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  1. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay alongside the newly built container terminal at the East Lagoon, Singapore. Shot taken from the Centaur berthed across the head of the new lagoon berths. I know which one I preferred to be on board!
  2. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    The British container ship CARDIGAN BAY; 289,6m/ 58,889gt/ 27kn; 09/1972 completed by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG, Kiel, for Overseas Containers Ltd (OCL), London; 1981 re-engined; 1999 MARION 2; 22/02/1999 ARRIVED Alang (india) for breaking up; Sisters ships: TOKYO BAY, OSAKA BAY, KOWLOON BAY,
  3. CARDIGAN BAY

    CARDIGAN BAY

    A couple of shots of her under construction in Glasgow. This is her forepart with accommodation block.
  4. CARDIGAN BAY

    CARDIGAN BAY

    The mid and aft sections waiting for the join up.
  5. RFA Cardigan Bay

    RFA Cardigan Bay

    Waiting off the Kuwaiti port of Shu'aybah and about to heave up to fill the berth 'Eddystone' (my ship) had just vacated. Persian Gulf 19/12/08
  6. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay taken yesterday 15/09/09 during docking down in Asay shipyard Bahrain.
  7. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay taken yesterday 15/09/09 during docking down in Asay shipyard Bahrain.
  8. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay taken yesterday 15/09/09 during docking down in Asay shipyard Bahrain.
  9. Funnels

    Funnels

    RFA Cardigan Bay - funnels revealed! Portsmouth 28 September 2006.
  10. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    As seen from Pride of Bilbao at Portsmouth 28 September 2006 upon return of SN whalewatch expedition.
  11. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    The Cardigan Bay, at BAE systems, Glasgow.
  12. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    The Cardigan Bay at BAE systems, Glasgow.
  13. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

    Photo taken from the Waverley as she sailed from Glasgow to Rothesay.
  14. Cardigan Bay

    Cardigan Bay

  15. CARDIGAN BAY

    CARDIGAN BAY

    The second of the two Landing Craft Ships building at the Bae yard at Govan for the RFA.This,taken in October 2004 shows the Forward Block with the accommodation block added. Two others are building on Tyneside,LARGS and LYME BAYS
  16. CARDIGAN BAY

    CARDIGAN BAY

    The prefabricated blocks wait to be positioned for final joining up. She was launched on 9th April,a day late because of wind conditions.
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