Ships on the Mersey and high and low tides on Wednesday, September 11

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Noordvliet, a cargo vessel at Bromborough Dock. Picture by HowardLiverpool

 

Shipping movements on the Mersey today, include:

Yasa Pelican, a tanker carrying animal and vegetable oil from Papua New Guinea. Agent is Yorkshire Shipping.

Maple, a cargo vessel carrying steel from Turkey. Agent is NW Trading (Logistics).

Helen Bolten, a cargo vessel carrying sunflower oil from Argentina. Agent is Clarkson Port Services.

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

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

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

Liverpool to Isle of Man: Manannan will depart the Pier Head at 7.15pm.

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

Liverpool to Dublin: Seatruck vessels Clipper Point and Seatruck Power, Pace and Progress will sail from Brocklebank Dock at 3.30am, 9.30am, 6pm and 10pm.

Mersey Ferries: Click here for a full ferries timetable.

High tides: 10.39am (8.12m) and 10.49pm (8.55m)

Low tides: 5am (2.37m) and 5.16pm (2.43m)

Shipping information courtesy of Peel Ports

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