Sea traffic is still going well in the commercial port of Brest. The Maltese chemical tanker Pechora Star (128m), which arrived on Friday, June 2, 2023 from Amsterdam (Netherlands), over the weekend, unloaded its cargo of 10,000 tons of gasoline, while the Portuguese cargo ship MSCN – F (139m), arrived from Montoir, meanwhile continued loading containers bound for Le Havre.
Weekend docking recorded several units. The British ship Ocean Titan (27m) arrived on Saturday 3 June. The next day, Sunday, June 4, the Danish tanker Endelo-Swan (99m) arrived from Ghent (Belgium) with 1,600 tons of molasses from Saint-Malo, with passengers and the Turkish tanker Karruca (112m). ), from Aveiro (Portugal), after waiting at anchor, to load 4,200 tons of Lisbon (Portugal) soybean oil.
Eleven ships announced
Ce lundi 5 juin, on attend le chimiquier marshallais Saturn (128 m), d’Anvers (Belgique), avec 2 100 t d’ester d’ester d’huile vegetale, insi que le citernier portugais Orakai (103 m), de Rotterdam ( Holland).
Tuesday 6 June, it is the turn of the cargo MSC Tamishka F, from Montoir, to announce itself to load containers destined for Le Havre.
On Wednesday 7 June, the Finnish heavy-duty tanker Enough-Talk (106m) will come from Le Havre to load 1,095 tons of wind turbine components.
Thursday, June 8, Ocean is expected to dock with Titan again. The Quinoa X and XI patrol boats will arrive from the Arcachon Basin, en route to Le Havre.
On Friday, June 9, the Panamanian bulk carrier Ultra-Tiger (229 meters) entered the program, coming from Itaqui (Brazil) via Lisbon, unloading 46,805 tons of soybeans.
On Saturday 10 June, the cargo ship Anna will arrive from Rotterdam with 3,300 tons of spent corn.
Finally, on Sunday, June 11, the Dutch Statengracht heavy truck (172m) will arrive from Saint John (Antigua and Barbuda) to unload the parcels. The Cypriot cargo ship Hanna (134m), will come from Montoir, to load containers to Le Havre.