Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Cheyenne arrived at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard on Tuesday, Nov. 23.
A dredger arrived over the weekend for upriver dredging in Portsmouth Harbor. Another ship is not expected until next weekend.
Two ships sailed out of the harbor over the weekend, and two more are expected to arrive in the days ahead.
A large bulk carrier arrived in port on Sunday with a load of gypsum. Other than that, it's shaping up to be a quiet week.
There are several ships in port and several more on the way this week. Here are the details. GREAT EASTERN Type: oil/chemical tanker Arrival: Oct....
It's shaping up to be a wet and busy week at the Port of New Hampshire. Here are the details.
It's getting on salt season at the Port of New Hampshire. One salt ship arrived Sunday, and another is expected later this week.
A cable ship arrived in port on Sunday, and a shipment of diesel is expected later this week. Here are the details.
A cable layer sails out of port on Tuesday, making way for two tankers later in the week.
A tug and barge came and went over the weekend, and a few more vessels are expected over the next week.
The Algoma Integrity arrived on Sunday, the Servette sails out of port on Tuesday, and the Durable is headed here on Wednesday.
A huge salt ship is expected in port on Thursday, ahead of a potentially busy weekend. Here are the details.
A salt ship leaves port Monday afternoon, but otherwise this week is "all quiet on the eastern front," in the words of tug pilot Chris Holt.
A couple of ships arrived in port over the weekend, and several more are expected over the course of the week.
Two tankers came and went over the weekend, but another shipment is not expected into port until Saturday. Here are the details.
A couple of tankers are expected in port mid-week. Here are the details.
The cable ship Zeus leaves port on Tuesday, and a couple of other shipments arrive the following day.
A gypsum ship sails out of port on Tuesday, and a cable ship comes into port on Wednesday. Here are the details.
Mid-summer is the quietest time of year at the Port of New Hampshire, and this week is no exception. But there is a gypsum ship expected mid-week.
A gypsum delivery arrives Monday afternoon, and more shipping activity is expected during the week.
Following the holiday weekend, a couple of ships will make their way into Portsmouth Harbor this week.
This time of year, things tend to get real quiet at the Port of New Hampshire. A massive gypsum ship arrived last week and is due to set sail on Tuesday.
After more than two years docked at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, the Virginia-class attack submarine USS California has returned to the fleet.
A tanker is due into port Monday night, and some other ships will follow during the week. Here are the details.
June is likely to be a relatively quiet month at the Port of New Hampshire, but there are a couple of shipments expected on Wednesday. Here are the details.