All content copyright © David Richerby, 2013–14
|Sunday, 2nd June||Waverley
|Monday, 3rd June||Waverley
|Tuesday, 4th June||Ships|
|Wednesday, 5th June||Ships|
|Thursday, 6th June||Boudicca|
|Friday, 7th June||Ships|
|Saturday, 8th June||Ships
Yakovlevs Display Team
|Sunday, 9th June||Celebrity Infinity|
|Monday, 10th June||Ships|
|Tuesday, 11th June||Liverpool Docks|
|Wednesday, 12th June||Ships|
|Thursday, 13th June||Abersoch Bay|
|Sunday, 16th June||Ships|
|Wednesday, 19th June||Stena Lagan
|Thursday, 20th June||Astor
|Friday, 21st June||Ships|
|Saturday, 22nd June||Ships
Royal Liver Building
|Sunday, 23rd June||Ships
The dock road
|Monday, 24th June||Ships|
|Wednesday, 26th June||Ships|
|Saturday, 29th June||Ships|
|Sunday, 30th June||Ships
The paddle steamer Waverley made her first visit to Liverpool in ten years today, taking passengers on two cruises out into Liverpool Bay. On Tuesday, she'll be at Llandudno for the reopening of the pier.
The ferry European Endeavour works the Liverpool–Dublin cargo route for P&O. She's been in dry dock at Cammell Laird for a couple of days.
Boudicca being deep-cleaned after a norovirus outbreak.
It looks like Stena Lagan suffered an engine failure coming across the Irish Sea: she arrived three hours late, with tug assistance, after crossing at 13kt instead of her normal 18–20. The word on the internet is that she took on a load of contaminated or out-of-spec lubricating oil.
Stena Lagan has been out of service at Birkenhead all day so the two Stena ferries met in the evening.
There's a photograph of the Harland and Wolff building before they started pulling it down, here.
The wind whipping up spray and little waterspouts on Prince's Dock.
A rainbow at sunset: the sun was lower than me so the arc of the rainbow extends below the horizontal.