Container vessel Vega Stockholm outbound for Belfast 09 May 2008. A difficult day for photography.
Panamanian registered Dredger Deepworker lies in James Watt dock following inspection in Garvel 09 May 2008.
Bulk carrier Princess Nadia takes bunkers from tanker Sara within two hours of arriving at Hunterston 08 May 2008. As is becoming the norm, Sara spent a couple of days waiting in Brodick Bay.
Tanker Dubai Legend lies in Irvine Bay, off Saltcoats 08 May 2008. Later that afternoon, she moved upstream to Finnart.
Gibraltan registered heavy lift cargo ship Skaftafell pictured off Campbeltown 07 May 2008 by ClydeNavalGazing correspondent John Stewart. She was there to load wind turbines manufactured by Vestas at Machrihanish, understood to be bound for North America.
US Navy guided missile frigate USS Nicholas (FFG 47) shot from Helensburgh 02 May 2008 by ClydeNavalGazing correspondent John Stewart. A great long range shot off Greenock.
Coaster Lecko loading with round timber at Campbeltown bound for Tofte, Norway 06 May 2008. A super shot by ClydeNavalGazing correspondent John Stewart.
Caledonian Macbrayne's Loch Riddon passes Loch Shira on the first double vessel day of 2008- 05 May 2008. Loch Riddon worked hard to keep up with her bigger sister after they went to continuous running due to the volume of traffic.
SD Impulse along with a Royal Netherlands Navy Walrus Class submarine (Walrus?) 04 May 2008. SD Impulse was carrying the team which recovered the submarine's towed sonar array.
SD Impulse steaming for Gareloch 03 May 2008. She was involved in moving Maersk Rapier from Loch Striven to Garelochead.
Tanker Maersk Rapier moving from Loch Striven to Garelochead 03 May 2008, much to the consternation of some yachts!