What ships are expected in the commercial port of Brest this week? – Brest – commercial port

What ships are expected in the commercial port of Brest this week?  - Brest - commercial port


The Maltese bulk carrier Sina (181m length), arrived this Wednesday from Constanta (Romania) to the commercial port of Brest and continued to unload 32,000 tonnes of rapeseed cargo.

On Friday 2 September, two men arrived from New Ross (Republic of Ireland) to load 2,300 tonnes of scrap metal for the cargo ship Arleccino (flagged Antigua and Barbuda, 82m long) Mordigy (Country-Bass). Maltese chemical tanker Pheno-Swan (100m length) off Bordeaux-Bassance (Gironde) offloading 705 tonnes of vegetable oil methyl ester.

This Saturday, September 3, it is the 75-meter-long Côtes-de-Bretagne French hourglass that arrived from Saint-Malo (35) with 1,400 tons of sea sand.

This Sunday, September 4th, the Spanish-flagged, 90-meter freighter Muros will leave Aviles (Spain) for Leyzois (Portugal) loaded with 4,750 tons of scrap metal. Cypriot Hanna (134 m length), from Montoire (Loire-Atlantique) to load containers destined for Le Havre (Seine-Maritime); and the cable vessel CS-Sovereign returning from a mission to unload 10 tons of telecommunications cable.

The two trawlers Northern-Eagle (American flag, 104 m length) and Tigers-II (British flag, 25 m length) anchored at Roadstead this Sunday will arrive this Monday, September 5 and unload their catch.

This Tuesday, September 6, will be the Cypriot tanker Apatith (168 meters long) from Amsterdam (Netherlands) with 12,000 tons of gasoline, and the cargo ship Ekno (under the flag of Antigua and Barbuda, 90 meters long) from La Palais. Gironde) to Södertalje (Sweden) to load 2,000 tonnes of chipped wood.

No ship movements have yet been announced for the rest of the week.

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