Algoma Vision
The massive bulk carrier Algoma Vision is due into port on Saturday.

Port Watch: Week of Jan. 15

News, Outdoor, Port Watch
An update on ships arriving at the Port of New Hampshire

It’s a sure sign of deep winter when the port’s terminals start filling up with ships bringing salt and heating oil. The salt ship Genco Progress just left the harbor and was quickly replaced this morning by the RTC 83, bringing heating oil. Several other ships are expected later this week. Learn more below.

RTC 83

Type: barge
Arrival: Jan. 15
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Sprague
Deadweight: 11,692 tons

DBL 104

Type: tank barge
Arrival: Jan. 16
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 14,215 tons
Length x breadth: 122 x 23 meters
Year built: 2007


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: Jan. 17
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: coal
Terminal: Schiller Station
Deadweight: 57,775 tons
Length x breadth: 190 x 32 meters
Year built: 2010


Type: self discharging bulk carrier
Arrival: Jan. 20
Flag: United States
Cargo: salt
Terminal: Sprague
Deadweight: 71,348 tons
Length x breadth: 229 x 32 meters
Year built: 2013


Type: LPG tanker
Arrival: Jan. 20
Flag: Greece
Cargo: propane
Terminal: Sea-3
Deadweight: 19,621 tons
Length x breadth: 156 x 25 meters
Year built: 2003

Information via Portsmouth Pilots and Note: Ship schedules are subject to change.