Photos by Ray o Donoghue
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TRUE STAR preparing to leave Ballycotton for the fishing grounds.
VALKYRIE at the pier in Ballycotton.
CELTIC SUN at the pier in Ballycotton.
AVE MARIA II preparing to leave Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
TREGEAGLE alongside the dredging pontoon Dinopotes in Castletownbere.
TROJAN tied up in Castletownbere
AVE MARIA II alongside Ronan Ross in Castletownbere.
JOHN B alongside the quay at Castletownbere.
ROBYN R J preparing to leave Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
CARMINCHIN alongside the quay at Dinish Island.
ARGELES alongside the quay at Dinish Island.
ALPHAVER alongaside the quay at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
LES CALANQUES at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
KALICOBA leaving Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
VELVET CHORD II about to tie up at the quay at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
HMS DEFENDER D36 escorted by Gerry o Sullivan and Alex approaching her berth at Marino Point, Cork.She is the fifth of six Daring Class Type 45 Destroyers completed from 2008 to 2013.The others are Daring, Dauntless, Diamond, Dragon and Duncan.
LUKE leaving Cork,passing Passage West,en route to Fredericia,Denmark.
DSG ALEX escorting HMS DEFENDER to her berth at Marino Point,Cork.
ARKLOW CASTLE loading scrap metal for Barriero,Portugal, at Passage West,Cork.. She arrived the short distance from Ringaskiddy after unloading a cargo from Norway.
LE GEORGE BERNARD SHAW P64,minus her weaponry,due to be fitted, alongside her sister LE WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS P63 at the Cobh cruise liner terminal.
LE WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS P63 alongside at the Port of Cork cruise liner terminal, Cobh. Alongside her is the latest addition to the Irish Navy, LE GEORGE BERNARD SHAW P64, seen here without her main gun,side cannons and machine guns soon to be fitted.
BALTIC SWIFT loading at Whitegate oil refinery for Immingham,U.K.
BBC PEARL alongside the wharf at Cork Dockyard.
POLAR COSTA RICA leaving Cork Harbour for TIlbury,U.K.The Harbour town of Cobh is in the background.
PONT AVEN leaving Cork Harbour on her weekly run to Roscoff,France.
SAN ANTONIO leaving Cork Harbour for Skagen,Denmark.
AILEEN M towing in Cork Harbour.
AILEEN M towing B802,an empty split hopper barge,arriving back for another load of silt at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour.
SAMSKIP EXPRESS leaving Cork Harbour for Waterford.
ARKLOW VALOUR arriving in Cork Harbour from Southampton,U.K.
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS P63 leaving Cork Harbour.
MY MELODY arriving in Cork Harbour with a cargo from Mantoudi,Greece.
NORDISABELLA leaving Cork Harbour for Tilbury,U.K. Pilot boat is Failte.
POLAR ECUADOR leaving Cork Harbour for Tilbury,U.K. Cobh is the town in the background.
OCEAN BANK towing the split hopper barge B801 .
FURE FERDER loading at Whitegate oil refinery for Le Harve.
ARKLOW VENUS arriving in Cork Harbour where she will drop anchor while waiting a berth at Ringaskiddy.
FRI OCEAN at anchor at the Cobh roads.
CORENTINE at Ballycotton pier.
KERSINY in from the fishing grounds and about to tie up at Dingle pier.
FIONA K II arriving back in Dingle from Douarnenez,France.
MAM AN ORAIGH returning to Dingle on a damp and misty afternoon.
CELTIC QUEST alongside the pier at Dingle.
LADY LAURA leaving Dingle on another harbour tour.
TERESA MAE alongside the quay in Dingle.
NUEVO SANTILLANA landing her catch at Dingle pier.
LADY BREDA back in Dingle after a harbour tour.
TRICKY BUSINESS alongside the pier at Dingle.
POLAR ARGENTINA arriving in Cork Harbour. She is one of six sisters. the others being Brasil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Peru.