Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America with the Pacific Ocean in the southeast, the Caribbean Sea in the east, Honduras in the north, and Costa Rica in the south. Let’s take a look at the major ports of Nicaragua.
Technological revolutions have extensively influenced the world of shipping in computing, automation, connectivity, digitization, etc. Thanks to automation, advanced systems can control several aspects of a vessel’s voyage, including maneuvering and course keeping. All this has been made possible by vessel performance analysis.
Bhutan faces the constant challenge of building vital trade infrastructure and a conducive environment for promoting domestic and foreign investments for enhancing trade. Let us have a look at the ports in Bhutan.
Tunisia is the smallest North African country surrounded by Algeria, Libya, and the Mediterranean Sea. Let’s take a look at the major ports of Tunisia.
The Republic of Cameroon lies at the crossroads of western and central Africa. It has a small coastline on the bight of Biafra, located near the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic. Let’s take a look at the major ports of Cameroon.
Venice is on everyone’s bucket list, and what’s better than reaching the enchanting city on a cruise ship. Mentioned in this article are the major cruise ports in Venice.
The Ionian Sea is an elongated embayment of the Mediterranean Sea, lying south of the Adriatic Sea. It is surrounded by southern Italy and the Salento peninsula towards the west. Check out the 10 interesting Ionian Sea Facts in this article.
The Sulu Sea is a part of the western North Pacific Ocean. It lies in the southwestern Philippines, surrounded by several islands. Let us explore 10 interesting facts about this unique water body, known for its marine biodiversity.
The Tyrrhenian Sea is the third largest marginal sea of the Mediterranean. It is situated on the western coast of Italy and covers roughly 106,000 square miles. It plays a vital role in regional trade and tourism. Read along to discover some interesting facts about the Tyrrhenian Sea.