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Durban Ship Movements

11 November, 2015
Author: Sheila Hutson

PROVIDING INFORMATION TO THE MARITIME INDUSTRY

Stack dates for export containers are available on the Transnet Port Terminals website
STACK DATES

SHIPS IN PORT TODAY

CITY TERMINAL POINT & T-JETTY

(A), (A/B), Green Mountain (B), Honey Badger (C), Black Rhino (D), HS Rossini (E), Geco Scorpio (F), (G), Ulsnis (M), (M ext), Cosco Kunlunshan (N), Sierra Laurel (O), (O/P), fv Dongwon 638 (P), Morning Cara (R)

DURBAN CAR TERMINAL

(G), (M), Morning Cara (R)

PIER NO.1

Black Egret/Grand Count (100), WG Magellan (101), (102), Atlantic Legend (103), Teal Bay (104)

MAYDON WHARF

(1), (2), (3), African Jay (3/4), (4), Federal Spey (5), Santa Vitoria (6), Solent (7), Kowie (8), Noni (9), (10), Venture Dylan (11), Biwa Arrow (12), (13), (14), Sofala/Lisa(15)

PIER 1 CONTAINER TERMINAL

Kota Laju (105), (106), Kota Nazim (107)

DURBAN CONTAINER TERMINAL

(108), (109), (200), (201), Maersk Visby (202), MSC Altamira (203), Maersk Senang (204), (205)

SALISBURY ISLAND

SAS Adam Kok

ISLAND VIEW

(1), Champion Express (2), Navios Ulysses (3), (4), (5), Bow Trident (6), (7), Front Mersey (8), Oriental Diamond (9)

BLUFF (COAL TERMINAL)

(1), (2), (3), African Hawk (4)

I&J FISH WHARF

fv Ulanda, fv Sterling Star, plus various other fishing and work boats

GRUNTERS GULLY/LUSITANIA FISH WHARF

Fury, f/v Ocean Surf, f/v Tumay1, fv Ebhayi, Wave Dancer, Reier

BAYHEAD REPAIR YARDS, DRY & FLOATING DOCKS

Dry Dock : Nonoti
Shop 24: R83
TNPA Floating Dock: Out of commission
Eldock: RMS Pemba/Barge Karlissa A/fv O Covelo
Dormac: Panos Creation/Tug Sofia III
Dormac Slip: Subtech Jumbo/Teras Hydra
SRJ 1: Barge Peg
SRJ2: Fleur Du Cap /fv Herdusa Primero/fv Ana Baral/fv Hong Da /Krustamoz IV, V, VI, VIII/Krusmaroc Dos
Elgin, Brown & Hamer: Mariska G
Southern African Shipyards: Jumbo/Majahazi Moja (barge)/RB 3/Tug Brenton/barge Imvubu /Crest Aries 1
Subtech Jetty: Nil
Lot 10 : Nil
Silt Canal: KB Jack up barge

WORKING IN HARBOUR OR OUTSIDE

Ocean Phutuma, Ocean Isidingo

OUTER ANCHORAGE

Sakiyaza Ace, Hawk, Uni Fortuna, Sonangol Porto Amboi, Vinalines Galaxy, Graig Cardiff, Lavela, Chemroute Brilliant, Front Esk, Falcon Traveller, UACC Riyadh, Nave Atria, IVS Nightjar, Western Highway, Lowlands Beacon, Alpine Magnolia, Seroja Enam, Peloreous, Kishore, Quorn, New Dawn, Glorious Ace

At SBM: Delta Hellas/Siyakhula

At anchor near SBM: Nil

Entering port at the time of this report: Nil

Leaving port at the time of this report: Nil

Passing Durban at time of this report: Navios Ionian :Colombo; New Mykonos; Sletness;

Ships that arrived 10/11/15

Venture Dylan, Santa Vitoria, Hoegh Brasilia, Ulsnis, Green Mountain, Trident, Africn Hawk, Maersk Senang, Kota Nazim, African Jay, Teal Bay, Atlantic Legend

Ships that sailed 10/11/15

Elbe Max, British Envoy, Hedda Schulte, MSC Toronto, Niledutch Dordrecht, Box Trader, Sky Knight, Benguela, Stolt Hill

Note: The Durban list excludes all fishing vessels berthed at the respective fishing quays but includes those, usually foreign, berthed at commercial berths. While care is taken in preparing this and other similar reports we can accept no responsibility for errors or sudden changes of schedule. The onus remains with the reader to check with ships agents or shipping lines

E&OE

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