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Commercial Yacht Asteria leaving Cork harbour
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No: 11185   Contributor: Keith Ryan   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: Ireland
Commercial Yacht Asteria leaving Cork harbour

Photo of the Asteria leaving Cork harbour, Ireland, taken 28/06/2009
Picture added on 01 July 2009 at 18:13
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She is anchored in ventry tonight serious ship.
What is she?

Added by Paddy Fenton on 02 July 2009.
See the vesseltracker web site, IMO 1007811 for owner and manager details.

Added by Peter Langsdale on 03 July 2009.
thanks peter, great website
What does commercial yaught mean? No sails she looks more like a mini cruise ship

Added by Paddy Fenton on 03 July 2009.
These are owned by companies who charter them out to very rich people who want secluded holidays with an element of travel included, and a crew to wait on them hand and foot. I used to live in Antibes, French Riviera, and got to know some of the captains and crews of this type of boat. A few even visit Gothenburg, although they mainly cruise in the Mediterranean and West Indies. There are plenty of examples on the YourBoats web site, privately and commercially owned.

Added by Peter Langsdale on 03 July 2009.
She was at Glengariff middle of last week , probably Tuesday, eye-catching !
A pleasant contrast to lots of sharp lines
Was there a gyrocopter/ mini helicopter on the platform on the rear?

Added by John Curran on 06 July 2009.
a small helicopter I think ,it flew around Dingle Bay and west towards the Blaskets before landing on the stern while at sea
nice rib with cabin also tied on

Added by Paddy Fenton on 06 July 2009.
As I look out of my bedroom window Asteria is still anchored just outside harbour limits at Tarbert, Loch Fyne. She arrived last evening 6th July. A covered launch took about six people ashore last night, presumably for dinner.

Added by Steve Bleasby on 07 July 2009.
saw this amazing ship today at troon harbour it had a small helicopter and a speed boat on the back.

Added by Connor Campbell on 08 July 2009.
Just moored outside outside our window in Kilchattan Bay on the Island of Bute 2000 hrs Monday 13 July. Impressive

Added by George Macdonald on 13 July 2009.
So you all see ships all the time? Where are the photos? We want to see them too!!!

Added by Marcel Gommers on 19 July 2009.
www.tugspotters.com/oud/tugbase/tugs/ASTERI.htm
This boat has lovely lines as a result of what she was, when tug's were built to look as if they could go to sea, paste the above link in the Addy bar and see her how she was.
Andrew.

Added by Andrew Wright on 06 March 2012.
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