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Sunday, September 22, 2019

LYNN PORT IN SPRING

LYNN PORT IN SPRING During April and May, 27 ships arrived and 25 departed the port which was slightly fewer than in the two previous...

Autumn at the Port of King’s Lynn

Dr Paul Richards, member of the King’s Lynn Conservancy Board responsible for the navigation and pilotage of the port, takes a closer look at...

AUTUMN AT THE PORT

In October and November, 31 ships arrived and departed our Wash port, with 11 and 17 in ballast respectively.   The Dredger UKD Cherry Sand...

Winter at the port

Over December and January, 29 ships arrived in King’s Lynn Port and 26 departed, with 12 and 16 in ballast (or without cargo) respectively....

Late Summer at the Port of King’s Lynn

Dr Paul Richards, member of the King’s Lynn Conservancy Board responsible for the navigation and pilotage of the port, takes a closer look at...

SUMMER AT THE PORT

SUMMER AT THE PORT July saw a welcome upturn in the Port’s trade. Over the two months, 33 merchant ships arrived and 31 departed, of...

Autumn at the port

Over October and November 31 cargo ships arrived and 31 vessels departed our Wash haven – 13 and 20 respectively were in ballast.   Some...

Summer at the Port of King’s Lynn

Dr Paul Richards, member of the King’s Lynn Conservancy Board responsible for the navigation and pilotage of the port, takes a closer look at...

SPRING AT THE PORT

During April and May 29, ships arrived at Lynn and 28 departed, with seven and 19 in ballast respectively.  This included the dredger Cherry...

SPRING AT THE PORT

During February and March, 31 cargo ships arrived and 32 departed the port with 11 and 20 in ballast respectively.   Overall, these two months...