Sunday, September 6, 2015

The Red Fishing Boat

The next-to-last chapter on the morning traffic in our port: for the previous parts please check the links below.
Fishing boat, port of Livorno
At 8:02 AM a red fishing boat comes back to the port.
Ferry Mega Andrea, IMO 8306498, port of Livorno
Ferry Moby Vincent, IMO 7360605, port of Livorno
At 8:05 AM the pilot leaves the ferry “Mega Andrea”, again on her way to Sardinia. At 8:07 AM the “Moby Vincent” is en route to Corsica.
Tug Pasquino, PF 18578, port of Livorno
At 8:13 AM we see the tug “Pasquino”, whose home port is Portoferraio, island of Elba.

Before Dawn - Atlantide II - Mega Andrea - Norwegian Epic - Oceana - Tugs - Island Princess - The Rower
- MSC Diego

See also: Moby Vincent

13 comments:

Revrunner said...

Hardworking-looking crew member of that fishing boat. Or maybe he is the crew.

Dina said...

You could start a whole blog devoted to your port's activity, VP.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Have enjoyed the comings and goings in your harbour VP. Lots going on in that fairly short time span, am wondering what the finale will be.

Marleen said...

Early mornings are never boring this way!

Gunn said...

Lots of colours today AND a tug boat. Yes, that is what I like:)

Lowell said...

I've enjoyed this series very much. You have a very beautiful and lively port. And those wonderful tugs just keep everything chugging along!

RedPat said...

I've been enjoying this series, VP!

Lois Evensen said...

Your post is a cool flashback for me. I remember the Moby ships when we were over there visiting that port every two weeks.

cieldequimper said...

Almost three hours! The catch of the day is my favourite shot. The promise of fresh fish!! (I know you don't care for it!)

William Kendall said...

The tugs are so small compared to the bigger ships!

EG CameraGirl said...

The waterfront at Livorno sure is a great place to take lots of fun photos!

Karl Demetz said...

A very busy port...

Arianna said...

Che bel gruppo navale! Ciao, Arianna