These ships are expected in Malta:
The OPS Hamburg from Annaba to Algiers, the CMA CGM Chopin from Damietta to Tilbury, the Corona J from Algiers to Skikda (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Seago Piraeus from Antwerp to Piraeus (Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd), the MSC Katie from Singapore to Barcelona (John Ripard & Son Ltd) and the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Livorno (Sullivan Maritime) today.
The Banak from Algeciras to Livorno, the Al Rawdah from Genoa to Port Said, the CMA CGM Vela from Beirut to Barcelona, the Cape Mayor from Tanger Med to Gebze, the CMA CGM Homere from Antwerp to Alexandria (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Maersk Arun from Bejaia to Skikda, the Philomen from Algiers to Skikda (both Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd) and the MSC Melatilde from Valencia to Salalah (John Ripard & Son Ltd) tomorrow.
The Max Cooler from Sousse, the CMA CGM Vasco da Gama from Rotterdam to Khor al Fakkan, the CMA CGM Musca from Valencia to Beirut (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Maersk Taurus from Port Said to Port Tangier (Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd) and the MV Eurocargo Venezia from Genoa to Genoa (Sullivan Maritime) on Saturday.
The Nicola from Annaba to Annaba, the Repulse Bay from Algiers to Mersin, the Cielo di Agadir from Alexandria to Algiers, the Sagitta from Aliaga to Rijeka (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Maersk Bogor from Algeciras to Izmit Korfesi, the Julius S from Izmir to Thessaloniki, the Avera from Tunis to Tunis, the Maersk Arizona from Sfax to Misurata, the Alexander Maersk from Sfax Misurata (all Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd) and the Max Venture from Catania to Rijeka (Sullivan Shipping) on Sunday.
The BF Nilou from Tripoli (CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the MV Euroferry Malta from Salerno to Salerno, the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Genoa (both Sullivan Maritime), the BC Hamburg from Algiers to Algiers (Thomas Smith Shipping Ltd) and the La Suprema from Genoa to Genoa (Gollcher Co. Ltd) on Monday.