The following ships are expected in Malta:

The Eemsdijk from El Khoms to Suez Canal, the Durande from Aliaga to Annaba (both CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Maersk Arizona from Bejaia to Skikda, the Maersk Arun from Algiers to Gioia Tauro, the Martine A from Thessaloniki to Thessaloniki, the ER Santa Barbara from Izmir to Valencia (all Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd), the MV Euroferry Olympia from Salerno to Salerno, the MV Euroferry Malta from Genoa to Genoa, the MV Eurocargo Malta from Livorno to Genoa (all Sullivan Maritime) and the Barbara Krahulik from Catania (SMS Shipping)  today.

The APL Vanda from Le Havre to Jeddah, the APL Denver from Algeciras to Salerno (both CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd) and the Ningbo Express from La Spezia to Genoa (Bianchi & Co. Ltd) tomorrow.

The Fiona from Casablanca to India, the Fiona from Aliaga to Annaba, the Fas Dammam from Napoli to Tripoli, the Karina from Skikda to Genoa, the APL California from Port Said to Koper, the CMA CGM Georgia from Piraeus to Aliaga (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the MSC Venice from Singapore to Barcelona (John Ripard & Son Ltd), the Safmarine Nuba from Port Said to Tema (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd) and the Barbara Krahulik from Catania (SMS Shipping) on Wednesday.

The MV Eurocargo Venezia from Genoa to Genoa (Sullivan Maritime), the Maersk Labrea from Algeciras to Genoa (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd) and  the Barbara Krahulik from Catania (SMS Shipping) on Thursday.

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