Hundreds of passengers had to be transferred from a ferry which was blown back on to its berth by gale force winds.
The Irish Ferries Jonathan Swift vessel, a fast service across the Irish Sea, was preparing to set off from Holyhead to Dublin before midday when heavy gusts pushed it back against the dock.
Some 650 people on board were transferred to another service as a precaution. No passengers were injured in the collision.
A spokesman for Irish Ferries said the aluminium hull ferry was being inspected to assess damage to the body and replacement services will take passengers to Dublin during the day.
Irish Ferries cancelled three Swift services following the incident.
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Sailings are being delayed on Stena Line services between Holyhead and Dublin because of bad weather.
Passengers are asked to check the online Ferry Check or call 08705 755 755 before travelling to the Port.
A local group of protesters have been joined by specialist environmental lawyers to stop plans to build a £100m marina on Holyhead's coastline.
The Newry Beach Holyhead Waterfront Action group say the creation of apartments and leisure facilities will destroy the town's historic coastline.
The group with the help of the lawyers have applied to Anglesey County Council to have the area registered as a town or village green under section 15 of the Commons Act 2006.
Around 4,000 people have signed petitions in opposition to the plans.
Underwater Search teams looking for a missing diver in the sea off South Stack, Holyhead, have recovered a body.
The body was found in an area known as Abrahams Bosom by the search team with the assistance of the RNLI yesterday evening.
Formal identification is yet to take place however it is believed to be that of the missing diver who is a European national.
Efforts are being made to notify the man’s next of in via the foreign embassy.
The Coroner has been informed.
North Wales Police have thanked volunteers who assisted in the search.
Two missing divers who sparked an air and sea search this morning have been found safe and well, Holyhead Coastguard has told ITV News.
The Welsh Government has decided not to call in controversial plans for a leisure village and hundreds of new homes at Holyhead on Anglesey.
The scheme, by Land and Lakes, promises 600 jobs at Anglesey Aluminium Metals and was approved by Anglesey Council's planning commmittee last November.
The Welsh Government's Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Carl Sargeant said Anglesey should determine the application as it sees fit.
Anglesey Councillor Arwel Roberts, said: “These plans represent the largest ever application to be submitted to the Isle of Anglesey Council."
“I am pleased with the Minister’s decision that the proposals should be determined by the local authority and we are now in a position to take the next steps and continue discussions with the developer.”