This gallery shows images of cruise ships that have visited the Bailiwick of Guernsey in the English Channel. Guernsey is a part of the Channel Islands, Great Britain. Most of the cruise ships anchor in the Little Russell, which is the passage between Guernsey and the small islands of Herm and Jethou. Many of the images have been taken from the St. Peter Port harbour wall. Other images have been taken from nearby rocky shores or from boats passing the cruise ships. The images are displayed in chronological order starting with the image of the Song of Flower in June 1995 and the Canberra on her last journey in 1997.
This image gallery is a part of my Guernsey marine life image collection. Besides photographing marine invertebrates and fishes I have a collection of images of human activity in the Guernsey marine environment. My images of Guernsey marine species can be viewed at http://www.sealordphotography.net/Nature/234141