Miami

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Miami
Land:
United States of America
UN/Locode:
USMIA
Local time:
Schiffe im Hafen:
170
Erwartete Schiffe:
22
Liegeplätze:
11
Koordinaten:
N 25° 46' W 080° 08'

Schiffe im Hafen

Name
Type
Arrived
Frachtschiff
15.09. 14:11
Frachtschiff
15.09. 12:56
Passagierschiff
15.09. 12:56
Passagierschiff
15.09. 12:15
Passagierschiff
15.09. 11:56
Frachtschiff
15.09. 08:21
Frachtschiff
14.09. 16:58
Frachtschiff
14.09. 15:11
Passagierschiff
14.09. 12:49
Passagierschiff
14.09. 12:16

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Frachtschiff
16.09. 10:00
Tanker
17.09. 10:00
Frachtschiff
17.09. 18:00
Frachtschiff
18.09. 14:00
Frachtschiff
25.09. 22:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Frachtschiff
16.09. 05:41
Passagierschiff
15.09. 22:42
Passagierschiff
15.09. 22:30
Passagierschiff
15.09. 22:23
Frachtschiff
15.09. 21:33
Frachtschiff
15.09. 14:21
Passagierschiff
14.09. 23:35
Passagierschiff
14.09. 23:25
Passagierschiff
14.09. 22:52
Passagierschiff
14.09. 22:28

Die neuesten Nachrichten

Kalmar Zero Emission RTGs to help boost capacity at South Florida Container Terminal in Miami, Florida

Wed Feb 13 10:58:25 CET 2019 arnekiel

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a deal to supply six Kalmar Zero Emission Rubber-tired Gantry cranes (RTGs) to South Florida Container Terminal, LLC. The cranes will be equipped with a busbar energy system and operator assist features like auto steering and container stack profiling.

Victory Cruise Lines chartering X-Bow ship

Thu Nov 08 15:26:16 CET 2018 Over_the_ocean

Miami based Victory Cruises Lines will charter an X-bow expedition cruise ship from SunStone Ships. The cruise ship with the Ulstein designed bow will be built in China to be delivered in 2021. http://cruisedeck.de/x-bow-expeditionsschiff-fuer-victory-cruise-lines/

Royal Caribbean inaugurates new Terminal A at PortMiami

Wed Nov 07 10:13:16 CET 2018 arnekiel

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. opened Terminal A – the largest cruise terminal in the US – at PortMiami in Florida on 2 November. Designed by architecture firm Broadway Maylan, the 17,000-square-foot terminal was built on land leased by Miami-Dade County. The facility has been dubbed the ‘Crown of Miami’ because its structure evokes the points of Royal Caribbean’s crown and anchor logo when viewed from the water, as well as the ‘M’ of Miami when viewed from the east or western approaches, and waves rising or ships passing when seen from the terminal side. Terminal A was constructed in compliance with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards and is equipped with advanced technologies to enhance the waiting areas and expedite the boarding process. The terminal will serve as a homeport for Royal Caribbean International’s 5,400-guest Oasis-class ships, such as Allure of the Seas and the new Symphony of the Seas

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