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Aruba: anchorage, maintenance and bunkering dues in effect per 1 april 2015
This means that fees may be charged in connection with anchorage, maintenance, transshipment and bunkering activities in the Roadstead Areas, part of the territorial waters of Aruba. Fees will be as …
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Drillship Pacific Meltem in port
Pacific Metlem stayed only 24 hours at the Curacao Megapier, mooring in between Cruise vessels. While awaiting her turn to berth, operations started off port by delivering urgent and heavy s…
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Seaway heavy lifting's crane vessel "Oleg Strashnov"offport Curacao
From early on, it was clear that the Oleg Strashnov would have had a very tight window at the Megapier, due to the scheduled arrival of a large Cruise vessel the next morning. Unfortunately,…
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Paragon offshore's "DPDS1" in Curacao for thruster removal
Subsea Global Solutions (Miami Diver of Curacao) was responsible for bringing this project to Curacao. Given the extensive technical works involved with the removal of the thrusters and the amoun…
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Second Rowan drillship visits Curacao early 2015
In 2014, we had the pleasure to welcome the Rowan Resolute to Curacao. That was a very successful call and Rowan then decided to also have the sister vessel, the Rowan Reliance, call at Curacao on her…
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Castoro 7 back bgain
She will remain moored at her familiar berth, Caracasbay, Jetty no. 2, preparing for her next assignment.          Castoro 7 @ Carascabay. Pics by Mr. David Oge…
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Seadrill's newest rig "West Neptune" offport Curacao
About 400 people travelled to- and from Curacao for the call of the West Neptune, most of them crew members & technicians whom signed on/off while the rig was here. They stayed at the Renaiss…
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Rig Titanium Explorer in Curacao for 2nd time
For the second call, Vantage Drilling decided to berth the rig at the St. Michielsbay "Boca" Buoy, due to the Megapier being occupied by Cruise vessels.   Prior to mooring at the buoy…
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6th Noble drilling rig in Curacao
The stops in Curacao were for a variety of reasons: thruster installation, bunkers, crew changes, spares load/backload, provisions, arranging visa's or a combination of each. Each stop …
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Dammers group joining two Dutch associations
These associations strive to face current and future challenges to the Maritime sector through cooperation between the (leading) Maritime service companies in the Dutch Kingdo…
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