Tag Archives: Hamburg Sud

Cap San Sounio sails after her first call; 25 October 2019

Looking smart in her red and white livery, 2014-built container ship Cap San Sounio departs from Felixstowe’s berth 9, heading towards Rotterdam. Like to help us produce more shipping video?…

Cap San Sounio working containers, 22 October 2019

Among the smartest ships calling at Felixstowe, these Hamburg Sud 333 metre container ship are now being used in traffic between the Far East and North East Europe – owned…

Smart-looking Cap San Juan arrives Felixstowe, 21 June 2019

Looking very smart in her red livery, 10,600 TEU container ship Cap San Juan arrives at the Port of Felixstowe early on the bright morning of 21 June 2019.

Cap San Lazaro sails after her first call, Saturday morning, 1 June 2019

After completing her first call at the Port of Felixstowe, container ship Cap San Lazaro sails for Antwerp, next call on the Northern European leg of her rotation.

First Call: 10,600 TEU Cap San Vincent arrives at Felixstowe, 12 April 2019

The 10,600 TEU container ship Cap San Vincent arrives at the Port of Felixstowe on her first call, on the morning of 12 April 2019.

Monte Azul sails, breezy morning of 12 October 2018

2008-built container ship Monte Azul sails from Felixstowe on the breezy morning of 12th October, 2018.

Rio Bravo sails from Felixstowe, 1 September 2018

Hamburg Sud’s Rio Bravo heads for Antwerp, sailing from Felixstowe on the sunny morning of 1st September 2018.

Felixstowe Update as Levent service returns to port: 25 August 2018

As Rio Blanco arrives on 23 August, marking the return of the CMA-CGM, Seago Line and Hamburg Sud Levant service returning to Felixstowe, after a period at Southampton cause by…

Shipping line moves to Southampton as Felixstowe’s computer problems persist; 19 June 2018

New Shipping TV news video: Shipping Line Hamburg Sud has moved 2 services to Southampton for 5 weeks to escape Felixstowe’s ongoing problems with its new Terminal Operating System, while…

Up Close: Pilot disembarking from Container Ship Cap San Nicolas, River Plate, 1 Dec 2017

As Container Ship Cap San Nicolas heads out from Buenos Aires, the pilot launch Koon comes alongside to collect the harbour pilot:

Monte Alegre emerges from the mist, 3 November 2017

New Shipping TV video: Hamburg Sud 2008-built container ship Monte Alegre enters Harwich Harbour for Felixstowe on the misty morning of 3rd November, 2017:

Rio Madeira arrives at Harwich Harbour for Felixstowe, 22 September 2017

2009-built container ship Rio Madeira entering Harwich Harbour for the Port of Felixstowe on the beautiful morning of 22nd September 2017:

Another shade of blue: HS Paris arrives at Felixstowe, 1 September 2017

The 2012-built container ship HS Paris arrives at Felixstowe on the beautiful morning of 1st September, 2017:

Monte Alegre sailing from Felixstowe, 6 March 2017

2008-built Hamburg Sud container ship Monte Alegre sailing from the port of Felixstowe towards Antwerp, 6th March 2017.

Rio Bravo in Harwich approach channel, breezy evening of 8th July 2016

Hamburg Sud’s 5,905 TEU container ship Rio Bravo making 14 knots in Harwich approach channel, before slowing to around 8 knots for Beach End turn.

Cap Jervis outbound, 2nd July 2016

Hamburg-Sud’s 4,600TEU container ship Cap Jervis outbound from Felixstowe, Saturday 2nd July 2016.

Rio De La Plata sailing from Felixstowe, 21 June 2016

Hamburg Sud’s 5,905 TEU Container vessel Rio De La Plata sailing from the Port of Felixstowe, 21st June 2016:

Cap Jervis arriving Felixstowe, 27th May

Hamburg Sud’s 4,600 TEU container ship Cap Jervis arriving at Felixstowe, 27th May, 2016

Rio De La Plata arriving at Felixstowe, 12 May 2016

Hamburg Sud vessel Rio De La Plata arriving at Felixstowe at 18:00 from London Gateway, Thursday, 12 May 2016. Filmed by Paul Hiett.

Cap Harvey arriving Felixstowe, 28th December 2015

Hamburg Sud’s Cap Harvey arriving at the Port of Felixstowe, around 9am, 28th December 2015:

Gateway wins 1st service from Felixstowe . .

HPUK’s port of Felixstowe has lost its first regular service to new competitor London Gateway, which has also claimed 2 new services – one from CSAV, and another from Hamburg…