Latest World Health News

Spread the love

2014 – Vancouver – Alaska Cruise – Port Metro Vancouver, Centerm Terminal – 1 of 3
Latest World Health News
Image by Ted’s photos – Returns late June
As the ms Zaandam leaves its Canada Place birth the Centerm container dock comes into full view. Port Metro Vancouver is Canada’s largest and most diversified port.

Centerm, located on the south shore of Burrard Inlet, is a container facility that handles cargo for some of the world’s largest shipping lines.
Port Metro Vancouver offers four common-user container terminals with extensive on-dock rail facilities and features the only quad lift cranes in North and South America. Container cargo accounts for approximately 20 per cent of Port Metro Vancouver’s annual throughput.
Centerm is managed by DP World.

Length:294 m
Beam:32 m
Gross Tonnage:54465
Year Built:2000
Dead weight:66971 tons

Permission to use photo:

29 Sep 15:

Hello Mr. McGrath,

I wanted to use your picture of the Port of Vancouver ( for a professional, non-commercial use. This is with appropriate credit given with a link back to your picture and your flickr account.

I am willing to inform you any modifications I will make.



Permission to use photo
05 Apr 2018
Dear Mr. McGrath,

The Montreal Biosphere, Environment Museum, is developing an outdoor exhibition about Canadian oceans and we would be interested in displaying your photograph of Centerm Terminal within this event:

Approximately 50 striking images will highlight many aspects of our oceans, such as biodiversity, history, landscapes and environmental health. The photographs will be printed on a 6-by-4-foot format (on a laminated vinyl) and the general public will have free access to the exhibition.

If you are interested, we would like to know what would be the best available resolution for the image, and the fee for a license to enlarge, print and display the work for a period of 5 years, including the right to use a small copy in a visual presentation within the museum (Powerpoint).

Of course, the source and credits of the photographs will be acknowledged when displayed.

Thank you very much for your consideration. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sophie Malouin
Researcher – exhibition Oceans
For the Montreal Biosphere, Environment Museum
[email protected]

  • 1