Thun Gratitude alongside at terminal 4 yesterday.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Two visitors of differing sizes to the inner harbour today, Firstly 99 mtr cable layer Ndurance, The Boskalis vessel followed a similar routine as her previous visit in June last year. Next fresh from entering the water for the first time at the boatyard recently Ministry Of Defence patrol boat Skye, The 15 mtr patrol boat is the second of six being produced by Holyhead marine for use around three major UK naval bases.
Ndurance alongside and then departing the harbour after her short stay.
MOD patrol boat Skye conducting some trials in the outer harbour.
Skye still on trials this time alongside Ndurance.
Skye heading out of the inner harbour
Skye heading out past port conrol.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Pictured just after 13:00 this afternoon was MTS Taktow bringing a large pipeline to the outer harbour Holyhead, The 23 mtr Marine and Towage services vessel was joined once near Holyhead by the St David tug and the St Cybi pilot boat to assist in bringing the pipeline into the harbour.
All three vessels maouevring the pipeline to the harbour entrance.
Head of the pipeline MTS Taktow between Port and starboard markers.
MTS Taktow clearing the breakwaters end.
Bringing up the rear St David.
MTS Taktow taking the pipeline further into the harbour.
Arrived in to the fuelling berth at Holyhead marina this morning, Smit Neyland. The 12 mtr Boskalis range safety marked vessel at Holyhead on a brief stopover on route to Barrow.
Friday, May 08, 2015
Some other traffic observed during the arrival of Voyager this morning, Firstly not far off North Stack heading for Liverpool the 190 mtr container ship, Liberia flagged Frisia Bonn. Next heading out to and currently off Howth in Ireland, 12 mtr yacht Pipe Dreamer Six.
Frisia Bonn off North Stack.
Pipe Dreamer Six passing the inbound Voyager.
Pipe Dreamer Six and Frisia Bonn at sea.
The first cruise ship of the season arrived in today, Voyager collected a pilot just after 07:00 this morning and headed for the Rio Tinto jetty. The 153 mtr vessel headed South overnight from her last port of call Belfast and once departed from Holyhead will be in Cobh tomorrow morning.
Voyager rounding the breakwater to the Rio Tinto jetty.
Silhouetted in the early morning sunshine.
Voyager swinging just off the Rio Tinto jetty.
Voyager almost alongside.
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Dalby Tees entered the port this mornng just after 11:00, a month after her last visit. The 19 mtr windfarm support vessel headed for the boatyard and the awaiting crane for her lift out on to the yard.
Dalby Tees approaching the boatyard.
Final approach into the awaiting slings of the boatlift.
Into the lifting out area.
Sunday, May 03, 2015
Pictured arriving in to the public quay at 11:00 this morning 30 mtr Zeebrugge registered fishing vessel Francine.
Approaching the port entrance through the mist.
Francine rounding the Salt Island dolphin.
Francine heading for the public quay.
Final approach to the end berth at the public quay.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Arrived in to the public quay yesterday evening Ocean Marine Services Ocean Dragon, The 26 mtr vessel working in the windfarm industry was all fast alongside at 21:30 after a journey from her last port of call Milford Haven.
Ocean Dragon rounding the Salt Island dolphin.
Approaching the public quay.
Ocean Dragon alongside the public quay this morning.
Monday, April 27, 2015
A few pictures from the marina this evening, firstly Northern Offshore services 16 mtr windfarm support vessel Transporter. The Danish flagged vessel looking at the waterline possibly due a visit to the yard. Next up Ministry Of Defence launch Harris, The 15 mtr fast patrol craft a regular of Faslane pictured alongside having not long left the boatyard.
Transporter all fast alongside at the marina this evening.
M O D police launch Harris also alongside at the marina.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Arriving in to the South quay this morning Holyhead ALB Christopher Pearce, The 17 mtr Severn class was returning to port with St Andrew who she was called to the assistance of. The 19 mtr fishing vessel had been taking on water approximately 9 miles West of the Stacks when the call for aid was received. Christopher Pearce located the St Andrew, established a tow and returned the fishing vessel to safe haven.
Christopher Pearce with St Andrew just off terminal 5.
Rounding the Salt Island dolphin for the South quay.
Approaching the South quay
Final approach to safety for the St Andrew.
Pictured alongside at the marina this morning, Bangor University`s research vessel Macoma. The 7.9 mtr catamaran is one of a number of craft the University has for use in shallower areas not easily accessible to their main vessel and recent visitor to Holyhead port Prince Madog.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Not seen in the vicinity of Holyhead for a number of years ILV Granuaile, Commissioners of Irish Lights 79 mtr vessel has been operating off the Mid Wales coast the past 24 hours and was a welcome sight in Holyhead bay this lunchtime.
Heading from the Stacks across Holyhead bay ILV Granuaile.
ILV Granuaile with Ethel rock cardinal mark off the port bow.