Tuesday, April 6

British coastal tanker Audacity (2,965/97) arrived from Milford Haven to discharge petroleum products at the FOS terminal and later sailed for Pembroke. Honduran bulk cement carrier Cementina (899/60) moved from the bay and proceeded up the river to Lighterage Quay, Truro to discharge cement. Bahamas registered icebreaker/ cruise vessel Polar Star (3,963/69) drydocked in number four drydock to repair bottom damage sustained in Antarctica. RFA Fort Victoria (28,821/93) berthed on the Duchy Wharf to begin a four-month long refit. Isle of Man flagged cargo vessel Emily-C (2,744/96) arrived from Fowey for bunkers in the Carrick Roads. South Wales based harbour tug Hallgarth (223/79) assisted the Fort Victoria and later sailed for Bristol Channel.

Wednesday, April 7

Isle of Man registered chemical tanker Maersk Rhone (21,818/99)from Gibraltar and anchored in the bay and later sailed to Rotterdam. Bermudan P&O car ferry European Diplomat (16,776/78) arrived in the bay for repairs before resuming her voyage from Le Havre to Dublin. Emily-C sailed for Three Rivers, Canada. British salvage tug Anglian Princess (2,258/02) arrived from Mounts Bay and moored alongside the County Wharf. Cementina sailed from Truro for Aalborg, Denmark. Danish cable layer Maersk Recorder (6,292/00) sailed from the River Fal to carry out trials in the bay and returned to the River Fal.

Thursday, April 8

Panamanian reefer Pentland Phoenix (7,313/92) arrived from Sheerness for bunkers in the bay and sailed for Panama Canal. New Zealand cargo vessel Dory (631/76) sailed from the inner harbour for an undisclosed destination. Cyprus flagged bulk carrier Kapitan Nazarev (14,141/84) arrived from Dudinka, Russia for bunkers. Norwegian bulk carrier Skauboard (34,885/97) arrived from Portbury, Bristol for bunkers in the bay. Cypriot reefer Sandino Bay (4,980/85) arrived from Cuxhaven for bunkers in the bay and sailed for Charlottetown, Canada. Anglian Princess sailed from the docks and anchored in Falmouth bay. Humber Arm (7,587/76) arrived from Tilbury for bunkers.

Friday, April 9

Antiguan cargo vessel BBC America (4,086/99) arrived from Southampton for bunkers and sailed for the West Indies. Humber Arm sailed for Canada. HMS Severn P282 (1,700/03) berthed on the Kings Wharf. Aviation training vessel RFA Argus A135 (26,421/81) arrived from sea and berthed alongside the County Wharf. Fast ferry Hoverspeed Great Britain (3,003/90) arrived from Belfast via Milford Haven and berthed on the Queens Wharf. British coaster Hoo Marlin (794/86) arrived from Belfast. Norwegian tanker Kirsten (44,322/88) arrived from New York for bunkers in the bay. Kapitan Nazarev sailed for Santander, Spain.

Saturday, April 10

Liberian products tanker Taman (26,218/96) arrived from Setubal for bunkers in the bay. Tug Hallgarth arrived from Poole towing the dredger Sand Harrier (2,751/90). Cypriot chemical tanker Arctic Point (23,235/03) arrived from Ventspils, Latvia for bunkers. Hoo Marlin berthed at Dean Quarry to discharge stone and later anchored in Falmouth. Taman sailed for Milford Haven. Hoverspeed Great Britain sailed from the docks for Jersey.

Sunday, April 11

Arctic Point sailed for New York. Marshall Islands registered chemical tanker Alioth Star (10,937/85) arrived from Paulsboro, New Jersey for bunkers in the bay. Dutch coaster Daan (741/79) arrived with a cargo of pipes, and anchored in the inner harbour. HMS Severn P282 sailed from the docks on fishery patrol. Danish coaster Dania Kirsten (1,882/76) arrived from Kings Lynn for bunkers in the bay.

Monday, April 12

Kirsten sailed for Bantry Bay. Alioth Star sailed for Rotterdam. Dania Kirsten sailed for Pasajes, Spain. BP tanker British Endurance (23,235/02) arrived from Montreal, Canada for bunkers in the bay.

The dredger Sand Harrier arrived in tow of the tug Hallgarth over the weekend following a grounding incident at Poole when with a pilot onboard and a tug in attendance the dredger struck a sandbank. RMC Marine's marine manager Ian Blair said: "As a result of the grounding the ship lost its Schilling rudder and has suffered other damage the full extent of which will not be known until the vessel is drydocked."

Aided by two harbour tugs Sand Harrier drydocked in number three drydock yesterday for a full bottom survey. RMC Marine operate the 1990 built Sand Harrier on the south coast. The ship dredges aggregate off the coast which is then delivered ashore. The ship was taking a full cargo to Poole when the incident occurred.