Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Taking Turns at Fairview Cove

 As Hyundai Faith was finishing up cargo work this morning March 15 at Fairview Cove the NYK Demeter was inbound from sea to to take its place.

Tugs are preparing to make up to the 8566 TEU Hyundai Faith at Fairivew Cove.

Hyundai Faith arrived yesterday March 14 [see previous post] westbound, on THE Alliance's EC5 service. (stated port rotation is: Laem Chabang, Cai Mep, Singapore, Colombo, Halifax, New York, Savannah, Jacksonville, Norfolk, Halifax, Jebel Ali, Singapore, Laem Chabang = 84 days) However the line is skipping eastbound Halfax calls on this service.

NYK Demeter is eastbound on THE Alliance's AL5 service (Southampton, Le Havre, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Antwerp, Halifax, Port Everglades, Cartagena, Panama, Los Angeles, Oakland, Seattle, Vancouver, Oakland, Los Angeles, Panama, Cartagena, Caucedo, Halifax, Southampton = 77 days.)

NYK Demeter passes Halifax Shipyard where the third RCN Arctic Offshore Patrol Vessel is fitting out. To be named Max Bernays, it was launched in October 2021.

NYK Demeter was built in 2007 by Hyundai, Ulsan, and is a 55,487 gt, 65,965 DWT ship with a capacity of 4922 TEU.


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