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Kings Lynn
Saturday, June 25, 2022

LATE SPRING AT THE PORT

LATE SPRING AT THE PORT During April and May, 18 merchant ships arrived and 18 departed King’s Lynn port with five and 11 vessels in...

SUMMER AT THE PORT OF LYNN 

 In June and July, 29 ships arrived and departed our Wash harbour.  Scandinavian and Baltic timber was again the main import with nine vessels unloading....

THE PORT IN LATE SUMMER

Over August and September, 35 ships arrived and 35 departed our King’s Lynn Wash port with 19 and 17 vessels in ballast respectively. This...

THE PORT IN SUMMER

Over June and July, 23 cargo ships arrived and 22 departed our Wash port, with 13 and 10 vessels in ballast respectively.   Its trade...

WINTER AT THE PORT OF KING’S LYNN

WINTER AT THE PORT OF KING’S LYNN Every January, the Port authorities assess its overall trade figures for the past year.  In 2016, cargo tonnage...

THE PORT IN SPRING

During April and May, 22 cargo ships arrived and 23 departed our Wash haven, with 15 and seven in ballast respectively.    Exports were more...

THE PORT IN SPRING

In February and March 30 cargo ships arrived and departed King’s Lynn, with 22 and eight in ballast respectively. Shipping in February was adversely affected...

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...

AUTUMN AT THE PORT

Over October and November, 46 cargo ships arrived and 44 departed King’s Lynn with 21 and 19 in ballast respectively.   These figures represent the...

THE PORT IN SPRING

Over February and March 30 cargo ships arrived and 29 departed the port of King’s Lynn, with 17 and nine in ballast respectively. February’s shipping...