Tag Archives: CSCL

Slow TV: CSCL Pacific Ocean approaches the berth; 27 June 2019

Most video clips abbreviate the action, but in this film, we follow the whole sequence of events in real time as the 400m CSCL Pacific Ocean approaches the berth at…

CSCL Neptune sails 31 May 2019, part 2: Getting under way.

After clearing the berth after her first call at Felixstowe (see part 1), CSCL Neptune goes ahead and drops of both her bow and stern tugs as she leave the…

CSCL Neptune sails, 31 May 2019: part 1 – Off the Berth

After completing cargo operations on her first call here, CSCL Neptune clears berth 9 with the assistance of 2 Svitzer tugs, on the morning of 31 May, 2019

CSCL Neptune, first call at Felixstowe, 29 May 2019

2012-built container ship CSCL Neptune arrives for her first call at the Port of Felixstowe on the evening of 29 May 2019.

CSCL Arctic Ocean sails with a fresh breeze, 6 March 2019

With a fresh SSW breeze blowing across Harwich Harbour, Ultra Large Container Ship CSCL Arctic Ocean requires requires 3 tugs to lift her off Felixstowe’s berth 8: at Felixstowe on…

30 knot winds mean 4 tugs for CSCL Pacific Ocean, 27 January 2018

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…

CSCL Pacific Ocean needs extra grunt, 19 August 2018

On the windy morning of 19 August 2018, ultra large container ship CSCL Pacific Ocean is struggling to clear her berth at Felixstowe with two tugs at the stern and…

Sea monsters July 2018 part 1

We filmed more than the usual number of magaships over 365 metres overall in July 2018 – so here is part one of the month’s clips. Don’t miss part 2!

Port of Felixstowe update – 31 July 2018:

New Shipping TV video: Latest summary of what news and information we’re getting from the Port of Felixstowe, its employees, customers, hauliers, and all the people who have been suffering…

Update from Felixstowe, 16 July

Another update from the mighty Port of Felixstowe . . . there are some fascinating rumblings out there . . .

Ultra Large Indian Ocean sails, 6 July 2018

Ultra Large Container Ship CSCL Indian Ocean sails from the Port of Felixstowe on the bright afternoon of 6 July 2018. She is leaving before completing cargo operations to allow…

Ultra Large CSCL Atlantic Ocean sails 4 July – but back soon!

Latest victim of the Felixstowe fiasco, Ultra Large Container Ship CSCL Atlantic Ocean sails from Felixstowe – but only as far as the Sunk anchorage, where she’ll await a call…

Sea Monsters, April 2018 – world’s largest container ships:

A compilation of the world’s largest container ships, over 365 metres long, calling at the Port of Felixstowe in April 2018:

Sea Monsters, March 2018 – World’s Largest Container Ships

Sea Monsters, March 2018 – a selection of the Ultra Large Container Ships calling at the Port of Felixstowe in March 2018, filmed by Shipping TV:

Sea Monsters, February 2018 – World’s Largest Container Ships

Sea Monsters, February 2018 – a selection of the Ultra Large Container Ships calling at the Port of Felixstowe in February 2018, filmed by Shipping TV:

Sea Monsters, January 2018 – World’s Largest Container Ships

Sea Monsters, January 2018 – a selection of the Ultra Large Container Ships calling at the Port of Felixstowe in January 2018, filmed by Shipping TV:

CSCL Arctic Ocean in Harwich Approach Channel, 27 March 2018

New Shipping TV video: China Shipping’s 19,100 TEU container ship CSCL Arctic Ocean starting to turn for Beach End at Felixstowe – tug Svitzer Deben going indirect to help her;…

CSCL Atlantic Ocean arrives Felixstowe, 30 Jan

The 2015-built ultra large container ship CSCL Atlantic Ocean arrives at Felixstowe – her last Northern European call on this rotation before returning to the Far East:

Busy Monday at Felixstowe, part 2: CSCL Mars & APL Miami, 25 Sept 20172 25 Sept

Monday, 25 September – part 2 of a busy day at the port of Felixstowe,with CSCL Mars & APL Miami appearing from the mist. You can now become a patron…