Male

General information

Name:
Male
Country:
Maldives
UN/Locode:
MVMLE
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
2
Expected Vessels:
8
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 04° 11' E 073° 30'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
05.04. 15:11

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
06.04. 00:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Unclassified
05.04. 15:11
Cargo Ship
04.04. 22:23

Latest news

Maldives opens new sea port, Maamigili

Wed May 02 14:23:29 CEST 2018 islas

Maldives opens new international seaport. Minister for Economic Development, Hon. Mohamed Saeed has inaugurated Maamigili International Port today which is located on South Ari Atoll,

Maldives closes main cargo route for bridge construction

Sun Feb 21 10:30:49 CET 2016 arnekiel

Government closed the main route used by cargo vessels Saturday as workers make preparations for the ambitious project to construct a bridge linking the archipelago's capital to its island airport, Hulhule. Large cargo vessels and passenger cruise liners use the channel between Male and the reclaimed suburb of Hulhumale. A transport authority official said fines would be imposed from now on any vessel that takes the route known as Gaadhoo Kolu. Authorities had in December declared two new channels for cargo vessels coming into Male port in preparation for the commencement of the bridge project. Large cargo vessels will now have to use the channel 'Bodu Kalhi' between Paradise Island Resort and Sheraton Full Moon resort. Smaller vessels would now make their way into the Male port through the channel in north of the capital. The project management team of the contractor CCCC Second Harbour Engineering Company has already arrived in the Maldives to commence preparations for construction of the bridge. CCCC had bid USD 200 million for the project, drastically slashing the government’s previously projected estimation of USD 300 million. http://www.haveeru.com.mv/news/66653

Tug with barge runs aground in Maldives

Thu Dec 31 11:45:27 CET 2015 arnekiel

The tug and barge ran aground in Fushidhiggaru reef, which is located near capital Male. A tug and a barge carrying construction boulder from India ran aground in Maldives Sunday, it has emerged. Haveeru understands that the tug and barge, owned by a foreign company MM Exports, ran aground in Fushidhiggaru reef, which is located near capital Male. Efforts to salvage the vessels have so far been futile.MM Exports is involved in several projects in Maldives, including the construction of roads under the second phase development of capital Male’s satellite suburb, Hulhumale.The case has been lodged with the Environment Protection Agency (EPA). An official from the agency said the case is being investigated, but declined to provide details. A heavy fine is imposed if a vessel runs aground due to negligence. Source : haveeru

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