Yanbu

General information

Name:
Yanbu
Country:
Saudi Arabia
UN/Locode:
SAYNB
Local time:
Vessels in port:
9
Expected Vessels:
45
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 23° 59' E 038° 09'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Tanker
12.01. 11:51
Tanker
04.01. 23:11
Tanker
04.01. 19:29
Cargo Ship
04.01. 18:54
Tanker
04.01. 13:20
Unclassified
04.01. 00:51
Tanker
25.12. 23:09
Tanker
25.12. 20:33
Tanker
25.12. 20:07
Tanker
25.12. 17:52

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
17.01. 17:00
Tanker
17.01. 19:00
Unclassified
19.01. 09:00
Tanker
20.01. 04:00
Tanker
20.01. 09:00
Cargo Ship
21.01. 05:00
Tanker
21.01. 10:00
Cargo Ship
21.01. 13:00
Tanker
21.01. 23:00
Tanker
22.01. 14:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
15.01. 09:46
Tanker
15.01. 05:36
Tanker
09.01. 21:57
Cargo Ship
08.01. 17:14
Tanker
08.01. 02:09
Unclassified
07.01. 16:40
Tanker
07.01. 00:15
Tanker
05.01. 04:36
Tanker
05.01. 01:25
Unclassified
04.01. 11:41

Latest news

Yanbu port receives largest ship in its history

Wed Nov 07 10:23:16 CET 2018 arnekiel

Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu port has received the Jin Tai Feng, a ship carrying 82,498 tons of corn. It is 235 meters long and draws 13.50 meters. It is the largest ship the port has ever received. This comes after development projects launched last year by the Saudi Ports Authority to strengthen the services at the Kingdom’s ports and to upgrade their capabilities and efficiency. The Yanbu commercial port handled 413,824 tons of various types of general cargo during July 2018 compared to 141,066 tons during July 2017 — an unprecedented increase of 193 percent. The Kingdom is working relentlessly to build a solid ground for the status of the Saudi Ports Authority as a leader in the ports sector which links the national economy with the international market.

No pilgrims before ship are docked in port

Sun Jun 05 15:04:26 CEST 2011 arnekiel

The Ministry of Haj has warned Haj and Umrah service-providing companies against sending their pilgrims to Yanbu seaport before ships transporting them have actually docked. "There are not enough halls at the seaport to accommodate departing or arriving pilgrims who might find themselves staying in their vehicles or squatting along the streets of the city while waiting for ships to complete their entry procedures," the ministry said in a letter to these companies, a copy of which Arab News has seen. The ministry said it took the measure after noticing the clusters of pilgrims departing on the The Mawadah's first voyage last week. "Pilgrims should not be sent to Yanbu or its seaport before the ships taking them back home have actually docked," it said.

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