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West India Dock Visitors Review 2013

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One of our more unusual visitors, the futuristic  Turanor Planet Solar

We have been fortunate this year to have had a wide range of visitors to the West India Docks.

Let me remind you of some of our most notable visitors.


MS Stubnitz –  a East German made ex fishing vessel


HMS Lancaster – Royal Navy


HMCS Iroquois – Canadian Navy

The Gorch Fock – tall ship belonging to the German Navy



L’ Aigle –  Eridan Class Mine Warfare Vessel of the French Navy.


HMS Richmond – Royal Navy

STS Tenacious –  a wooden sail training ship

F.S. Cormoran  is a Flamant class patrol vessel in the French Navy

MV Arctic Sunrise an Icebreaker ship operated by Greenpeace


Currently held by the Russian Government for Trespass and Piracy

French Training Ships

A748 Léopard,  A749 Panthère,  A750 Jaguar , A751 Lynx , A752 Guépard , A753 , Chacal A754 , Tigre,  A755 Lion.



Montigne – Super Schooner


Turanor Planet Solar – Solar panel powered

Stad Amsterdam – Tall ship

Big Eagle – Super Yacht

Amerigo Vespucci – Italian Navy Tall Ship



Light Holic – Super Yacht

Stavros S Niarchos – British brig-rigged tall ship

HMS Northumberland F239 – Royal Navy


Odessa II – Super Yacht

Sea Owl – Super Yacht


FS Eridan  (M641) – French Navy Minesweeper

HMS Tyne (P281) – Royal Navy


Massey Shaw – Historical Fireboat


Other Highlights

City of Adelaide at Greenwich

Great River Race

Clipper around the World Race.

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