2019 will be a busy year for the commercial vessels, utilising our jetty facilities for remobilisation activity. During the last 12 months 18 commercial vessels have berthed at our jetty, including the off-shore tug supply ship Sea Titus. This is in addition to a record number of cruise ships visiting our jetty.
In October 2016 works on our Holyhead site commenced with the demolition and clearing of a large proportion of the previous industrial aluminium smelting complex. Where possible, we sought to retain existing buildings which could be repurposed as part of the Orthios plans for an Energy Centre and Eco Park.
The demolition works were completed in the late Autumn of 2018.
Orthios has elected to retain the 121 meter tall chimney on site for the time being.
In October 2016 works on our Holyhead site commenced with the demolition and clearing of a larger proportion of our Holyhead sites old industrial complex. Where possible, we sought to retain any existing buildings which could be refurbished and reutilised as part of our plans for an Energy Centre and Eco Park.
This morning we welcomed passengers on board the luxury cruise ship Nautica to our Holyhead jetty. 2017 has been a busy year for Orthios in what has been a record year for the number of cruise ships sailing into Holyhead.
A record number of cruise ships – including the most luxurious liner ever built – will sail into Holyhead this year.