On a misty and overcast Tuesday the ultra large container ship Emma mMersk breaks away from berth 9 with the assistance of tugs Svitzer Kent and Svitzer Deben.
Category Archives: Ships
2007-built container ship Navios Azure arrives at Felixstowe on the misty morning of Tuesday, 5 February 2019:
At around 4pm the 105m general cargo ship Ekmen Trans heads up the River Orwell and with assistance from tug Gray Salvor heads into the ABP Port of Ipswich.
The 2003 built Maersk Kingston arrives at Felixstowe on the afternoon of Thursday 31 January 2019.
The 2011-built and newly renamed MSC Emma arrives at the Port of Felixstowe on the cold but bright morning of 20 January 2018. She was a regular caller on her…
HNMLS Groningen steaming down Lower Reach of the River Orwell, then entering Harwich Harbour, and passing the berthed container ships at Felixstowe, as she sails from Ipswich out into the…
The 2013 Offshore Patrol Vessel HNLMS Groningen leaves the quay and gets under way after a visit to Ipswich, on the River Orwell.
With winds gusting to around 30 knots, and high container stacks generating massive windage, container ship CSCL Pacific Ocean required 4 tugs to lift her away from the quay at…
Dutch naval vessel HNLMS Groningen sails up the River Orwell, under the Orwell Bridge and berths on the old power station berth at the ABP Port of Ipswich for a…
With the golden light of a rising sun reflecting from her hull, 2012-built container ship MSC Margrit arrives at the Port of Felixstowe, Thursday 24 January, 2019:
Good news for Felixstowe as they sign new deal with DFDS and install new ferry linkspan.
103m tanker Oraluna arrives at Harwich Harbour heading for the Port of Felixstowe and to berth on Trinity 2.
20,388 TEU Ultra Large Container Ship Ever Gifted makes her maiden call at Felixstowe on the morning of Sunday 20 January 2019.
2003-built container ship MSC Pegasus sails from Felixstowe on the morning of 15 January 2019 – and she’s looking her age . . .
Maersk Guatemala sails from Felixstowe’s berth 9, in a strong breeze on the morning of 16 January, 2019:
After moving Transatlantic service TA4 temporarily from Felixstowe to Liverpool due to problems at Felixstowe, 2M have made the port change permanent.
At 16:15 and with light fading the 92.55m length offshore support vessel Olympic Delta makes her 2nd visit to the area for another quick stop at the port of Harwich.
Live animal export for fattening and slaughter is a trade that the UK seems to want to end, but so far hasn’t . . . the latest episode has seen…