At lunch I walked a circuit that took in a stretch of the river and the Albert Dock, this also coincided with high tide and I saw a couple of vessels heading upstream.
It was cold and misty but the threatening rain thankfully held off until I had just got back to the office.
The above picture shows Cammel Laird facility on the Mersey, the tanker in the picture being repaired/worked on is Nariva (IMO 9172715, GT 20573, 1998).
The picture below taken from my phone is of the General Cargo Ship Icelandia Hav (IMO 8128884, GT 499, 1982) which passed me near Princes Dock.
Seven new vessels were added to my list in the form of :-
AOM Georgina (IMO 9622552, GT 43022 2014)
STI Mayfair (IMO 9686730, GT 29735 2014)
Crude Oil Tanker
Rose (IMO 9521435, GT 56320, 2012)
General Cargo Ship / Cargo Barge
RMS Bremen (IMO 9617301, GT 2589 2012)
Icelandia Hav (IMO 8128884, GT 499, 1982)
Cargo Barge - Terra Marique (IMO 9281384, GT 2786, 2004)
Baloe (IMO 9382463, GT 126, 2006)
At the time of writing AOM Georgina is still in port but Rose has left heading I believe for Portland, RMS Bremen left shortly after I saw her bound for Figueira Da Faz as did Icelandia Hav which left for Ayr. STI Mayfair has also since left and the last time I checked was heading to Rotterdam.