• MV Aristote doing a 180 degree turn - Newhaven - 29.9.2012

    It is more of a three-point turn, with the bow going up the channel to the left, where the red markers are. The river is a bit wider beyond the quays, as they are built out from the banks. The channel mouth is at the upstream end of a loop that goes aroun…

  • MV Aristote at Newhaven Swing Bridge 29 9 2012


  • MV Aristote through Newhaven Swing Bridge 29 9 2012



  • MV Blue Stream Newhaven 30 8 2012


  • MV Cap Fomentor Newhaven 7 5 2013


  • MV Helen Newhaven 22 4 2013



  • MV Jerome H Newhaven 8 11 2012


  • MV Seven Sisters Dieppe 25 9 10


  • MV Seven Sisters leaving Newhaven 11 5 2012

    Seven Sisters, named after a series of cliffs on the Sussex coast, manoeuvring stern-first out of Newhaven Harbour. Generally she and her sister ship, Cote d'Albatre, load through the bow here and the stern in Dieppe.


  • MV Seven Sisters leaving Newhaven - 13.5.2011

    Seven Sisters dimensions are Length x Breadth: 142.45m x 24.2m - Gross Tonnage: 18425

  • MV Hertfordshire approaching Newhaven Swing Bridge - 15.3.2014

    As a man standing waiting to cross the river said, "Why would they name a ship after a land-locked English county?"

  • MV Seven Sisters leaving Newhaven 13 12 2011 closer



  • MV Seven Sisters leaving Newhaven 13 12 2011 into storm


  • MV Seven Sisters Newhaven 13 12 2011 heading out


  • MV Seven Sisters Newhaven 22 4 10



  • MV Seven Sisters Newhaven 31 8 2012 reversing out


  • MV Sospan Dau Newhaven 15 10 2011


  • MV Sospan Dau - Newhaven Harbour entrance - 26.3.2103



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