This is contained in the daily publication of the authority, the Shipping Position, which was released in Lagos.
The publication said 25 of the expected vessels would arrive at different terminals with containers.
It said 19 others would sail in with petroleum products including kerosene, diesel, petrol and aviation fuel.
The NPA also said that 18 vessels would arrive at the ports with vehicles, while 17 others with rice, cocoa bean, frozen fish, wheat and sugar.
The publication said the remaining 16 vessels would sail in with general cargo including soda ash.
The vessels would berth at the following terminals :Tin-can Island Container terminal, 5 Star, Fishery Wharf and the Single Buoy Mooring terminal.