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#CAPITAL CRUISE CALLS – Tonight two cruiseships are due to depart Dublin Port, they are Plantours Cruises Hamburg (2007/15,067grt), which made its maiden 'Irish' debut call to the capital, followed by Compagnie du Ponant's Le Diamant, writes Jehan Ashmore.
Plantours is a German based operator and is one of several new entrants providing cruises to Irish ports, as previously reported on Afloat.ie. Among the newcomers are MSC Cruises, whose MSC Lirica finally made her first call to Cobh at the weekend, as an earlier scheduled call this month, was cancelled due to bad weather.
Both the visiting vessels to Dublin Port today, had by coincidence arrived from Penzance, Cornwall and the Hamburg, is no stranger to the capital, having previously operated as Hapag-Lloyd's C. Columbus.
Whereas the French operated Le Diamant (1974/8,282grt) has been in Irish waters throughout this month, with a call to Galway on 17th August. On the same day Voyages of Discovery, which is part of the All Leisure Group, saw their Discovery also make an anchorage call of the mid-western port.
#PORTS & SHIPPING REVIEW - Over the last fortnight Jehan Ashmore has reported from the Shipping scene where the Port of Cork Company posted an operating profit before exceptional costs of €1.3 million – down by €700,000 from 2010 – on a turnover of €21.4 million.
Dublin Port welcomed a new cruise operator, MSC Cruises when the 59,000 tonnes MSC Lirica made her maiden 'Irish' port of call, which was followed by visit to Cobh in mid-August. On the same day of MSC Lirica's call to the capital, P&O Cruises Adonia became the second caller so far this season to Foynes on the Shannon Estuary.
The luxury liner returned to Dublin yesterday, coinciding with The Tall Ships Race Festival and where today the fleet set off with the highlight of the 'Parade of Sail' which passed off Dun Laoghaire Harbour and Howth Peninsula. The Ecuadorian Navy's barque Guayas lead the parade, as they sailed past the anchored guardship L.E. Emer offshore of the harbour mouth.
For the first time the National Maritime Museum of Ireland in Dun Laoghaire, broke tradition by opening its doors to the public on Mondays, and this will remain so to the end of the summer.
The heavylift cargo-ship HHL Valparasio (2010/17,634grt), believed to be the largest vessel ever to dock in Fenit, Co. Kerry, loaded two ship-to-shore container cranes built by the Liebherr factory outside Killarney, which were bound for the Elizabeth Port, New Jersey in the US.
Also in the same county, the luxury 5-star cruiseship Hebridean Princess was on a 7-night cruise tour of the south-west coast based out of Cobh, where passengers had flown in from the UK. The cruise was unusual in that the ports were all concentrated in that region.
Also based out of Cork is the headquarters of Ardmore Shipping Ltd, whose first of four product tankers was marked by a keel-laying ceremony at a South Korean shipyard.
Single-route operator Celtic Link Ferries chartered ro-pax Celtic Horizon, is running her first peak-season sailings since introduced on the Rosslare-Cherbourg route in October last year.
During this week the Naval Service detained an Irish registered trawler in relation to alleged breaches of technical fishing regulations offshore of Ballycotton. The OPV L.É. Niamh (P52) escorted the vessel to Cork. This followed another detainment off Ballycotton and again an Irish trawler, for the same reasons, when the CPV L.É. Ciara (P42) escorted the vessel also to Cobh.
#LIRICA CALLS AGAIN – Only on her second cruise call to Dublin Port, MSC Lirica (2003/59,058grt) as previously reported on Afloat.ie, docked this morning into the capital brimming with tallships, adding another attraction for cruise-goers, writes Jehan Ashmore.
The $250m ship, made her maiden call to Ireland just over a fortnight ago with over 3,000 passengers. The 251m long vessel operated by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) Cruises, which is the newest company to enter the Irish market and in total there are 90 callers to Dublin Port in 2012.
In May next year the port is to welcome another MSC Cruises vessel with the larger 293m MSC Magnifica, which cost $547million and was only completed in 2010.
The value of the sector is estimated to generate €35 and €50 million for the local economy, bringing over 100,000 high-spend passengers and crew to the city and surrounding areas' shops, attractions and eateries each year.
