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Old September 13th, 2010, 06:21 PM   #101
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100th mega container ship in Rotterdam

Date 8/26/2010
Source Port of Rotterdam Authority

On Thursday 26 August, the Evelyn Maersk was the 100th ultra large container carrier (ULCC) to sail into the port of Rotterdam in 2010.

A ULCC is a ship that can carry more than 10,000 TEU (unit measurement for containers). It was less than three years ago that the first vessel of this capacity went into service. In the meantime, such ships dock in Rotterdam every other day, on average.
Hans Smits, Port of Rotterdam Authority CEO: The port of Rotterdam is ideally suited for these vessels with a length of around 400 m, now on the existing Maasvlakte and shortly also on Maasvlakte 2. After a sharp fall in container throughput during the crisis, this market sector is recovering surprisingly quickly: in the first half of 2010, almost 18% more containers were handled than in the first half of 2009.

At the moment, 42 ULCCs are in operation on the worlds seas. A further 145 of these giants are on order from shipyards. Maersk Line was the first shipping company to use ULCCs, in 2007. At the moment, the ULCCs of CMA CGM, Cosco, Hanjin and MSC also visit Rotterdam. Virtually all of the major shipping lines are investing in these vessels, because transport by container becomes cheaper as more can be transported at the same time.

The ULCCs always moor in Rotterdam at the ECT, APMT and Euromax quays on the Maasvlakte. Recently, the Port Authority decided to invest a further 175 million in widening the Amazonehaven so that the southern side of the ECT terminal will also remain easily accessible in the future if increasing numbers of such mega ships come into operation.

The new container terminals on Maasvlakte 2 are extremely suitable for receiving these ULCCs, because, when designing the new terminals, the size of these mammoth ships was taken into account and because the new port area is located close to the sea, so that there are no limits to its accessibility, such as depth and tides.


The festive arrival of the Evelyn Maersk with a Port of Rotterdam Authority patrol vessel spraying arcs of water (photo: Freek van Arkel).

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The German television (ARD) had an item about the construction of Maasvlakte 2, the newest extension of the port into the North Sea. In German only: link.

The future harbor extension:


And just in the news: the Dutch export in July has risen with 13 percent (to 30.6 billion euro) compared to July 2009, being again as high as before the financial crisis. The import is 15 percent up (to 27.5 billion). Still an 3.1 billion trade surplus. So that's good news for the European economy and especially good news for Rotterdam as the largest port in Europe and relying heavily on international trade.

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Rotterdan <3 Biggest port of Europe.

Port of Ostend

Port of Ostend serves mainly as a Ferry ports for passengers and cars. It also serves as a fishing port and a lot of big fishing vessels dock here, because of this Ostend houses the biggest fish marked in Belgium. There is also a small freight section but it's almost not worth to mention. The pillars for an offshore windmill project are also made here.









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Old September 20th, 2010, 12:47 PM   #103
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The Antwerp Port Authority announced today that it lacks a little over a year to finalize the relaunch that will definitely stop the Belgian and that the dredging of the Scheldt, the artery that connects Antwerp with the open sea.

The new grounds will be fully usable in December 2011. The first phase of work was completed, and this has led to a readjustment of traffic to and from the port. The ships have drafts between 13.4 and 14.6 meters have a window to the scale of the time and a half to three hours.

For ships with drafts up to 15 meters, the window has been extended by one hour. In the opposite direction, vessels with drafts greater than 13.4 meters have gained an extra hour, those with more than 14.8 meters are available half an hour extra - to the terminals which can be accessed without locks.
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Old October 5th, 2010, 12:45 AM   #104
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Modest decline in container traffic in the port of Algeciras

Modest decline in container traffic in the first eight months of the year in the port of Algeciras (Spain) . The statistics given by the Puertos de Estado reveal that in the first eight months of 2010 Algeciras it handled 1.656 million TEUs, compared to almost two million last year.
The reason for the loss of the flow of container lies in the diversion made by Danish company Maersk from Algeciras to the nearby mega-port of Tanger Med, Morocco.
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Old October 9th, 2010, 03:16 PM   #105
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FORMED IN THE BLUE OCEAN CRUISES

E 'was set up in Europe a new cruise company called Blue Ocean Cruises, which will market in India cruises on the MV Ocean Life, a former Life Easy Cruise. The first five-day cruise will depart from Mumbai to Goa on October 24.
Source: Chamber of Labour in Pozzallo
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INVESTMENT 1,6 bilion TO ANTWERP

The Antwerp Port Authority has approved an investment plan of 1.6 billion euro, to be completed by 2025. The plan provides, among other things, the construction of a second closed on the left bank of the Scheldt in Waaslandhaven, which should be completed by 2016, expanding the port areas of Verrebroek Saeftinghe Dock and Dock, the purchase of new barges, cranes tractors and the acquisition of new areas. The proposed investments will not be charged to the users of the port. Throughout 2011, the port fees will remain unchanged at current levels.

