Sunday, January 9th. An oil tanker, the Eco-Yosemite-Park (183 m, the flag of the Marshall Islands), arrives at the commercial port of Brest from Klaipeda (Lithuania) to unload 36,000 tons of diesel.
Monday. Three ships are expected: the chemical tanker Besiktas-Iceland (123 m, Maltese flag) from Amsterdam (Netherlands) with 1,300 tons of methyl ester; Celtic-Pioneer freight (106 m, United Kingdom flag) from Drogheda (Ireland) to transport 2,000 tons of crushed wood to Sweden; Gas carrier Marion (997 m, Belgian flag) from Teesport (England) to unload 1,700 tons of liquefied propane.
Mardi. Arrival of the Artemis-Bulker Bulk Carrier (200 m, Marshall Islands) from Odessa (Ukraine) is scheduled to unload 16,500 tons of soybeans and seeds; Murray-Star Chemical Tanker (129 m, Maltese flag) from Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Wednesday. We are waiting for the Atlante, a 15 meter long French research ship from Concorno after repairs; Chemical tanker in Casablanca (Morocco) to load Oraluna oil; Thalassa (75 m, France), an oceanographic ship returning from a mission.
Today. The Kimberly-C cargo ship (106 m, Portuguese flag) returning from Bayonne (Pyrenees-Atlantic) will load 5,000 tons of scrap; The chemical tanker Kavanagh (115 m, Maltese pavilion) will arrive in Ghent (Belgium) to land 1,200 tonnes of Viprotal (a type of molasses).
Sunday, January 16th. The ship Indrakt (60 m, Dutch flag) will arrive from Las Palmas (Canary Islands) with passengers.
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