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Durban Ship Movements

26 October, 2016
Author: Sheila Hutson

PROVIDING INFORMATION TO THE MARITIME INDUSTRY

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

CITY TERMINAL POINT & T-JETTY

(A/B), Tug PSD2 (B), Tian Zhen (C), (D), Kota Bahagia (E), fv El Shadddai (F), Mercury Leader (G), Hoegh Berlin (M), (M ext), Antaios (N), (O), Challenger (O/P), fv Alexia/fv Hermanos Labaen (P), (R)

CAR CARRIERS AT DURBAN CAR TERMINAL

Mercury Leader (G), Hoegh Berlin (M), (R)

PIER NO.1

Black Egret (100), (101), Santa Isabella (102), Loyalty/RMS Pemba (103), Onego Bora/Teras Hydra 3 (104)

MAYDON WHARF

(1), (2), (3), (3/4), (4), Bittern (5), Pelagiani (6), (7), HK Challenger (8), Darya Mahesh (9), (10), Daiwan Hero (11), Bright Sky (12), (13), (14), Jetstream (15)

PIER 1 CONTAINER TERMINAL

Kota Lekas (105), (106), Richard Rickmers (107)

DURBAN CONTAINER TERMINAL

Berlin Bridge (108), (109), (200), (201), MSC Lara (202), HS Rossini (203), Maersk Serangoon (204), (205)

SALISBURY ISLAND

Nil

ISLAND VIEW

(1), Melati 6 (2), Stove Ocean (3), (4), (5), (6), Davino D (7), (8), (9)

BLUFF (COAL TERMINAL)

Fairy Tale (1), MBA Future (2), (3), (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 Uzavolo/Iphotwe/Ingwenya
TNPA Floating Dock: Out of commission
Eldock: Berg/Southern Crusader/Tanux II
Dormac: Nil
Dormac Dock: Nil
SRJ 1: fv Herdusa Primero/Endurance
SRJ2: fv Herdusa Primero/Fleur Du Cap/fv Agios Nikalaus/ fv Ana Baral/Fleur Du Cap /fv fv Acechador /Sea Fever/Krustamoz II, IV, V, VI, VII
Elgin, Brown & Hamer: fv Susan I
Southern African Shipyards: fv Polaris/Jumbo/Majahazi Moja (barge)/barge Imvubu Barge Karlissa A/Al Shouna
Southern African Shipyards Floating Dock: Nil
Subtech Jetty: Nil
Lot 10 : Nil
Silt Canal: KB Jack up barge

WORKING IN HARBOUR OR OUTSIDE

Ocean Phutuma, Ocean Isidingo

OUTER ANCHORAGE

Bow Star, Glovis Melody, Clipper Innovation, British Envoy, Asiatic, Livadi, Pretty Scene, MSC Sindy, Saga Wave, SCL Anita, BBC Weser, Sounion, Buna Arrow, Christina B, Spar Taurus, Da Li Hu, Chios Freedom, Peppino Bottiglieri, Nordic Hong Kong, Hoegh Sydney, CMA CGM Opal, Baltic Spire

At SBM: Smit Siyanda

At anchor near SBM: Nil

Entering port at the time of this report: Mermaid Vanquish

Leaving port at the time of this report: Nil

Ships passing the port of Durban at this time: Phaedra to Gibralter, Clipper Phoenix to Brazil

Ships that docked 25/10/16

Berlin Bridge, Mercury Leader, Onego Bora, Challenger, Fedora, fv Hermanos Labaen, HS Rossini, Davino D, Melati 6, Million Bell

Ships that sailed 25/10/16

CSC Coral, MSC Coral, DAL Karoo, Fedora, MSC Ines, Kouju Lily

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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