The oil/chemical tanker Noreaster. photo by John White

Port Watch: Week of March 4

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An update on vessels arriving at the Port of New Hampshire

The Portsmouth tugs escorted a ship out of the harbor just before the storm hit Sunday night, and they’re bringing another one in Monday afternoon, after the snow subsides. Several other ships will follow over the next few days.

CORPUS CHRISTI (and Petrochem Supplier)

Type: pusher tug (and tank barge)
Arrival: March 4
Flag: United States
Cargo: biodiesel
Terminal: Sprague River Road
Deadweight: 1,445 tons
Length x breadth: 46 x 14 meters
Year built: 2009


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: March 5
Flag: Panama
Cargo: salt
Terminal: NH State Pier
Deadweight: 56,578 tons
Length x breadth: 190 x 32 meters
Year built: 2013


Type: asphalt/bitumen tanker
Arrival: March 5
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: asphalt
Terminal: Sprague River Road
Deadweight: 14,911 tons
Length x breadth: 133 x 23 meters
Year built: 2016


Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: March 6
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: diesel & heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 37,412 tons
Length x breadth: 184 x 27 meters
Year built: 2007

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