Added by Steve Hood on March 20, 2012 at 13:30 — No Comments
Woke up early to a beautiful sunny day here on the South Coast of England.
A quick look at Ship Finder showed me that there were lots of interesting vessels heading by in the next hour or so including some that we didn't have pictures of.
After a brisk walk I got nice and close...
Err - this is what I saw...
This ship is due to anchor tomorrow at 0700hrs at No.3 anchorage Firth of Clyde [off the town of Largs]
She will be at anchor for about 5 days taking on pipes supplied by tenders.
I am hoping to get down tomorrow to get some photographs that may be of interest to members.
The Solitaire is the largest pipe-laying ship in the world at 300 metres (984 ft.) long (excluding pipe-laying apparatus) and 96,000 tonnes (94,000 long tons; 106,000 short tons).…Continue
If you've been to Portsmouth or Southsea recently you will probably have seen something that bears a passing resemblance to an oil rig appearing in and around the harbour!
This photo was uploaded by John Scriven
The "rig" is Deep Diver 1 - a jackup barge owned by Furgo Seacore.…Continue
Added by pinkfroot news on March 10, 2012 at 8:24 — No Comments
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Added by John McLeish on March 2, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
HMS Tireless travelled through Southampton Water today for a 5 day official visit to Southampton.
The submarine is one of six serving Trafalgar-class vessels.
HMS Tireless will be alongside Eastern Docks until Tuesday and will be hosting visitors from across the region.
Here she is below on a wonderful, but misty, day.…Continue