Wednesday, February 19, 2014

A grim, grey day off Greenock.

As we made our way out into the Firth of Clyde we were heading for the container terminal at Greenock, which is one of the major ports on the Clyde. The day was looking pretty grim with a dark grey sky hanging low over the grey streets in the distance. The MV Uos Liberty, an anchor handling tug, was moored below the two cranes and...

 ...the MV Lady Hester, a Dutch general cargo ship, was taking on cargo for Montrose at the single crane. Then we came to this west cardinal marker buoy. What would we find... its east?


  1. Looks sweet. Glad to see ypu back in the saddle. Roll on April, tony

  2. Thank you Tony, one of the reasons for having one operation after the other was to ensure I would be as fit as possible for the start of the 2014 season on the Solway :o)