13 Oct 2023 17:16

Greater Odessa ports receive another 3 ships

MOSCOW. Oct 13 (Interfax) - The Greater Odessa ports have received three more bulkers that have passed via a provisional corridor in the Black Sea, Ukrainian media have reported with reference to Andrei Klimenko, head of the Monitoring Group from the Institute for Black Sea Strategic Studies.

These vessels are the Peter S, whose owner is based in Greece, the Xin Shun, China, and the Bull, Singapore.

According to MarineTraffic, the Peter S, whose deadweight is 71,600 tonnes, arrived at the Chernomorsk port under the Liberian flag.

The Xin Shun, with a deadweight of 75,800 tonnes, arrived at the Yuzhny port under Panama's flag.

The Liberian-flagged Bull, whose deadweight is 82,000 tonnes, arrived at the Odessa port roadstead.

Two loaded bulkers left the Greater Odessa port earlier on Thursday. These are the Beaver with a deadweight of 81,800 tonnes, whose owner is based in the Marshall Islands, and the Castor with a deadweight of 78,900 tonnes, whose owner is based in Liberia. Both these vessels are Liberian-flagged.

As reported earlier, 23 vessels with a total deadweight of 898,300 tonnes have arrived at the Greater Odessa ports and 14 others with a total deadweight of 466,900 tonnes have left them via the new corridor since September 16.