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Saturday 28 June 2014

Friday 27 June 2014


Returning to Glasgow in the twighlight hours,just before Dumbarton.

Wednesday 25 June 2014

P&O Express

Express is a 91-metre (299 ft) wave piercing catamaran built by International Catamarans (Incat), and operated by P&O Ferries between Northern Ireland and Scotland. During her delivery voyage on 9 June 1998, she set the record for the fastest Atlantic Eastbound Record, previously held by another Incat craft Hoverspeed Great Britain, making the 3,125 mi (5,029 km) run from Manhattan to Tarifa, Spain in 3 days 7 hours 54 minutes, traveling at an average speed of 38.877 knots (72.000 km/h; 44.739 mph).

During that same voyage, the ship became the first passenger ship to cover 1,000 mi (1,600 km) or more in one 24-hour period. In covering 1,018 nautical miles (1,885 km) in one day, beating the 868 mi (1,397 km). record set by SS United States in 1952. Six weeks later, sister craft HSC Fjord Cat took the record.

She is seen here arriving at Troon Harbour,for more informatiob click HERE

Monday 23 June 2014


Seen passing the Isle of Cumbrae with the mountain peaks of Arran in the background.

Sunday 22 June 2014


Seen passing Dumbarton on her way to KGV dock Glasgow.

Wednesday 18 June 2014

Island Princess

Island Princess the Kilcreggan ferry entering  James Watt Dock at the end of her working day.

Tuesday 17 June 2014

King Milo

King Milo a large bulker being escorted downriver by Svitzer tugs.