It looks like the whole of South Ipswich is on fire. I like the reflection.
Once Suntis has left, they can put it back in the lock. The boat that they use is not the quietest one around!
They had a major effort today to unload Suntis before high tide. At least that is what it looked like. Remember that since we have been here, Suntis has never come in on a Tuesday. We assume that they wanted it gone. Hence the two cranes. However, they missed the afternoon tide by about an hour. The next is at 3.30 on Wednesday morning. Will they go out through the lock backwards during darkness? Watch this space!
Three Fairlines arrived this evening and all lined up outside their facility. We walked down past there this morning on our way for an Isaac’s Egg and Bacon bap and commented that there were only two lined up. Unfortunately, they just wouldn’t line up for me – grin.
We always have HMS Trumpeter on our tracking software but she went missing earlier in the summer. All of a sudden, she came back onto the list a couple of days ago when she popped up at Portsmouth. I guess that she turned her transponder off whilst she did whatever she does for real, rather than training. Here she is going out today. She is currently going north past Cromer but doesn’t have a destination logged.