The cranes in Boston look so much bigger but only go 22 containers wide? I'm guessing it's a matter of height that makes the difference between 8000 TEU and 14,000 TEU. These kind of seem on the small side for such a major port expansion. Halifax also has much bigger cranes.
From Massport website:
"BOSTON – Three new low-profile, Neo-Panamax cranes have arrived at Conley Container Terminal, ending a 10-week journey from Shanghai, China. These cranes, along with a new berth and a deepened Boston Harbor, enable Boston to handle larger ships, providing New England importers and exporters greater access and connectivity to the global marketplace, facilitating future growth at Conley Terminal. Two of the cranes are 205 feet tall with a lifting height of 160 feet and can reach 22 container rows wide, and are the tallest low profile cranes in the world. These new cranes will efficiently service larger container ships holding 12,000-14,000 TEUs. "
From Halifax Port Authority:
"Back in September 2020, PSA Halifax welcomed the largest containership ever to call at a Canadian port when the 15,072 TEU CMA CGM Brazil arrived at the Port of Halifax."