Mogadishu

General information

Name:
Mogadishu
Country:
Somalia
UN/Locode:
SOMGQ
Local time:
Vessels in Port:
4
Expected Vessels:
3
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 45° 21' E 002° 02'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
17.10. 17:41
Unclassified
16.10. 16:08
Cargo Ship
12.10. 14:58
Cargo Ship
10.10. 13:30
Cargo Ship
09.10. 15:05
Cargo Ship
07.10. 17:41
Cargo Ship
07.10. 15:09
Cargo Ship
07.10. 14:38
Cargo Ship
04.10. 08:51
Cargo Ship
02.10. 07:04

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
18.10. 21:00
Cargo Ship
23.10. 06:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
14.10. 14:29
Cargo Ship
14.10. 16:08
Cargo Ship
12.10. 14:00
Cargo Ship
10.10. 15:05
Cargo Ship
07.10. 17:41
Cargo Ship
07.10. 14:24
Cargo Ship
04.10. 07:53
Cargo Ship
02.10. 08:51
Cargo Ship
02.10. 08:16
Cargo Ship
01.10. 07:15

Latest news

UAE’s P&O Ports wins $336mln 30-year concession for port of Bosasso in Somalia’s Puntland

Sat Apr 08 08:27:59 CEST 2017 arnekiel

P&O Ports,owned by the Government of Dubai, has won a 30-year concession for the management and development of a multi-purpose port project at Bosasso in the Puntland State of Somalia. The approximate investment for the modern multi-purpose facility will be USD $ 336m (approx. AED 1.235b) divided into two phases: USD $136 million (approx. AED500m) for Phase 1 and USD$ 200 million (approx. 745m) for phase 2. President of Puntland, Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, and the Chairman of Ports, Customs & Freezone Corporation (PCFC), Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, signed the agreement at a ceremony in Dubai today, 6th April 2017, in the presence of senior government officials and representatives of PCFC. Work on the project will involve building a 450m quay and a 5 hectare back up area, dredging to a depth of 12m with reclamation work using dredge spoil. There will also be major investment in an IT and Terminal Operating System (TOS), mobile harbor cranes and container handling equipment. Source: WAM

NATO ends Indian Ocean counter piracy mission

Fri Dec 02 12:51:17 CET 2016 arnekiel

NATO has formally ended its counter-piracy mission off Somalia after a fall in attacks and in order to move its resources to pay closer attention to Russia in the Black Sea and people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Ships and patrol aircraft have now left the area off the Horn of Africa, where they have patrolled since 2009. NATO has reported that its "Ocean Shield" operation, as well as European Union and other counter-piracy missions, have significantly reduced attacks, with no ships captured off Somalia since May 2012. More than 30 ships were attacked in the area at the peak in 2010-11. Gerry Northwood, Chief Operating Officer at MAST, the international maritime risk management organisation and former Royal Navy counter piracy commander commented: “This has been a long time coming. EUNAVFOR and NATO mostly share warships and aircraft from the same nations. Force flow (warship availability) has therefore been difficult, especially as defence and budget cuts have cut the number of available warships post 2008. - See more at: http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/security-and-alarm-systems/nato-ends-indian-ocean-counter-piracy-mission#sthash.MArGfxNj.dpuf

Somali Militants Seize Puntland Port of Garad

Wed Mar 16 10:21:52 CET 2016 arnekiel

Somali al Shabaab fighters have seized a small port in the semi-autonomous Puntland region, the latest sign of a resurgence in activity by the Islamist militants in the Horn of Africa nation. "Al Shabaab fighters with several boats captured Garad town," Hassan Mohamed, governor for Mudug region of Puntland said, adding that the attack took place on Monday. "We do not want to say publicly how we will react." The head of the local authority in the port town of Garad, Abdinur Abdullahi, said that al Shabaab with foreign fighters had met local elders, saying they would "capture many places and fight non-Muslims." http://maritime-executive.com/article/somali-militants-seize-puntland-port

Upload News