Tag Archives: UASC

UASC Jebel Ali arrives Felixstowe, 6 November 2017

The 2012-built 13,500 TEU container ship Jebel Ali arrives at Felixstowe, around noon, on the 6th November 2017

UASC Al Nasriyah container ship arrives DP World Southampton, 16 July 2017

UASC Container Ship the ‘Al Nasriyah’ arrives at Southampton from Antwerp for a scheduled arrival time of 15:15pm 16th July 2017. She has 3 Svitzer Tugs, Bargate the leading tug,…

UASC ‘Umm Qarn’ Container Ship arrives at Southampton, 9 July 2017

The 15,000 TEU UASC Container Ship Umm Qarn arrives in Southampton from Tangier, passing Town Quay for DP World Southampton berth SCT5 but she was a little earlier than expected….

UASC Salahuddin arrives at Felixstowe. 12 May 2017

UASC’s 2015-built container vessel Salahuddin arrives at Felixstowe on Friday, 12th May 2017.

UASC Al Mashrab rounds Beach End turn, 6 April 2016

UASC Ultra Large Container Ship Al Mashrab rounds Beach End turn on her way to the berth at Felixstowe, 6th April 2017

UASC Salahuddin sails from Felixstowe, 12 February, 2017

UASC’s 15,000 TEU container ship Salahuddin clears berth 9 at Felixstowe on the misty and breezy morning of 12th February, 2017:

UASC Salahuddin sails from Felixstowe, 26 August, 2016

UASC’s !5,000 TEU Ultra Large Container Ship Salahuddin sailing from the Port of Felixstowe on the morning of 26th August, 2016.

Down the Thames aboard MV Balmoral, passing London Gateway, 24 June 2016

A short clip filmed aboard 1949-built MV Balmoral, passing the UK’s newest port, London Gateway opened in 2013.

APL launches new FEX service towards Felixstowe; 28 July 2016

In its first major service announcement since its takeover by CMA-CGM, APL has announced a new Asia-Europe service pointed at Felixstowe . .

UASC drops Felixstowe call, moves another to Gateway, July 2016

UASC’s Al Mashrab has dropped her Felixstowe call due for 16th July 2016, and shift the Al Dahna’s call, due for 24th July, to London Gateway.

3 tugs for UASC Ultra Large Al Zubara, breezy afternoon 7 July 2016

Svitzer Deben, Svitzer Shotley and Svitzer Sky were all employed to bring in UASC Ultra Large Container Ship Al Zubara on the breezy afternoon of 7th July 2016.

UASC’s TIHAMA at the Port of Felixstowe 14/6/16

uasc’s 400m x 59m vessel TIHAMA arriving at the Port of Felixstowe at 7am on 14/6/16. IMO 9736107 DRAUGHT 15.4 Filmed by Paul Hiett

UASC Tihama alongside, maiden call Felixstowe, 16 Mar 2016

Latest of UASC’s fleet of mega-ships, Tihama, alongside and working cargo during her maiden call at Felixstowe, 16th March, 2016.

UASC Ultra Large fleet continues Gateway calls; 17 Feb 2016

Al Dahna last weekend, Barzan two weeks after – London Gateway receives UASC major vessels as Ocean 3 alliance in trouble:

UK Maiden Call: UASC Al Zubara at London Gateway, 25 Jan 2015

UASC ultra large container ship alongside for her maiden call at London Gateway on the Thames, 25th January, 2016.

UASC supership Al Zubara heading to London Gateway for maiden call? 23 Jan 2015

Originally scheduled to call at the Port of Felixstowe, United Arab Shipping Company’s brand new vessel Al Zubara is now listed to make her UK maiden call at London Gateway…

ULCS’s Mary Maersk & Al Murabba share newly extended quay, 9 Jan 2016

Mary Maersk arrives at Felixstowe to join UASC Al Murabba on the Port of Felixstowe’s new berth 8 & 9 complex. This is the first time a 368 metre and…

View from the bridge – Al Muraykh at Gateway, 1st January, 2016

Join us on the bridge of UASC’s Ultra-Large Container Ship Al Muraykh at London Gateway, and meet the Captain and Chief Officer as the ship is unloaded.

World Record container load aboard Al Muraykh arrives London Gateway, 1st Jan 2015

On New Years Day, 2016, we’re on the quay at DP World London Gateway to see the UASC Al Muraykh alongside, carrying a world record cargo of 18,601 TEU (Twenty-foot…

Gateway to get World record container load on New Year’s Day

UASC Ultra Large Container Ship Al Muraykh will be carry her world-record load of 18.601 TEU into DP World London Gateway on 1st January, not Felixstowe as originally planned: