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The classic style of Saga Rose, arriving here in 2006.
01.10.15. Windfarm and Offshore Installation Accomodation Vessel, Sea Discoverer pays an overnight visit to Dover. She continued her passage to Emden the following morning.
09.06.15. The arrival and departure of Celebrity Silhouette. The largest cruise vessel ever to visit Dover.
A big one for 2015! Costa Favolosa arrives in port 18.05.15
Norwegian operator Hurtigruten's ms Fram arrives in the afternoon sunshine and crosses the harbour before berthing on CT1. She embarked passengers and departed later the same day bound for Stavanger.
Fred Olsen's timeless classic Boudicca makes her welcome return to Dover in the afternoon sunshine on 7th April 2015.
Two sides to every........funnel.......!
Portuscale's Azores makes her afternoon arrival and is assisted to her berth by port tug DHB Doughty. Sporting her latest livery of black hull and yellow funnel she looks very different from her white hulled Athena days. Originally Swedish Lloyds cargo vessel the Stockholm she is remembered for her coming together with the Italian liner Andrea Doria in 1965 off the Nantucket lightvessel. She now holds the accolade as the oldest surviving cruise ship still in regular cruising service.
The Albatros pictured alongside on the 29th September 2013. Owned by Phoenix Reisen of Germany, she was originally the Royal Viking Sea built in 1973. She arrived from Bremerhaven in the morning and sailed later that evening for Portland. She is also scheduled to call at Le Havre, Antwerp, Amsterdam and Bremerhaven.
MSC Magnifica on Cruise Terminal 2. The company have pledged a long term commitment to UNICEF's work with vulnerable children in Brazil.
For further details visit www.msccruises.com
Fred Olsen's Black Watch departing from Cruise 2 on the 3rd October 2013 with DHB's HPL Dovorian in attendance ready to disembark the pilot once clear of the western entrance. She was professionally 'deep cleaned' during her stay as some of her passengers had unfortunately fallen victim to an outbreak of Norovirus. She sailed for sunnier climes, on a sixteen night Azores and Canaries cruise.
This is quite an interesting one ! Originally built in 1984 as the Royal Princess, she was the first cruise vessel ever to feature all outside cabins (AOC). The ship was built by Finish shipbuilder Wartsila for P&O Cruises and was named by Diana, Princess of Wales, in Southampton on 15th November 1984. She subsequently became Artemis and currently sails as Artania for Phoenix Reisen. As Pacific Princess she was used as the trial cruise vessel during the evaluation of Dover Cruise Terminal.
Classic International Cruises Athena. Originally named the Stockholm and owned by Swedish America Line. On the 25th July 1956 she collided with the Italian Line vessel Andrea Doria in what became one of history's most infamous maritime disasters. The Doria remained afloat for eleven hours before finally capsizing and sinking. Forty six people were killed in what was the last major transatlantic passenger vessel disaster before aircraft became the preferred method of travel between Europe and America.
She is now Portuscale's Azores.
The luxurious Seabourn Sojurn alongside CT 1. Operated by Seabourn Cruises Inc., She is another Dover caller that is ultimately owned by Carnival Corporation. She is seen here earlier this year, prior to her twenty one night "Route of the Vikings" cruise which included visits to Iceland, Greenland and Canada.
Princess Cruise vessel Emerald Princess at 116,000 grt is one of the largest vessels to use Dover Cruise Terminal. She and some of her grand class sisters have now had their "shopping trolley " Skywalkers Disco rear spoiler structure removed, in part, to save excess fuel consumption and expenditure.