Photos by Brian Saunders
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Eriskay and Poyang berthed in the inner harbour Lyttelton.
Newly repainted Ocean Dawn berthing at 7 East wharf following compass adjustments prior to returning to homeport Nelson.
Antarctic Discovery arrives for Dry Docking
Sunrise Glory departs just as a rain squall sets in
Brand new tanker Sunrise Glory at Lyttelton
Hikurangi ex San Hikurangi alongside the Dry Dock Wharf Lyttelton being refurbished and readying for further trawling work.
Sometimes you get lucky.... Rose Harmony sails during a VERY brief burst of sunlight on an otherwise Overcast day.
AC Kathryn catches the only ray of sunlight that afternoon as she enters the inner harbour, Lyttelton
Apex Voyager leaves the inner harbour
Piaka positioning tanker Silver Hague alongside the Oil Wharf
Turandot in new Wallenius Wilhelmsen colours
Taken in very overcast conditions new ship Vincent Triton departs Lyttelton with her first cargo
After arriving direct from her Chinese builders yard on 19062020, maiden voyager Vincent Triton departs Lyttelton on 22062020 with coal for Yeosu, South Korea
Hupeh arrives from Bluff to load coal for Whyalla. Funnel of other China Navigation Company vessel Moana Chief right foreground.
Early morning arrival of SBI Maia to load a part cargo of logs
Sagitta turns to berth at the Cashin Quay container wharf, Lyttelton
Blackadder built by Titan Marine , Auckland in 2002
Berge Jungfrau moves up the Channel towards the inner harbour wharves
Coming alongside at Cashin Quay No.2 , Lyttelton
Maine Trader turns into her container berth No.2 Cashin Quay, Lyttelton
Josephine Maersk in August 2011
La Sillonais sails from the inner harbour, Lyttelton after bunkering at the Oil Wharf. Seen here down to her marks with a full load of coal for Whyalla, Australia
Regular caller Kota Loceng approaches her Cashin Quay 2 Berth.
Kota Loceng approaches her Cashin Quay No. 2 Berth, Lyttelton
Following discharge of gypsum Pacific Basin vessel Port Alfred shifts wharves to commence the loading of Scrap Steel.
Regular caller Rio De Janiero arrives Lyttelton
End of the Day. Kurutai shifts back to her inner harbour berth closely followed by the arrival of the deeply laden NZ coaster Anatoki from a North Island port.
Impressive bulk carrier Eibe Oldendorff sails
Eibe Oldendorff exits the inner harbour Lyttelton
Arriving Lyttelton on a bleak evening
Near new Ocean Tide sails with coal.
Remy Enterprise arrives in early morning light.
Near new Spica Harmony catches early morning Autumn light as she turns to berth at No.2 East Wharf Inner Harbour Lyttelton
Spica Harmony straightens up to enter the inner harbour basin, Lyttelton
Working mates PURAU and BLACKADDER return to Port after attending the departure of a Panamax bulk carrier
Piaka berthing Spica Harmony on 2 April 2020