Yemen - Shipping Update (19 April 2017)

Situation Report
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Al Hudaydah Port:

4 vessels operational at port quaysides (commercial)

3 vessels at anchora (2 commercial and WFP’s chartered ship MV Eskendrun M)

13 vessels expected to call (11 commercial + 2 WFP Charter ship MV Amber L & MV Daytona Beach)

Al Saleef Port:

2 vessels operational at port quaysides (commercial)

1 vessels at anchorage (commercial)

3 vessels expected to call at Al Saleef Port (commercial)

Ras Issa (oil terminal in Red Sea):

0 vessel operational at port quaysides

0 vessel at anchorage

1 vessel expected to call at Ras Issa


9 vessels operational at port quaysides (8 commercial + WFP’s Vos Apollo with UN/INGOs personnel)

5 vessels at anchorage (3 commercial + WFP chartered vessel Amber L + WFP chartered vessel Daytona Beach)

7 vessels expected to call at Aden Port (commercial)

Situation at Al Hudaydah

  • Currently 1 tanker vessel is discharging at Al Hudaydah port and 3 vessels carrying general cargo totaling 66,864 mt (MoGas + wheat + steel + cement)

  • The three ships in line for berth are carrying a total of 57,598 mt of fuel and wheat

  • 13 vessels are expected totaling 208,522 mt of various commodities (cement, steel, wheat, soya, fuel, corn), of this there are 2 WFP charter ships expected:- MV Amber L with 12920 MT bulk wheat ETA 22/04/2017 - MV Daytona Beach with 22580 MT of Bulk wheat ETA 23/04/2017