Photos by Richard Norton
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Berthed at Princes Wharf, Auckland
Returning to her Wynyard Wharf berth after servicing the Massdam
Berth at Bledisloe Wharf. Next stop will be Suva, Fiji
The Port of Napier Tug returning to her berth after assisting the Sea Princesss safe departure from Napier. In memory of John Regan RIP
The Port of Napier tug Te Mata heads off to assist the African Pelicans arrival at the port. RIP John Regan
After assisting the Sea Princesss sailing from the Port of Napier, the tug Te Mata returns back to base. RIP John Regan
Some local coastal shipping around New Zealand - the Anatoki works her cargo at the Port of Napier.
MSC Banu working container traffic at Berth 5 at the Port of Napier. In memory of John Regan RIP
TS Bravo at No.4 Berth Napier - pausing during the unloading of Fertiliser product due to a rare Hawkes Bay rain shower. In memory of John Regan RIP
JPO Tucana working container traffic at the Port of Napier No.5 Berth. In memory of John Regan RIP
The Ovation of the Seas sails for her next destination. The normal vantage point for the Port of Napier was off limits to motor vehicles due to the size of the Ovation of the Seas and the effect it has on traffic to the Bluff Hill Lookout. In memory of John Regan RIP
The Spring Breeze at Berth 1 at the Port of Napier loading logs. In memory of John Regan RIP
Spirit of Hamburg works containers at berth 5 at the Port of Napier. In memory of John Regan RIP
The Sea Princess churns up the bottom sailing from the Port of Napier - next stop Mount Maunganui. In Memory of John Regan RIP
Loading with processed New Zealand Timber exports at the Port of Napier, berth 3. In Memory of John Regan RIP
The African Pelican assited by Port of Napier Tugs the Te Mata and Ahuriri arriving at Napier. In memory of John Regan RIP
Union Taylor loaded with export raw timber from neighbouring Hawkes Bay forests departs from the Port of Napier. RIP John Regan
The Capitaine Cook sails for the Port of Auckland
The Malte Rambow sails for Hobart, Australia
A busy hour at the Port of Tauranga with the Liberator sailing about 3-days later than scheduled.
The Marex Noa sails from Mount Maunganui bound for Napier
Another group of passengers contributing to our local economy
At berth 8 working a load of Clinker
The Lexa Maersk sails from the Port of Tauranga bound for Lyttelton.
Having arrived the previous evening the Lolland unloads Fertiliser from Callao.
At berth 11 working General Cargo before her next voyage.
After arriving from Picton in New Zealands South Island to top up tonnage the Louise Bulker departs Mount Maunganui with another shipment of New Zealand logs bound for China.
The Kakariki arrives from Marsden Point near Whangarei with another shipment of Petroleum products to work prior to heading to Napier a few days later.
Taken from Mount Drury Reserve, the OOCL Dalian arrives from Napier to work some traffic before sailing for Hong Kong.