First in was the crude carrier Eagle Stealth (ex Nord Stealth-07), anchoring for bunkers. (It is hard to believe that a ship of this size could act with any stealth.)
Eagle Stealth occupies most of number one anchorage, while Oceanex Sanderling works at Autoport.
Algoma Dartmouth, just back from Point Tupper yesterday, provides bunker fuel to the tanker.
Dating from 2001 the Aframax size Eagle Stealth was built by Sumitomo Heavy Industries in Oppama, Japan. It measures 56,346 grt and 105, 322 dwt (the owners claim only about 99,000 summer deadweight). It is operated by AET Tankers Pte. Ltd of Singapore and is registered in the Marshall Islands.
AET currently operates 12 VLCCs, 4 Suezmax, 2 DP Shuttle, 48 Aframax, 1 Panamax, and 1 CPP crude tankers. The company has an interesting 20 year history, see: http://www.aet-tankers.com/
The laden bulk carrier Nordic Visby arrived this afternoon and tied up at pier 30-31.
As soon as it had completed fueling Eagle Stealth, the bunkering tanker Algoma Dartmouth moved over to Nordic Visby.