Built in 2000 by Ferus Smit shipyard in Hoogezand (although its hull may have been built offshore) it measures 6142 gross tons and 9100 deadweight. It has no cargo handling gear, but a hoist, which travels on deck rails, is used to lift and stack its pontoon type hatch covers. Its box shaped holds are ideal for grain and other bulk cargoes, but also break bulk such as timber and project cargo.
It joins Zeelandia, a regular caller for Nirint Lines, which is unloading nickel sulfides from Cuba at pier 31. Nirint Lines is a Dutch company, but the ship is owned and flagged in Switzerland. See also http://shipfax.blogspot.ca/2012/04/nirint-zeelandia-hurry-up-and-wait.html for a photo of the ship underway. (It was called Nirint Zeelandia previously.)
Third ship in the trio is Anet at pier 27, which appears to be loading a project cargo.