Paramaribo

General information

Name:
Paramaribo
Country:
Suriname
UN/Locode:
SRPBM
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
17
Expected Vessels:
4
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 05° 55' W 055° 09'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
02.10. 03:58
Cargo Ship
03.10. 03:02
Unclassified
02.10. 14:35
Cargo Ship
03.10. 03:13
Passenger Ship
03.10. 10:29
Tugboat
26.06. 03:29
Unclassified
29.09. 18:20
Unclassified
28.09. 22:05
Coast Guard Ship
28.09. 22:09
Dredger
29.09. 01:26

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
04.10. 12:00
Cargo Ship
30.10. 09:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
03.10. 16:11
Tanker
03.10. 15:45
Cargo Ship
02.10. 21:59
Passenger Ship
02.10. 01:45

Latest news

Research Drilling off the Coast of Suriname

Tue Sep 08 13:12:56 CEST 2020 dhewson

The Maritime Authority of Suriname has issued the following 2 Notices to Mariners: 1. "From September 5, 2020 to January 6, 2021, the Noble Sam Croft drillship will conduct exploration drillings off the coast of Suriname at the drilling location 07 ° 23 "401 N - 55 ° 55" 264 W (WGS 84). For safety reasons the shipping should keep a safe distance of 1000 (one thousand) metres from thenNoble Sam Croft. The Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) that will assist during the operations are: Southern Tide, States Tide and Polaris. Please note: • Communication is through VHF, all international channels 13, 16, 69, 72. • There is a SAFETY ZONE of 1000 (one thousand) metres from the drilling site. • The Noble Sam Croft is not maneuverable and will display the relevant characters. All ships should take notice of the above mentioned." 2. "The drillship Maersk Developer will conduct exploration drilling of the Coast of Suriname from September 19th till December 3rd, 2020 at the drilling location 07° 21’.270 N – 055° 33’.247 W (WGS 84). For safety reasons vessels should keep a safe distance of 1000 (one thousand) meters from the drillship. The Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) that will assist during the operations are MV Bourbon Topaz, MV Gerard Tide, MV Felton Tide and MV National Energy Explorer. Please note: • Communication is through the VHF channels 16 and 77. • There is a SAFETY ZONE of 1000 (one thousand) meters from the drilling site. • Maersk Developer is not maneuverable and will display the relevant characters. All ships should take notice of the above mentioned."

Seismic Research off the Coast of Suriname

Wed Jun 05 13:09:03 CEST 2019 dhewson

The Maritime Authority of Suriname has issued the following Notice to Mariners: "From June 7th till August 12th, 2019, the survey vessel HARRIER EXPLORER will conduct a seismic survey at one hundred and fifty nautical miles (150 NM) off the coast of Suriname. The survey vessel will be towing a seismic cable with a length of twelve 1/2 kilometer (12.1 km) will be towed. Vessels must maintain a safe distance of at least eight nautical miles (8 NM) of the HARRIER EXPLORER. During the operation HARRIER EXPLORER will be restricted in maneuverability and will display the relevant characters. The vessel SHANNON will serve as a support vessel during the operations. Ship communication is through the VHF channels 16 and 68. All ships are requested to take notice of the above mentioned."

DP World buys Suriname Breakbulk Terminals in Paramaribo

Tue Jul 26 09:16:20 CEST 2011 arnekiel

Dubai-based global marine terminal operator DP has announced it has acquired Integra Port services and Suriname Port Services. The acquisitions include breakbulk terminals at Nieuwe Haven Port in Paramaribo and a second terminal approximately 20 miles upstream from Paramaribo, according to a company statement.

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