The bulk carrier "Resilient Africa" left the port of Chornomorsk on 19 September.
Data from ship monitoring services show this, the CFTS portal reports.
It is one of the bulk carriers that were the first to use the temporary Black Sea corridor established by Ukraine for ships sailing to and from Ukrainian ports.
According to the available information, the vessel is bound for Israel.
The bulk carriers "Aroyat" and "Resilient Africa" entered the port of Chornomorsk and docked to load grain on Saturday, 16 September. They are the first two vessels to enter one of the ports of Greater Odesa after Russia's withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative (grain deal) and the first to use the temporary Black Sea corridor that Ukraine established for ships sailing to its ports.
The Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) said that 20,000 tons of wheat would be loaded onto the bulk carriers and that these Ukrainian agricultural products would be delivered to countries in Africa and Asia.
Previously, the corridor, which was established by a Ukrainian Navy navigational order, was used to evacuate vessels that were in the Ukrainian ports of Chornomorsk, Odesa, and Pivdennyi at the time of the full-scale Russian invasion. Five vessels have now used the temporary corridor since 15 August: the container ship Joseph Schulte, the bulk carriers Primus, Anna-Theresa, Ocean Courtesy, and Puma.