|Photographer:||John Latter [View profile]||Title:||Dover, ENGLAND||Added:||Aug 08, 2010|
|Location:||Dover, United Kingdom|
||Harbour Overview Images|
|Cross-Channel Ferries leaving Dover Harbour via the Eastern Entrance at 1.13 pm on Friday, 6th of August, 2010.
At top-left in the English Channel is the "Norman Bridge" cross-channel freight and passenger ferry (IMO: 9147306; LD Lines) en route to Boulogne, France.
Passing through the Eastern Entrance of Dover Harbour is the "Pride of Canterbury" ferry (IMO: 9007295; P&O Ferries) en route to Calais, France.
Still berthed at Dover 6 ferry terminal in the Eastern Docks is the "Dover Seaways" ferry (IMO number: 9318345; Norfolk Line) which had just arrived from Dunkirk (Dunkerque), France.
It's easy to miss at first glance, but berthed this side of the Eastern Arm pier at top-left is the "Clipper Bordeaux" Oil Products Tanker (IMO: 9281803; Clipper Group).
The structure near the end of the Eastern Arm pier is Dover Port Control. On the right-hand side of the Eastern Entrance is the Southern Breakwater.
The photo was taken from above Broadlees Bottom near Langdon Cliffs (part of the "White Cliffs of Dover").
More info on the original Ferries leaving Dover Harbour via the Eastern Entrance, Eastern Docks webpage.
John Latter / Jorolat
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