Add to that, an estimated 1 million visitors over the four-day Tall Ships festival, not to mention the international crew of 1,500 and attendant publicity. Albeit the tallships festival in Dublin is an infrequent event as it was held in the capital in 1998.
However this is the opposite with the expanding cruise business sector, where increasingly larger liners are making more regular calls. In order to cope with capacity the Dublin Port Company's Masterplan 2012-2040 has proposed a new €110m cruise terminal identified beside the East Link toll-lift bridge, recent witness to the numerous tallships passing through.
On a nationwide basis, over the last two years, it has been estimated that the cruise ship industry has contributed €20.3 million. Noting many cruise-callers make visits to more than one Irish port, particularly those calling to the premier ports, where economic opportunities for the hinterland's could be worth a potential €60 million over the next few years.
The Swiss headquartered MSC group don't just operate cruiseships, and are not new to Ireland, as for several years through their global container shipping division, its operation here, MSC (Ireland) started providing direct container shipping routes.
Initially they used their own tonnage (later chartered vessels) from one of the world's largest containership fleets, where the MSC compass brand symbol can be seen on the mixed fleet but also on the containers themselves.
#CRUISE LINERS – According to the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), a number of calls by international cruise ships to Irish ports, many on their maiden calls to this country, have visited within the first half of 2012.
Irish Ports had confirmed visits for 202 international cruise liners this year and so far they have welcomed a broad collection of vessels including Princess Cruises 'Grand' class liner Grand Princess in January which lead to the disembarkation of an estimated 4,000 visitors to Dublin Port.
Also calling to the capital as previously reported was the $250m luxury cruise liner MSC Lirica carrying almost 3,000 passengers and Cobh during the month of August. She is due to make a repeat call to both ports this weekend, firstly to the capital and then sailing overnight to Cobh.
Over the past two years, it has been estimated that the cruise ship industry has contributed €20.3 million to the island of Ireland.
With the increase in bigger liner ships calling to this country there are clear indications that the contribution that the cruise industry is making to the Irish economy will have a significant influence on the economic opportunities for the hinterland's of Irish host ports, and could be worth a potential €60 million over the next few years.
Most recently, at the Cruise Europe Conference 2012 held at Royal Greenwich, London, Captain Michael McCarthy of the Port of Cork, was unanimously elected Chairman of Cruise Europe. Captain McCarthy is currently serving as Commercial Manager with the Port of Cork Company.
Commenting on the Irish cruise business, the newly elected chairman of Cruise Europe, Captain Michael McCarthy said: "There are many indirect economic and tourism benefits to Ireland from the cruise sector, as well as the benefit of introducing Ireland to new markets and growing business opportunities. Cruise visits help to showcase Ireland's world class shore products, destinations and highlight all that Ireland has to offer visitors."
He continued: "One of Ireland's advantages is the strategic and geographic spread of its numerous ports, many of which are in close proximity to world class tourism destinations and it is with this in mind that Ireland will be promoted with the North and Atlantic European destinations to develop thriving and 'must see' destinations".
#CRUISE LINERS – In 2012 the Dublin Port Company can look forward to welcoming 90 cruiseship calls, slightly up compared to this year's season, writes Jehan Ashmore.
The sector in 2011 performed positively with a 7.5% increase in cruise passengers on board 87 cruise-calls. In total they brought over 135,000 passengers and crew to the capital, generating between €35 - €55m to the local economy.
The increase in passengers brings the total number of high-spend cruise passengers to almost 750,000 since 2000, providing a boon to city-centre businesses to the tune of over €400m in that period.
Once again cruiseships from the leading operators are scheduled to Dublin Port in 2012. They will appear in the form of the small, medium and giant-sized ships, many of which will be making more than one cruisecall throughout the season, which starts in April and culminates in October.
To view a timetable of cruiseships calling to Dublin Port see below.
A newcomer will be Kristina Katarina (1982/12,668grt) which is operated by Finnish owners Kristina Cruises. The former Russian ship replaced Kristina Regina last year due to new safety regulations which forced the veteran vessel to withdraw from service.
Mediterranean Shipping Lines (MSL) which operates container services to Ireland, will be deploying the 1,560 passenger MSC Lirica (2003/59,038grt). To view more about this French built cruiseship click HERE.
