the Alliance announced the AL 1 service will drop Bremerhavan, and begin calling in Hamburg starting with the January 6 trip of YM Express.
they also announced the addition of a ship to the route to smooth over winter delays. Announced today, the changes have not yet been reflected in the Public Schedule.
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.
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.
(above)HMCS Ville De Quebec Enters port. (Below) Galani and Oceanex Sanderling Occupy Piers 42 and 41 respectively.
at Fairview Cove, Atlantic Sea (above) held the western birth, and YM Moderation (below) was worked on the eastern birth
Todays traffic was all regular callers.
(Above) YM Evolution inbound through the narrows to Fairview Cove. (Below)Marsk Patras off Maughers beach, having departed pier 42.
(Above) Onego Capri with a load of Rails for CN (Below) Asian Moon, for Nirint, with a load of Nickle concentrate from Cuba
With the Arrival of the Largest Container ship todate, a tall ship at anchor, and A US Aircraft carrier all showing up in recent days, its easy to forget other actions still happen daily in the port.
(Above)YM Moderation Put in for the Alliance. The Car Carrier liberty tied up at autoport, and then Moved to Pier 31.
(Above) Acadian sits at anchor waiting to tie up at the Irving Oil wharf. (Below) Atlantic Pegasus departed imperial oil for Sea.
Golden Oak Fixed an issue at anchor, and then proceeded to Imperial Oil.
(Above) The herring Fleet is Still in town, with the morning Star Transiting. (below)The Vera D Arrived just ahead of the ZIM Antwerp, but got out of the way.
(Above) CMA-CGM Elbe at Pier 41. Another of the Same Class of 9400TEU Vessels CMA-CGM has been using on their Columbus Loop.
(Below) YM ENLIGHTENMENT was last nights call to Fairview Cove. Running a Short Service, she will call once a month, and was last here May 15th.
(below) The products tanker Sichem Challenge Put in for bunkers Sunday afternoon. A small tanker, shes not much larger then the Algoma Dartmouth.
YM Movement Is Today’s Caller at Fairview cove. I caught her waiting to tie up on her May 21st stop over. Unlike other YM Vessels so far, Shes running on the EC5 Service, and is the first Yang-Ming vessel to make a repeat call (now on the return trip)
YM Enlightenment made the 4th call for Yang Ming last night, and tied up at Fairview cove. Once she was finished at the terminal she went to anchor in the basin to wait for weather to improve. She’s scheduled to sail this morning at 11:30
The third Call for Yang-Ming Happened today, and The Arrival was during Daylight hours. The first 2 calls to Fairview Cove had arrivals after dark, and departures before 8am. The YM Evolution is the third call on The Alliance’s AL1 Service, which is currently served by all Yang Ming vessels.