Cruise Liner


Moored at Leith Western Harbour

June 2006

The cruise liner, Europa, at Leith Western Harbour

 Copyright:                                                               Photo taken from Ocean Terminal  June 28, 2006

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      The cruise liner, Europa, at Leith Western Harbour



Western Harbour

The ship here is berthed at the cruise liner terminal at the SE corner of Leith Western Harbour.  The edge of Chancelot Flour Mill can be seen on the left of the picture, and the coast of Fife on the north side of the Firth of Forth can be seen in the background.


Europa was built in Finland and launched in 1999. 

The ship has a top speed of 21 knots and is 198.1 m long and 24m wide, but carries only 408 passengers.  She made a 160-day round the world millennium voyage beginning November 1999.

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Royal Navy Archer Class Patrol & Training V essels moored beside Britannia at Leith Western Harbour