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Shipping movements

The following vessels are expected in Malta:

The CMA CGM Lyra from Genoa to Port Said, the Stadt Hameln from Annaba to Oran, and the Eemsdijk to Annaba (Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd) today.

The CMA CGM Erving from Port Klang to Valencia, the Devon Strait from Agadir to Casablanca, and the Nicola from Tunis to Algiers (Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the Lana from Antwerp to Pireaus (Thomas Smith Shipping) tomorrow.

The Mediterranean Sea from Antalya to Beirut, the Mont Ventoux from Tripoli to Tripoli, the Furth from Varna to Ravenna, the CMA CGM Fidelio from Beirut to Valencia, the Stadt Schwerin from Bejaia to Skikda, the Karina from El Khoms to Misurata, the Thebeland from Benghazi to Benghazi, and the Eemsdijk from Annaba (Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd) on Saturday.

The Sea Breeze (ex-CMA CGM Fes) from Annaba, the CMA CGM Puccini from Jeddah to Algeciras, the CMA CGM Rabat from Skikda, the Alexander Sibum from Ravenna to Varna, the Taurus J from Gioia Tauro, the Pluto from Aliaga to Izmir, the Janina, the Classica from Antalya to Antalya (Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the Maersk Dampier from Algeciras to Leghorn (Thomas Smith Shipping) on Sunday.

The CMA CGM Agadir from Algiers, the Connorth from Algiers to Tunis, the Soraya from Misurata, and the Marina from Durres to Taranto (Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Civitavecchia and the MV Eurocargo Napoli from Salerno to Salerno (Sullivan Maritime) on Monday.

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