Do you know why the left and right side of a vessel is called port and starboard? Do you know the reason for the origin of these terms and their significance? Find out in the article inside.
Manoeuvring is done in a ships voyage when ship enters or exits traffic zones or crosses canals or when it is steer for berthing in a jetty or berth of a port
Marine terminal is a part of the port where goods and cargo is loaded and unloaded in a ship.Marine terminals is an important cargo aspect necessity of a vessel
Several ports around the world are inaccessible by big ships because of the draft problem. A deep water port is type of port which allows access to large and heavily loaded vessels. Know more about deep water ports inside the article.
A vessel ran aground in shallow waters while berthing. A tug had to be promptly called and with the rising tide the vessel was quickly re-floated and properly berthed.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao has confirmed the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor will receive one of the nation’s 10 FASTLANE small project grants for 2017.
Shipping and safety – this pair doesn’t simply sound good together; the two words have belonged to the same sentences for at least 2000 years.
The new 690 hectare facility is equipped with ultra-modern facilities that can accommodate 100,000 dwt vessels and this USD$590M project was started in 2015.
Checkout this cool drone view video of the gorgeous Chios Port sent to us by our friends at ChiosPhotos.