Tag Archives: Evergreen

Tampa Triumph arrives at Felixstowe, 6 May 2018

On charter to Evergreen, the 2017-built container ship Tampa Triumph arrives at Felixstowe on the morning of 6 May 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:

Classic Shipping TV – North Sea ro-ro, part 4

New Classic Shipping TV video: part 4 of Shipping TV’s 2015 series, North Sea Ro-Ro, sailing home from Rotterdam aboard DFDS Selandia Seaways – slowly out of the Vulcaanhaven basin…

ULCS Titan sailing from Felixstowe, 6 March 2018

Ultra Large Container Ship Titan sailing from the Port of Felixstowe on the morning of 6th March, 2018:

Thalassa Mana entering harbour, 10 Feb 2018

13,806 TEU container ship Thalassa Mana in Harwich Approach Channel, and entering harbour, on Saturday 10 February 2018:

Thalassa Avra sails at dusk, 31st October 2017

2014-built container ship Thalassa Avra sailing from the Port of Felixstoweas evening approaches on the 31st October 2017.

Talos arrives at Felixstowe at dusk, 24 Oct 2017

369 metre container ship Talos arrives at the Port of Felixstowe at dusk on the afternoon of 24th October 2017. The ship is on charter to Evergreen.

Ferry Week: DFDS Cote des Flandres sails, 3 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:

ULCS Theseus sailing from Felixstowe, 20 September 2017

369 metre ULCS Theseus sailing from the Port of Felixstowe, around 10am, 20th September 2017:

Maiden Call: Toledo Triumph arrives Felixstowe, 29 July 17

On charter to Evergreen, the 14,000 TEU Toledo Triumph makes her maiden call at Felixstowe, late afternoon of 29th July 2017:

Theseus inbound, Harwich Deep Water Channel, 3 July 2017

The 366 metre Theseus approaching Felixstowe via the Harwich Deep Water Channel, on the evening of 3rd july 2017.

Thalassa Patris arriving Felixstowe, 12 June 2017

Heading straight for the berth just vacated by Thalassa Elpida just a couple of hours before, 13,808 TEU container vessel Thalassa Patris arrives at and enters Harwich harbour on the…

Mighty Thalassa sisters passing each other, 12 June 2017

A pair of 150,000 tonne sisterships, Thalassa Patris and Thalassa Elpida, pass each other while transiting the Harwich Deep Water Approach Channel – that’s 300,000 tonnes of steel with a…

Thalassa Elpida sailing from Felixstowe, 12 June 2017

The 2014-built 13,808 container ship Thalasssa Elpida sails from Felixstowe’s berth 7 to make way for her sister ship, Thalassa Patris. Both ships are owned by Enesel S.A., Athens, and…

Maiden Call: Tokyo Triumph arriving Felixstowe, 3 June 17

Evergreen’s latest boxship, the 14,000 TEU Tokyo Triumph, arrives at Felixstowe on her maiden voyage – evening of 3rd June 2017.

Thalassa Pistis sails as Talos works Containers, 20 December, 2016

Greek owned ontainer vessel Thalassa Pistis sails from the Port of Felixstowe on the morning of 20 December 2016, while Talos, also Greek-owned and chartered to Evergreen, works containers on…

Triton sails in the mist, 25 October 2016

The 2016-built container ship Triton sails from the Port of Felixstowe in the mist, 25th October, 2016.

ULCS Thalassa Mana sails from Trinity Terminal Felixstowe, 4 October 2016

Ultra Large Container Ship Thalassa Mana sailing from Felixstowe’s Trinity Terminal on the breezy afternoon of 4th October 2016.

Vantage making her first call at Felixstowe, 1 August 2016

8,800 TEU container ship Vantage, making her first call at the Port of Felixstowe, on the afternoon of 1st August 2016.

Evergreen’s 8,503 TEU Ever Linking sailing from Felixstowe, 5 July 2016

Evergreen lines’ 100,000 ton, 8,503 TEU container vessel Ever Linking moves out from her berth using just one tug and her bowthrusters; 5th July, 2016.