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The cable layer Global Sentinel. photo by John White

Port Watch: Week of Dec. 2

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An update on vessels arriving at the Port of New Hampshire

The overnight snowstorm will not prevent a busy week at the Port of New Hampshire, where several shipments are expected, including winter cargo like heating oil and road salt. Here are some details.


Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: Dec. 4
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: heating oil & diesel
Terminal: Irving, then Sprague River Road
Deadweight: 37,515 tons
Length x breadth: 183 x 27 meters
Year built: 2005


Type: cable layer
Arrival: in port, sailing Dec. 5
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: loading cable
Terminal: Subcom (Tyco)
Deadweight: 10,096 tons
Length x breadth: 140 x 21 meters
Year built: 2002


Type: cable layer
Arrival: TBD
Flag: United States
Cargo: loading cable
Terminal: Subcom (Tyco)
Deadweight: 8,527 tons
Length x breadth: 146 x 22 meters
Year built: 1991


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: Dec. 8
Flag: Liberia
Cargo: salt
Terminal: N.H. State Pier
Deadweight: 63,562 tons
Length x breadth: 200 x 32 meters
Year built: 2018

Information via Portsmouth Pilots and Note: Ship schedules are subject to change. To see other installments of Port Watch, click here.