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27.01.12 Changes to Charleston Port, USA now available incl. restrictions and berths

As the largest city and port in South Carolina, USA, Charleston is a hub port for the east coast, and handles containers, liquid bulk, dry bulk including minerals and grain, breakbulk, passengers and Ro-Ro.

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27.01.12 Gibraltar newly amended incl.max. size and port limits

Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea. The port is located on the western coastline of Gibraltar and is a major bunkering station and cruise destination whilst offering a wide range of other shipping services.

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26.01.12 Minor changes to Roomassaare, Estronia, available

Roomassaare on the south coast of Saremma Island, western Estonia, comprises a cargo harbour, passenger harbour and a yacht harbour.

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26.01.12 Castellon, Spain recently updated incl. documents and facilities

Located on the east coast od Spain, Castellon is a multipurpose port divided into four areas; the Inner Basin, Fishing Basin, North Basin and South Basin.

Principal imports are crude oil, bulk minerals, cereals, fertilisers and chemicals. Principal exports are refined oil products, fertilisers, chemicals, tiles and citrus fruit.

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26.01.12 The port of Balboa, Panama, newly amended incl. max. size and approaches

Located on the Pacific coast at the entrance to the Panama Canal, Balboa is one of Panama's hub ports.

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24.01.12 Minor changes available for Altamira, Mexico incl. charts and berths

Located on the east coast of Mexico, on the NW side of the Gulf of Campeche, Altamira port handles general, dry and liquid bulk, petrochemicals, LNG, containers, automobiles, oversize and project cargoes.

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24.01.12 Major changes to Hamburg now available incl. berth and facility information

Hamburg, located on the Elbe River, is one of Europe's major ports, handling most cargoes, in addition to being a major container port for Germany's industrial heartland.

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24.01.12 Pilotage information for Guayanilla, Puerto Rico, newly amended

On the south coast of Puerto Rico, Guayanilla is a petroleum port located in Guayanilla Bay and Tallaboa Bay. Guayanilla is the largest hurricane harbour and one of the best in Puerto Rico.

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23.01.12 Santander, Spain, recently amended incl. charts and facilities

Located on the north coast of Spain, 40 n.m. west of Bilbao, Santander port handles general cargo, dry and liquid bulk, passenger ships, Ro-Ro, car carriers and general cargo.

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23.01.12 Minor changes available for Catskill, USA

Located on the west bank of the Hudson River, 99 n.m. north of New York City, Catskill port handles bulk aggregates, construction equipment and bulk liquid cargoes.

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23.01.12 Gamagori, Japan recently amended incl. max. size and tugs

Japanese port Gamagori is located on the central south coast of Honshu in Mikawa Wan, approx. 45 km. SE of Nagoya.

It handles dry and liquid bulk, timber and automobiles and is one of the three ports that make up the Port of Mikawa (which also includes Toyohashi and Tahara). The port is equipped with earthquake-resistant quays and public sheds.

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23.01.12 Integrate our information into your system with the FindaportAPI

If you're developing a system to combine various maritime requirements and are wishing to include port information, you can now use the FindaportAPI.

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18.01.12 Ferrol, Spain, recently amended incl. berths and facilities

Located on the Atlantic coast in north-western Spain, Ferrol is a multipurpose port handling dry and liquid bulk, LNG, general and breakbulk. Facilities located along Ria del Ferrol (Ferrol Estuary), including at the mouth of the estuary (Puerto Exterior), in Ferrol city (Puerto Interior) and in Mugardos.

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18.01.12 Antwerp, Belgium, newly amended incl. max. size and connections

Antwerp is situated in Flanders, northern Belgium, close to the border with the Netherlands. The port extends over 13,057 ha. of land, north of the city centre. There are 151 km. of berths, about half of which are suitable for deep-draft vessels. Antwerp has two sets of docks, one on each bank of the Scheldt, entered via sealocks. The majority of the terminals are in the docks. However, container terminals have been built on the approaches to the Berendrecht and Zandvliet Locks, and the first two terminals of Deurganck Dock on the Left Bank.

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18.01.12 Minor amendments available for Numazu, Japan

Numazu is a small modern port handling bulk, breakbulk, petroleum products and general cargo; located on the east coast of Numazu Bay, 110 km. SSW of Tokyo.

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