While the veteran Arion (1965/5,888grt) makes a welcome return for those with an affinity to smaller classic vessels, she orignially served in the Adriatic and was built at the Uljanik Shipyard in Pula, Croatia.
|Ship Name||ETA||Ship Length||Expected From||NAME|
|ARION||13/04/2012 12:00||118.00||Falmouth||Burke Shipping Group|
|GRAND PRINCESS||18/04/2012 07:00||289.52||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|QUEST||24/04/2012 06:00||49.65||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|LE BOREAL||26/04/2012 07:00||142.10||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|MARCO POLO||28/04/2012 07:00||176.28||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|ALBATROS||04/05/2012 10:00||205.46||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BOUDICCA||06/05/2012 07:00||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|LE BOREAL||06/05/2012 07:00||142.10||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||11/05/2012 05:30||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|QUEST FOR ADVENTURE||11/05/2012 07:00||170.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|QUEST||13/05/2012 05:00||49.65||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|VISION OF THE SEAS||16/05/2012 11:00||279.00||Cherbourg||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||17/05/2012 06:30||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SEABOURN SOJOURN||17/05/2012 07:00||198.19||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER WHISPER||18/05/2012 07:00||186.00||Belfast||Burke Shipping Group|
|CALEDONIAN SKY||24/05/2012 05:15||90.60||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|BRAEMAR||24/05/2012 06:30||195.92||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||29/05/2012 06:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|DELPHIN||30/05/2012 07:00||156.27||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER EXPLORER||01/06/2012 05:30||108.11||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ARION||01/06/2012 06:00||118.00||British - Others||Burke Shipping Group|
|AZAMARA JOURNEY||01/06/2012 07:00||181.00||Scilly Isles||Hamilton Shipping|
|VENTURA||05/06/2012 02:00||288.61||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER CLOUD||06/06/2012 07:00||155.81||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER||06/06/2012 07:00||206.50||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||10/06/2012 06:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ATHENA||12/06/2012 06:30||160.08||British - Others||Burke Shipping Group (D9)|
|MARINA||13/06/2012 07:00||251.46||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|BLACK WATCH||14/06/2012 06:00||205.47||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|AIDACARA||15/06/2012 06:30||193.34||Cork||Interocean Agencies Ltd.,|
|MARINA||20/06/2012 07:00||251.46||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|ARCADIA||23/06/2012 05:00||285.11||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SAGA SAPPHIRE||02/07/2012 07:00||199.50||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ARCADIA||05/07/2012 03:00||285.11||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|PRINSENDAM||05/07/2012 07:00||204.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||11/07/2012 06:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|EUROPA||11/07/2012 11:59||198.60||British - Others||Hapag Lloyd (Irl) Ltd.,|
|NAUTICA||20/07/2012 07:00||181.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|PRINSENDAM||21/07/2012 06:00||204.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|MINERVA||21/07/2012 07:00||133.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|DEUTSCHLAND||21/07/2012 07:00||175.30||null||Leinster Shipping (Agencies) Ltd|
|MARCO POLO||26/07/2012 07:00||176.28||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|MEIN SCHIFF II||29/07/2012 06:00||263.90||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|NAUTICA||31/07/2012 07:00||181.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|AZAMARA JOURNEY||01/08/2012 15:30||181.00||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|HEBRIDEAN PRINCESS||01/08/2012 19:30||71.63||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|QUEEN ELIZABETH||04/08/2012 10:30||294.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|MAASDAM||04/08/2012 11:00||219.21||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||05/08/2012 06:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CLIPPER ODYSSEY||07/08/2012 07:00||102.96||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|ASTOR||07/08/2012 09:30||176.26||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|KRISTINA KATARINA||09/08/2012 06:00||137.10||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER CLOUD||09/08/2012 07:00||155.81||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ADONIA||09/08/2012 07:00||181.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||10/08/2012 06:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|MSC LIRICA||14/08/2012 07:00||251.25||Oban||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||16/08/2012 01:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|PRINSENDAM||18/08/2012 06:30||204.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|HEBRIDEAN PRINCESS||18/08/2012 09:30||71.63||Kinsale||Hamilton Shipping|
