Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Atlantide II

As promised last Saturday, here is the first part of my early morning watch at the entrance of the port.
Fishing boat Atlantide II, port of Livorno
At 5:51 AM the fishing boat “Atlantide II” is the first vessel I saw entering the port.
Ferry Moby Wonder, IMO 9214367, port of Livorno
Bunker tanker Giglio, IMO 9365207, port of Livorno
At 5:53 AM the ferry “Moby Wonder” arrives from Olbia, Sardinia. At 5:58 AM the bunker tanker “Giglio” enters the action, ready to refuel ferries and other ships. The sun rises today at 5:58 AM, but it is still behind the hills.

Before Dawn - Mega Andrea - Norwegian Epic - Oceana - Tugs - Island Princess - The Rower
- The Red Fishing Boat - MSC Diego

See also: Moby Wonder - Feeding a Ferry
Search labels: ferry - Moby

16 comments:

William Kendall said...

I think the Alantide suits me best, though the Moby's quite colourful!

Revrunner said...

Kind of an amusing sign on the Giglio--"No smoking". Well I hope so. :-)

Michelle said...

I always like to see Bugs Bunny!

Kate said...

dIt appears to be a pretty busy port. Good photos of the vessels.

Karl Demetz said...

I'm always amused to see the colourful Moby Wonder.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

What a great way to start the day. I don't know if I'd ever make it to work!

Janis
GDP

EG CameraGirl said...

I think it would be very pleasant to watch ships come and go. Relaxing!

Dina said...

Such a delightful variety of ships, all within ten minutes.

Birdman said...

Hahaha LOVE the 'Moby'. Is there a sister ship the 'Dick'? Just wondering.

Sharon Anck said...

Those are all pretty close together. Must be a busy port.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Goodness me, all in the space of less than ten minutes... more coming VP? I like this idea very much.

RedPat said...

So busy so early in the morning! I must be missing a lot that goes on in the early morning. ;-))

Marleen said...

I am amazed by the ferry, nice!

cieldequimper said...

A real log book. Keep them coming.

Arianna said...

Sarebbe bello stare al porto tutta la mattina...ciao, Arianna

Stefan Jansson said...

You are a good ship-spotter.