Daily Ocean News Bulletin 10th November

Nov 10, 2021 | Bulletin

Your daily update for Felixstowe, Southampton and London Gateway Ports, with the latest news on road and weather conditions, port turnaround times and vessel arrivals.

Felixstowe Port

Road   A12 southbound between the A120 Colchester East and the junction with the A133, congestion. A14 westbound between junctions J39 Kentford and J38 Newmarket East, congestion. A14 eastbound between junctions J46 and J49 Stowmarket West, A14 eastbound between J46 and J47, A14 eastbound between J47A and J49, roadworks. A14 westbound between junctions J43 Bury St Edmunds Central and J38 Newmarket East, A14 westbound within J43, A14 westbound between J39 and J38, roadworks. A14 eastbound exit slip at junction J42 Bury St Edmunds West, A14 J42 eastbound exit, roadworks. A14 westbound between junctions J39 Kentford and J36 A11 junction, A14 westbound between J39 and J38, A14 westbound within J36, roadworks. A12 southbound exit slip to the A1124, A12 southbound exit for A1124, roadworks. A12 northbound exit slip to the A1124, A12 northbound exit for A1124, roadworks. A120 westbound between the junctions with the A131 North and the A131 South, emergency roadworks. A12 northbound entry slip from the A130, roadworks.

Port – 8/9 lack of VBS yesterday afternoon, which followed suit throughout the night and in turn caused issues when trying to load containers overnight. This has followed on to this morning with the next available VBS on Landguard being 10:00am.

Vessel – MSC Michelle (Working), Zim Haifa (Working), Seatrade Orange (Working), Gardiner (Working), MSC Regulus (Working), CSCL Artic Ocean (Inbound), MSC Alicante (Inbound), MSC Apolline (Inbound), GSL Ningbo (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.   

Southampton Port

Road – A3 southbound between the A325 and the junction with the A272 Petersfield north, congestion. A34 northbound between the junctions with the A303 and the A343, congestion. M3 eastbound at junction J14, roadworks. M3 eastbound between junctions J14 and J13, M3 eastbound within J14, M3 eastbound between J14 and J13, roadworks. M3 eastbound between junctions M27 and J13, roadworks.  M3 slip road to the M27 westbound, roadworks. M3 westbound between junction J14 and the M27, roadworks. M3 westbound between junction J14 and the M27, M3 westbound between J13 and J14, M3 J14 westbound to M27 J4 eastbound, roadworks. M27 slip road to the M3 eastbound, M27 J4 eastbound and M3 J14 eastbound, roadworks. M27 westbound between junctions J8 and J7, M27 westbound within J8, M27 westbound within J7, roadworks.

Port – Port was busy late yesterday afternoon causing over 2-hour delays but, all running well this morning. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel – MOL Treasure (Working), Burgundy (Inbound), Seatrade Orange (Cancelled), Maersk Bali (Inbound), Independent Quest (Inbound), JSP Mistral (Inbound), HMM Garam (Inbound), JSP Slidur (Inbound), CMA CGM Iskenderun (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.

London Gateway Port

Road  A2 westbound at the junction with the M25, congestion. M25 clockwise at junction J1B, congestion. M25 clockwise entry slip at junction J2, congestion. A20 eastbound exit slip to the M25, congestion. M25 anticlockwise at junction J29, congestion. M4 eastbound at junction J5, broken down vehicle. M25 anticlockwise exit slip at junction J6, congestion. M11 northbound between junctions J5 and J6, barrier repairs. M1 northbound between junctions J1 and J5, roadworks. M4 eastbound exit slip at junction J4, M4 J4 eastbound exit, connector at M4 J4/M4 spur (Heathrow), roadworks.

Port – Issues being reported at 32 Berth, with long delays to be expected, due to top lift having to be escorted by police every time it needs to go to a different zone. Hapag are now shut from London Gateway Quay until further notice. DP Gateway no issues to report at present. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel  Hudson Express (Complete) now (Departed) Leo C (Complete), Cap San Raphel (Working), CMA CGM Fort St Charles (Working), Santa Isabel (Inbound), Archer (Inbound), MSC Palak (Inbound), CMA CGM Sinnamary (Inbound), MSC Pegasus (Cancelled), Maersk Kimi (Inbound), CMA CGM Jean Gabriel (Inbound), MSC Hamburg (Inbound), Monte Olivia (Inbound), MSC Shaula (Cancelled), UASC Al Khor (Inbound), Frederik (Inbound), MOL Guardian ((Cancelled), MSC Florentina (Inbound), MSC Ingrid (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.

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