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  1. Portsmouth have installed a Thermal Imaging Scanner. - https://www.portsmouth-port.co.uk/news/port-prepares-for-passengers-with-temperature-screening-technology
  2. The Destination Honfleur website was 'Temporarily Unpublished' about 4 weeks ago.
  3. It's done at the ferry port in Portsmouth, not sure about other ports.
  4. Exactly, there are no technical issues that I have heard about. I normally hear pretty quickly.
  5. There is nothing wrong with Victoria of Wight.
  6. TonyMWeaver

    Winter timetable

    I can't say I have ever had a problem, I've always received notifications.
  7. Ocean Diamond has moored on there too, and other expedition ships did while the work on berth 2 was ongoing.
  8. TonyMWeaver

    Winter timetable

    Quote from Christophe Mathieu: "Many of you have been asking about sailings for next year - which is great! We’ve been planning on a mid-July launch all year, but we have to finalise our fleet plan for 2021 (inevitably there have been some delays following lockdowns). We won’t share next year’s schedules until we’re confident in them, but please sign up to our mailing list if you want to be among the first to learn when we go live."
  9. 'Bretagne' currently scheduled to depart Le Havre on Thursday at 22:00 bound for St Malo, but will switch berths at 16:00 on Wednesday.
  10. It was always going to be 'Cap Finistere', the only other regular on berth 2 was 'Baie de Seine'.
  11. Portsmouth News used 2 of my piccies, happy with that. Portsmouth welcomes biggest ship ever into city's harbour after huge upgrade to port https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/business/portsmouth-welcomes-biggest-ship-ever-citys-harbour-after-huge-upgrade-port-2910130?fbclid=IwAR1lftvf7kqKCmqJulpcPlQCDgoQUC4NuuLUA5ffqVsvRLx-Vt8Eca6hNZI
  12. Agreed but even the pilot responsible for the ship said it was the largest by tonnage, hence my caption.
  13. Royal Caribbean 'Majesty of the Seas' maiden arrival into Portsmouth International Port and the first vessel to use the newly extended Berth 2. Escorted in by tugs 'Marksman' & 'Scotsman' of SMS Towage Limited At 73,941 Gross Tons, the 268 metre 'Majesty of the Seas' is the largest ship to come into Portsmouth Harbour.
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