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Huge ship passing by down the Thames on its way to who knows where.
The cruise ships Carnival Pride, Carnival Magic and Norwegian Breakaway, docked at Nassau, Bahamas.
Ship-Spotter are waiting for ADIAnova to pass the narrow Jann-Berghaus bridge on her transfer trip to the north sea
Tall Ships moored in Victoria Harbour
British Columbia, Canada
Das Kreuzfahrtschiff "Riviera" ankert hier bei Portofino
The cruise ship "Riviera" anchors here at Portofino
The bow of the cruise ship Carnival Fantasy looms over the adjacent pier at Cozumel, Mexico.
A Whale and Wildlife tour boat cruises by the Pacific Swift, a schooner replica from centuries ago. It's crew was working hard to lash everything down from the heavy rains. I found the juxtaposition and designs of the two interesting and fascinating.
"The Pacific Swift is a square topsail schooner, built by Sail and Life Training Society (S.A.L.T.S.) as a working exhibit at Expo '86 in Vancouver, British Columbia. She provides 5- to 10-day sail training programs for young people and day sails for S.A.L.T.S. members around Vancouver Island and along the coast of British Columbia.
The Pacific Swift has completed four offshore voyages, some of more than a year in duration. Her offshore travels have taken her to Australia and Europe, to remote communities on Easter and Pitcairn Island, and to many other far-flung ports of call. She has logged over 100,000 nautical miles (190,000 km)." Wikipedia
Tall ships Sunderland 2018. The Mir dwarfs the 23 metre Roker lighthouse.
A few years ago I went with my friend, Don Miske, to St. Augustine. It was super cold and windy when we got there, and surprisingly, even my friend, who is from Wisconsin, felt chilled to the bone whenever we got out of the car! Florida is a very long state and there can be dramatic differences in climate as you travel from one part to another as we did that day.
The tall ships in the harbor of the Matanzas River were so stunning that I had to venture out to capture them. You can see how bleak it looks in the photo, but you can't feel the cold wind- lucky you! It's not everywhere that you can see these beauties, though, so I made sure to take a few shots before hurrying back to the comfort of a warm car! We did a quick drive through of St. Augustine and continued over to the opposite side of the state, where we saw virtually nothing! It was a fun drive, though!
The Berlin (1980) was once the "star" in the popular German television series "Das Traumschiff".
By request the companies «Deutsche Atlantic Line» on one of German shipyards the passenger ship which have floated in November, 1969 has been constructed. In 1974 the passenger ship has gone to the USSR where has received the new name "Maxim Gorky". The photo is made in Moscow.
as we passed it, it passed us ..... Car & Passenger ferry working to and from the port of Soulac-sur-Mer and Royan.
This is a shot I took back in 2006. I wasn't into urbex yet, but abandoned stuff were already getting my attention. I don't know if this ship in Lanzarote is still there. If so, I wouldn't mind dropping by to pay it a visit again.
By the way, there were two guys aboard but, as usual, I realized it just now, while editing the shot.
This ship, the af Chapman, is moored on Skeppsholmen in Stockholm, and is actually a youth hostel
The tall ship at The Barbican, Plymouth. The security team were really good and moved out the way so that I had a clear shot of the ship... thanks very much.
Seatruck Pace sails slowly up the Liffey into Dublin Port while P&O's European Endeavour departs.
Leaving port.... business must be slow in February... not to many passengers aboard . . .
KAMPEN, Sail 2018 - . . . is a beautiful traditional 2-mast (Brigantine) with the atmosphere of the past, the comfort of now; it goes back to the historical Dutch East India company time. From 1954 to 1977 this ship was used as a fishing vessel in the North Sea. From 2004 she was converted to a luxury sailing ship with comfort, safety and stability.
Old whale ships in Hvalfjordur Iceland
Hvalur 7 RE-377 and Hvalur 6 RE-376, Made in Middelsborough England in 1945, Smith Doch & Co Ltd