Photographed at Portsmouth on 22 April 2010, she is one of three 90m Offshore Patrol Vessels for the Trinidad and Tobago ad she was at he time of the photograph undergoing sea trials.
Astern of her is the Brittany ferry vessel Normandie Express which was out of service due to engine trouble.
Photographed at Portsmouth Dockyard on 22 April 2010 Normandie Express was out of service with engine trouble.
The problem only occurred just before the ship was due to re-enter service. A connecting rod broke in one of the engines, which damaged the crankshaft, which needs replacing
Seen here berthed at the Incat Yards at Prince of Wales Bay upstream from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
Undergoing a livery change to the Brittany Ferries markings prior to delivery to Europe. She undertook a delivery of aid to various Countries affects by the Boxing Day Tsunami.
Normandie Express loading for trip to Europe at Hobart's Princes 1 wharf January 19 2005. Cargo included the yacht on the right which damaged it's keel in a round the world yacht race whilst in the Great Southern Ocean and retired from race.
Seen here berthed at the Incat Sheds upstream from Risdon near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia preparing for her delivery voyage via Indonesia and Sri Lanka with Tsunami Aid from Tasmania and Australia and also carring the Vendee Global Challege witdrawal Sill back to france after suffering rudder and k