Blyth, England, UK
|Photographer:||Watch1Foy2 [View profile]||Title:||Blyth, England, UK||Added:||Aug 17, 2008|
|Location:||Blyth, United Kingdom|
||Harbour Overview Images|
|M.V SWALLOW & the FONNLAND along side Port of Blyth's Battleship Wharf Berths.
After a £10 million investment and 4 berth's now up and running, a wide diversity of cargo's is now been attracted to be both imported and shipped from the 4 deep water berth's.
At [b]Battleship Wharf I[/b] a cargo of red Stone for TERNEUZEN can be seen in the foreground, the Mv SWALLOW has just come along side to load Aluminium INGOTS.
The FONNLAND is about to unload her cargo of AGGREGATE @ [b]Battleship Wharf II[/b].
At [b]Battleship Wharf III[/b] a cargo of crane parts from the drag liner “ACE OF SPADES” can be seen waiting for the COMBI DOCK I heavy Lift Ship to berth and at [b] Battleship Wharf IIII[/b] a cargo of GYPSUM from the M v SOCOL 2.
Ship Name SWALLOW Shiptype General Cargo Ship
Year of Build 1986 LR/IMO Ship No. 8420921
Gross Tonnage 794 Deadweight 1,412
MMSI No. 232002164 Call Sign GFRJ
Status In Service/Commission Flag United Kingdom
Ship Name FONNLAND Shiptype General Cargo Ship
Year of Build 1992 LR/IMO Ship No. 9041306
Gross Tonnage 2,416 Deadweight 3,601
MMSI No. 258942000 Call Sign LACY7
Status In Service/Commission Flag Norway (Nis)
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Yes, it was all the Port could afford at the time. No 1 is really a Coaster Berth for vessels upto 6000 DWT, which works very well for the cargos we ship from that berth.
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Good to see the Battleship Wharf from that angle - I hadn't realised the quay had a 'dog leg' in it - I only ever view from Bates Staithes :-o
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