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  1. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    After nearly three years calling Tagus River north bank at Belém, last Sunday, March 15th, the car-ferries began docking at Cais do Sodré again, on the brand new pier. This one ain't as much photogenic as the old one or Belém's, but it's from far better. EBORENSE seen here just after her arrival.
  2. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    After nearly three years calling Tagus River north bank at Belém, last Sunday, March 15th, the car-ferries began docking at Cais do Sodré again, on the brand new pier. This isn't as much photogenic as the old one or Belém's, but it's from far better. Also, after nearly three years of carrying flie
  3. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Date - May 21st '07 Location - Belém Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t LOA - 47.04 m Beam - 11.22 m Depth - 2.30 m Speed - 11 knots Engine - 2 Mercedes-Benz V6 [or V8, not sure] Diesel MTU wi
  4. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Here seen under way to Cacilhas with the beautiful Lisbon and the Liscont Container Terminal behind her. Date - May 21st '07 Location - Belém Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t LOA - 47.04 m
  5. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Leaving Belém carrying a full load of vehicles. This is unusual, but she sailed like this for about 3 or 4 days... Then, everything went back to normal... Date - July 9th '07 Location - Belém Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-T
  6. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Berthed at Cacilhas with a full load, something unusual these days... Date - July 11th '07 Location - Cacilhas Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t LOA - 47.04 m Beam - 11.22 m Depth - 2.30 m
  7. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    EBORENSE arriving to Belém pier, passing very near an old and wrecked pier [user to suply coal to the old Central Tejo, Lisbon's 1915 Steam power plant, today a Museum] where local fishermen wait for their dinner... or perhaps just the time to pass. Date - May 21st '07 Location - Belém Name - EBORE
  8. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    The first ship I spotted this year, seen here arriving Transtejo's Belém pier. Rick, this has no script in any corner... :P Date - Jan 1st '07 Location - Belém Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT -
  9. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Berthed at Beléms jetty. Date - Nov 8th 2006 Location - Belém Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t LOA - 47.04 m Beam - 11.22 m Depth - 2.30 m Speed - 11 knots Engine - 2 Mercedes-Benz V6 [or V
  10. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Yesterday, ferryboats had return to Belém! Lisbon had ferrys conecting Belém and Porto Brandão between 1959 and 1977 and, since then, I'm not sure, but I think no ferry has return there. Since yesterday, and due to works at the Cais do Sodré Terminal, the route Cais do Sodré-Cacilhas has been cha
  11. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Manouvering near Cacilhas, after crossing the Tagus River. In the background, the beautiful and always shining Lisbon. Date - Oct 6th 06 Location - Cacilhas Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t
  12. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    Leaving Cais do Sodré Pier Date - Oct 4th 06 Location - Cais do Sodré Name - EBORENSE Owner - Transtejo Built - 1954 at ENVC [Viana do Castelo, Portugal]. Oficial nb - LX-2794-TL GT - 393 t NT - 119 t DWT - 281 t LOA - 47.04 m Beam - 11.22 m Depth - 2.30 m Speed - 11 knots Engine - 2 Diesel MTU 495
  13. EBORENSE

    EBORENSE

    After school [I got out at 3pm], I got the train to Cais do Sodré and spent 2 hours spotting cacilheiros, instead going home... Since sunday there are more cacilheiros berthing Cais do Sodré piers, instead Praça do Comércio, due to some works that are beeing taking place there. To ths date, this
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