Ships on the Mersey and high and low tides on Tuesday, July 14

Viking Sun, Liverpool2, Mersey
Viking Sun berthed at Liverpool Cruise Terminal. Picture by Tony McDonough

 

Shipping movements on the Mersey today, include:

Southern Owl, a tanker carrying molasses from Guatemala. Agent is Graypen.

Ohlau, a cargo vessel carrying rapeseed from Spain. Agent is Clarkson Port Services.

Bunun Infinity, a bulk carrier carrying soya from Argentina. Agent is Clarkson Port Services.

Navig8 Guard, a tanker carrying animal and vegetable oils from Papua New Guinea. Agent is Yorkshire Shipping.

Norbank, a roll-on, roll-off vessel coming from and returning to Dublin operated by P&O European Ferries (Irish Sea).

Norbay, a roll-on, roll-off vessel coming from and returning to Dublin operated by P&O European Ferries (Irish Sea).

Miseda, a roll-on, roll-off vessel coming from and returning to Dublin operated by P&O European Ferries (Irish Sea).

Birkenhead to Belfast: Stena Mersey will depart the Twelve Quays terminal at 10.30am. Stena Edda will depart at 10.30pm.

Liverpool to Dublin: Seatruck vessels Panorama, Power and Progress will sail from Brocklebank Dock at 3.30am, 9.30am and 10pm.

Liverpool to Isle of Man: All services suspended due to coronavirus.

Mersey FerriesClick here for a full ferries timetable.

High tides: 6.19am (7.48m) and 6.55pm (7.14m)

Low tides: 12.22am (3.34m) and 12.59pm (3.07m)

Shipping information courtesy of Peel Ports

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