The magic of Disney brought crowds flocking to the River Tyne when a giant cruise liner returned.
The Disney Magic berthed at Northumbria Quay at the Port of Tyne yesterday for the second time in less than a fortnight.
The huge ship, which carries 2,700 passengers, brought river-watchers out in their droves - many of them with cameras in hand.
Among them was Derek Hinds, a member of the Teesside branch of the World Ship Society and the editor of its quarterly journal/newsletter Tees Packet.
He points out that the 294m-long vessel arrived this time from Dover on a Norwegian Fjord and Iceland cruise, with Kirkwall her next port of call.
Thanks for putting the record straight Derek - and thanks for the pictures.
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