Wednesday, 3 October 2007

ENDEAVOR in Great Harbour

This afternoon the container ship ENDEAVOR was noted slightly further up the river than normal. The reason soon became apparent, as she gently moved astern into the Great Harbour, assisted by Munro's tug BRUISER.

As ENDEAVOR was manoeuvered alongside the Inchgreen Repair Quay, the salvage ship SALMOOR approached the Great Harbour after having spent the day at the Tail o' the Bank.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why?

THE CLYDESIGHTER . . . said...

She's there for repairs - not sure at the moment whether mechanical or structural.

Anonymous said...

Have you found out whats happened to her yet? jeo.

THE CLYDESIGHTER . . . said...

Engine repairs, and she left the Great Harbour again this morning (Sunday), and berthed at Ocean Terminal to resume service.