The Boa Loke is on its way from the Bahamas to Sweden, but its next stop is the Azores. *Photo supplied
The Boa Loke is on its way from the Bahamas to Sweden, but its next stop is the Azores. *Photo supplied

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30: The salvage tug Boa Loke called into the commercial berth in Dockyard yesterday on her way back to Europe.

She picked up fuel, provisions and water during her brief stop to tide her over until she reaches the Azores.

The 46-tonne tug came in from the Bahamas and is destined for her homeport in Sweden.

The Boa Loke is one of a fleet of vessels operated by Boa Tugs that provides towage services across the world.

Earlier this week the tanker Ebony called in at St George’s Oil Docks and Dockyard to deliver diesel and gas. She left yesterday.

The Europa cruise ship made an earlier than planned appearance in Hamilton yesterday.

She made good time on her voyage across the Atlantic and arrived a day earlier than expected.

The cruise ship is on her way to the Caribbean after a summer season in Europe.

She will be in Hamilton until Thursday morning when she and her 297 passengers head to Grand Turks.

The Bermuda Islander is scheduled to arrive on Thursday morning as per usual.

Finally this week the Queen Victoria makes her second trip to the island of the year.

The vessel, which recently became a Bermudian-flagged ship, will arrive in Dockyard on Saturday morning.

She only stops in on the island for a matter of hours before heading off to Charleston later the same day.