A propane ship sails on Monday but will be replaced Tuesday. And a salt ship sails at the end of the week to be replaced by a chemical tanker.
The week begins with the arrival of two very large ships on Monday, with more cargo expected toward the end of the week. Here are...
The customary winter cargo of salt and heating oil is headed for Portsmouth Harbor this week. Here are the details.
One ship sails from Portsmouth Harbor on Monday and another arrives in the afternoon. Here's the latest on shipping activity coming up this week.
Weather permitting, two shipments are slated to arrive in Portsmouth Harbor on Tuesday, with a third tentatively scheduled for after the New Year.
The holiday week should be a relatively quiet one at the Port of New Hampshire. Here's what's coming and going over the next few days.
One ship is sailing tomorrow, at least two other vessels arrive later in the week. Here's the latest news from the port.
The week begins with a couple of busy (and rainy) days at the Port of New Hampshire. Here are the details.
The overnight snowstorm will not prevent a busy week at the Port of New Hampshire, where several shipments are expected. Here are some details.
Three tankers are expected over three days beginning Tuesday morning in Portsmouth Harbor. Here are the details.
It's shaping up to be a cold but busy week in Portsmouth Harbor, starting with the arrival of a cable ship on Tuesday morning. Here's what we know so far.
A big bulk carrier arrived Sunday with a shipment of salt, kicking off a fairly busy week at the Port of New Hampshire. Here are the details.
A tug and barge arrive tonight, but after that all’s quiet this week at the Port of New Hampshire. Here are the details.
Ships are coming and going from Portsmouth Harbor over the next two days, while activity slows later in the week. Here are the details.
The bulk carrier Gladiator is inbound on Tuesday afternoon, and at least one other vessel is expected in port later this week. Here are the details.
Shipping activity at the Port of New Hampshire should be picking up as winter approaches. For now, there are a couple of ships expected this week.
The tugs will be assisting a construction barge today as it shifts from Great Bay to the state pier. A couple of shipments are expected...
The first week of fall is shaping up to be a quiet one at the Port of New Hampshire, but a couple of sizable tankers will make quick visits.
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.