Southampton

General information

Name:
Southampton
Country:
United Kingdom
UN/Locode:
GBSOU
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
87
Expected Vessels:
17
Berths:
33
Coordinates:
N 50° 54' W 001° 25'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Passenger Ship
05.12. 12:12
Cargo Ship
05.12. 13:26
Dredger
03.12. 21:50
Cargo Ship
02.12. 07:59
Tanker
05.12. 16:43
Unclassified
05.12. 09:03
Cargo Ship
05.12. 19:19
Cargo Ship
05.12. 16:46
Cargo Ship
04.12. 11:17
Cargo Ship
05.12. 01:11

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
06.12. 04:30
Unclassified
06.12. 07:00
Tanker
06.12. 09:00
Cargo Ship
07.12. 03:00
Cargo Ship
07.12. 06:00
Passenger Ship
08.12. 04:30
Cargo Ship
08.12. 14:00
Cargo Ship
08.12. 23:00
Cargo Ship
09.12. 04:00
Cargo Ship
11.12. 10:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
05.12. 23:45
Cargo Ship
05.12. 22:16
Passenger Ship
05.12. 22:08
Cargo Ship
05.12. 21:20
Cargo Ship
05.12. 21:11
Passenger Ship
05.12. 20:40
Cargo Ship
05.12. 20:37
Tanker
05.12. 20:23
Passenger Ship
05.12. 20:19
Tanker
05.12. 19:33

Latest news

Boskalis awarded $94m worth of coastal contracts

Mon Sep 16 10:10:28 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Dutch dredging and offshore outfit Royal Boskalis Westminster has been awarded contracts in the United Kingdom and Romania worth a combined €85m ($94m). Portsmouth City Council has contracted Boskalis to construct new sea defenses in Southsea, near Portsmouth, in a joint venture with VolkerStevin. Boskalis will deploy a large trailing suction hopper dredger to replenish the beach and will construct revetments using rock barges. Project execution is expected to start early 2020 and is estimated to take five years.

Port of Southampton Enters Into UK’s First ‘Port Economic Partnership’

Thu Sep 12 10:13:03 CEST 2019 arnekiel

The UK government and the Port of Southampton have teamed up to launched the UK’s first Port Economic Partnership (PEP), a way of creating stronger links between ports and government in order to long-term trade and economic growth. For the partnership, the UK Department for Transport (DfT) will work with ABP’s Port of Southampton to focus on leveraging public and private sector investment and ensuring that planning processes are as efficient as possible. The unique partnership was launched this week during an event at London International Shipping Week. The creation of PEPs was outlined back in January as part of the launch of the UK’s ‘Maritime 2050 – Navigating the Future’ strategy, envisioning creating a strong business environment for ports which, in turn, will help trade and benefit the UK economy.

Brexit could bring Port of Southampton trade boom

Wed Jan 16 08:27:57 CET 2019 arnekiel

As MPs restarted the Brexit debate, Secretary of State for International Trade Dr Liam Fox claims Southampton could benefit majorly from new trade agreements. Dr Fox said that when the UK leaves the EU on March 29, it will begin to negotiate new deals with the US, Australia, New Zealand and could also do a deal with countries in the Pacific Rim. He said that UK was considering joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which covers 11 countries around the Pacific Rim, including Australia, Canada and Japan, as well as some of the world’s fastest growing economies like Malaysia and Vietnam. Trade with the US, Australia, New Zealand and the 11 CPTPP countries was worth more than £7 billion to Hampshire and the Isle of Wight last year, with more than £20 billion worth of goods passing through the Solent in 2017, 13 per cent of the UK’s total trade with these countries. In recent years Southampton has become the UK’s main port for car exports and vehicles to the 14 priority markets was worth just under £6bn in 2017.

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