Port sum - Boston In the Port of Boston the Freedom had...

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In the Port of Boston the Freedom had been loaded with 9,564 tons of cargo. The ship loaded 156 containers. The ship discharged 150 boxes and Re-stowed 7 boxes while there. In total we achieved loading and discharging in 307 moves including Re-stowed boxes. In Boston, there were 34 forty-foot containers which were discharged and barged down to New York. The cost of barging the containers was $675. When planning for our trip to New York City we noticed our draft to be too deep so we chose to go outside of the Cape Cod Canal and go around the cape. The following chart shows the number containers loaded and the ports that they are going to. While in Boston the freedom refueled and bunkered approximately 579.2 metric tons of fuel spread evenly between the port and starboard tanks. The arrival drafts in Boston were as follows fwd 25.96 feet, aft 31.24 feet, and mean 28.60 feet. The departure drafts were fwd 26.0 feet, aft 32.04 feet, and mean28.6 feet. Rotterdam
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