Built in 1991 and with several name changes since, Calais Seaways enters the Port of Calais and heads for the ramp on Tuesday, 3rd October, 2017. Her previous names have…
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Filmed with a hand-held camera aboard the Spirit of Britain, leaving the Port of Dover, and then seeing passing ferry traffic as we make the approach in towards Calais on…
P&O cross-channel ferry Pride of Burgundy approaching the ramp at Dover, at around 9.30am on the breezy morning of 2nd October, 2017.
P&O freight ferry European Seaway sailing from Calais on the breezy morning of Tuesday, 3rd October 2017:
Shipping TV Ferry Week video: DFDS Cote des Flandres sails from the Port of Calais, on the bright and breezy morning of Tuesday, 3 October 2017:
Ferry Week: DFDS Cote des Flandre arrives at the Port of Calais, 2 October 2017:
1991-built P&O ferry Pride of Canterbury arrives at the port of Calais, breezy Monday 2nd October 2017.
2001-built ferry DFDS Cote des Dunes sails from the port of Calais into a 20 knot westerly, Monday 2nd October 2017.
Freight Ferry European Seaway filmed from the stern deck of Spirit of Britain as they pass in the Calais approach channel:
Timelapse movie filmed as part of our 2015 series, North Sea Ro-Ro – Captain Ole Nielsen swings Suecia Seaways, and takes her astern into the berth at Vlaardingen. You can…
The ferry Kydon did some damage at the port of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic after striking a pier while mooring on Thursday. Her bow hit the pier and…
New Shipping TV news video: At April’s Multimodal exhibition at the NEC ,the Port of Ramsgate was setting out its case for attracting new RoRo traffic:
Tugs under way, Paper Moon outbound, ro-ro ferry Severine and container ship Maersk Gibraltar inbound., breezy late afternoon of Friday, 17th March 2017
Ro-ro Ferries like Britannia Seaways are designed to carry out all their manoeuvres under their own power, using their powerful bowthrusters and twin engines, and Becker rudders to control propeller…
Ro-ro Stena Foreteller arriving at Harwich for her regular call, Friday 17th February 2017.
Some high quality shots of ferry Spirit of Tasmania, as she sails her regular route across Bass Strait: Spirit of Tasmania 5Nov16 from Lester on Vimeo.
The 1946-built paddle steamer Waverley sailing from Harwich on the morning of Sunday, 2nd September 2016
The 2002-built freight ferry Stena Foreteller arriving at Harwich for Harwich Navyard. She serves a number of ports in the UK, Northern Europe and Baltic.
With one of her 2 propshafts out of service, ropax Stena Britannica sails from Harwich on the 11th September 2016, heading towards the Hook of Holland. With only one shaft…