The following ships are expected in Malta:
The MSC Ajaccio from Gioia Tauro to Valencia (John Ripard & Son Ltd); the K-River from Skikda to Skikda (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd); the MV Eurocargo Venezia from Genoa to Genoa (Sullivan Maritime Ltd); the CMA CGM Rio Grande from Algeciras to Salerno; the APL Minnesota from Suez to La Spezia (CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd); and the Barbara Krahulik from Catania (SMS Shipping) today.
The Seroja Enam from Port Said to Port Tangier; the Visitor from Tunis to Tunis (both Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd); the Domingo from Algeciras to Salerno; the CMA CGM Corte Real from Le Havre to Jeddah; and the CMA CGM Racine from Genoa to Damietta (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd) tomorrow.
The Contship Zen from Algiers to Algiers; the CMA CGM Musca from Genoa to Beirut (CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd); and the Vega Sachsen from Sfax to Annaba (Thomas Smith & Co Ltd) on Saturday.
The Safmarine Benguela from Algeciras to Izmit (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd); the MSC Valeria from Barcelona to Salalah (John Ripard & Son Ltd); the Nicola from Misurata to Catania; the Louisa Schulte from Algiers to Mersin; and the Jaguar from Gemlik to Algiers (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd) on Sunday.
The Contship Max from Sfax to Sfax; the AS Laetitia from Algiers to Algiers; the APL New Jersey from Koper to Port Said; the APL Oregon from Aliaga to Valencia; the Oued Ziz from Tunis to Tunis (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd); the MV Euroferry Olympia from Salerno to Salerno and the MV Eurocargo Malta from Livorno to Genoa (both Sullivan Maritime Ltd); and the Gabriel A from Thessaloniki to Thessaloniki (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd) on Monday.
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