|AIDACARA||19/08/2012 06:30||193.34||Cork||Interocean Agencies Ltd.,|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||20/08/2012 06:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ORIANA||20/08/2012 11:59||260.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|CLIPPER ODYSSEY||21/08/2012 02:15||102.96||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|QUEST FOR ADVENTURE||21/08/2012 07:00||170.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|MSC LIRICA||25/08/2012 07:00||251.25||Oban||Hamilton Shipping|
|SAGA SAPPHIRE||26/08/2012 06:00||199.50||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|AIDAAURA||26/08/2012 06:30||203.20||La Corruna||Interocean Agencies Ltd.,|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||27/08/2012 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|HAMBURG||28/08/2012 09:30||145.00||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|LE DIAMANT||28/08/2012 11:30||124.19||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|PRINCESS DAPHNE||29/08/2012 07:15||162.39||Falmouth||Burke Shipping Group|
|PRINCESS DANAE||30/08/2012 07:00||162.31||Belfast||Burke Shipping Group|
|CRYSTAL SYMPHONY||31/08/2012 02:30||238.01||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|DELPHIN||01/09/2012 07:00||156.27||Falmouth||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER EXPLORER||02/09/2012 05:30||108.11||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|EXPLORER||02/09/2012 07:15||180.40||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|JEWEL OF THE SEAS||04/09/2012 03:45||293.95||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|MSC LIRICA||04/09/2012 07:00||251.25||Oban||Hamilton Shipping|
|THOMSON SPIRIT||05/09/2012 06:45||214.66||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|CRYSTAL SYMPHONY||07/09/2012 05:30||238.01||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|MARCO POLO||07/09/2012 07:00||176.28||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|MARINA||08/09/2012 07:00||251.46||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEABOURN SOJOURN||12/09/2012 06:00||198.19||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER||13/09/2012 07:00||206.50||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|ALBATROS||14/09/2012 07:00||205.46||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|EMERALD PRINCESS||15/09/2012 08:15||288.61||null||Burke Shipping Group (D9)|
|LE DIAMANT||16/09/2012 11:30||124.19||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|OCEAN COUNTESS||26/09/2012 08:30||163.56||La Corruna||Hamilton Shipping|
|NORWEGIAN SUN||27/09/2012 07:00||258.57||Greenock||Hamilton Shipping|
|OCEAN COUNTESS||08/10/2012 08:30||163.56||Vigo||Hamilton Shipping|
|MARCO POLO||12/04/2013 03:45||176.28||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|CROWN PRINCESS||26/04/2013 11:59||288.63||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|FRAM||05/05/2013 07:00||113.86||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||08/05/2013 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ARTANIA||16/05/2013 07:00||230.61||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CELEBRITY INFINITY||17/05/2013 06:30||294.00||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|MEIN SCHIFF I||18/05/2013 06:00||263.90||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|TBN||18/05/2013 07:00||999.00||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER EXPLORER||19/05/2013 05:30||108.11||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|VISION OF THE SEAS||20/05/2013 07:00||279.00||Cherbourg||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER WHISPER||20/05/2013 07:00||186.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||21/05/2013 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|EXPLORER||22/05/2013 06:45||180.40||Belfast||Burke Shipping Group|
|SILVER EXPLORER||25/05/2013 06:00||108.11||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BRAEMAR||27/05/2013 11:30||195.92||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||27/05/2013 11:59||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|MSC MAGNIFICA||28/05/2013 03:45||293.80||Greenock||Hamilton Shipping|
|TBN||30/05/2013 06:00||999.00||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER||05/06/2013 07:00||206.50||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|CELEBRITY INFINITY||08/06/2013 09:30||294.00||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|DEUTSCHLAND||09/06/2013 07:00||175.30||null||Leinster Shipping (Agencies) Ltd|
