Saturnus alongside at the public quay this evening.
Friday, October 31, 2014
In amongst all the local boats returning to the South quay yesterday was Rising Dawn, The 10 mtr Brixham registered fishing vessel was pictured receiving some help from Jessica Grace off the fuelling berth
Rising Dawn at the South Quay.
On the move Rising Dawn under the guidance of Jessica Grace.
The two fishing vessels just off the South quay.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Pictured at the marina this morning Holyhead Towing vessel Norse 1050, The vessel a fast survey support craft is at 10 metres one of the smallest in this large companies fleet.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Arrived in to the public quay this morning from her anchorage North East of the breakwater light, Royal Netherlands naval minehunter Makkum. The 52 mtr vessel entered the port with a welcoming flotilla of local craft for a stay of approximately four days marking the commemoration and unveiling of the Dutch sailors memorial situated on Newry waterfront.
HNLMS Makkum rounding the Salt Island dolphin.
The minehunter and a welcoming flotilla of local craft.
HNLMS Makkum passing port control in to the inner harbour.
Under guidance of pilot Tudor Jones, completing a swing off the public quay
Makkum`s final approach to the public quay.
The Dutch navy jack looking resplendent in the morning sunshine.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Pictured arriving in to the marina yesterday 18 mtr windfarm support vessel EMS Viking, The vessel belonging to Excel Marine services in Kent, is one in their fleet of five varying size workboats.
EMS Viking approaching the marina inside the great wall.
Unsure of where to berth as of choppy North Easrterlies towards the marina
EMS Viking backing towards a berth.
EMS Viking at an outer berth.
Thursday, October 09, 2014
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
One in and one out today in the outer harbour, Windfarm vessel Gardian 3 pictured first heading out on route to Mostyn after a journey from the South coast which included a stop at Milford Haven. Next up, Pictured arriving in to the boatyard from Barrow 20 mtr windfarm support vessel Bayard 7.
Gardian 3 heading out to sea past terminal 4.
Bayard 7 just off terminal 4 heading for the boatyard.
Bayard 7`s final approach to the boatyard with a lunchtime backdrop of the Stena Adventurer.
Entering the lift area at the boatyard.
Sunday, October 05, 2014
Pictured at the marina on the 3rd October the latest newbuild from Holyhead boatyard 16 mtr pilot boat Sinclair.
Sinclair alongside at the marina.
Sinclair moving off the berth.
Sinclair turning and heading back to the yard for some finishing touches.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Pictured at and then departing from the public quay this evening Milford Haven registered fishing vessel Prosperity. The 17 mtr vessel when pictured alongside was receiving some maintenance before heading out to sea at 19:30.
Prosperity receiving attention alongside at the public quay.
Departing the public quay.
Prosperity heading out between the Admiralty and South quay piers.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Another of Marine & Towage Services vessels visited Holyhead yesterday, MTS Xplorer arrived in to the marina during the small hours and after re-fuelling the 12 mtr survey vessel headed out to sea at 09:15.
Arrived in to the refit berth this morning from her anchorage just North of the breakwater light SD Northern River, The 103 mtr vessel all fast alongside at 10:20, has been on task off Cymyran bay during the past week and has arrived in to the port to remove some equipment and perform a small crew change.
SD Northern River approaching the entrance to the port.
Rounding the Salt Island dolphin.
SD Northern River passing port control.
Final approach to the refit berth.
Some pictures of visitors to our shores of late for exercises off RAF Valley. Vessels on task this year HMS Richmond, SD Northern River and RFA Argus, all these being visible mainly at distance at various locations around the Holy Island coast during the past week.
SD Northern River shortly after arrival on the 7th September 2014.
RFA Argus on task pictured off Rhoscolyn head 8th September 2014.
HMS Richmond at anchor North of the breakwater yesterday. Pictures by J Peers.
SD Northern River at anchor North of the breakwater yesterday, Picture by J Peers.
HMS Richmond arriving back at the pilot station yesterday evening for a crew change.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
A not often featured vessel here on the blog, Holyhead fishing vessel Sarah H pictured yesterday heading back to the South quay after some maintenance undertaken on Pelham patch. The 17 mtr Grimsby registered fishing vessel of wooden construction originates from Denmark and with 1939 as her year of build.
Sarah H departing Pelham patch yesterday lunchtime.
Turning off the refit berth to head back to the South quay.
Sarah H underway across the inner harbour.
Two departing windfarm support vessels captured yesterday, Leaving the outer harbour virtually together after both visiting the boatyard East Coast charters 18 mtr ECC Challenger and Northern Offshore services 15 mtr Transporter.
ECC Challenger leaving Holyhead for Barrow after her boatyard visit.
Transporter heading out to task after her visit to the boatyard.
Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Pictured arriving in to the marina yesterday afternoon East Coast Charters vessel ECC Challenger, The 18 mtr windfarm support vessel having travelled from her last port Barrow In Furness has a appointment with the boatyard for lifting out.
ECC Challenger arriving in past the breakwater light.
On course for a berth at the marina.
ECC Challenger all fast alongside at the marina.