When Latitude Geographics relocated its waterfront offices last year (approximately 100 meters eastward), we wound up with a better view of Victoria harbour. The harbour is actually a very busy one; with float planes, kayaks, canoes and boats of all type coming and going all day.
Over the past two weeks we have had the pleasure of looking out the office windows and seeing the following two images of beauty.
The first is the Attessa IV pictured below. Please note the helicopter pad. Very cool.
Today, the Pallada from Russia set anchor in nearly the same spot. Very impressive.
With the nice warm weather, Victoria harbour is a great place to drop anchor this time of year. The 270 Russian sailors on board surely will take the opportunity to do a lot of sight-seeing over the weekend.