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North Harbour Shipping llc was established in 1994. We are located in Naples, Florida and operate as an international shipbrokers and commodity brokers for specialized products. Our vast experience in this industry has helped us establish relationships with many ship owners, suppliers, buyers and other various companies that require transportation for their cargoes across the globe.
Whether you need Salt for deicing, water softening and/or the chemical industry, we are here to assist you in anyway.
We can provide FOB and C & F pricing into the United States,including the Great lakes and Canada, Europe, China, South Korea
Worried about delays at the Panama Canal, we have other alternatives. Don't get caught short on Salt, it could be expensive mistake.
We are able to provide pricing basis FOB and C&F Terms
Metallurgical Coal and Petcoke
Metallurgical Coal is now available in Port Mobile
Any interested Buyers?
MV "CALLIO" EX JASMINE ACE *CO2 FITTED
- 32,946.06 MT DWAT ON 10.019 MSSW
- BUILT 2006 / SD/ST/BC /
- PANAMA FLAG / IMO : 9310721 / CALL SIGN – YJUX2
- LOA 177 M / BEAM 28.40 M
- GT 19,883 / NT 11,140
- 5/5 HO/HA
- CRANES 4 X 30 MT
- HATCH OPENINGS - NO.1 – 15.2 M X 15.8 M / NO. 2,3,4,5 – 20 M X 19 M
- FOLDING TYPE - HYDRAULIC
- CAPACITIES GRAIN 42,857 CUM
- INDIVIDUAL HOLD GRAIN CUBICS IN CUM
NO.1 - 6834
NO.2 - 9165
NO.3 - 9170
NO.4 - 9170
NO.5 - 8518
- AUSSIE FITTED, GRAIN FITTED, CO2 FITTED
MV "CALLIO" ABT 12 KNOTS ON ABT 18.5 MT IFO 380 + 0.1 MT MDO. PORT IDLE ABT 2 MT IFO 380 + 0.1 MT MDO. WORKING ABT 3 MT IFO 380 + 0.1 MT MDO.
ABOVE SPEED/CONSUMPTION IS BASIS LOADED.
SPEED/CONSUMPTION IS IN GOOD WEATHER /SEAS AND UNDERSTOOD TO MEAN ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS NOT EXCEEDING FORCE BEAUFORT SCALE 4 (MAX 16 KNOTS) AND DOUGLAS SEA STATE 3 (MAX 5 FEET AS UPPER LIMIT OF WIND DRIVEN SEAS), WITHOUT ADVERSE CURRENT AND NO NEGATIVE INFLUENCE FROM SWELL (MAX 5 FEET). VSL'S ENGINES MAY BURN DO, GO AND / OR EXTRA FO DURING THE WHOLE CHARTER PERIOD WHILE ENTERING AND LEAVING PORT OR MANOUVERING OR STEAMING IN CONFINED OR RESTRICTED/SHALLOW WATER, USING CRANES TRANSITING CANALS, BALLASTING AND DEBALLASTING OPERATIONS AND STOPPING STARTING THE ENGINES.
CONSUMPTION PERFORMANCE IS TO BE EVALUATED SOLELY DURING PERIODS OF GOOD WHEATHER, WITH MINIMUM DURATION OF 24 SUCCESSIVE HOURS.
ADA, ABOUT IS UNDERSTOOD TO MEAN 5% DOWNWARDS IN THE SPEED AND 5% UPWARDS IN THE CONSUMPTION.
ALL DTLS ABT WOG
PERFORMING A COASTAL IN BRAZIL.
