Photos by Andrew Bunker
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Crown Jade entering Port Nelson aided by Toia and Haruia Matenga heading for McGlashen Wharf to load Kiwi Fruit.
Buffalo discharging cement on Port Nelsons Main Wharf.
Sealords Thomas Harrison entering Port Nelson
Anatoki on Port Nelsons Kingsford wharf discharging timber.
Ocean Dawn on Sealords Wharf with Rehau moored behind.
Southern Star on Port Nelsons Main Wharf.
Dream Angel on McGlashen Wharf Port Nelson
Skandi Emerald accommodation block in close up.
Skandi Emerald on Port Nelsons Lay Up II
Grand Winner 1 discharging fuel from Main Wharf Port Nelson.
MSC Alabama on an 1100 box turn around.
MV Strannik Leaving Port Nelson
Solomon Jade on Amex Engineering wharf Port Nelson
Hansa Offenburg on Port Nelsons Brunt Quay
Antarctic Discovery on Port Nelsons Lay Up II berth.
AC Sesoda on Port Nelson log wharf.
Amaltal Apollo heading for Port Nelsons Cut and fishing grounds.
Accommodation block of Deneb Harmony the busiest part of any ship.
Deneb Harmony entering Port Nelson for a load of logs.
CSC Progress discharging on Port Nelsone Main Wharf
Seaspan Hannover heading for the turn.
Seaspan Hannover passing through Port Nelsons Cut.
Te Raukura discharging frozen fish on Port Nelsons Layup Berth.
Sealords Tokatu moored on their wharf.
Sandy Maria moored on Sealords Wharf.
MSC Vaiga III being assisted on the turn with a good load behind the accommodation block.
MSC Vaiga III putting some power on after the turn.
MSC Vaiga III about to turn before parking on Main Wharf.
Mahoenui leaving Port Nelson
Keta on its way to Port Tauranga in New Zealands North Island.
Keta passing through Port Nelsons Cut after discharge and loading.
Solomon Jade having a big maintenance overhaul.
Marine Star II looking fresh and ready for work.
Rehua under maintenance in port.
Rehua under maintenance in Port
Mahoenui moored in Port Nelson maybe waiting for the Calwell Slipway or maintenance of some kind.
Nelson Pilot returning to its mooring after delivering the Pilot to Keta.
Keta preparing for the turn to go alongside Brunt Quay.
Keta in Port Nelson harbour.
W H Parr Port Nelsons third and oldest tug.
Kokako after clearing The Cut about to relinquish the Pilot with the Pilot launch just visible.
Kokako on the turn in The Cut.
Kokako entering Port Nelsons Cut to discharge fuel.
Aukaha leaving Port Nelson with a slight port list which was evident whilst not on the turn.