Tampa

General information

Name:
Tampa
Country:
United States of America
UN/Locode:
USTPA
Local time:
Vessels in port:
50
Expected Vessels:
35
Berths:
29
Coordinates:
N 27° 54' W 082° 27'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Tanker
23.04. 23:27
Cargo Ship
23.04. 14:46
Tanker
23.04. 09:04
Tanker
23.04. 08:06
Tanker
23.04. 01:06
Cargo Ship
22.04. 19:03
Unclassified
22.04. 16:49
Passenger Ship
22.04. 12:43
Cargo Ship
22.04. 11:46
Cargo Ship
22.04. 11:17

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
24.04. 18:00
Tanker
24.04. 20:00
Tanker
25.04. 06:00
Passenger Ship
25.04. 09:15
Tanker
25.04. 16:00
Tanker
26.04. 01:00
Tugboat
26.04. 09:00
Cargo Ship
26.04. 12:00
Cargo Ship
26.04. 15:00
Cargo Ship
26.04. 18:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Unclassified
23.04. 20:06
Cargo Ship
23.04. 18:13
Cargo Ship
23.04. 03:24
Cargo Ship
23.04. 00:53
Passenger Ship
22.04. 22:42
Tanker
22.04. 21:23
Cargo Ship
22.04. 19:53
Cargo Ship
22.04. 12:10
Cargo Ship
22.04. 04:08
Cargo Ship
22.04. 00:48

Latest news

Florida Faces Fuel Shortage in Wake of Hurricane Irma

Thu Sep 14 08:16:47 CEST 2017 arnekiel

(Bloomberg) — Hurricane Irma may now be gone, but its fallout will continue to haunt Florida for at least the next few days as the largest U.S. gasoline market after California and Texas thirsts for the fuel. The state gets almost all of its gasoline via its ports. While Port Tampa Bay and Port Everglades, which combined handle about 700,000 barrels a day of petroleum, are quickly restarting operations, it will take days for the fuel to make its way to retail stations, with the priority being first responders, utility trucks and work crews clearing roads. Florida last week ordered the evacuation of more than 6 million people. The bottom-line message for those who drove north to escape the storm: Stay there a day or two, says Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst at Boston-based GasBuddy, which monitors fuel markets across the country. http://gcaptain.com/florida-faces-fuel-shortage-in-wake-of-hurricane-irma/

Two new gantry cranes arriving at Port Tampa Bay to service wider ships

Thu Mar 31 09:31:05 CEST 2016 arnekiel

The long-awaited arrival of two enormous gantry cranes capable of reaching across today’s wider freighters are expected to duck under the Sunshine Skyway at dawn Friday, headed for Port Tampa Bay. The $24 million mega cranes, constructed in China, will allow the port to handle the wider loads on new container ships traveling to and from Tampa.

New Drydock Officially Opens for Business in Tampa

Sat Apr 19 09:14:15 CEST 2014 arnekiel

Hendry Corporation, a leading shipbuilding and repair company located at Port Tampa Bay, hosted a traditional christening ceremony Thursday for the Capt. F. M. Hendry drydock. The event celebrated the structure’s official opening, the completion of the wastewater treatment facility, the A. W. Hendry Training Facility and the naming of the 30-acre area “Port Hendry”. Hendry Corporation’s Barbara Hendry smashed a champagne bottle against the side of the 2,500 ton drydock – as is customary – to commemorate the dock’s completion before staff, maritime professionals and local community leaders. “To christen this drydock is an honor not only for me, but for everyone at Hendry,” said Aaron Hendry, President of Hendry Corporation. “I’m extremely proud of the hard work that has gone into this facility and am looking forward to the new opportunities this drydock will bring for our company and for this community.” The Capt. F. M. Hendry drydock, named for the company’s late founder, cost $3.5 million to build and is expected to have a long-term and positive economic impact. Funding for the structure was made possible in part by a $1 million federal grant under the Assistance to Small Shipyard Grant Program, which was designed to help shipyards modernize facilities, increase productivity and make them more competitive.

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