As mentioned last month, AM274 has left the shores of Washington State as she makes her way across the water to her new home in Europe.
This is where she has been to date:
Left our shop in two containers on Monday 3 March 2014 …
After being held up in Customs for a little more than a week, she finally made it on board a container ship and left the Port of Tacoma on Friday 21 March 2014 …
Sailed to the Port of Oakland where she waited a day and then headed farther south to arrive at the Port of Los Angeles on Wednesday 26 March 2014 …
She left the Port of Los Angeles late in the evening of 26 March and began making her way south to the Panama Canal where she arrived in the wee morning hours of Thursday 3 April 2014.
There she waited at anchor for a bit more than 8 hours before it was her turn to travel through the Panama Canal.
Once through the Canal she docked at the Port of Manzanillo for the rest of the night.
At about daybreak on Thursday 4 April 2014, she began making her way toward the Port of Savannah.
She arrived at the Port of Savannah on Tuesday 8 April 2014 where she spent the bulk of the day.
From Savannah, she had a short, little journey to the Port of Norfolk, where she arrived in the morning of Thursday 10 April and departed again around 9:30 pm (local time).
As I post this message now, she is patiently waiting at anchor just off Long Island, New York as she waits her turn to make it in to the Port of New York.
I don’t know what her next port of call will be, and won’t know until she gets into New York and begins her journey once more.
It has been fun following her progress, and I will continue to post her travels as she makes her way across the Atlantic Ocean as she gets ever closer to her new home in Europe!
Thanks for checking in on her!