Muscat

General information

Name:
Muscat
Country:
Oman
UN/Locode:
OMMCT
Local time:
Vessels in Port:
3
Expected Vessels:
2
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 58° 34' E 023° 38'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Dredger
12.10. 12:41
Unclassified
09.10. 06:13
Tanker
08.10. 21:59
Cargo Ship
08.10. 20:21
Unclassified
02.10. 06:08
Unclassified
01.10. 17:58
Passenger Ship
30.09. 06:14
Passenger Ship
29.09. 07:04
Cargo Ship
13.09. 09:14
Tanker
12.09. 05:05

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
16.10. 14:00
Unclassified
16.10. 19:00
Passenger Ship
17.10. 06:30

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
16.10. 06:47
Cargo Ship
12.10. 00:38
Tanker
11.10. 09:16
Unclassified
08.10. 06:16
Unclassified
04.10. 13:49
Unclassified
01.10. 06:16
Passenger Ship
30.09. 13:18
Tanker
16.09. 13:15
Cargo Ship
15.09. 08:53
Tanker
27.08. 19:58

Latest news

Oman calls for Iran’s partnership in port development

Tue Feb 23 08:41:34 CET 2016 arnekiel

Oman has suggested Iran’s participation in the development of three Omani ports as well as logistic activity of Iranian companies in Muscat. At a meeting with Iran’s Minister of Road and Urban Development Abbas Akhundi in Tehran, Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi expressed his country’s readiness to make investments in Iran; “during a detailed meeting with Iran’s FM Zarif, we discussed the views of the two countries with regard to strategic development of trade and investment ties on the basis of mutual interest.” http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/oman-calls-for-irans-partnership-in-port-development/

Oman bans private ferry operators from transporting passengers to and from Masirah Island

Sun Aug 09 10:57:06 CEST 2015 arnekiel

Muscat: Oman’s Ministry of Transport and Communications has decided to ban all private ferry operators from transporting passengers to and from Masirah Island.The ban will be in place until investigations into the sinking of a ferry named Al Thurayah, carried fifty passengers from Shanah to Masirah on Tuesday are completed. Masirah residents who own boats can only transport vehicles and goods.The ministry also banned operations of all ferries owned by the company that operated the service until completion of the investigation. Investigations are underway by both of the transport ministry, the environment ministry and the coast guard.Meanwhile, the National Ferries Company will increase the number of trips from and to Masirah to meet the needs of passengers. The incident occurred on Tuesday when a ferry transporting fifty passengers sank on the way to Masirah island in the Arabian Sea.All passengers were rescued and no injuries were reported, according to the Royal Oman Police (ROP). They were transported onto another ferry by the ROP and other citizens.The ferry is believed to have sunk due to overloading and improper distribution of the load, according to the ministry of transport.Two incidents of ferries sinking occurred in 2014, with no casualties reported.Dozens of collisions had been reported between ferries in the past three years, as some of these ferries are old and lack the minimum safety standards. Source : Gulf News Oman

Hapag-Lloyd to cease its service to / from Muscat as of July 1

Tue Apr 29 15:55:32 CEST 2014 arnekiel

Based on the Omani Government’s decision pertaining to the closure of Port Sultan Qaboos in Muscat, we would like to inform you that Hapag-Lloyd will cease its service to/from Muscat starting July 1, 2014 and will be shifting operations from Port Sultan Qaboos (PSQ), Muscat to Oman International Container Terminal (OICT), Sohar, the shipping company said in a press release. The last vessel to call Port Sultan Qaboos, Muscat is expected to be no later than June 30, 2014. There will be no further Hapag-Lloyd operations in Port Sultan Qaboos after this date. The first vessel call to Oman International Container Terminal, Sohar is expected to be during the first week of July 2014. Container acceptance/release at Port Sultan Qaboos, Muscat: all empty containers must be returned to Port Sultan Qaboos, Muscat latest by July 30, 2014.

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