It was pretty much wall to wall ships at the seawall and finger piers.
From south to north (left to right in the picture above):
pier 31: Caribbean Princess
pier 23: Silver Whisper
pier 22: Regal Princess
pier 20: AIDAdiva
Regal Princess was last to leave this afternoon and sounded its mournful "Love Boat" goodbye whistle several times. If you haven't heard it go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWQlAglh9NI
It does sound somewhat more tuneful in reality, and much louder up close.
Still at pier 28 HC Svea-Kim (blue hull) resumed unloading rails, but the tanker BW Raven had to vacate pier 31 and went back out to anchor (again).
When Puze sailed, giving Rotterdam as its next port,
it was back to number 3 oil dock for BW Raven.
There was also activity at both container terminals.
Built in 2008 by the Sainty (Jiangdu) Corp in Jiangdu* (formerly shown as Yangzhou) it is a 7545 gt, 8268 dwt vessel with a capacity of 698 TEU (incluing 120 reefers). Eimskip also charters the Skogafoss, built by the same yard in 2008 with the same gt, but a dwt of 8210 tonnes. It has the same container capacity, but is fitted with two 60 tonne cranes.
Pengalia flies the Cyprus flag and is managed by Marlow. Skogafoss built as Ice Bird has just recently been purchased by Ernst Russ (part of Zeaborn) and will continue its charter to Eimskip, with management shifting from Briese to Zeaborn.
The builders of these ships, Sainty Marine, part of Jiangsu* Guoxin Group, a state owned company, claimed the distinction of being the first publicly listed Chinese company to declare bankruptcy. It has since been liquidated and its former president was sentenced to 18 years in prison for fraud.
* Jiangdu is a district within Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province, in central eastern China.