General information

Name:
Hilo
Country:
United States of America
UN/Locode:
USITO
Local time:
Vessels in port:
2
Expected Vessels:
6
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 19° 44' W 155° 04'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Passenger Ship
09.12. 17:44
Passenger Ship
04.12. 18:28
Towing Vessel
28.11. 08:00
Passenger Ship
27.11. 08:00
Passenger Ship
25.11. 19:18
Cargo Ship
22.11. 05:47
Passenger Ship
20.11. 04:32
Passenger Ship
18.11. 18:41
Passenger Ship
13.11. 18:30
Passenger Ship
09.11. 19:25

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
10.12. 03:22
Passenger Ship
05.12. 05:17
Towing Vessel
28.11. 19:18
Passenger Ship
28.11. 05:47
Passenger Ship
26.11. 04:32
Cargo Ship
22.11. 18:41
Passenger Ship
21.11. 19:25
Passenger Ship
19.11. 04:59
Passenger Ship
14.11. 05:18
Passenger Ship
10.11. 05:13

Latest news

Officials celebrate Pier 4 improvements

Sun Jan 17 15:34:29 CET 2016 arnekiel

A state-funded project to upgrade the Big Island’s largest port facility has reached its final phase. On Friday morning, state Department of Transportation officials and lawmakers broke ground on the interisland cargo terminal of Hilo Harbor’s Pier 4 project. The ceremony, which included a blessing from kahu Brian Welch of Haili Congregational Church, took place on the most recently completed area of the multiphase project: a brand-new container yard, which expanded total capacity of the port to 10 acres for cargo operations. The project also included improvements to the port’s Kumau Street entrance, which widened the street from two lanes to four. “These improvements represent an important piece of the DOT’s ongoing harbor modernization program,” said Darrell Young, deputy director of the DOT harbors division. The modernization program includes work on harbors in Honolulu and Kawaihae. The final phase of the $68.5 million project is construction of the 602-foot reinforced concrete pier itself, which is set to be completed in July 2017. Initial estimates for the total project cost were $55 million. When complete, Pier 4 will be used exclusively for interisland cargo ships. Currently, the only interisland pier at the port is Pier 2, which was built in 1920. http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/officials-celebrate-pier-4-improvements

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