Shipping Intelligence (Jan 7- Jan 13)

Falmouth Packet: Shipping Intelligence (Jan 7- Jan 13) Shipping Intelligence (Jan 7- Jan 13)

Tuesday, 7th January Libyan tanker Maetiga (29,304/09) Nigeria for bunkers in Falmouth Bay and sailed for Pembroke.

Norwegian bulker Berge Atlantic (91,962/08) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Quebec, Canada.

Wednesday, 8th January Antiguan general cargo vessel Haren (7,878/10) arrived from Mauritania, West Africa for bunkers in the Carrick Roads and sailed for Antwerp.

Panamanian Miraero Brave (44,096/12) arrived from Port Talbot for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Curacao general cargo vessel Eurostar (2,735/95) sailed from County Wharf for Antwerp.

Thursday, 9th January Antiguan general cargo vessel Gertrud G (4,255/10) arrived from Rotterdam to County Wharf and sailed for Derry, Northern Ireland.

Dutch tanker Crownbreeze (2,548/99) arrived from Cork, Ireland for bunkers in the inner harbour, and sailed for Varberg, Sweden Cypriot bulker Trave (40,606/01) arrived from Alabama, USA for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Miraero Brave (44,096/12) sailed from Falmouth Bay for the St Lawrence Seaway, Canada.

Friday, 10th January Trave (40,606/01) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Teesport French ro-ro Ciudad de Cadiz (15,643/09) arrived from St Nazaire for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Italian tanker Nisida (29,840/12) arrived from Lome, Togo, West Africa for bunkers in Falmouth Bay and sailed for Milford Haven.

Singaporean reefer Star Standard (14,030/09) sailed from No. 3 dry-dock for Chile.

Cayman Islands tanker N. Mars (42,542/04) Lome, Togo, West Africa for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Nisida (29,840/12) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Milford Haven

Saturday, 11th January Ciudad de Cadiz (15,643/09) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Mostyn, North Wales.

RFA Lyme Bay L3007 (23,569/07) sailed from Queen’s Wharf for Naval operations.

N. Mars (42,542/04) Falmouth Bay for Mongstad, Norway.

HMS Tyne P281 (1,700/02) arrived from fishery patrol duties to Queen’s wharf .

Dutch chemical tanker Thun Goliath ( 4,745/04) arrived from Brunsbuttel, Kiel Canal, to Eastern Arm to discharge cargo.

Sunday, 12th January Hong Kong general cargo vessel Huanghai Developer (20,682/13) arrived from Brazil for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Maltese tanker YM Mercury (4,242/10) arrived from St Nazaire for bunkers in the Carrick Roads and sailed for Rotterdam.

Thun Goliath (4,745/04) sailed from the Eastern Arm to Falmouth Bay.

Monday, 13th January Hong Kong bulker Mineral Honshu (92,727/12) arrived from Clydeside, Scotland for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.

Bahamian fast ferry Condor Express (5,005/96) arrived from Weymouth into No. 3 dry-dock.

Comments (1)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

6:54pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

I find it interesting knowing from where they all originate, and where they are all going, also the cruise ships when information is given. I love being at sea but can only use ferries as I can travel free on them.
I find it interesting knowing from where they all originate, and where they are all going, also the cruise ships when information is given. I love being at sea but can only use ferries as I can travel free on them. Gillian Zella Martin 09

Comments are closed on this article.

click2find

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree