March 2: Sarah Dann, a Louisiana-based tug, arrived from Devant, La., and delivered a flat barge to Cianbro’s Eastern Manufacturing Facility in Brewer to be loaded with refinery modules. The trip is the second of an expected 18 loads bound for a location on the Ohio River that the company is not disclosing. The tug, now docked in Searsport, is tentatively scheduled to pick up the loaded barge April 16.

March 21: Denali, a New York-based tug, arrived in Searsport from Portsmouth, N.H., and delivered 72,000 barrels of kerosene. It departed March 22 for New York.

March 23: Great Eastern, a 600-foot Irving Oil tanker, arrived in Searsport from Saint John, N.B., and delivered 80,000 barrels of gasoline. On March 24, it continued to Bucksport and delivered, cargo and quantity unknown, then departed March 25 for Providence, R.I.

March 28: Bluefin, an articulated tug and barge, arrived in Searsport from Saint John, N.B., and delivered 70,000 barrels of asphalt. It departed March 29 for New York. Denali returned to Searsport from Boston and delivered 20,000 barrels of ethanol. It departed March 30 for Portland.

April 3: Chemical Pioneer, a 662-foot chemical tanker, arrived in Searsport from Wilmington, N.C., and delivered caustic soda. It departed April 4 for New York.

April 4: Great Eastern returned to Searsport via Portland and delivered 75,000 barrels of diesel and 80,000 barrels of heating oil. On April 5, it continued to Bucksport and delivered, cargo and quantity unknown, then departed April 6 for Saint John, N.B.

April 5: Denali returned to Searsport from New York and delivered 35,000 barrels of ethanol. It departed April 6 for Portland.

Expected arrivals:

April 10 — Cielo di Angra, to Searsport, from Cartagena, Colombia, delivering 80,000 tons of petroleum coke.

April 11 — Iver Prosperity, to Searsport, from Saint John, N.B., cargo unknown.