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

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


Two people were registered, on Friday, July 8, 2022, in the Brest commercial port with the British fishing vessel Jacoba-Maria (36 m) that came to unload its cargo and the Cypriot cargo ship Cembay (88 m) which was unloaded over the weekend, its 3,775 tons of cargo Aluminum and Portland cement from Carboneras (Spain).

On Saturday 9 July, several cargo ships docked: the British ship Celtic Venture (90 m) from Rouen to load 2,000 tons of shredded wood to Aveiro (Portugal), Spanish Ora (120 m) from La Coruna (Spain) to load 5,000 tons of scrap Santander (Spain) and the Liberian ship MSC Tamishka F (161m) from Monttoire to load containers to Le Havre. Sunday, July 10, the place of the Portuguese chemical tanker Theodor Esberger (105m) coming from Port Jerome to unload 800 tons of mono alcohol.

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On Wednesday, July 13, the Liberian bulk carrier Adalade (108 metres) from Bordeaux Basins is expected to carry 6,600 tons of rapeseed.

Thursday, July 14th, the Bahamian LNG tanker Vladimir Voronin (299m) will come from Huelva (Spain) in a technical terminal.

On Saturday, July 16, several cargo ships arriving from Monttoir appeared on the shelves of the port chief’s office: the Portuguese Alana (149 m), the Cypriot Hanna (134 m) and the Portuguese MSC Lena F (139 m) to come. To load containers bound for Le Havre. Another arrival: the Lithuanian cargo ship Klaïpeda (88 m), which will arrive from Kokkola (Finland), on board a 3,000-ton shipment of raw natural phosphates.

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On Sunday 17 July, the Spirit of Adventure (236m) will arrive from Dublin (Ireland) with passengers.

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