Gold Rover back in Bidston Graving Dock after several weeks in Cammell Lairds main yard.
I believe they have moved her back and forth from this dock to Lairds about eight times during the course of her refit. It must have cost a small fortune when you consider each move entails the use of three tugs
Another of 1st Officer P D Homan's stickers.
RASON being the acronym for Remain At Sea Overnight ' an instruction often received late on a Thursday afternoon after the Portland Thursday War when all the other players were berthing alongside.
RFA Gold Rover in Cammell Laird's No 5 Drydock on 26/9/10.
That day they took her out of the dock, held her stationary in the Mersey for a couple of hours with four tugs in attendance, then put her back in the dry dock. Today, they took her out again and brought her into Birkenhead dock system, and