|OPERATIONS SUSPENDED DUE TO STRONG WINDS
Jubail, Saudi Arabia
|URGENT MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE WARNING ISSUED
New York, USA
|SIGNIFICANT STORM APPROACHING
Northern New England, USA
|Operations suspended due to strong winds|
|Monday, January 23, 2017, Jubail, Saudi Arabia|
|The port authority at Jubail suspended all port berthing/unberthing operations between 04.40 and 06.15 hours local time this morning (23 January), due to strong winds and bad weather. At 15.40 all berthing/unberthing was again suspended due to winds of up to 30knots.This follows the suspension of operations at Berths No. 61 & 62 (OSTT berth) at 23:00 hours last night.
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|Urgent marine weather message warning issued|
|Monday, January 23, 2017, New York, USA|
|At 1149 local time, the National Weather Service issued an URGENT MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE for NEW YORK HARBOUR. A STORM WARNING is in effect 1am Monday to 1am Tuesday.A storm warning means sustained winds or frequent gusts of 48 to 63 KNOTS are expected. Commercial vessels should prepare for very strong winds and dangerous sea conditions and consider remaining in port or taking shelter in port until winds and waves subside.
Contact the Vessel Traffic Center with questions at 718-354-4088
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Source: United States Coast Guard VTS New York notice issued on 23 January 2017
|Significant storm approaching|
|Monday, January 23, 2017, Northern New England, USA|
|The U.S. Coast Guard Sector Northern New England is tracking a significant storm that is set to impact the region this Monday and Tuesday.Ports in the Northern New England Captain of the Port Zone remain open to all traffic, however, the Coast Guard is strongly recommending the following precautions in advance of the storm:
All vessels, facilities, and maritime stakeholders should continue to monitor the weather forecasts for changing conditions. Coast Guard personnel may be reaching out directly to facility and vessel representatives to determine the intent of vessel movements and cargo operations over the next 24-48 hours. Following the passage of the storm, vessels and facilities should conduct damage assessments and report any damage to the COTP. In the event of significant damage, facilities may be prevented from receiving cargo or passengers until approved by the COTP.
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