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Passing unusually close to the Liverpool bank of the Mersey, on her way from Garston to Dublin.
Classic CEMENTINA approaches North Baank,outbound from Dublin Port,with a cargo of cement for Shoreham.Built in 1960 makes her one of the oldest ships still trading in European waters!
The classic cement carrier CEMENTINA approaching Dublin Port as a rare shaft of sunlight illuminates her fine lines.She is the oldest trading coaster I have encountered for a long time,being built in 1960,that makes her 50 years old,a credit to her owners.
Aankomst in Harlingen richting scheepswerf Shipdock
Anchored in the Carrick Roads waiting to go into the Dry Dock
Cementina at anchor in a thunderery Falmouth Bay.
Classic old CEMENTINA outbound in the river at Dublin,in the rain,fully loaded with cement for Shoreham.This vessel is now 51 years old and still looking well!
Heading down River to Falmouth after unloading at Newham Docks Truro
Classisc coaster CEMENTINA making her approach to Dublin Port for what I think is her first visit as she usually trades along the East coast of England.In this case she departed Howdendyke near Goole at 0830 on the22nd March.
Cement carrier CEMENTIN inbound past the Dublin Port Control Centre.At 50 years of age ,she is a rare breed.Since she was built in 1960,she has held the names CEMKING,KABEDI,CURLEW,HALLIBURTON,CEMENTINE.
Cementina at the Galloo Gent Recycling facility formerly Van Heyghen Recycling taken on 05.09.2013