Shoreway off Hawksbill Bay returning to St Johns, Antigua
Shoreway prepares to leave St Johns after a 17 February - 22 March 2015 project to dredge the harbour to improve access for cruise liners.
Shoreway ready to begin dredging operations in St.Johns Antigua
LÄNGE 97,5m BREITE 21,6m TIEFGANG 7,1m MASCHINENLEISTUNG 4046 kw GESCHWINDIGKEIT 12,8 kn BAUJAHR 2009
Heading out past Ryde, Isle of Wight, towards the Nab Spoil Ground, whilst engaged in a project dredging Southampton Docks. All Saints Church is prominent on the hill top in the morning sun.
Heading out past the Outer Spit Buoy and No Man's Land Fort towards the Nab Spoil Ground, whilst engaged in a project dredging Southampton Docks. The Isle of Wight is in the background.
Taking a break in the St Helens Anchorage, whilst working on a coastal defence engineering project at Selsey.
Heading up the Eastern Solent to dredge another load of mud from Southampton Docks. The north coast of the Isle of Wight is in the background including, on the left, Queen Victoria's holiday home Osborne House.
In the St Helens Anchorage, taking a break, whilst working on a coastal defence project at Selsey. Maltese-flag tanker Montauk is nearby on the right.
Heading out of the Weser loaded with dredgings at Bremerhaven
Inbound on the Weser at Bremerhaven