Photos by Dean Heald
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Headed out from Hampton Roads Harbor en route to Baltimore.
Turkon Line 2008 container ship IBRAMIM DEDE heading out into the Chesapeake Bay from the Port of Norfolk en route to Savannah, Georgia.
2006 container ship MAERSK ROUBAIX inbound on the Chesapeake Bay en route to Norfolk, VA. This ship is coming from Wilmington, NC.
2008 container ship NYK CLARA in the Chesapeake Bay inbound to Norfolk, VA from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
2009 container ship CSAV LONCOMILLA heading out from Hampton Roads Harbor en route to Charleston, South Carolina.
The Currituck Beach Lighthouse was built in 1875 and stands 158 ft tall to the focal plane of the lens. To distinguish the Currituck Beach Lighthouse from other regional lighthouses, its exterior was left unpainted and gives today’s visitor a sense of the multitude of bricks used to form the structure. It was the last major brick lighthouse built on the Outer Banks.
Old Point Comfort Lighthouse. This lighthouse is still active.
RHL FIDUCIA headed out into the Chesapeake Bay en route to Savannah, Georgia.
2006 Containership MSC CHARLESTON on the Chesapeake Bay heading into Hampton Roads Harbor from New York.
2003 Containership ATHENA entering the Chesapeake Bay from the Hampton Roads Harbor en route to New York.
SUPREME ACE entering the Hampton Roads Harbor from the Chesapeake Bay. This ship is arriving from Jacksonville, FL.
USNS Patuxent (T-AO-201) refueling ship heading into Norfolk from the Chesapeake Bay.
2008 containership CMA CGM AMBER leaving the Port of Norfolk on the Elizabeth River, entering the Chesapeake Bay.
Maritime Administration SEABEE (Sea Barge) SS Cape May heading out into the Chesapeake Bay. SS Cape May (T-AKR-5063) is one of the Military Sealift Command's (MSC) 3 Heavy Lift Barge Carriers and one of the 63 ships of the Sealift Program Office.
2011 Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship USNS William McLean headed into port from the Chesapeake Bay. This ship was named in honor of William McLean, a United States Navy physicist, who conceived and developed the heat-seeking Sidewinder missile.
Atlantic Container Line RO-RO / container carrier Atlantic Concert entering the Chesapeake Bay en route to New York.
2010 bulk carrier ORIENT CENTAUR entering the Chesapeake Bay as it exits the mouth of the James River.
2010 bulk carrier ORIENT CENTAUR approaching the Chesapeake Bay as it exits the mouth of the James River.
2007 Container ship Maersk Denpasar heading out into the Chesapeake Bay en route to Algeciras, Spain.