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Denis Murphy Departs Cork Dockyard

Photographs  John H. Luxton 2005

Port of Cork's new 1.6m Damen MultiCat DENIS MURPHY. The vessel which has a speed of 9 knots was named after the late chairman of the  port company by his widow in February 2005

DENIS MURPHY is seen departing from Cork Dockyard, Rushbrooke on October 25, 2005. Just visible in the back ground of the first three photographs is the cargo vessel SEEBRIZE now renamed LADY HESAN which grounded at Kinsale during a storm on October 28, 2004.

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