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Columnist dies

Columnist dies

26/06/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

Sadly we have to announce that John-ward Phillips, who has compiled the Cruise News column for the past eight weeks, died suddenly this week at his home at Kergord, Weisdale. Sincere condolences are extended to his family. Read more...

Cruise News 19.06.09

Cruise News 19.06.09

19/06/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

The Black Prince will arrive today from Bergen to Greenock. Built by Lubecker FlenderWerke at Lubeck, Germany, at 11,209 tons in 1966, she has a normal capacity of 412 and 200 crew. She initially served Olsen’s services between Harwich and Kristiansand and Amsterdam and Kristiansand in summer and ... Read more...

Cruise News 12.06.09

Cruise News 12.06.09

12/06/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

The Island Sky arrives on Wednesday from St Kilda before departing for Stromness in Orkney.She was abuilt in 1992 at 4,200grt by Nuovi Cantieri Apuania, at Marina di Carrara in Italy as the Renaissance Eight for Renaissance Cruises. She remained with the company until it filed for bankruptcy in the ... Read more...

Cruise News 05.06.09

Cruise News 05.06.09

05/06/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

Today sees the arrival of Prince Albert II, but not until late evening. She is due to arrive from Mousa and leave at midday tomorrow for Noss and then to Trondheim in Norway.Her cruise itinerary started at Hamburg on 1st June, then Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Aberdeen, Fair Isle, Mousa, Lerwick, Noss, ... Read more...

Cruise News 29.05.09

Cruise News 29.05.09

29/05/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

The Polar Star will make her second visit on Sunday. Built in 1969 at 4,998 tons as the Swedish icebreaker Njord, she was converted into an expedition cruise ship in 2000. She has a normal capacity of 92 with 30 crew. Her route for this visit is to be from Kirkwall to Bergen, before continuing to ... Read more...

Cruise News 22.05.09

Cruise News 22.05.09

22/05/2009, by in Fishing & Sea

Apologies to those who looked for Fram arriving at 6am last Saturday – it should have read 6pm.However, due to gale force eight south-easterly winds her landing at both Fair Isle and Mousa were abandoned and she arrived at the pilot station at 1.30pm, coming alongside at Victoria pier at 2pm. ... Read more...