Port Watching

IMG_2581 IMG_2585 IMG_2587 IMG_2589 IMG_2601More car carrier ships arrive than cruise ships. Can’t imagine who is buying all these vehicles.

IMG_2459These big container ships unloaded SUV and cars.IMG_2456This is the Ecuador Navy’s one active submarine. It was docked off the port for a few days.

IMG_2423 IMG_2420Lake Geneva also docked and unloaded trucks, SUVs and cars.

IMG_2406IMG_2542Several cruise ships also docked this past few weeks.IMG_2522Good thing we brought the binoculars!

2 thoughts on “Port Watching

    • Hi Ron, we are renting a condo on Manta Beach for a few months. These shots were taken from our balcony. The Port of Manta is at the end of our beach. Some pretty big ships both cruise and car carriers stop at this port. Late yesterday afternoon a big car carrier came in, unloaded the cars and was gone in a matter of a few hours. Woke up this morning at 6am and it was long gone. Nancy

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