Daily Weather Reports 17.10.2017

Please see below attachment;
Daily Weather Reports Primorsk, Ust-Luga, Novorossiysk, Santa Panagia, Gibraltar & Turkey 17.10.2017

Please find herewith daily weather report for all ports in Malta;
17.10.17 Wave Forecast
17.10.17 Weather Forecast (In Knots)

Weather Suitable for STS ops: Suitable until end of forecast
Is weather suitable for berthing at Oil Tanking : ( Yes)
Suitable for all ops : (yes)

DAILY WEATHER REPORT – RUSSIA – NOVOROSSIYSK

Please find below weather forecast report for port of Novorossiysk 17/10/2017-20/10/2017

17/10/2017
WIND: W, SW
FORCE: 6-11 m/s
PRECIPITATIONS: none
SEA SWELL: 0.8-1.3 m
AIR TEMP: +18 +20 deg C
WATER TEMP: +20
GALE WARNING: not expected

NOVOROSSIYSK COMMERCIAL SEA PORT(JSC “NCSP”): EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS
CPC-R TERMINAL: EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS

18/10/2017
WIND: S, SW
FORCE: 2-4 m/s
PRECIPITATIONS: none
SEA SWELL: 0.6-0.9 m
AIR TEMP: +17 +19 deg C
WATER TEMP: +20
GALE WARNING: not expected

NOVOROSSIYSK COMMERCIAL SEA PORT(JSC “NCSP”)*: EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS
CPC-R TERMINAL: EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS

19/10/2017
WIND: S,SW
FORCE: 2-4 m/s
PRECIPITATIONS: none
SEA SWELL: 0.5-0.7 m
AIR TEMP: +18 +20 deg C
WATER TEMP: +20
GALE WARNING: not expected

NOVOROSSIYSK COMMERCIAL SEA PORT(JSC “NCSP”): EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS
CPC-R TERMINAL: EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS

20/09/2017
WIND: NE>W,NW
FORCE: 2-4 m/s
PRECIPITATIONS: none
SEA SWELL: 0.5-0.7 m
AIR TEMP: +17 +20 deg C
WATER TEMP: +20
GALE WARNING: none

NOVOROSSIYSK COMMERCIAL SEA PORT(JSC “NCSP”): EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS
CPC-R TERMINAL: EXPECTED TO BE OPEN FOR MOORING/LOADING OPERATIONS

*FYI
NOVOROSSIYSK COMMERCIAL SEA PORT(JSC “NCSP”) – INCLUDES:
“SHESKHARIS” OIL TERMINAL – (BERTHS Nos.1, 1A, 2, 3, 6, 7);
“NOVOROSSIYSK FUEL OIL TERMINAL” LLC.(“NFOT” LLC) – (BERTHS Nos.25, 25A)
“IPP” TERMINAL (JSC “IPP”) – (BERTHS Nos.26, 27);


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