On the bright and breezy morning of 13 February 2020, DFDS ferry Tulipa Seaways employs two tugs to see her clear of the berth, and help get her under way….
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DFDS ro-ro cargo ship Britannia Seaways departs her berth at the port of Felixstowe and heads off to Vlaardingen, Rotterdam.
A total of 5 ro-ro freight ferries sail in and out of Harwich and Felixstowe to Rotterdam every day, with another 2 big ro-pax ferries also making the crossing. The…
New Shipping TV video: APL Oregon and Suecia Seaways sail, 31 May 2019 – looking tired and in need of some TLC, container ship APL Oregon sails from Felixstowe, followed…
DFDS freight ro-ro Suecia Seaways heads out into the North Sea on her way to Rotterdam, on the breezy but bright morning of 22 May 2019. You can enjoy the…
Although Roro ferries are among the most maneuverable ships, DFDS Suecia Seaways engaged a tug to assist her from her ramp on the windy morning of Friday, 15 March 2019
134m oil/chemical tanker Chemical Provider passing through Harwich Harbour outbound from Harwich in the windy and rough conditions, heading for Rotterdam.
Ultra Large Container Ship MSC Anna leaves berth 9 at Felixstowe on the bright morning of 11 February 2019. See more in part 2.
The 21,413 TEU Ultra Large Container Ship OOCL Japan leaves Felixstowe in a “cut and run” – when the ship sails before all cargo operations have been completed. Cargo due…
Good news for Felixstowe as they sign new deal with DFDS and install new ferry linkspan.
Footage filmed in Bremerhaven on Thursday shows the cargo ship MSC Zoe which lost around 270 containers in stormy seas off the Dutch coast.
At 15:30 and with the last light of the day fading rapidly the 142m length FWN PAULA departs the port of Ipswich with tug Gray Test for company and heads…
North Sea ferry Stena Britannica turns into Harwich Harbour from the River Stour, and heads out – next stop, Hook of Holland.
On the bright but cold morning of 12 December 2018, ro-ro freight ferry Somerset heads out into the North Sea.
On the cold and breezy morning of 21 November 2018, MSC Candice swings away from Felixstowe’s berth 8 and heads for the North Sea.
Fluvius Otter sails from Ipswich, passing the berths at Felixstowe on the breezy morning of 3 November 2018.
Despite the Port of Felixstowe’s claims that their TOS is working better, major shipping lines like MSC are still switching services to avoid delays to their customers . . .