Photos by Ray O Donoghue
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THUN GRANITE waiting at anchor for a berth at Whitegate oil refinery where she will load for Amsterdam.
VERITY preparing to leave Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour for Waterford.
GREETJE passing Haulbowline in Cork Harbour,outbound for Rotterdam.
The North Bank Lighthouse guiding ships to Dublin Port since 1882.
The North Bull Light at the entrance to Dublin Port.
South Stack Lighthouse at the entrance to Holyhead Port.
BAILEY Lighthouse situated on Howth Head,County Dublin.
SENIORITY at anchor in Dublin Bay.
SOUTH STACK Lighthouse,Holyhead,North Wales.
FLEX EMDEN at anchor in Dublin Bay.
UKD ORCA dredging in Holyhead,Wales.
VICTORIA in Dublin Port preparing to sail for Amsterdam.
MISTRAL out from Dublin for Liverpool.
BRO DISTRIBUTOR at anchor in Dublin Bay.
SEATRUCK POWER at Dublin Port.
Poolbeg light at the southerly side of the entrance to Dublin Port.
SEATRUCK PANORAMA on her regular run from Dublin to Heysham.
MARIS out from Warrenpoint for Avonmouth
STENA ADVENTURER approaching Dublin Port from Holyhead.
DUBLIN SWIFT en route to Holyhead from Dublin.
CAAREEN at the pier in Ballycotton,Co. Cork.
Integrity moored in Ballycotton,Co. Cork
RIA JANE 111 at anchor off Ballycotton,Co. Cork.
ASTOR at anchor in the inner Harbour of Bantry Bay. She arrived around 9.30. this morning from Bremerhaven,Germany and her tenders ferried passengers to the local pier from where they boarded coaches for a days touring. Astor will sail for Galway around 20.00 hrs this evening.
LE CIARA at the pier in Bantry. Normally she would go to anchor in the inner Harbour but on this occasion she tied up at the pier.
LADY MALOU loading from the SPMB off Whiddy Island oil storage terminal in Bantry Bay.She will sail later for New York.
TOMINI PROSPERITY  heading into a strong south easterly wind as she leaves Cork Harbour for Amsterdam. Her six Ultramax sisters are Harmony,Symphony,Unity, Destiny,Liberty and Dynasty.
GREETJE heading into a strong south easterly wind as she leaves Cork Harbour for Rotterdam.
TRAMONTANE in Cork Harbour.
BRADAN BEATHA leaving Bantry with a pilot for the tanker BW Thames . BRADAN BEATHA was previously employed as a fisheries patrol vessel and is now based in Castletownbere as a pilot boat.
BW THAMES taking a pilot from Bradan Beatha en route to the Whiddy Island SPM buoy in Bantry Bay. Escorting tug is Ocean Bank.
TRUE STAR preparing to leave Ballycotton for the fishing grounds.
VALKYRIE at the pier in Ballycotton.
CELTIC SUN at the pier in Ballycotton.
AVE MARIA II preparing to leave Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
TREGEAGLE alongside the dredging pontoon Dinopotes in Castletownbere.
TROJAN tied up in Castletownbere
AVE MARIA II alongside Ronan Ross in Castletownbere.
JOHN B alongside the quay at Castletownbere.
ROBYN R J preparing to leave Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
CARMINCHIN alongside the quay at Dinish Island.
ARGELES alongside the quay at Dinish Island.
ALPHAVER alongaside the quay at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
LES CALANQUES at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
KALICOBA leaving Castletownbere for the fishing grounds.
VELVET CHORD II about to tie up at the quay at Dinish Island,Castletownbere.
HMS DEFENDER D36 escorted by Gerry o Sullivan and Alex approaching her berth at Marino Point, Cork.She is the fifth of six Daring Class Type 45 Destroyers completed from 2008 to 2013.The others are Daring, Dauntless, Diamond, Dragon and Duncan.