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WB YEATS Dublin Bound

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ferryfan

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She is en route stopping off at Cherbourg on the 19th December should be in Dublin by late Thursday or Friday. AIS showing her route via the Kiel Canal
Last Edit: December 15, 2018, 02:30:57 PM by ferryfan

brainferry

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Hallelujah
Yes you are correct . Kiel Canal to Cherbourg.
That would be a magnificent journey !
Last Edit: December 15, 2018, 02:37:11 PM by brainferry


IFPete

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Marine Traffic forcasts WB Yeats going through Kiel Canal.

ferryfan

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IFPete

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She is going around Jutland which makes a lot of sense.

conor

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What's the story with the AIS at the moment? WB's position hasn't been updated for 7 hours now.
Last Edit: December 17, 2018, 01:24:53 PM by conor

Niall

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Section of North Sea waters west of Denmark not covered by local AIS. She will come within range again ina few hours as sge nears the NE coast of Holland

conor

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Section of North Sea waters west of Denmark not covered by local AIS. She will come within range again ina few hours as sge nears the NE coast of Holland
Ok thanks was just wondering because lots of other ships were showing up.

marsav68

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updated now, she appears to be about to enter the channel. South east of Felixstowe.

marsav68

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And ETA to Cherbourg is now 08:00 on 18/12.

Niall

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Due in Dublin Thursday morning at around 0830

giftgrub

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WB is due to arrive in Rosslare Europort tomorrow Wednesday at 12.00 for berthing trials, given the announcement today that French services from the port are canceled this could mean that WB might enter service providing cover for Inishmore when Ulysses goes for refit, unlikely as this might sound, what better way to train staff, get a ferry operational and get any potential issues sorted out of the Dublin Holyhead spotlight.


ferryfan

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WB is due to visit Holyhead for berthing trials today and is now due in Dublin at 0945 tomorrow with tugs on hand for spray salute.
(I think a lot of people would rather have slurry spreaders ready to give the greeting)

conor

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Does anyone have any pictures of her in Rosslare?