Comings and goings on Otago Harbour

Photo: Gregor Richardson
Photo: Gregor Richardson
Southern Discoveries' 34m tourism catamaran Pride of Milford (left) leaves upper Otago Harbour yesterday, after a refit costing more than $200,000.

Pride of Milford was bound for Milford Sound and is pictured passing the inbound fertiliser and log ship Alam Molek, which was being assisted alongside the Ravensbourne wharf by one of Port Otago's three tugs.

Alam Molek will next load logs at Dunedin's upper wharves at Leith St, then stop at Beach St in Port Chalmers for more logs, before departing for Asia, probably early next week. 

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