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Passenger Ferry Julia on her first visit to Cork
Julia being assisted by tug Alex 18 after loosing all power outward bound from Ringaskiddy
Julia is passing Mumbles Pier and Mumbles Lighthouse en route to Cork.
julia lit up from the port and street lights
Taken a few moments after docking in Cork with a little sunshine still remaining.
Nikon D90, F9.5, (sigma 18-50mm f2.8)28mm, 1/350s, ISO 200
Prior departure after aquisition by Fastnet Line Ltd
Julia is passing Mumbles lighthouse at about 12:30 having temporarily left her berth at Swansea Ferry Port in the River Tawe to avoid hitting bottom at the very low tide which was due at 15:24.
pic taken when this ship was owned by the Colorline as Christian 1V
The JULIA departs Cork city where it wintered prior to commencing its new role on the Cork-Swansea route
Julia after losing all power and dropping both anchors outward bound from Ringaskiddy
Kameraindstillinger: Sony Cybershot DSC-F717, Exposure:7.00, f/4.5, ISO:100, f.length:16,6mm
JULIA alongside the Ringaskiddy deep water berth
The MV Julia moving backwards into the RO-RO Berth in Cork.
JULIA moored & loading on the linkspan at Swansea.
M.V Julia once again waiting for the RO-RO Berth in Cork.
M.V Julia docked aft of the M.V Autosun at the Deep Water Berth. Being a Saturday the M.V Pont-Aven was occupying the RO-RO Berth when this was taken.
JULIA arriving at Swansea 6 hours late having suffered a serious problem & unable to keep a straight course. She appeared to be running on one engine & made heavy & frequent use of her bow thrusters to try & maintain a semblance of a course.
M.V. Julia arrives in Cork on it's first scheduled sailing from Swansea
JULIA, finally berthed at 13-10. Shown with Pilot vessel BEAUFORT berthed astern of her waiting to collect the pilot from JULIA.
renamed from julia for c-bed floating hotels for use off windfarms croping up around the uk coast
Heading into the setting sun on the Wednesday evening departure from Swansea to Cork.
Taken a few days after entering her new home port of Cork. Julia is seen here proudly being shown off close to the City Centre at Horgan's Quay.