Photos by Ray O Donoghue
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Arklow Forest in bound to Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour from Portbury,UK.
ARKLOW VENUS,2018, leaving a very foggy Cork Harbour for Belfast. This V Class vessel is the eight of a ten vessel order being built by Royal Bodewes, The Netherlands for Arklow Shipping.
BRITISH CIRRUS arriving in Cork Harbour en route to Whitegate oil refinery.She is one of the latest Cloud Class tankers to join the BP fleet and was completed in 2017 .DSG ALEX is the escorting tug.
HHL LAGOS leaving Cork Harbour with her cargo of two cranes. The cranes were built by Liebherr in Killarney, Co. Kerry and brought in kit form to Cork Dockyard where they were assembled for transportation to Hull,UK.
HHL LAGOS passing Cobh where she loaded two container cranes at the local Cork Dockyard.
The Spit Bank Light in Cork Harbour. It was first lit in 1853 having taken two years to construct.
LE SAMUEL BECKETT,P61, arriving in Cork Harbour.
ATLAS leaving Cork Harbour for Wicklow,Ireland.
Roches Point Lighthouse at the mouth of Cork Harbour. The present lighthouse was built in 1835 and automated in 1995.The Irish Naval ship entering the harbour is the LE Samuel Beckett.
MAERSK TRENTON reduces speed as she waits for a pilot to take her to the mooring buoy to unload her cargo of petrol at Whiddy in Bantry Bay.
HOEGH SINGAPORE arriving in Cork Harbour en route to the wharf at Ringaskiddy.
BG DIAMOND leaving Cork Harbour for Rotterdam.This was her maiden visit to Cork as she only recently arrived in Rotterdam from her builders in China. Three identical sister ships will enter service for BG Freight Line in 2018.They will be Emerald,Sapphire and Jade .Pilot boat in photo is Gleann Mor.
ARKLOW BANK arriving in Cork Harbour from Uddevalla.Sweden. She is one of six identical sisters built for Arklow Shipping in 2014-2015.
MAERSK NESTON leaving Cork Harbour for Tilbury,UK. The Harbour town of Cobh can be seen in the background.
LE EITHNE passing Camden Fort Meagher in Cork Harbour as she heads to sea.
THUN GRANITE leaving Cork Harbour for Plymouth,UK.
WILSON GARSTON arriving from Rotterdam en route to Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour.
MAERSK NEWBURY leaving Cork Harbour for Tilbury,UK.Escorting tug is DSG Titan.
ARKLOW RIVAL at Cork Dockyard, Rushbrooke, Cork.
CONTI BENGUELA loading at Whitegate oil refinery in Cork Harbour.
FLUVIUS PLYM unloading a cargo from Hamburg at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour.She is a regular caller to Cork and delivered numerous cargos under her previous names, PS Sand, BBS Sand and Arklow Sand.
ARKLOW SPIRIT en route to Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour.She will unload part of her cargo of animal feed from Brazil and then sail for Dublin to discharge the remainder. This is the first cargo the Irish flagged ARKLOW SPIRIT 2013 or her sister ARKLOW SPRAY 2014 has brought to the Port of Cork.
ROYAL FAIRNESS leaving Cork Harbour.She discharged a part cargo at Ringaskiddy and will discharge the remainder on arrival in Dublin.
THUN GENIUS taking a pilot from Gleann Mor while heading to Whitegate oil refinery in Cork Harbour.
VOLVOX OLYMPIA passing Roches Point with silt dredged from the quays in Cork city.
HUELIN DISPATCH leaving Cork Harbour for Southampton.She just completed her five year survey while dry docked in Cork Dockyard for the past ten days,
Crosshaven Coast Guard at Roches Point.
MTS VECTOR at the pier in Ballycotton. She is presently employed by the RNLI and is checking Lifeboat moorings around the coast.
SHEANNE passing Roches Point en route to Killybegs. She has just left Cork Dockyard where she spent the last five weeks undergoing maintenance.
ESVAGT ALPHA leaving Cork Harbour for the drill ship Stena IceMax off the South West coast of Ireland.
LADY ALEXANDRA leaving Cork Harbour for Moerdijk in the Netherlands.
ADVENTURER unloading at the pier in Ballycotton.
CLAUD EDITH at the pier in Ballycotton.
CARONIA II leaving Ballycotton for the fishing grounds.
SJOBORG leaving Cork Harbour for the Southern Porcupine Bank off the south west coast of Ireland.She is one of three supply vessels supporting drill ship Stena IceMax.
SKANDI FLORA arriving from Aberdeen, en route to Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour. She will leave later today for the Southern Porcupine Basin where she is employed as a supply vessel to drill ship Stena IceMax.
EDDA FRENDE a platform supply vessel leaving Cork Harbour having arrived earlier today from Aberdeen. She will join STENA ICEMAX, a dynamically positioned drill ship on contract to Providence Resources, off the South West coast of Ireland.Pilot boat is FAILTE.
MAYARO passing Spike Island Island as she leaves Cork Harbour for Eastham, UK.Caribbean Princess can be seen at The Port of Cork cruise liner terminal, Cobh.
UKD ORCA back after dumping silt from the Naval Basin, Haulbowline.
MUROS waiting for a pilot to take her to Passage West, Cork Harbour.
USNS GRASP leaving Cork Harbour. She was commissioned in December 1985 as USS GRASP and was the second of four Rescue and Salvage ships built for the US Navy.When decommissioned in January 2006 she transferred to the Military Sealift Command. Pilot boat is Gleann Mor.
THUNDER CHILD on sea trials off East Ferry,Cork Harbour. Built locally by Safehaven Marine,she is about seventeen meters in length and can reach speeds of over fifty knots.
BRITISH RESOURCE passing Spike Island en route to Whitegate oil refinery to discharge her cargo of crude. Escorting tug is Gerry O Sullivan.
CIELO DI NEW YORK about to leave Whitegate oil refinery for Mongstad, Norway.
BOMAR JUNO at anchor in the Cobh roads.She sailed later for Antwerp,Belgium.
ARKLOW VALIANT passing Camden Fort Meagher in Cork Harbour.
BOURBON TERN leaving Cork Harbour for the South West coast of Ireland after replenishing fuel and stores.She is presently acting as a guard vessel to Survey ship Geo Caspian and was last in Cork in mid April 2017.
ASTOR passing Roches Point Lighthouse as she leaves Cork Harbour for Portsmouth,U.K.
BOMAR JUNO arriving in Cork Harbour en route to Whitegate oil refinery.
CELTIC MIST en route to Crosshaven in Cork Harbour.