Photos by Ray O Donoghue
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PACIFIC BERYL loading at the SPMB off Whiddy Island in Bantry Bay.
DORINHA at the Marina in Bantry.
MAERSK NIMES being escorted to her berth at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour by DSG TITAN. Cobh is the town in the background.
MINERVA LYDIA loading a cargo at the Irving refinery in Cork Harbour. THUN GENIUS is loading on the inside berth.
SAN CIBRAO at the Marina in East Ferry, Cork Harbour. She is an Interceptor 42 Pilot Boat built locally by Safehaven Marine for the Port of San Ciprao in Spain.
Pilot boat OCEAN WILLOW in the channel between Whiddy Island and the Air Strip in Bantry Bay.
CENTRAL taking a pilot from OCEAN WILLOW as OCEAN BANK escorts her to the SPM buoy in Bantry Bay.
SCOT VENTURE unloading at Passage West,Cork.
FONNLAND unloading at Passage West,Cork
LE WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS alongside the oil wharf at Haulbowline,Cork.
EAGLE BRASILIA discharging at the Irving oil refinery in Cork Harbour.
MUSA DZHALIL discharging her cargo at Ringaskiddy.
NORDERSAND unloading at Cork Dockyard.
ALTA on the rocks near Ballycotton,Cork, Ireland where she came ashore during storm Dennis on the night of the 15th of February. ALTA had been adrift since September 2018 when her crew abandoned her 1400 miles southeast of Bermuda due to engine trouble.She was also in the news in 1983 when she sank off Norway. Raised and repaired she continued trading.
ARKLOW VILLA leaving Cork Harbour for the short trip to New Ross,Ireland.
MAERSK NIAGARA leaving Cork Harbour for Tilbury,UK.
HARBOR THUNDER at the East Ferry Marina,Cork Harbour. She was built locally by Safehaven Marine for the Pilots at San Juan Bay,Puerto Rico.
SOLVIKEN discharging her cargo at the Irving oil refinery in Cork Harbour.
MAERSK NIAMEY en route to Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour where she will off load containers of fruit. Cobh is the town in the background.
VEIDNES leaving Cork Harbour. She had just left Cork Dockyard where she was dry docked for maintenance.