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Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon

There are 29 cargo ships scheduled for the period from the 4th until the 10th of August. By classification, will arrive at the Port of Lisbon, 15 container ships, 5 general cargo single deck, 3 tanks, 3 mixed - general cargo / containers, 2 bulk carriers and 1 transport of vehicles.

We highlight this week the ship "LEONIE P", classified as container ship, managed by Navex - Empresa Portuguesa de Navegação, S.A .. Coming from the Port of Leixões, the ship has 9.991 t. of GT, 139 meters in length, 7.9 meters of draft, 16 crew on board and flag of Antigua and Barbuda.

This vessel belongs to the biweekly LINCE CLASS SERVICE regular line and comes to Lisbon to carry out both loading and unloading operations at Lisbon Multipurpose Terminal, operated by TSA - Santa Apolónia Terminal, Lda, following to the Spanish port of Algeciras.

Please note: This data is provisional and changes may occur.

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