Kees JR all fast alongside the public quay.
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.
Arrived in to a berth at the marina earlier today, Pampero. The 11 mtr Humber cabin rib belonging to Northern Rib Hire a rib charter provider with a varying size fleet for use in a multitude of roles. visit the link below for more information.
Pampero all fast at the marina this afternoon.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Arrived in to a berth at the public quay yesterday teatime Georgia Dawn, The 18 mtr Inverness registered fishing vessel entered the inner harbour with another recent visitor Emerld Dawn. Both vessels are currently still alongside at the public quay.
Saturday, November 07, 2015
Another of Thun tankers pictured at terminal 4 today, This time 114 mtr oil products tanker Thun Galaxy. The vessel arrived in from Ijmuiden her last port of call and was all fast alongside at 10:40.
Thursday, November 05, 2015
Arrived in to a berth at the marina yesterday evening at 18:30 was Dalby Derwent, The 17 mtr windfarm support vessel operated by Dalby Offshore is at Holyhead on a visit to and is currently lifted out at the boatyard.
Monday, November 02, 2015
An eventful day at Holyhead port yesterday firstly with the arrival alongside Bluster at the Rio Tinto jetty of Smit Waterloo. Smits 30 mtr tug here at Holyhead to assist the departure, along with the other tugs, of Stena`s last and oldest HSS vessels out of the inner harbour. Along with the St David ahead the Smit Waterloo and Afon Cefni at the stern, all three ably escorted the newly named One World Karadeniz from her berth over the last 19 years to the awaiting Bluster and a tow to her new destination.
Smit Waterloo seen here at the stern of the One World Karadeniz.
Tugs in position just awaiting the Jonathan Swifts departure.
The 126 mtr fastcrafts first movement from the berth.
Rounding the public quay to exit the inner harbour.
Passing the Salt Island dolphin for the last time.
One World Karadeniz connecting up with Bluster for her long journey South.
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Appeared alongside at the marina today after some refurbishment at the Trinity yard, Le Bon Heur. The 30 ft Plymouth registered fishing vessel is looking resplendent after the work.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Arriving in to the marina this morning from her last port of call Barrow was the Afon Cefni, Holyhead Towings 22 mtr tug is standing by to assist the newly named One World Karadeniz` departure from the inner harbour very soon.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
All fast alongside the Rio Tinto jetty at 19:00 yesterday evening was the tug Bluster, The 69 mtr Tschudi Offshore & Towage vessel arrived in from Ijmuiden in the Netherlands where she departed from on the 23rd October 2015. Bluster has the task of helping the Stena Explorer (the last of the 1500 HSS fastcraft) with her final departure from Holyhead.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Arrived in to the marina at 15:00 today MPI Trifaldi, The 19 mtr windfarm support vessel originally headed in to the marina first only to turn around and head to an awaiting fuel truck at the public quay. The MPI Offshore vessel is now currently alongside at the marina.
MPI Trifaldi heading in to the marina and heading around to the public quay.
MPI Trifaldi rounding the Salt Island dolphin.
Entering the inner harbour past the Admiralty pier lighthouse.
Passing port control towards the public quay.
Monday, October 19, 2015
Two sets of pictures of fishing vessels to visit the port of late. Firstly on the 17th October Tarbert registered fishing vessel Tarka, The 12 mtr fibre glass craft headed in to the marina fuelling berth and a short stay before making her way back to sea. Next arrival was in to the public quay yesterday evening, Sarah Louise. The 24 mtr Ballantrae registered fishing vessel landed her latest catch before heading back to sea after the Jonathan Swifts arrival this morning.
Tarka heading in to the marina, 17th October 2015.
Tarka all fast at the fuelling berth on the 17th October 2015.
Tarka heading back out to sea.
Sarah Louise alongside the public quay this morning.
Sarah Louise making her way out of the harbour.
Sarah Louise exiting out towards the Salt Island dolphin and to sea.
Monday, October 12, 2015
Arrived in to the refit berth on the 9th October and still currently at that berth Fugro Seacore`s Arun 120. The vessel is one of their fleets smaller jack up rigs at 18 metres length and beam, though still adequate to perform tasks such as geotechnical investigations, construction or drilling.
Sunday, October 04, 2015
Also at Holyhead today berthed at the marina Roy Barker III, The 46 ft Trent class lifeboat is from Howth in the Republic Of Ireland and has been on station there since 2002.
Howth lifeboat Roy Barker III at the marina this morning.
Howth Lifeboat just astern of the Holyhead lifeboat berth.
Pictured at the public quay this morning Prosperity, The 17 mtr now Fleetwood registered fishing vessel a regular visitor to Holyhead, Since last appearing on the blog the vessel features here in her new colour scheme of red, white and royal blue.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Having arrived at a point North West of the breakwater just after 09:00 on the 27th September, FS Pisces dropped anchor to await entering to the Rio Tinto jetty. The 82 mtr platform supply vessel (PSV) collected a pilot in the early hours of this morning and headed in to the jetty and was all fast alongside earlier arrival Go Pegasus by 01:00. FS Pisces is one in a fleet of five belonging to Fletcher Shipping of Aberdeen.
FS Pisces shortly after dropping anchor in the bay on the 27th September 2015.
FS Pisces alongside Go Pegasus at the Rio Tinto jetty.
Go Pegasus and FS Pisces pictured together at the Rio tinto jetty.