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Old October 9th, 2010, 04:08 PM   #107
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CATAMARAN NEW OPERATING BETWEEN MALTA AND POZZALLO (Sicily)


The catamaran, "Jean de la Valette", 107 meters long is capable of carrying 800 passengers and 156 cars at a maximum speed of 40 knots for the acquisition of new means the Maltese company has invested around 65 million euro.

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SET UP THE BLUE OCEAN CRUISES

E 'was set up in Europe a new company called Blue Ocean Cruises cruise , which will market in India cruises on the MV Ocean Life, a former Life Easy Cruise. The first five-day cruise will depart from Mumbai to Goa on October 24.

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I did some more research and found this:

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Birth of the Blue Ocean Cruises European company that will operate in India

Born Blue Ocean Cruises, the new European cruise line recently established with the aim to start selling cruises in the Indian waters by using the MV Oceanlife (ex easyCruise Life). The European company has established a branch in India, Blue Ocean Cruises India, and will begin operations with its first route to cruise three days and two nights with flights from Mumbai and Goa before returning to the airport in Mumbai, on 24 October 2010. The company plans to launch an itinerary of Lakshadweep for 4 nights in December 2010. Blue Ocean Cruises, also has an agreement with the airline Air India to offer its customers to combine or even stay connected with other cities in India. As stated by Oneil Khoso, CEO & MD, Blue Ocean Cruises India, now "Mumbai Port Trust has agreed to provide an anchor company dedicated to operate from Mumbai. In principle, we will offer two trips a week between Mumbai and Goa and the frequency will increase with the increase in demand, because the market is emerging now is not we run the risk that other companies have faced in the past. Our rates are between $ 3,000 to Rs 9,900 per person per night has. " Blue Ocean Cruises has acquired the vessel MV easyCruise Life was not used during 2010, last September. The Oceanlife, has 231 cabins including 35 suites (the largest suite is 400 sq ft), 121 outside cabins and 75 cabins. "Almost all the cabins have been designed to accommodate four passengers, which is largely the creation of the Indian family. In order to attract families, there will also be discounts on the accommodation of passengers in the third and fourth bed. Besides this, there will be a discount for those who are on their honeymoon, or those who want effectual events on board. The cruise ship offers a meeting room that can accommodate up to 200 people. We have already received a reservation of a rental for two nights for a wedding for next December. In an effort to attract customers interested in chartering the ship, we will offer all inclusive packages. The short duration of the cruise will also allow the masses to enjoy a cruise experience at an affordable price to all. " Khoso points out, as the company is trying to negotiate with the government of Gujarat, for cruises and Diu to Porbandar. "We aim to connect the tourists to the Gir sanctuary, the Temple of Somnath and Dwarka in Gujarat by the sea, with the possibility to rent the ship for this itinerary. In addition, we are in discussion with Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation, Tourism Corporation of Gujarat and Goa Tourism Development Corporation Ltd, to jointly promote the cruise through their routes. The company plans to use the traditional channels of distribution, as well as model of online sales through its website [url] www.blueoceancruises.com [/ url].

Also noted this interesting link dedicated entirely to news of the cruise:

http://crocieremie.blogspot.com/2010...compagnia.html
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HAMBURG TO 8 million TEUS

The port of Hamburg is going to close 2010 with the movement of a volume between 7.7 and 8 million TEUs, compared to 7 million TEUs handled in 2009. All traffic will exceed 115 million tonnes, against 110 million tonnes in 2009. The prediction of the association between the port company UVHH stresses in the container sector as it is still well below pre-crisis levels, when the call had come close to selling 10 million TEUs a year. To consolidate the recovery, has launched a new project to expand the airport, which in 2014 will receive an annual contribution of EUR 100 million from local government, as well as funds to be defined by the central government.

