This morning saw 3 ships tied up at Pier 41/42. Oceanex Sanderling took up he usual spot at pier 41, and came off the dock at 11:45 to head over to Autoport. Warnow Sun, for Russian firm Atlantic RO-RO took up the Middle position. She is scheduled to sail this afternoon, though cargo operations appear to be complete.
(above) Oceanex Sanderling comes off pier 41behind Warnow Sun.
Emskip vessel Skogafoss had the southern most position at pier 42, and Departed for Portland Maine at 11:30 (below) Skogafoss just coming off the dock Outbound.
After attempting this shot, on her westbound leg, but failing, I succeeded on the eastbound leg. Atlantic Sun is a G4 class of container and RO-RO ship for ACL, and went into service late last year.
On Arrival She took the Western birth at Fairview Cove, behind the Berlin Bridge. the K-line Vessel was due to sail at 11:30, but as of 1pm, was still at the dock.
following closely behind Atlantic Sun, was Hapag-Llyod’s Dalian Express. A frequent caller over the years, the ship went to the basin on arrival. Built in 2001 as Hamburg Express, She was renamed in 2011 to free up the name for a newer larger vessel. Shes Rated at 7502TEU
the Tug Atlantic Willow on position on the port side. Atlantic Bear took the stern.
Mol Partner sits at anchor in the basin waiting for a birth to free up at Fairview Cove.
Despite today being a holiday, the ships were stacking up at Fairview cove. Sunday night brought the arrival of YM Express to the west birth. She Sailed Monday morning, and was replaced by Budapest Bridge, while the east birth was taken up by Atlantic Sea, both arriving early morning. When Budapest Bridge sailed late afternoon, MOL Partner was finally able to take up her spot Mol Partner is currently scheduled to sail just after midnight, Atlantic Sea is due to depart Tuesday afternoon, having had her ro-ro decks worked Monday, and her containers Tuesday.
Today brought the arrival of the CAP Portland, marking the first call of the Maersk MEX Service.
The fully Maersk Line-operated weekly Med/Montreal express(MMX) service will be a five-vessel rotation stopping in Salerno and La Spezia (Italy), Fos-sur-Mer (France), Algeciras (Spain), Montreal and Halifax (Canada), and Valencia (Spain). The First voyage of the service, began on July 2nd, departing from Salerno, Italy,
The MEX Service will be served by EM SPETSES, SAN ALESSIO, SAN ADRIANO, GERRIT BRAREN, and CAP PORTLAND
The New Service will compete with ZIM’s ZCI service, and The Alliance’s AL6
in other Maersk news, the Longstanding Maersk Service is running with Ships SEAMAX STAMFORD, EM KEA, ARICA and maersk Panang, making Panang the last Original Maersk Vessel Running on the service.
HPA Photo, Via Twiter.
A Late Arrival tonight, Jona tied up at pier 41 just after 7pm. Jona is actually running for Melfi Lines, despite carring CMA-CGM branding. Jona arrived from Lisbon and is due at Mariel Cuba on August 1st.
The ship carries 3 x 45Ton cranes, and is rated for 1853teu. She was built in Ningbo, China, and entered service in 2007 as CMA-CGM Togo.
Jona is among recent charters, joining the Melfi service in December 2017. Catharina Schulte has canceled her August 06 Call, Making August 21st Maiden call of Julius-s the next stop for the usually bi-weekly Melfi service.
2 ships got off the Dock at Halterm just before Noon today. Skogafoss (Above) sailed for Portland, Maine from Pier 42. She was followed by Oceanex Sanderling (below), Who was moving to Autoport from Pier 41.
the YM Modesty (above) Entered the basin this morning around 11am to tie up at Fairview cove. Once clear of the narrows, the Algoma Integrity (below) Sailed outbound for Baltimore from National Gypsum.
Atlantic Sea passing under the Mackay Bridge this Past weekend.
(Above)Arcia arrived on the weekly Maersk Call. Unlike last week’s call, she didn’t seem to attract additional attention from the CBSA. CMA-CGM Pelleas also called at Pier 41, on her weekly call. (Below) Nirint shipings’ Asian Moon finished unloading mud at pier 31, and sailed. Numerous pleasure craft caused her to make liberal use of her horn on her way outbound.