alice oldendorff
The bulk carrier Alice Oldendorff. photo by John White

Port Watch: Week of March 11

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

After the first quiet weekend in a good three months, according to tug pilot Chris Holt, the Port of New Hampshire is getting ready for an exceptionally busy week. It begins Monday morning, as the HOS Renaissance arrives and the CS Recorder departs.

HOS RENAISSANCE

Type: offshore supply ship
Arrival: March 11
Flag: United States
Cargo: cable
Terminal: Tyco
Deadweight: 5,494 tons
Length x breadth: 89 x 20 meters
Year built: 2013

RUTH M.REINAUER (with RTC 102)

Type: tug (and barge)
Arrival: March 12
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Sprague River Road
Deadweight: 1 ton
Length x breadth: 36 x 10 meters
Year built: 2009

LINCOLN SEA (and DBL 140)

Type: tug (and barge)
Arrival: March 13
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 749 tons
Length x breadth: 38 x 12 meters
Year built: 2000

DENALI (and DBL 108)

Type: tug (and barge)
Arrival: TBD, around March 13-14
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 278 ton
Length x breadth: 39 x 11 meters
Year built: 2010

ALICE OLDENDORFF

Type: self discharging bulk carrier
Arrival: TBD, around March 14-15
Flag: Portugal
Cargo: salt
Terminal: Sprague Avery Lane
Deadweight: 48,000 tons
Length x breadth: 190 x 32 meters
Year built: 2000

CHEM HOUSTON

Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: March 15
Flag: Liberia
Cargo: loading tallow
Terminal: Sprague River Road
Deadweight: 19,997 tons
Length x breadth: 145 x 24 meters
Year built: 2014

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