|MARINA||09/06/2013 07:15||251.46||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||14/06/2013 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ASTOR||19/06/2013 06:00||176.26||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|PRINSENDAM||23/06/2013 06:00||204.00||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|NAUTICA||30/06/2013 07:00||181.00||Isle of Man||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||02/07/2013 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SEA PRINCESS||08/07/2013 11:59||261.31||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ARCADIA||09/07/2013 11:59||285.11||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|THE WORLD||11/07/2013 09:45||196.35||Galway||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEA CLOUD II||14/07/2013 06:00||117.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|AZAMARA QUEST||14/07/2013 06:00||181.00||Isle of Man||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||14/07/2013 07:00||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BOUDICCA||15/07/2013 07:00||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|DEUTSCHLAND||16/07/2013 07:00||175.30||null||Leinster Shipping (Agencies) Ltd|
|WIND SURF||18/07/2013 07:00||187.20||Holyhead||Hamilton Shipping|
|BALMORAL||18/07/2013 16:30||217.91||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ARTANIA||24/07/2013 11:59||230.61||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||26/07/2013 11:59||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ORIANA||26/07/2013 11:59||260.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SAGA SAPPHIRE||29/07/2013 07:00||199.50||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|EURODAM||29/07/2013 07:00||285.43||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEA CLOUD II||30/07/2013 06:00||117.00||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|SILVER CLOUD||31/07/2013 07:00||155.81||Belfast||Burke Shipping Group|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||01/08/2013 07:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|VEENDAM||03/08/2013 06:00||219.21||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|MARINA||07/08/2013 07:15||251.46||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|QUEEN ELIZABETH||07/08/2013 11:59||294.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||07/08/2013 11:59||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|PRINSENDAM||09/08/2013 07:00||204.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|CELEBRITY INFINITY||09/08/2013 11:00||294.00||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|DISCOVERY||09/08/2013 12:00||168.74||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|EUROPA||10/08/2013 06:00||198.60||Ayr||Hapag Lloyd (Irl) Ltd.,|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||10/08/2013 07:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SILVER CLOUD||11/08/2013 07:00||155.81||Belfast||Burke Shipping Group|
|OCEAN MAJESTY||14/08/2013 07:00||135.30||Falmouth||Hamilton Shipping|
|AIDACARA||16/08/2013 06:30||193.34||Cork||Interocean Agencies Ltd.,|
|BRAEMAR||16/08/2013 07:00||195.92||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|PACIFIC STAR PRINCESS||17/08/2013 07:00||75.00||Cardiff||Hamilton Shipping|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||18/08/2013 07:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|MSC MAGNIFICA||19/08/2013 07:00||293.80||Greenock||Hamilton Shipping|
|CARIBBEAN PRINCESS||19/08/2013 11:59||289.56||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|COLUMBUS 2||20/08/2013 07:00||181.00||Isle of Man||Hapag Lloyd (Irl) Ltd.,|
|ALBATROS||21/08/2013 07:00||205.46||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|ORIANA||21/08/2013 11:59||260.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|NAUTICA||24/08/2013 07:00||181.00||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|MINERVA||25/08/2013 11:00||133.00||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|CRYSTAL SERENITY||26/08/2013 01:00||250.00||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||27/08/2013 07:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BOUDICCA||28/08/2013 12:00||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SAGA SAPPHIRE||29/08/2013 07:00||199.50||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|AIDACARA||30/08/2013 06:30||193.34||Cork||Interocean Agencies Ltd.,|
|CELEBRITY INFINITY||31/08/2013 07:00||294.00||Waterford||Hamilton Shipping|
|WIND SURF||31/08/2013 07:00||187.20||Isle of Man||Hamilton Shipping|
|OCEAN PRINCESS||03/09/2013 07:00||181.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|THOMSON SPIRIT||03/09/2013 07:00||214.66||Belfast||Hamilton Shipping|
|JEWEL OF THE SEAS||04/09/2013 09:30||293.95||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER||09/09/2013 07:00||206.50||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|BREMEN||10/09/2013 07:00||111.51||British - Others||Hamilton Shipping|
|VISION OF THE SEAS||11/09/2013 05:30||279.00||Cork||Hamilton Shipping|
|SEABOURN PRIDE||11/09/2013 05:30||133.80||null||Hamilton Shipping|
|BOUDICCA||13/09/2013 18:00||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|SILVER WHISPER||14/09/2013 07:00||186.00||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|CARNIVAL GLORY||22/09/2013 11:59||290.20||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BOUDICCA||23/09/2013 09:30||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|
|BOUDICCA||03/10/2013 05:30||206.96||null||Burke Shipping Group|