Port Watch: Week of Feb. 13

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An update on ships arriving at the Port of New Hampshire
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The onslaught of recent storms has thrown schedules askew at the Port of New Hampshire, and more snow is expected on Wednesday. But, if all goes according to plan, several ships are expected to drop anchor this week. Here are the tentative details.


Type: tug
Arrival: Feb. 15
Flag: United States
Cargo: unloading biodiesel, loading tallow
Terminal: Sprague
Length x breadth: 27 x 9 meters
Year built: 1999


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: Feb. 15
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: salt
Terminal: N.H. State Pier
Deadweight: 56,581 tons
Length x breadth: 190 x 32 meters
Year built: 2013


Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: Feb. 16
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 37,412 tons
Length x breadth: 184 x 27 meters
Year built: 2007


Type: tug
Arrival: Feb. 16
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil or diesel
Terminal: Spargue
Deadweight: 169 tons
Length x breadth: 38 x 24 meters
Year built: 1983


Type: general cargo
Arrival: Feb. 19
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: TBA
Terminal: N.H. State Pier
Deadweight: 29,912 tons
Length x breadth: 193 x 28 meters
Year built: 2003

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