid that tied up in Port Hardy

The Seagate docks in Port Hardy have been a popular resting place for some impressive Canadian Coast Guard vessels this spring.

On Thursday, it was the Gordon Reid’s turn.

The Gordon Reid is a specialty vessel that calls Victoria home.

It is 50 metres long, has a complement of 14 crew and maximum speed of 16.5 knots.

— Gazette Staff