Al Hudaydah Port:
5 vessels operational at port quaysides (4 commercial + WFP charter vessel MV Daytona Beach) 2 vessels at anchorage (all commercial) 11 vessels expected to call (all commercial)
Al Saleef Port:
2 vessels operational at port quaysides (all commercial) 2 vessels at anchorage (all commercial) 5 vessels expected to call at Al Saleef Port (all commercial)
Ras Issa (oil terminal in Red Sea):
1 vessel operational at port quaysides (all commercial) 0 vessel at anchorage 0 vessel expected to call at Ras Issa
9 vessels operational at port quaysides (8 are commercial + WFP charter Vessel VOS Apollo) 5 vessels at anchorage (all commercial) 4 vessels expected to call at Aden Port (all commercial)
Situation at Al Hudaydah
There are currently 5 vessels discharging at Al Hudaydah port carrying commercial cargo (3 carrying steel and 2 carrying wheat) totaling 73,303 mt.
Currently, there are 2 vessels at anchorage awaiting berth totaling 35,518 mt (23,071 mt of Steel and 12,447 mt of MoGas).
WFP charter vessel MV Daytona Beach, carrying 20,000 mt bulk wheat, berthed in Al Hudaydah Port. Discharge commenced on 1 March 2017 14:45 and is expected to complete discharge (14,000 mt bulk wheat) by 3-4.March 2017. Therefore, the vessel will proceed to Aden to discharge 6,000 mt of bulk wheat.
PIL container vessel Kota Anggun was granted UNVIM clearance to call at Al Hudaydah with 95X20' WFP oil shipment on board. The vessel is still awaiting final Coalition warship clearance to proceed from the holding area to anchorage.
There are 11 vessels expected totalling 114,365 mt: 23,870 mt steel, 30,250 mt wheat, 19,000 mt cement, 30,630 mt soya, 8,086 mt MoGas and cars (weighing 2,529 mt) and 1,965 containers.