Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Pictured arriving in to a berth at the marina yesterday afternoon converted trawler Lady Edith.

Lady Edith picking her way through a multitude of sailing vessels and moorings

Rounding the end pontoon in to the marina.


Lady Edith approaching a berth at the marina.



Thursday, August 27, 2015

Three cruise ships over three days at the Rio Tinto jetty, Holyhead. Firstly Hapag Lloyds 199 mtr vessel Europa which was all fast alongside at 07:30 on Tuesday the 25th August. Next up on the 26th August at a similar time was the 207 mtr Seven Seas Voyager, although this time slightly stronger winds required the cruise ship to have some assistance from the St David tug for berthing. Finally this morning following the same overnight journey from Dublin as the previous two, Silver Cloud. This 156 mtr cruise ship brings the total visitors to our shores to the near 1500 mark during the past three days.


Europa rounding the breakwater and heading for the Rio Tinto jetty.



No additional manouevring, straight to berth.

Europa alongside the Rio Tinto jetty.






Seven Seas Voyager rounding the breakwater light.


St David arriving to assist the cruise ship to berth.


St David assisting the Seven Seas Voyager to berth.




Silver Cloud approaching Holyhead with a backdrop of the Skerries lighthouse.


Silver Cloud rounding the breakwater light.


Moving astern to the Rio Tinto jetty.

Stena Superfast X, Epsilon, Keewhit and Silver Cloud making a busy early morning.