Oil tanker: The Marida Mulberry is is due at the Oil Docks in St George’s on Thursday. *Photo courtesy of www.scheepvaartwest.be.
Oil tanker: The Marida Mulberry is is due at the Oil Docks in St George’s on Thursday. *Photo courtesy of www.scheepvaartwest.be.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2: Ships carrying sand and fuel arrive in Bermuda this week.

While the old town of St George’s will welcome its third and final cruise call of the year.

Earlier this week the bulk carrier MV Gil arrived at Penno’s Wharf to bring in supplies for the hospital building project.

The ship came through Town Cut on Sunday afternoon and left the island yesterday at 5pm bound for Nova Scotia.

She’ll be back again around November 9 with more aggregate for the roads in Bermuda.

While the Marida Mulberry fuel tanker is due to get into the Oil Docks in St George’s tomorrow morning.

The ship is scheduled to leave later the same day.

The Seven Seas Navigator makes her second trip to Bermuda of 2011.

The cruise ship and her 450 passengers will arrive in Hamilton at 10 tomorrow before transferring to Penno’s Wharf in St George’s on Saturday morning.

She will stay in the East End until 3pm when she sets sail for Nassau in the Bahamas.

The Seven Seas Navigator’s first journey of the year to Bermuda was back in April.

Today is the Norwegian Gem’s final call of the year to Bermuda.

Last week two passengers died during the homeward bound voyage although authorities in the US have said there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of the 67-year-old woman and 23-year-old man.

The Gem gets into Dockyard this morning and heads back across the Atlantic to New York on Friday.

Finally all three container ships will be arriving in Bermuda this week.

The Somers Isles comes into Hamilton this morning and will be followed tomorrow by the Bermuda Islander.

The Oleander is due into the capital on Sunday afternoon.