Shipping news, Jan. 30 - Feb. 12

Commercial marine traffic calling at Searsport and Bucksport
Feb 13, 2019
Photo by: Ethan Andrews A seagull hovers near the Sears Island causeway Feb. 6, while another sits on a shelf of ice covering the eastern half of Long Cove. In the background, bulk carrier Nantong K unloads salt from Chile at Mack Point.

Feb. 1

Dylan Cooper, a pusher tug and fuel barge, arrived in Searsport from New York and delivered ethanol. It departed Feb. 2 for Portland.

Feb. 3

Marguerita, a 606-foot bulk carrier, arrived in Searsport from Vila do Conde, Brazil, via Portland, and delivered clay slurry. It departed Feb. 4 returning to Vila do Conde.

Feb. 4

Noreaster, a 603-foot Irving Oil tanker, arrived in Bucksport from Portsmouth, N.H., and delivered jet fuel. It departed Feb. 5 for Saint John, New Brunswick.

Feb. 5

Nantong K, a 646-foot bulk carrier, arrived in Searsport from Mejillones, Chile, and delivered road salt. It departed Feb. 10 for New Orleans.

Feb. 6

Iver Prosperity, a 604-foot Irving Oil tanker, arrived in Searsport from Delaware City, Del., and delivered gasoline. On Feb. 8, it continued to Bucksport and delivered diesel, then departed Feb. 9 for Saint John, New Brunswick.

Feb. 7

Timothy L. Reinauer, a tug and fuel barge, arrived in Searsport from Portland and delivered diesel. It departed Feb. 8 for New York.

Feb. 10

Dylan Cooper returned to Searsport from Providence, R.I., and delivered ethanol. It departed later that day for Portland.

Expected arrivals

Iver Prosperity returning to Searsport, from Saint John, New Brunswick, delivering gasoline and diesel.

Dylan Cooper, returning to Searsport with ethanol.

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