British Serenity arrived only yesterday from New York. It appeared to have some cargo aboard, but was not deeply laden. Built by Hyundai Mipo, Ulsan in 2005, it has typical handysize tonnages of 29,214 grt, 47,210 dwt. It is operated by BP Shipping Ltd and wears the traditional BP funnel marking of black cap, green stripe on a white band and red base.
Tugs nudge British Serenity alongside Imperial Oil dock 3 yesterday evening.
Anchoring for bunkers for a few hours this evening the Prince I arrived from Port Arthur, TX. It is bound for Lewisporte, NL, where it will be providing Woodward Group with fuel that will most likely be carried to northern ports during the summer months by Coastal Shipping tankers.
Algoma Dartmouth prepares to start bunkering and Chebucto Pilot has the disembarking pilot aboard.
Prince I was also built by Hyundai Mipo, Ulsan, but in 2006 and is slightly smaller at 24,996 grt, 43,158 dwt. It was built as Montenero for D'Alesio's Delmare SpA of Italy. Last year it was acquired by Gandia Shipping with Sea World Management of Monaco as managers.