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Port Closure – Delays in Disembarking Passengers from High Speed Craft JEAN DE LA VALETTE – 30.04.2022

Over 700 passengers were left stranded out at sea for more than two hours last Saturday 30th April due to a delay in re opening the Grand Harbour following a fireworks show. The delay was caused by a setback in the clearing of barges and lighters used for the fireworks display, which marked the finale of …

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Yachting – Superyacht UM ALHOUL at Malta – 18.10.2021

The first out of 2 Nakilat Damen Yacht 69 model based on the Damen 6711/6911 yacht support vessel – UM ALHOUL was at Malta on Monday 18th October for uplifting bunkers. She was due to arrive at Malta on Sunday 17th but due to technical reasons at Barcelona, Spain ( of which she also made …

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Cruise Liner News – AIDACARA has been sold – 23.06.2021

Carnival Corporation’s AIDA Cruises brand yesterday Wednesday 23rd June announced that the cruise liner AIDAcara has been sold and will leave the fleet soon after 25 years in service for the German cruise brand. So far a buyer was not named. Back to 10th April,2006 while entering Grand Harbour, Malta. AIDA Cruises was started with …

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ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION – NGO SEA-WATCH 4 starting her first rescue mission – 15.08.2020

The latest acquisition for the non-governmental organization¬†(NGO) SEA WATCH 69 metre ship SEA WATCH 4 started her first mission last Saturday 15th August from Spain after 5 months at a shipyard in Burriana. The Europe wide restrictions due to the Pandemic Disease COVID-19 had unfortunately delayed the departure since it was planned for April. Nevertheless …

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