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PORT OF BARCELONA IN SHOOTING

In September, the port of Barcelona has handled 3,638,605 tons of goods, 8, 7% more than the same month last year, but one in which the traffic had decreased by 13.1% compared to September 2008. Since the beginning of the airport has handled 31,574,068 tonnes of cargo, 1, 6% more than the same period in 2009. Remember that from January to September 2009 there was a decrease of 19.5% over the same period in 2008. The movement is increased by 5% to 1,421,563 TEUs. Overall, the general cargo increased by 5% to 20,545,881 tonnes, of which 13,995,876 tons containerized cargo (+7.4%) and 6,550,005 tonnes conventional (+2%). A slight decrease in both the liquid and dry bulk hydrocarbons. A decrease of 9.9%, also the dry bulk fell to 2,642,070 tons. Also increased passenger traffic, an increase of 9.8% in 2782.

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Germany, here is the Disney ship. Cruises for 4000


Great party last night in northern Germany for the ceremony to launch the Disney Dream cruise ship 128 000 tonnes and 4 thousand passengers who travel in full view of the brilliant Walt characters. The "Disney Dream", which measures 340 meters, was literally "unveiled" until recently was covered in a huge warehouse, the German Meyer shipyard in Papenburg. In late yesterday evening, Oct. 30, the huge portal was opened, and the ship, already in the water, is coming off slowly. The ship will leave the yard within 14 days for the North Sea. The final delivery is scheduled to Disney in December

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October 30, 2010

Denmark
Two thousand spectators
the Allure of the Seas


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The largest cruise ship in the world, the Allure of the Seas, made a spectacular exit from the Baltic Sea today for his first trip through just three feet under a large suspension bridge in Denmark thanks to retractable chimney.

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At 16:18 the ship out of the shipyards in Finland and Stx live in Florida, has passed under the bridge over the Great Belt, a source told AFP the operator of the bridge, one of the highest in the world. "He has gone smoothly, he said. It was close but it was fine. "
On a beach near two thousand people had gathered to witness the spectacular passage of the Allure of the Seas, emulates the same step taken by its sister ship Oasis of the Seas after the launch in 2009.
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Old November 7th, 2010, 01:13 AM   #113
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Something about italian ports:

PESCARA port (on Adriatic Sea):





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NAPLEAS:

a little part of port (turistic port):


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Old November 7th, 2010, 01:17 AM   #115
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VENICE port d'Altura (project):

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VENEZIA - NUOVO PORTO D'ALTURA


Comunicato Stampa con presentazione del progetto:

http://www.port.venice.it/pdv/archiv...rto_altura.pdf



Renders progetto:

http://www.port.venice.it/pdv/archiv...sentazione.pdf


Discorso di Costa (presidente dell'Autorit Portuale di Venezia):

http://www.port.venice.it/pdv/archiv...presidente.pdf



Video del progetto:





Sito internet: http://www.port.venice.it/

Video interessanti: http://www.youtube.com/user/PortOfVenice



VENEZIA - A GATE TO VENICE


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Un po' di rendering sui progetti approvati preso dal sito dell'autorit portuale di Venezia:

Porto d'Altura:









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CAGLIARI (Sardinia) - Italy - Porto Canale:



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Sicily

"Arichimede" turistic port of Siracusa (Italy)

new marina will be built Syracuse Archimedes

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Exceeds EUR 110 million the total investment for the new tourist port of Syracuse in Sicily, that Group Acqua Marcia is developing at the base of the historic island of Ortigia, between the platform west of the pier Sant ' Antony and the quay of the port shore fishing vessels.

Terminate the preliminary stages, including archaeological surveys, and environmental impact of war, work began to carry out the works at sea, with completion expected in about a year and a half. For those on the ground need to add another 12 months.

The structure of the new Marina di Archimede insist on a total area of 147,000 square meters that will stay, as well as docks, shipyards and also the facilities for recreation, the storage / refit with travel lift, a shopping center with shops, bars and restaurants, green areas and a heliport. The marina will provide the new Sicily 500-600 berths (assuming an average length of 12 meters per boat) for up to 60 meters long yacht.

In addition to Marina di Archimede, Gruppo Acqua Marcia is engaged in the construction of the port of Imperia, where they are completing the works at sea and airport, which has already been implemented and the dam of 600 meters in the water works started.
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Thank you.
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The new catamaran (Jean de La Valette) in Pozzallo's (Sicily) port:

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And this video, by brank, about the catamaran and the travel between Sicily and Malta last summer:


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