Published: 2018-04-30

Vistula Maersk arrives in the North

Shipping Vistula Maersk arrives in the North

Photo: Maersk Line

The brand-new feeder, offering 3,596 TEU of carrying capacity (incl. 600 reefers), made its maiden calls to the Port of St. Petersburg's Petrolesport (PLP) and First Container Terminal (FCT) on 20 April.

The 1A ice class vessel, 200 m-long and 35.2 m-wide, will be shortly joined by her sister ship Volga Maersk. The two will serve Seago Line's L16/L01 service that connects Rotterdam's APM Terminals 1, Delta Container Terminal, and APM Terminals Maasvlakte 2 with St. Petersburg's PLP and FCT.

Five other feeders of the same class will be deployed during the coming months across a number of Seago Line's services in the Baltic and North Seas. They will replace smaller ships in the 1,400-1,700 TEU range.

Vistula Maersk being handled at the First Container Terminal in the Port of St. Petersburg (photo: Maersk Line)


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