What ships are expected this week in the commercial port of Brest? – Brest



Arrived Saturday Dec 24 2022 hrs Brest commercial port Arriving from Caen-Ouistreham (Calvados), the Dutch freighter Patron (119 meters long) will load 5,300 tons of scrap metal to Algeciras (Spain). The chemical tanker Oratank (106m), arrived from La Rochelle (Charentes-Maritimes), unloaded 2,254 tons of methyl ester. The BW Lilac LNG carrier, under the Maltese flag and 295 meters long, has arrived from Huelva (Spain) for repairs..

On Monday, December 26, the Danish chemical tanker AURACLIF (91m) from Dublin (Ireland) is expected to load 3,000 tons of soybean oil destined for Bilbao (Spain), the Danish chemical tanker Samus Swan (105m) from Rotterdam (The state). -Bas) with 1050 tons of monoalcohol and ethanol, and the Portuguese cargo ship Cemclipper (100 meters long) from Carboneras (Spain) to unload 4585 tons of aluminum and Portland cement.

On Wednesday, December 28, there are three ships in the program with the chemical tanker Heinrich (flying the flag of Gibraltar, 147m long) from Amsterdam (Netherlands) with 7,000 tons of gasoline, MSC Tamishka F (flying the flag of Liberia, 161m long) from Montoir (Loire Atlantic) to load containers destined for Le Havre (Seine-Maritime), and the bulk carrier Cape (Liberian flag, 186m long) from Hamilton (Canada) with 19,404 tons of soybean seeds.

On Thursday, December 29, the Portuguese chemical tanker Auramalea (103m) will be from Rotterdam to load 4,000 tons of soybean oil for Bilbao and the Luxembourg cargo ship Ayr (88m) will be from Rotterdam to unload 2,700 tons of corn dregs.

On Friday 30 December, the LNG carrier Avenir Achievement (Cayman Islands-flagged, 159m long) is on program, from San Juan (Puerto Rico) for a technical stop, and the British freighter Celtic Ambassador (106m) for loading 2500t of lumber Heading to Hargshamn (Sweden).

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On Saturday December 31, Karen C will be (United Kingdom flag, 106m) to load 5,250 tons of scrap metal bound for Santander (Spain) and on Sunday, Enough Talk (Finnish flag, 106m) will be in Bilbao with 1,071 tons of scrap metal. Offshore wind turbine components.

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