Photos by RichardCD
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In the Gladstone Branch Dock No.1 along with coaster Muhlenau.
In the Crosby Channel, inbound for Liverpool Docks.
In the Crosby Channel, inbound for Liverpool Docks, being overtaken by pilot vessel Kittiwake.
Outbound from Liverpool Docks for Jorf Lasfar, Morocco.
In the Dunkirk anchorage waiting for orders, with Calais port in the background. She sailed for Ijmuiden the next morning.
Passing Egremont, outbound from Manchester for Dublin.
Outbound from Manchester for Dublin, following container ship MSC Alyssa and tanker Stolt Teal out of the Mersey.
Heading up river past Wallasey Town Hall, bound for Eastham Locks before going up the canal to Manchester.
On Cavendish Wharf in the West Float.
Waiting to go up the Mersey to Bromborough that night. The North Wales coast is in the background.
Waiting to go up the Mersey to Bromborough that night.
Taking some swell, despite being at anchor, waiting to go up the Mersey to Bromborough that night.
Loading scrap metal at Docklands Wharf near the mouth of Barking Creek.
Just left Avonmouth bound for Belfast, with the South Wales coast in the background.
Passing Spurn Head Lighthouse, VTS Tower and Pilot Jetty, inbound for Immingham.
Passing through the Hawke Anchorage area at sunset, overtaking the bulk carrier Boston. Both vessels inbound for Immingham.
Passing the Warner Buoy, outbound from Southampton for Rouen.
Inbound for Southampton, passing No Mans Land Fort. Pilot boat Hampshire is approaching at speed to deliver the Southampton pilot to the vessel.
Inbound for Southampton, passing Ryde Pier where fast passenger ferry Wight Ryder 1 is alongside.
In the small boat channel outside the entrance to Portsmouth Harbour, outbound for Shoreham.
Shaping up to enter the lock at the King George Dock with the help of tug Yeoman. Once through the lock, she sailed for Rouen, France.
Leaving the King George Dock lock at sunset, escorted by tug Norman, outbound for Rouen, France.
Just left the King George Dock at Hull, using the help of bow tug Yeoman to shape up to head down the river, outbound for Rouen, France.
Arriving at Dunoon Pier, at the end of one of her regular passenger ferry crossings from Gourock.
Just left Dunoon on her regular passenger ferry run to Gourock. On the right is the chimney of Inverkip power station, which has since been demolished.
On her regular passenger ferry run to Dunoon, with Gourock in the background.
On her regular passenger ferry run from Gourock to Dunoon.
Passing Kilcreggan village and pier whilst on her regular passenger ferry run from Gourock to Dunoon.
At anchor in Spithead, whilst cruise ship Oriana has just passed, outbound from Southampton for Bergen.
Approaching Rothesay, Isle of Bute, at the end of one of her regular car ferry crossings from Wemyss Bay on the mainland.
Just left Rothesay Pier, Isle of Bute, on one of her regular car ferry crossings to Wemyss Bay on the mainland.
Sister ships Argyle and Bute pass each other during the middle of their regular car ferry crossings of the Clyde estuary. Bute, on the right, is bound for Rothesay, Isle of Bute, and Argyle, on the left, is bound for Wemyss Bay on the mainland. The Cowal Peninsula forms the backdrop.
Heading out from Rothesay, Isle of Bute, on her regular car ferry run to Wemyss Bay after sunset on a tranquil autumn evening.
Anchored off Bournemouth for the annual Air Festival, with helicopters embarked on the flight deck.
Anchored off Bournemouth Pier for the annual Air Festival, being buzzed by the Vulcan bomber during its display. Sadly, the Vulcan no longer flies, so this scene will never be repeated.
Anchored amongst many other smaller spectator boats off Bournemouth Pier for the annual Air Festival.
Anchored off Bournemouth for the annual Air Festival.
Anchored off Bournemouth Pier for the annual Air Festival.