Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore announced the commence of marine soil investigation works at Sungei Jurong. The investigation works will begin from May 21 2019 to September 14, and will take 24 hours per day, including Sunday and Public holidays.
MPA Singapore announced it will carry out a hydrographic survey in Straits of Malacca and Singapore, aiming to improve navigation and smooth uninterrupted passage in the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore.
The Marine and Port Authority of Singapore published a marine notice concerning dredging works off Jurong Terminal. The notice is applicable to mariners operating in Damar Laut Basin and will be in effect from 13 May 2019 to August 30 2019.
MPA Singapore issued a shipping notice to mariners operating in the vicinity of Sultan Shoal Lighthouse, informing that dredging works will be carried out in the region, with effect from 6 May to 6 November 2019. Dredging works will be carried out by grab dredgers, supported by hopper barges and pusher tugs.
MPA Singapore has temporarily suspended Southernpec’s bunker craft operator licence with effect from 25 April 2019, until further notice. The announcement came after an enforcement check on a bunker tanker operated by the company.
MPA Singapore issued an alert concerning vessels’ sailing through specific working areas at the port of Singapore. Specifically, the port marine notice focuses on mariners that are to operate off raffles reserved anchorage that they should be careful when sailing through the working area.
MPA Singapore issued an alert on the mooring and unmooring of vessels that will be carried out one at a time during daylight hours between 0700hrs to 1800hrs.The procedures will take place from April 18 to October 17, 2019. The location of the mooring and unmooring will be at the Tuas View Reclamation Project Area.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has published Port Marine Circular (PMC) No. 06 of 2019 to inform ship masters, owners, and agents of vessels of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (Port Limits – Suspension) Notification 2019 that came into operation on 08 April 2019 at 0001hours.
MPA Singapore informed of a Port Limits – Suspension Notification, that came into operation on 8 April 2019. The circular suspends Singapore’s and Malaysia’s implementation of overlapping limits, bringing back the port limits in place prior to 25 October 2018 and 6 December 2018 respectively.
According to Singapore’s Maritime Port Authority, from January 1, 2019 the Notification relating to the Weight Limitation of Dangerous Goods is amended by the Notification relating to the Weight Limitation of Dangerous Goods (G.N. No. 3474/2018) published on 28 December 2018, as the Notification’.
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