Thursday, July 8, 2010

Moby Corse

Moby Corse ferry, IMO 7615414, LivornoThe “Moby Corse”, built in 1978 in Denmark as “Dana Anglia”, is our local new entry in the Looney Tunes-liveried ferries of the Moby Lines.Moby Corse ferry, IMO 7615414, LivornoDon't worry about the smoke, you usually see some only when the vessels are maneuvering, never in ordinary navigation.Moby Corse ferry, IMO 7615414, LivornoA quite happy bunch, while the ferry is going slowly in reverse to her berth.

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16 comments:

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Advertising. I cannot look at the "Moby" without thinking of the Herman Melville classic, Moby Dick.

Jan
GDP

Jacob said...

I always love your shots of these ferries...they are so...fun and light-hearted!

Kate said...

Jan beat me to it; I, too, immediately thought of Moby Dick.

Dina said...

Just amazing how these cartoons can change the look and feel of a ship.

I'm wondering if we couldn't add some to navy vessels ... ;)

cieldequimper said...

Lol, these really are a hoot. I wonder what the Corses make of them though.

Gunn said...

cooool! Love the FUN/HAPPY decorations.

Cezar and Léia said...

This ferry is adorable with all funny decoration! :)
Léia

Steffe said...

They sure look a bit different these ferries.

B SQUARED said...

Has to be a fun time on those ships.

JM said...

Very cool indeed! I especially enjoy Sylvester on the chimney.

Small City Scenes said...

I can't get over the size of those boats. MB

Lois said...

I love all those characters!

lodolite said...

che bella idea, i bambini saranno contenti.
ciao simona

tapirgal said...

Cool pix. I love the dark sky. I always wonder why these boats need camouflage to break up their outlines. Weird thought, but I always wonder the same thing.

Halcyon said...

Do you think all these advertisements really boost sales for the Ferries?

Kaori said...

This was what I grew up watching every sunday morning! Love how all the characters are scattered around the big ship! :)