First new ship I saw was the Crude Oil Tanker Stena Posidon (IMO 9334698, GT 42810, 2006) which was moored at Tranmere. It was then quiet until mid-day and high tide when the tanker Sichem Hong Kong ( IMO 9397054, GT 8537, 2007) passed me heading up river to Eastham.
Almost opposite where I was working there was a small sailing vessel holding station mid-channel which AIS identified as the Leader, an ex-Brixham Trawler built in 1892 by A.W.Gibbs at Galmpton. She worked in UK waters until 1910 when she was sold to Swedish owners where she operated into the 1970's, she is now a sail training vessel.
At lunch I went for a walk and another but much larger sail training vessel in the form of the Norwegian registered Christian Radich (IMO 5071729, GT 676, 1937) was moored at Pier head. Unfortunately she was directly behind the cruise liner terminal so the view of her was limited, she is a large sailing vessel and it was good to see her in Liverpool. I also saw a RIB full of Royal Marines speeding down the river before grabbing a drink in the Albert Dock and heading back to work.
Heading home I passed the newly arrived Bulk Carrier Maribella (IMO 9316672, GT 39736, 2004) berthed opposite the Seaforth container terminal.