OPEN FORTALEZA/SALVADOR RGE
DEC 26/JAN 1ST 2024
FLAG/PANAMA - BUILT/1999 - CLASS:NKK
SDWT 31.762MT ON ABOUT 9,56MTRS SSW
GRT/NRT - 19.731MT/11.389MT
LOA/176,82MTRS - BEAM/29,40MTRS - DEPTH MOULDED/13,50MTRS
4 X 30,5MT CRANES
GRAIN 1,489,493 CFT
SPEED AND CONSUMPTION (NO ECO SPEED OPTION) AS FOLLOWS
ABT 12 KNOTS ON ABT 18MT VLSFO (MAX 0.5 PCT SULPHUR) + ABT 0.2MT LSMGO
PORT IDLE/WORKING ABT 2 MT VLSFO (MAX 0.5 PCT SULPHUR) + ABT 0.2 MT LSMGO
THE ABOVE SPEED/CONSUMPTION FIGURES ARE GIVEN ALWAYS ON THE BASIS OF CALM SEA
AND GOOD WEATHER CONDITIONS IE. UPTO WINDFORCE BF 4/DOUGLAS SEA STATE 3 AND
PROVIDED NO ADVERSE CURRENTS/SWELL AFFECTING SPEED.
ALL DTLS ABT WOG
Ex M.V. MARATHA PRIDE
STRGD FOR ALTERNATE HOLD LDG
BUILT / FLAG : 2011 ONOMICHI, SAIKI YARD /PANAMA
37,221 MT DWT ON 10.869 M SSW
LOA 177.85 M / BEAM 28.60 M
GRAIN CAPACITY : 45790 M3
5 HOHA HYDRAULIC END FOLDING TYPE
TPC AT SUMMER DRAFT : 45.67 MT
GRT / NRT : 22863 / 12519
HATCH SIZES : NO. 1) 15.20 x 20.00 M 2 - 5) 22.40 x 24.00 M
4 x 30 MT ELECTRO HYDRAULIC CRANES (24 MT IN GRAB MODE) CLASS NK
SPEED / CONSUMPTION
LOADED / BALLAST – ABT 14.00 KNOTS ON ABT 26.0 MT IFO (380 CST)
PORT CONSUMPTION: IDLE : ABT 2.0 MT IFO + ABT 0.20 MT MDO
WORKING : ABT 4.8 MT IFO + ABT 0.20 MT MDO ECONOMIC SPEED & CONSUMPTION (REFERENCE ONLY / WOG) ABT 12.0 KNOTS ON ABT 18.5 MT IFO (380CST)
My Favorite Vessel working in ECSA
*Vessel CO2 fitted and A60 bulkhead
(Grabber 4 x 8 cbm)
mv "Rays" (ex Da Shi Tong) Panama Flag/sd/bc/built 1997 (Hakodate Dock Co. - Japan)
IMO 9142954 / call sign 3FXT7 / Class NK / PANDI UK
31,802 mt dwat on 9.562 mssw (TPC 45.60)
Loa 176.82 m / Beam 29.40 m / Depth 13.50 m
GRT 19,731 / NRT 11,839
Cranes 4 x 30 mts (cranes outreach 8.50 m)
5 hoha (ha opening fore+aft)
Grain cbm breakdown
nr.1 = 6583.3 / nr.2/3/4 = 8921 each /nr.5 = 8831.70
about 1,489,502cbft grain
Hatch size breakdown
nr.1 = 13,60 m x 15 m / nr.2/3/4/5 = 20 m x 19.60 m
Holds 2-3-4 are Box Shaped
abt 12 knots on abt 18 mt/day IFO380 + abt 0.2 mt/day MDO
in port idle/working abt 2.0 mt/day IFO380 + abt 0.2 mt/day MDO
FO 380 cst ISO 8217 2010 RMG 380
MDO ISO-8217 2010 DMB
all dtls abt wog
WORKING COAST OF BRAZIL
M/V "DAHLIA " EX DUSITA NAREE
BUILT 26 SEPT 1997 AT CHEUNGKU MARINEIND.CO
SUMMER: 18486 MT / 9.065 M
WINTER: 17941 MT / 8.876 M
TROPICAL: 19033 MT / 9.254 M
VSLS LOADED TPC - 28.85 MT / FWA: 204 mm
LOA 144.75 M - LBP 133.50 M - BEAM 24.00 M - MOULDED DEPTH 12.80 M
AIR DRAFT FM KEEL 40.00 M
GRT/NRT 11474 / 6343
SUEZ GRT/NRT 11997.35 / 11394.66 (AS PER CLASS)
(SCNT DURING ONE OF HER TRANSIT WAS 10491.72 SCID NO: 23811
SINCE SCNT DEPENDS ON VARIABLE FACTORS CHARTS TO CONFIRM WITH
THEIR AGENTS ACTUAL SCNT FOR THE TRANSIT)
PANAMA NRT - 9656 - PANAMA SIN NO: 801992
4/4 HO/HA - 4 TSUJI ELECTRO HYDRAULIC CRANES X 30 MTONS HOOK USE AND 24 MT
FOR OPERATION WITH GRAB ( VSL NOT GRAB FITTED)
GEAR OUTREACH ABT: 7.2M - HOISTING SPEED ABT 18.5 M/MIN BASIS 30 MTONS
TANKTOP DIMENSIONS ALL IN METRES (ALL ABOUT)
NO 1 L 22.2, B FORE 4.90, AFT 17.7
NO 2 L 22.3, B 18.1
