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Wellington Dock Sewage Outfall Vessels at Work

Photographs  Peter Challis 2013

Towards the end of August the number of vessels and specialist workboats involved in installing the Wellington Dock Sewage Outfall pipe increased significantly here we see the vessels at work on August 27/28 2013.
Holyhead Towing Company tug AFON ALAW at anchor. - note the three house flags Van Oord, Holyhead Towing Company and United Utilities flying from the vessel's mast.
ROOERDOMP, AFON ALAW, jackup platform RCP250 and backhoe dredger DINOPOTES. A Guardline wind turbine support vessel is seen passing
ROOERDOMP, AFON ALAW and jackup platform RCP250
Jack Up platform RCP 250
The flotilla
RCP 250 with the outfall pipe just visible
DINOPOTES - August 28, 2013
RCP 250 and DINOPOTES - August 28, 2013 above.
On August 30 hopper dredger JOHAN VAN VEEN operated by Van Oord delivered a manifold to be installed on the outfall pipe

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