Falmouth Shipping Intelligence (August 12 - August 18)

Grande Atlantico left dry dock and sailed for Hamburg

Grande Atlantico left dry dock and sailed for Hamburg

First published in Cornwall News

A summary of the ships in port at Falmouth over the past week:

Tuesday 12th August:

Italian cruise ship Aidacara (38,557/96) arrived from Liverpool to County Wharf for a cruise call and sailed for Le Havre.
Marshall Islands bulker Star Minerva (30,360/08) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Torbay. 
Danish tanker Hafnia Lupus (30,241/12) arrived from the River Seine for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.
Panamanian bulker Navios Sagittarius (38,849/06) arrived from Port Talbot for bunkers in to Falmouth Bay.

Wednesday 13th August:

Hafnia Lupus (30,241/12) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Rhode Island, USA.
Navios Sagittarius (38,849/06) sailed from Falmouth Bay to sea.
Irish general cargo vessel Arklow Mill (9,758/10) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Shannon River, Ireland.

Thursday 14th August:

Liberian tanker Transsib Bridge (27,725/08) sailed from Falmouth Bay to Falmouth Bay OPL.
Panamanian tanker High Force (31,433/09) Ghana, West Africa to Falmouth Bay (Bunkers)
Panamanian bulker Ocean Splendor (31,756/13) arrived from Savannah, Georgia, USA for bunkers in Falmouth Bay.  

Friday 15th August:

Ocean Splendor (31,756/13) sailed from Falmouth Bay for the Tyne.
Liberian bunkering tanker Paxoi (4,580/09) arrived from Portland to Falmouth Bay to conduct bunkering ops and sailed for Portland.
British ro ro Grande Atlantico (56,642/99) sailed from No. 2 dry-dock for Hamburg, Germany.
Panamanian tanker High Force (31,433/09) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Antwerp.
Phillipines general cargo vessel Thorco Lineage (13,110/14) arrived from the Baie Comeau, St Lawrence Seaway, Canada for bunkers in  Falmouth Bay.
Cypriot tanker Baltic Sea I (23,236/03) arrived from Whitegate oil terminal Southern Ireland for bunkers in  Falmouth Bay.

Saturday 16th August: 

Baltic Sea I (23,236/03) sailed from Falmouth Bay for Immingham.
Hong Kong bulker Federal Hunter (20,659/01) arrived from Kristiansand, southern Norway for bunkers in Falmouth Bay and sailed for Newport, south Wales.
HMS Severn P282 (1,700/03) sailed from Queen’s Wharf to sea.

Sunday 17th August: 

Italian bulker Primrose (40,562/01) arrived from Belfast for bunkers in Falmouth Bay and sailed for Coverack anchorage.
Curacao semi-submersible heavy lift vessel Black Marlin (37,938/99) arrived from Shanghai, China for bunkers in  Falmouth Bay and sailed for Invergordon, Scotland.           

Monday 18th August:

Bahamian vessel Windsor Castle (1,268/64) moved from No. 4 dry-dock to Queen’s Wharf and sailed for Leith in tow of tug MTS Vanguard.
RFA Argus A135 (26,421/81) sailed from Duchy wharf to sea to conduct military operations.
St Vincent tug MTS Vanguard (327/14) arrived from Rotterdam to Queen’s Wharf.
Maltese cruise ship Thomson Spirit (33,930/83) arrived from Newcastle to County Wharf for a cruise call and sailed for Waterford.
Dutch general cargo vessel Lisa (5,629/06) arrived from Belem, Amazon River for bunkers in  Falmouth Bay and sailed for  Karskar, Gulf of Bothnia, Sweden.
Bahamian passenger ferry Commodore Clipper (14,000/99) moved from No. 3 dry-dock to Duchy Wharf.
Isle of Man general cargo vessel Silver River (277/68) sailed from the Northern Arm for the Isle of Man.
Swiss tanker San Pietro (5,422/12) arrived from Rotterdam to Eastern Arm to discharge petroleum product.

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