Main piling is now complete on the new Felixstowe finger quay, while larger ships are starting to put the pressure on UK ports . . .
Associated British Ports have just spent in excess of £600,000 buying a new swedish-designed multidocker materials handler which will work across their South Wales ports.
The 13,800 TEU Thalassa Tyhi arriving at the Port of Felixstowe on Sunday, 30th November, 2014.
The 1895-built Sailing Barge Victor motoring up to Ipswich and berthing in the wet dock at Ipswich, on the afternoon of 30th November, 2014 Skipper Wes Westwood; http://www.sbvictor.co.uk
A videa captured from a hotel room window, at Rendsburg . . made by efbeVideo. I’d like the room number, please!
On the morning of 26th November, 2014, Houston Bridge departing Felixstowe.
The world’s 3rd largest container line, CMA-CGM, have taken over feeder line OPDR . .
A really great video from Nick Payne recording a day in the life of Z-driving on the Houston Ship Channel . .
MSC Cordoba outbound, MSC Ilona inbound at Felixstowe, on the morning of 21st November, 2014, with other traffic.
Stena Line is taking Stena Germanica out of service for 6 weeks in early January for conversion to clean and green methanol fuel.
Tug operations don’t often get the attention they deserve – tugs are often at some degree of risk when working with larger vessels, sometimes depending upon what equipment the tow…
On January 1st, 2015, ships will have to reduce their emissions in the new North American and North European Emission Control Areas . . will it be a game-changer?
Join pilot David Thurston aboard MSC Benedetta as she comes into Felixstowe, swings and comes alongside at Berths 8/9. Filmed 2nd November, 2014.
MSC Benedetta inbound at Felixstowe on the breezy morning of 12th November, 2014: