Shipping movements

These vessels are expected in Malta:

The Marina from Durres to Taranto, the Rabat from El Khoms to Bejaia, the Stadt Schwerin from Misurata to Sfax, and the Soraya from Misurata to Khor Fakkan (all Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the Parsifal from Algeciras to Port Said, the Maersk Edinburgh from Genoa to Port Said, and the Faust from Port Said to Genoa (all Thomas Smith Shipping) today.

The Mediterranean Sea from Antalya to Beirut, the Alkin Kalkavan from Varna to Thessaloniki, and the CMA CGM Jade from Genoa to Damietta (all Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the Qingdao Tower from Antwerp to Pireaus, and the Maersk Emdem from Suez Canal to Valencia (both Thomas Smith Shipping) tomorrow.

The Consouth from Bejaia to Annaba, the Thebeland from Benghazi to Tripoli, and the CMA CGM Chopin from Jeddah to Tanger Med (all Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd) on Saturday.

The Fas Dammam from Tunis to Algiers, the Ecem Kalkavan from Trapani to Catania, the CMA CGM Columba from Zeebrugge to Beirut, and the Eemsdijk from Skikda to Skikda (all Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), and the Maersk Dampier from Algeciras to Leghorn (Thomas Smith Shipping) on Sunday.

The VD Dubai from Algiers to Annaba, the Mont Ventoux from Tripoli to Tunis, and the CMA CGM Christophe Columb from Le Havre to Khor Fakkan (all Carmelo Caruana Co Ltd), the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Civitavecchia and the MV Eurocargo Napoli from Salerno to Salerno (both Sullivan Maritime), and the Alexander Maersk from Port Said to Misurata, and the Concordia from Benghazi to Benghazi (both Thomas Smith Shipping) on Monday.


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