Smit Yare (centre) pictured this evening at the public quay.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Arrived in from her last port of call Campbeltown, Scotland to a berth at Smits base at the caisson berth area of the public quay, Smit Yare. The 27 mtr vessel pictured here in the centre is a sister to the regulars here at the port Smit Don and Smit Towy and also rare visitors Smit Dee and Smit Dart.
Sunday, February 07, 2016
Arrived at the marina yesterday morning for a scheduled visit to the boatyard, RNLB Sir William Hillary. The 14 mtr Tyne class is regularly on her station at Douglas in the Isle Of Man and is one earmarked for replacement by a brand new Shannon class during 2016.
Saturday, February 06, 2016
Pictured on station at the marina this morning, RNLB The Duke Of Kent. The 17 mtr lifeboat was the penultimate Severn class to be brought into service in 2005 and has been part of the relief fleet ever since.
The Duke Of Kent on station at Holyhead.
The relief Severn The Duke Of Kent at the marina lifeboat station this morning.
Friday, February 05, 2016
Arrived in to Holyhead bay at 08:30 this morning Olympus, The 80 mtr platform supply vessel owned by Global offshore services paid a visit to the Rio Tinto jetty and at 15:30 headed for Douglas on the Isle Of Man
Olympus turning in the bay off terminal 5.
Olympus swinging off the Rio Tinto jetty.
Final approach off the jetty to come alongside.
Friday, January 29, 2016
Pictured at a strange location of the harbour today, Sea Lady. The 30 mtr fishing vessel alongside at the knuckle of the refit berth, there for possible maintenance, looks in a precarious position as when the tide drops there is a severe angle of descent to the area she is berthed at.
Sea Lady berthed right on the knuckle of the refit berth.
Under the bow is the drop to the bottom of the harbour.
Under the stern Pelham patch dries at low water.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Arrived in to the inner harbour at Holyhead at 21:00 yesterday evening, MTS Valour. The 24 mtr Marine & Towage services tug arrived in with under tow, a newbuild as seen un-named 24 mtr beam trawler for a customer on the West Coast of Scotland.
All fast alongside the refit berth this morning MTS Valour and the newbuild fishing vessel.
The newbuild vessel this morning.
MTS Valour and the 24 mtr fishing vessel at the refit berth.
Friday, January 22, 2016
Another quick visit to the inner harbour today by the 48 mtr AHT Bremen Fighter, The vessel arrived in just after 09:00 this morning and over the high tide was back heading out to sea after about an hour at the refit berth.
Bremen Fighter entering the port this morning.
Gliding past the public quay to the refit berth.
Bremen Fighter performing a swing off the refit berth.
All fast alongside the refit berth.
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Arrived in to the port of Holyhead at 22:45 last night, Codrington Arrow. The 27 mtr former ferry, first headed in to the marina then berthed at the South quay, initially hails from Norway as part of Fjord 1's fleet, then after some work and renaming operated from Monserrat to Antigua in the Caribbean Islands.
Codrington Arrow pictured at the South quay not long after arrival.
The much travelled vessel Codrington Arrow at the South quay this morning.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Launched yesterday and conducting trials before handover the latest and last newbuild Ministry Of Defence patrol boat Tiree. Pictured this morning at the marina and heading out towards Holyhead Bay on trials the 15 mtr fastcraft Tiree.
Tiree all fast at the marina.
Clearing the marina, heading out on trials.
Tiree heading along the great wall with glimpses of weather from the bay.
Tiree with some impressive landmarks as a backdrop.
Arrived at the Rio Tinto jetty Tuesday evening Bremen Fighter, The 48 mtr Urag owned tug had visited the port on the 9th January initially and is awaiting task. Bremen Fighter will join her sister Centaurus in taking the platform JB115 back to Amsterdam with a possible call in to the port of Holyhead on route.
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Arrived in to the port of Holyhead on the 9th January from their last port of call Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Bremen Fighter and Centaurus. The vessels both 48 mtr length tugs had a four day steam from the North sea port and are now currently at the Moelfre anchorage.
Centaurus alongside Bremen Fighter at the refit berth yesterday. Picture by Mike Thomas.
Bremen Fighter pictured on her last visit to the area, Here anchored off Rhoscolyn 27th November 2012.
Thursday, January 07, 2016
Two visitors to the public quay this morning, first the earliest arrival 20 mtr Hornsriff and joining her shortly after 25 mtr Hornsriff, Both fishing vessels registered in Wexford Republic of Ireland.
Sunday, December 13, 2015
Two new visitors to the port yesterday. Arrived in just after 13:00 Noordzee, The 34 mtr Troon registered fishing vessel along with Olivia Jean unloaded their latest catches and headed back to sea by 19:00. Next up with a near darkness arrival at 16:30 Aaron, The 24 mtr multicat belonging to Abeko of the Netherlands have their fields ranging from lifting, demolition to dredging, whilst the vessel registered in Beaumaris had a short stopover at the refit berth and headed out at 05:45 this morning.
Noordzee arriving in to the port yeterday. Picture by Michael Thomas.
Noordzee alongside the public quay yesterday evening.
Abeko's multicat Aaron alongside the refit berth yesterday evening.
Tuesday, December 08, 2015
Arrived at the port of Holyhead on the 2nd December and firstly to a berth on the marina Lynas Point, Holyhead Towings Turbine Transfers 15 mtr fastcraft is another of the companies large fleet to visit the home port.
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Arrived in this evening to a berth a the public quay, Kees JR. The 22 mtr multifunctional vessel belonging to Baggerbedrijf De Boer or internationally known Dutch Dredging. It is their most recent addition to their dredging fleet and is designed to turn its hand to almost all other tasks away from the dredging field also.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Some fishing vessel pictures from this morning. Firstly alongside at the South quay, Relentless. The 10 mtr Ipswich registered fishing vessel has been alongside here for a number of days. Also after being alongside for a few days some departure pictures of Georgia Dawn.
A tidy looking Relentless at the South quay.
Georgia Dawn passing port control.
Georgia Dawn heading out to sea between the Admiralty and South quay piers.