Gallery: Boats & Ships - Page 2

 

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The photographs in this gallery include various ocean going vessels. There are photos of cruise ships, Royal Navy ships, fishing trawlers, fishing boats, yachts, sailboats, pleasure craft, lifeboats and motor boats. Please see my Inland Boats Gallery for boats used on canals, reservoirs and rivers.

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>Fishing Boat FH12 off Pendennis Point by Rod Johnson

 

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Fishing Boat FH12 off Pendennis Point

Fishing Boat FH12 Pictured off Pendennis Point at Falmouth, England. The boat named Morel Margh was making way along Carrick Roads, in the direction of Falmouth. She was built in 1989 in the UK, has a steel hull, 10.93m in length and weighs 12.73 Tonnes. She is licensed for scallop fishing and her home port is the River Fal, Falmouth.

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>RFA Argus at Falmouth Docks by Rod Johnson

 

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RFA Argus at Falmouth Docks

RFA Argus (A135), berthed at Duchy Wharf, photographed in 2013 at Falmouth Docks in Cornwall, England. Argus is a ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and is operated by the MoD. She is Italian-built and was formerly a container ship before being requisitioned for service in the Falklands War in 1982. The ship was purchased by the MoD in 1984 for use as an Aviation Training Ship, and then in 1991 she was fitted out as a fully functional hospital for service in the Gulf War.

Since 2009, providing hospital facilities as a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship is now her main role.

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>Bow Of The Chieftain, Whitby Harbour by Rod Johnson

 

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Bow Of The Chieftain, Whitby Harbour

A Close-up view of the bow of the Chieftain, at its berth in the Upper Harbour at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. The Chieftain is a charter vessel and is hired by anglers on short or long offshore fishing trips in the North Sea. The Chieftain is an ex-Royal Navy vessel, she is 80 feet long, is constructed of steel and was built in 1966 by Isaac Plimbott & Sons in Northwich.

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>Harbour and National Maritime Museum by Rod Johnson

 

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Harbour and National Maritime Museum

A view of boats moored in Falmouth Harbour, the docks and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, with its 100ft high Look Out tower. The scene was captured from the Discovery Quay at Falmouth in Cornwall, England.

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>The MV Princessa, Falmouth Harbour by Rod Johnson

 

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The MV Princessa, Falmouth Harbour

The MV Princessa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall, England. The boat was pictured as she leaft the Prince of Wales Pier, Falmouth, for a cruise. The MV Princessa, which can carry 101 passengers, once operated as a Portsmouth ferry, but since 1986, she has been based at Falmouth. Her main function now, is to carry tourists and locals, on a pleasure cruise out into Falmouth Bay and into the Helford Estuary, then up the Helford River as far as Frenchman's Creek. Across the far side of the harbour can be seen the coastline of Flushing.

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>Falmouth Harbour and Docks by Rod Johnson

 

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Falmouth Harbour and Docks

Falmouth Harbour and the Docks in Cornwall, England. The scene shows several yachts and small boats at their moorings, behind them are the docks and three of the large cranes. Berthed at Duchy Wharf, is the Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship, RFA Argus (A135).

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>Boat On The Beach, St Ives Harbour by Rod Johnson

 

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Boat On The Beach, St Ives Harbour

A close-up view of a boat on the beach in the harbour at low water, St Ives, Cornwall, England.

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>Deck of Gypsum Integrity, Falmouth Docks by Rod Johnson

 

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Deck of Gypsum Integrity, Falmouth Docks

A view along the deck of Gypsum Integrity - IMO 9405162 in Falmouth Docks, Cornwall, England. Gypsum Integrity, is a self discharging bulk carrier. It was built in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2009. The cargo vessel, pictured in Dry Dock No. 2 in June 2014, was there for the repainting of its hull.

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>Whitby Lifeboat and Lifeboat Station by Rod Johnson

 

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Whitby Lifeboat and Lifeboat Station

The Whitby lifeboat at its berth in the Lower Harbour, beside the lifeboat station at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. The RNLI George and Mary Webb is at Trent class, all weather, self righting lifeboat.

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>The Olivia Rose In Whitby Lower Harbour by Rod Johnson

 

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The Olivia Rose In Whitby Lower Harbour

The fishing boat Olivia Rose WY 806, is pictured in the Lower Harbour at Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. The boat was approaching the seaward end of the Fish Quay, just before it was refuelled.

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>Falmouth Harbour From The Discovery Quay by Rod Johnson

 

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Falmouth Harbour From The Discovery Quay

Part of Falmouth Harbour, as viewed from the Discovery Quay at Falmouth, in Cornwall, England. The evening scene, shows boats of various sizes, Royal Navy ships and the docks to the rear and on the right is the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and its 100ft high Look Out tower.

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>Fisherman Aboard The Olivia Rose, Whitby by Rod Johnson

 

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Fisherman Aboard The Olivia Rose, Whitby

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>Bridlington Harbour Scene 02 by Rod Johnson

 

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Bridlington Harbour Scene 02

A colourful scene of boats moored in the harbour at Bridlington in East Yorkshire, England.

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>Leaving Yarmouth Under Sail by Rod Johnson

 

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Leaving Yarmouth Under Sail

A yacht under sail, is pictured leaving Yarmouth Harbour in the Isle of Wight, England. The sail boat is flying the Austrian flag.

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>RFA Mounts Bay (L3008) , Falmouth Docks by Rod Johnson

 

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RFA Mounts Bay (L3008), Falmouth Docks

RFA Mounts Bay, alongside Queen's Wharf, in Falmouth Docks at Falmouth, Cornwall, England. The ship was photographed from a small boat in the harbour. RFA Mounts Bay is one of the three Bay Class ships in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. Mounts Bay's main task is to supply Royal Navy warships with fuel, stores, ammunition and food, at sea and it also provides an amphibious assault platform for the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines.

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