Steady stream of harbour traffic
Lerwick Harbour had a steady week with a number of different vessels coming in to port.
On Saturday the V Ushakov arrived at the Greenhead base from Invergordon.
The Antiguan-registered vessel was in to pick up reels before sailing on to Peterhead.
She was followed on Monday by the reefer Neerlandic, which arrived at Greenhead to collect a load of frozen fish from the Catch.
Sunday saw the arrival of the Swedish tanker Norden. She had come from Gothenburg, and berthed at Holmsgarth with a cargo of fuel oil for the power station.
Another tanker, the Sea Dweller, arrived from Grangemouth on Wednesday, also with a load of oil.
On Thursday there were a number of oil-related arrivals, with supply boats from Singapore, Norway and the UK arriving either with cargo, or for shelter.
The Altaire berthed at Holmsgarth to land a net on Thursday. She was followed by the British Enterprise FR, landing a load of mackerel at the Catch.
Forever Grateful also brought mackerel on Saturday, and on Sunday the Altaire returned to Holmsgarth, this time to pick up a net.
On Friday the Ocean Harvest towed in the Harvester to Holmsgarth, which had fouled its propeller.
The Knab was kept busy with jobs on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday.