as CHRISTIAN IV
MS Wind Perfection, anchored as floating accommodation, in support of offshore wind farm construction in the Irish Sea, south west of Barrow in Furness. Taken from the deck of the Ben-my-Chree, during a crossing from Heysham to Douglas.
Wind Perfection pictured just outside Douglas
Wind Perfection pictured just outside of Douglas
Kameraindstillinger: Sony Cybershot DSC-F717, Exposure:7.00, f/4.5, ISO:100, f.length:16,6mm
Departing for Odense,Denmark.She is to be used as floating accomodation for Offshore Windfarm Personnel.
Passenger ferry Wind Perfection Ex Julia at J.J.Horgans Wharf, Cork, Ireland.
renamed from julia for c-bed floating hotels for use off windfarms croping up around the uk coast
julia lit up from the port and street lights
JULIA alongside the Ringaskiddy deep water berth
Julia passing the Promenade in Cobh
Heading into the setting sun on the Wednesday evening departure from Swansea to Cork.
Friday evening departure from Swansea to Cork.
Julia was built in 1982 as MS Olau Britannia by Weser Seebeckswerft in Bremerhaven for Olau Line, who used her on Sherness—Vlissingen service. In 1990 she was sold to Fred. Olsen Lines and renamed MS Bayard for services between Norway and Denmark. In 1991 Fred. Olsen Lines was sold to Color Line and the Bayard passed under their ownership under the name MS Christian IV until 2008.
The JULIA departs Cork city where it wintered prior to commencing its new role on the Cork-Swansea route
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.
Julia is passing Mumbles Pier and Mumbles Lighthouse en route to Cork.
Julia being assisted by tug Alex 18 after loosing all power outward bound from Ringaskiddy