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The tanker New England. photo by John White

Port Watch: Week of March 30

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

Our working port is one of the few places in Portsmouth (or anywhere, for that matter) where it’s business as usual. Here’s what’s going on this week.


Type: asphalt/bitumen tanker
Arrival: March 29, sails March 30
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: asphalt
Terminal: Sprague Avery Lane
Deadweight: 14,911 tons
Length x breadth: 133 x 23 meters
Year built: 2016

COHO (and Penn 92)

Type: tug (and barge)
Arrival: March 30
Flag: United States
Cargo: asphalt
Terminal: Sprague Avery Lane
Deadweight: 428 tons
Length x breadth: 35 x 11 meters
Year built: 2008


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: in port, sails March 31
Flag: Singapore
Cargo: salt
Terminal: Granite State Minerals
Deadweight: 39,880 tons
Length x breadth: 180 x 30 meters
Year built: 2014


Type: supply vessel
Arrival: March 31
Flag: Faroe Islands
Cargo: cable
Terminal: Subcom
Deadweight: 788 tons
Length x breadth: 54 x 12 meters
Year built: 1974


Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: April 3
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: heating oil & diesel
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 37,515 tons
Length x breadth: 183 x 27 meters
Year built: 2005

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