Business is still strong in the commercial port city of Brest. The Dutch cargo ship Alicia (88m) from Wicklow (Ireland) made two arrivals on Saturday, January 22 to load 2,000 tons of recalled fuel to Copenhagen (Denmark) and the Danish chemical tanker Orasund (106m). 1,740 tons of vegetable oil methyl comes from Lorient to unload Easter. This Sunday, January 23rd, Gas-Spirit (100m), a Marshalls gas company from Dublin (Ireland), announced the unloading of 1,400 tons of liquefied propane.
Eleven arrivals announced
On Tuesday, January 25, the Dutch cargo ship Mila (89 m) from Coca-Cola (Finland) is expected to carry 1,300 tons of crude natural phosphate; The Liberian cargo ship Helianthus (160 m) from Montaure to transport 2,000 tons of crushed wood from Sonderthalje (Sweden) from Honflour to Le Havre and the Dutch cargo ship Warbor (94 m).
On Wednesday, January 26, the research ship L’Atalante (85 m) will return after completing a mission at sea. The Dutch cargo ship Deo-Volente (104 m) is expected to land pleasure boats from Nice.
On Friday, January 28, two ships are in the program: the Liberian bulk carrier Lita (148 m), the cargo ship Louis (128 m), registered in Nicolaev (Ukraine), 13,000 tons of sunflower cake, Antigua and Barbuda. De Montoir loading metal structures on ferrol (Spain).
On the Salamanca scale
On Sunday, January 30, the Helianthus, Le Havre, and the Cypriot cargo ship Hannah (134 m), still on the Monterey, announced again that they would be loading containers from the Monterey, and on the Isle cable ship Le Hawreau to load the containers. The Ocean (87 m) returning from a mission at sea to unload 150 tons of telecommunication cables, and finally the Salamanca ferry (215 m) from the Britanni ferries, at a stopover.
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