The CSL Tacoma arrived over the weekend and sails on Tuesday morning, setting the stage for a flurry of activity in Portsmouth Harbor.
The tug Coho and barge Penn 92 arrived Sunday and sailed Monday morning. A few other vessels are expected over the course of the week. Here are the details.
After a quiet Labor Day Weekend, an asphalt tanker arrived in port Tuesday morning. More asphalt is expected later in the week. Here are the details.
A busy Monday leads to an active first half of the week in Portsmouth Harbor. The cable ship Decisive sails this afternoon and makes way for new vessels.
This week starts out with a flurry of activity in Portsmouth Harbor, which slows to a standstill after Tuesday. Here are the details.
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle set sail Monday morning after its weekend stay. But a couple of cargo ships are due in port over the course of the week.
The big excitement at the Port of New Hampshire this week is the Sail Portsmouth festival, but there are also some cargo vessels on the way.
The week began with a flurry of activity Monday morning in Portsmouth Harbor, and several more ships are coming and going over the next few...
The Palanca Rio is due to set sail from Portsmouth Harbor tonight, but several other ships are expected to arrive over the course of the week.
A shipment of asphalt is expected in port on Tuesday, to be followed by a shipment of diesel on Friday. Here are the details.
It’s shaping up to be an exceptionally quiet week at the Port of New Hampshire, but one big bulk carrier arrived Monday morning. Here are the details.
The tanker Selasse and the bulk carrier Madison Eagle both are due into the Port of New Hampshire later this week. Here are the details.
The BBC Kwiatkowski left Portsmouth Harbor this morning, but the Global Sentinel is still in port and another tanker is expected later this week.
As summer approaches, marine traffic slows down at the Port of New Hampshire. Just one ship to report on this week; here are the details.
The Virgo Colossus, BBC Kwiatkowski, and Great Eastern are all in port now, and the Global Sentinel is expected tomorrow. Here are the details.
Barring any unexpected arrivals, the port will be pretty quiet until Saturday, when a coal ship pulls up to the Schiller dock. Here are the details.
Some vessels came and went from the Port of New Hampshire over the weekend, and more are on the way. Find out more in Port Watch.
A flurry of activity on Sunday and Monday paves the way for a quiet week at the Port of New Hampshire. Find out who's come and gone in Port Watch.
Another light spring week in Portsmouth Harbor is highlighted by the departure of a cable ship and the arrival of a gypsum ship. Here are the details.
After another busy winter, things tend to quiet down this time of year in Portsmouth Harbor. But a couple of tugs and barges are expected early this week.
A cable ship arrived in Portsmouth Harbor Monday morning and another is expected in the afternoon. At least one other vessel will follow later in the week.
Two tug-and-barge units arrived at the Port of New Hampshire Friday with heating oil and set sail on Saturday. More vessels are due in the week ahead.
Two tug-and-barge units arrived in Portsmouth Harbor over the weekend, and several other vessels are expected over the next few days.
Several vessels arrived in Portsmouth Harbor over the weekend, two of which are setting sail on Monday night. But more are on the way. Here are the details.
After the first quiet weekend in a good three months, the Port of New Hampshire is getting ready for an exceptionally busy week.