The new port of Waterford situated at Belview which  is four miles downstream of Waterford andnear the meeting of the Barrow and the Suir rivers.  The port caters mostly for containers and bulk cargoes which includes Bannanas from South /  Central America on a weekly basis .Cement , Grains and Timber for Louisana Pacific.

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Belview Port looking downstream  from O'Briens Jetty

Above is the Auckland Star .Owned by Ffyfes she and her two  sisters make a weekly visit to Belview with circa 700tonnes of banannas from the  Americas for the Irish market before continuing on to Portsmouth and Holland  with the rest of her cargo.

Due to the size of the Ffyfes ships each week two local tugs the  twin screw " Portlarige II " and the Voith Schneider tug " Ingelby Cross "  (above) must assist the ship in swinging and berthing alongside at the lower end  of Belview bulk terminal.

Here can be seen the twin screw tug " Portlarige II " assisting  the bananna boat " English Star " to her berth at Belview bulk  terminal.

The " Atlantic Charm " unloading cement at the "Bright Star"  Belview.

The two Morris gantrys being assembled at Belview in  1993

One of the 2 Morris gantrys being Dismantle after a storm in  1996

One of the 2 Morris gantrys being Dismantle after a storm in  1996

The Crystal Privelage whom delivered banannas to Belview before  the Ffyfes " Star " boats

The Star Troidanger leaving Belview assisted by the tug  Portlarige 2

Belview Bulk Teminal looking upstream from Glasshouse