Saturday, July 7, 2012

Bows in a Row

Six bows of different types of ships, port of LivornoFrom left to right we can count six bows of different type of ships: “Crown Princess”, “Cedeira”, “Sovereign”, “Mega Express Three”, “Stad Amsterdam” and “Aethalia”.

See also: Sovereign - Stad Amsterdam
Search labels: ferry

15 comments:

Randy said...

Let's race.

Taken For Granted said...

The Stad Amsterdam is a beautiful sailing ship. I would love to sail on her. Enjoyed your earlier photos of her.

Jack said...

These ships are huge! They must bring a lot of business to Livorno.

Dina said...

Oh, so impressive! I would love to be so close to all that beauty and power.
The tall ship looks dwarfed by the modern ships.

Stefan Jansson said...

You should have gone for a panorama here I think.

Birdman said...

Another way to say 'ducks in a row', I guess. I want to cruise... I'm jealous.

JM said...

Don't you think the number of cruise ships is increasing? I've just read 147 cruise ships = 230.000 passengers have stopped in Lisbon on the first six months of 2012. I see them going in and out the Tagus estuary, but had no idea they were so many. Great shot by the way, VP.

Halcyon said...

Looks like they're ready to race!

Anil P said...

They so look like they're about to race, only awaiting the Starter's Gun.

Rob and Mandy said...

Busy day in Livorno! I'm sure, certain actually, that some of them will find their way to Barcelona.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A very impressive line up here VP, my favorite is the little sailboat between the yellow and white boats.

cieldequimper said...

Incredible. As you well know, I'll take the one with masts.

Have a good trip. Monsoon to greet you.

Traveling Hawk said...

Really impressive! I like the yellow one, even if it is smaller.

Luis Gomez said...

Very nice.

Arianna said...

Quanti significati ha la parola "bow"...scatto molto interessante! Ciao, Arianna