NYK has released their week 7 schedule, with no real surprises, just the usual pattern of dates sliding right. It's really very easy for ships to fall behind, it's MUCH more difficult (read as: expensive) for them to make up time and/or get ahead of schedule.
WW, on the other hand, has now completely cancelled a voyage for the second week in a row, although they did insert a new a ship to replace last week's cancellation, and added some at the end of the list.
I also went back and added Heritage Leader's voyage, now that it has been completely confirmed that some BMW i4s were unloaded from it at Port Hueneme, even though it never actually went to Bremerhaven. We had heard some suggestions from the Genius line that this was possible, but in every case, the ship still actually went to Bremerhaven, and usually the named ship often hadn't actually been to Zeebrugge in the purported timeframe. Based on those, it was much more likely that a stop sale or missing item being installed was the cause for a brief 'In Transit' status. Due to the unreliability of the Genius' reporting of these Zeebrugge loadings, I'm not going to add ships to this list based on Genius reports unless the same events can be confirmed: A named ship that does not goes to Bremerhaven, is provided to a buyer, and this name remains associated until off-loading in California.
This sequence has been vanishingly rare, as in this is the first such occurrence I'm aware of that actually has been confirmed, and I'm chalking it up as an experiment similar to the AutoEnergy flustercluck, but this was far more successful than that nightmare. If this starts happening regularly, maintaining this list from two ports of export will be more work than I'm interested in, sorry about that. if the backlog at Bremerhaven is clearing up though, it probably won't be repeated.