Monday, June 30, 2014

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Arrived at the pilot station off Holyhead yesterday at 07:30 from her last port of call Greenock, Celebrity Infinity collected a pilot for guidance in to the Rio Tinto jetty. The 294 mtr cruise ship was all fast by 08:30 and was carrying nearly two thousand passengers for excursions and activities in Holyhead, Anglesey and across Snowdonia.

Celebrity Infinity seen over terminal 4 awaiting the pilots arrival.

Pilot onboard St Cybi stands down to her berth. Picture by D Richards.

Celebrity Infinity approaches the Breakwaters end. Picture by D Richards.

Final approach to the Rio Tinto jetty. Picture by D Richards.

Underway, Celebrity Infinity heads to the open sea.

Celebrity Infinity departing the Rio Tinto jetty. Picture by D Richards

Rounding the breakwater light. Picture by D Richards.

Finally, Celebrity Infinity off North Stack bound for Harwich her next port of call. Picture by D Richards.





Saturday, June 21, 2014

Captured arriving in to Holyhead marina this morning from her last port of call Plymouth, Enviro-serve windfarm support vessel Sea Weasel. The 16 mtr fastcraft alongside at 06:15 for fuelling is one in a fleet of seven of another firm in the growing offshore energy industry.

Sea Weasel inbound passing terminal 4 to the marina.

Sea Weasel Heading along the great wall to the marina, Picture by D Richards.

Sea Weasel at the fuelling berth. Picture by D Richards.

Manouevring off the fuelling berth. Picture by D Richards.

Sea Weasel seen just before departure for Barrow. Picture by D Richards.