Port Watch: Week of Jan. 30

Port Watch: Week of Jan. 30

Alice Oldendorff
The bulk carrier Alice Oldendorff heads into port this afternoon. photo by John White

An update on ships arriving at the Port of New Hampshire

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A steady stream of ships will be entering and exiting the Port of New Hampshire this week with winter essentials like salt, heating oil, and coal. Get all the details below.


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: in port, departs Feb. 2
Flag: Panama
Cargo: salt
Terminal: Granite State Minerals
Deadweight: 37,918 tons
Length x breadth: 180 x 30 meters
Year built: 2016


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: Jan. 31
Flag: Portugal
Cargo: low-sulfur coal
Terminal: Schiller Station
Deadweight: 48,000 tons
Length x breadth: 190 x 32 meters
Year built: 2000


Type: oil/chemical tanker
Arrival: Feb. 1
Flag: Marshall Islands
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Irving
Deadweight: 37,515 tons
Length x breadth: 183 x 27 meters
Year built: 2005


Type: tug
Arrival: Feb. 3
Flag: United States
Cargo: heating oil
Terminal: Sprague
Deadweight: 569 tons
Length x breadth: 36 x 23 meters
Year built: 2011


Type: bulk carrier
Arrival: Feb. 3
Flag: Cyprus
Cargo: salt
Terminal: Granite State Minerals
Deadweight: 34,939 tons
Length x breadth: 200 x 24 meters
Year built: 1999

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