NO 3 L 22.3, B 18.1
NO 4 L 23.0, B FORE 18.1, AFT 10.4
HEIGHT UP TO COAMING: ABT 11.2 M HEIGHT OF COAMING: ABT 1.8 M
HATCH OPENINGS -
NO.1 - 16.9 X 12.60 M
NO. 2,3,4 - 17.5 X 14.0 M EACH
MACGREGOR HATCHES - SINGLE PULL CHAIN DRIVEN TYPE OPERATED BY
GRAIN/BALE - 24,016.8 / 22,682.9 CUM
CUBIC BREAKDOWN -
GRAIN - NO.1- 5,286.7 / 2 - 6,336.3 / 3 - 6,335.0 / 4 - 6,058.8
BALE - NO.1- 5,016.2 / 2 - 6,002.5 / 3 - 6,001.3 / 4 - 5,662.9
CO2 FITTED, ELEC VENT, AUSSIE FITTED, GRAIN FITTED
STRENGTH S - IN MT/M2
MAIN DECK - 2.5, MAIN DECK HATCHES - 2.0, TANKTOP - 17.0
IF VESSEL LOADS TO FULL DWT CAPACITY WITH HIGH DENSITY CARGOES
(I.E. CARGOES STOWING LESS THAN 35 CFT/MT), THEN VESSEL TO BE LOADED
Ray was introduced into shipping by Mr & Mrs James Olsner in 1981 of Oyster Bay, NY and was immediately employed by Oceanic Operations Corp after graduating The Kings College, NY.
He was responsible for dispatching a small fleet of tugs and fresh water barges and handled the fleet insurance. After getting his feet wet and enjoying the shipping industry he moved on to Moran Towing & Transportation Company which was located at the World Trade Center, NY where he dispacthed a fleet of ocean going tugs & barges as well as the pilots who navigated them. He broadened his knowledge of the New York Harbor as well as learning all the port restrictions, drafts and tide conditions in the Tri State area. In 1986 he joined the Bouchard Transportation Company of Hicksville, NY and gained invaluable experience working under Morty Bouchard III. In 1990 he joined Heath Chartering where he was hired as Operations Manager and was responsible for vessel operations as well appointing agents, invoicing, laytime calculations and final freights. As a result of his outstanding service, Ray was promoted to the chartering desk by management while continuing to maintain his vessel operational responsibilities. Ray worked as competitive broker and developed his own accounts. After much success at Heath Chartering, he and his wife, Leslie opened North Harbour Shipping in 1994.
Ray is primarily responsible for growing the company’s revenue, locating and qualifying new business contacts. His priority is to maintain customer relations and to communicate personally with his customers regarding current and future business projects. Ray continues to provide innovative ideas for his business and has the determination to find solutions for his client’s shipping needs and/ or finding new alternatives for getting the project completed.
He is considered an expert to pre and post-fixture advice to charterers, traders and owners. Ray oversees operations and logistics on voyages and time charters and pays close attention to the direction of the markets so North Harbour can advise their clients accurately on how to maximize profits and minimize expenses.
Leslie Hornosky, co-founder of North Harbour Shipping, Her role is vital to the daily operations since she is responsible for overlooking the companies financial accounting and investments.