TUESDAY, JUNE 5: The tanker Britta Maersk was forced to delay her arrival into St George’s this week due to rough seas.
The vessel arrived from Nassau in the Bahamas today, but will not able to come alongside at the Oil Docks until tomorrow morning.
The Danish-flagged ship, which was built in 2007, is carrying fuel for Esso that will be siphoned off during the course of the day.
Earlier this week, the Diego arrived in Dockyard to unload cement powder into the silos for construction projects.
She arrived at the Commercial Dock on Monday and is scheduled to leave on Wednesday.
Meanwhile the usual two cruise ships, Norwegian Star and Summit, will arrive in the West End tomorrow for two days.
The Veendam will be alongside in Hamilton until Friday when she heads back to New York.
The Somers Isles is also due to arrive in the capital on Wednesday, while the Bermuda Islander gets into Hamilton on Thursday.
Finally, there are another three cruise ships heading into Dockyard this weekend.
Saturday will see the arrival of the Explorer of the Seas and her 3,200 passengers.
On Sunday the Norwegian Dawn and the Enchantment of the Seas will come alongside in the West End, and the Oleander will sail into Hamilton.