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Guide To Port Entry eBook

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Overview

Guide to Port Entry eBook, published annually, is the most accurate and comprehensive port information resource, assisting you and your crew in planning port calls to over 14,700 global commercial ports and terminals.

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Product Details

Part Number: IT103680

Edition: 2021

Publisher: Shipping Guides

Language: English

Author: Shipping Guides

Format: eBook

Guide to Port Entry eBook, published annually, is the most accurate and comprehensive port information resource, assisting you and your crew in planning port calls to over 14,700 global commercial ports and terminals.

Make seamless port calls a reality and be safe in the knowledge that your crew have a complete port overview with over 83 port information sections at their disposal, including pre-arrival information, details of the documentation required by the port, maximum size of vessel permissible and cargo facilities, as well as Reports of Actual Conditions Experienced by other seafarers visiting that port.

Over 27,800 port service providers are also given, together with their contact details, for quick access to the facilities you need. Plus, when using our port information guide in conjunction with navigational information, you will have a clear understanding of the location of the facilities available by using our port plans, of which over 5,000 are available.

Key Features
  • Over 14,700 commercial ports and terminals in 191 countries, all reviewed and revised since the last edition
  • 127 new ports and terminals are included
  • 83 port information headings
  • Unique QR codes for each port entry providing access to updated port information via Findaport.com
  • Over 5,000 port plans and mooring diagrams, designed and reviewed by our in-house cartographers
  • 27,834 port service providers
  • Over 1,700 Reports of Actual Conditions Experienced provided by fellow seafarers following port visits
  • All data is sourced directly from port authorities, agents or operators
  • No duplication