Curacao

General information

Name:
Curacao
Country:
Netherlands Antilles
UN/Locode:
ANCUR
Local time:
Vessels in port:
32
Expected Vessels:
14
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 12° 06' W 068° 54'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Passenger Ship
22.01. 13:40
Passenger Ship
22.01. 12:01
Passenger Ship
22.01. 11:21
Tanker
21.01. 17:52
Passenger Ship
21.01. 12:30
Passenger Ship
21.01. 11:22
Passenger Ship
21.01. 10:20
Cargo Ship
21.01. 05:46
Cargo Ship
21.01. 03:05
Passenger Ship
20.01. 12:17

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
24.01. 15:00
Cargo Ship
26.01. 09:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Unclassified
22.01. 14:35
Cargo Ship
22.01. 03:52
Passenger Ship
21.01. 23:13
Passenger Ship
21.01. 22:51
Passenger Ship
21.01. 03:54
Passenger Ship
21.01. 02:56
Passenger Ship
20.01. 22:05
Tanker
20.01. 05:55
Passenger Ship
20.01. 03:54
Tanker
19.01. 13:29

Latest news

Damen Shiprepair Curaçao floating dock operational

Thu Nov 15 10:55:05 CET 2018 arnekiel

Damen Shiprepair Curaçao (DSCu), has on 2 November commissioned its large floating C dock. After the final tests had been carried out in the morning, the C Dock was submerged onto the equalized seabed. DSCu Nautical department, with the help of local KTK pilots and tugs subsequently docked the first commercial ship, a 63,400 tonnes deadweight bulkcarrier, thus putting the C dock into service.

Kalmar to deliver two Ship-to-Shore cranes to Curaçao Port Services B.V.

Fri Sep 07 07:36:45 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Kalmar, part of Cargotec has signed a contract for supplying two Kalmar Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes, including related spare parts, to Curaçao Port Services B.V. The Panamax size cranes will be used for modernising the customer’s container handling operations at the Willemstad Container Terminal in Curaçao.

Curacao refinery runs slow as PDVSA port backlog starts to ease

Wed Jun 20 11:37:35 CEST 2018 arnekiel

The 335,000-barrel-per-day Isla refinery operated by Venezuela’s state-run PDVSA in Curacao is working at minimum capacity while awaiting new crude shipments and as a tanker backlog in the country’s ports began to ease, four sources close to the facility told Reuters. PDVSA’s operations this year have been mired by problems ranging from fast-declining crude production and poor refining due to a lack of equipment, to obstacles for exporting oil amid port congestion and financial sanctions. Only a few units at the Curacao refinery have been operating during U.S. producer ConocoPhillips’ moves to seize PDVSA’s inventories, cargoes and facilities following a $2 billion arbitration award by the International Chamber of Commerce in April.

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