Ships and the Sea

Hobart, Tasmania. Antartica  Survey ship P&O Aurora Australis. Having just rescued 12 Russians from Antartica.


Auckland Harbour. “Power always gives way to sail”IMG_0191

Bay of Islands. North Island.


Inter Island ferries Wellington.


Cruise Terminal Kowloon 2014



Norwegian Gem (January 2011)

This shot was taken at Tortola in The British Virgin Islands.

The ship had just made it’s last port of call at (28c) before returning to New York at (-2.2c).

I was able to have this photograph published on the rear cover of the May 2011 copy of Ships Monthly.

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The Royal Clipper(January 2011)

This picture was taken in St Lucia where it had moored away from the main harbour to enable her passengers to be taken ashore to the nearest beach.

There are 3 ships that belong to the Star Clipper cruises, Star Clipper, Star Flyer and the largest The Royal Clipper.


St Kitts and Nevis (January 2012

I had to get up early to take this shot of the Sunrise over the islands as the P&O’s Azura was on it’s way to dock. Although the Caribbean is hot in January, at 6.30 in the morning it still requires a fleece.

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These photographs says all there is to say about a holiday in the Caribbean during the Winter.


Folkestone Harbour

Late Autumn Sun. 2011. In this shot I was fortunate to have an  autumnal day with perfect sunlight.


Celebrity Silhouette

Passing The Doges Palace. Venice May 2012.

The Silhouette entered service July 2011, carries 2880 passengers,  122,400 tonnes, max speed 24kts and is 1047 ft overall length.

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Livorno Harbour Italy 

MSC Splendida turning 360 degrees at the inner harbour. May 2010

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Faversham Docks

Wonderful sailing barges moored at Faversham August 2011