Saturday, November 12, 2011

update on cruise ships


With strong wave conditions generated by the front number 11, the Port Captain closed some local landing ports. Florentino José Gallardo, said yesterday morning several ports were open to navigation lower due to the geographical configuration of the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Strong northerly winds which were felt from earlier in the week did not affect normal activities on the coast.

The swell during the day was three to six feet in height. The afternoon brought with it  rise the level to eight feet and move northeast winds was issued for closing lower for navigation and water sports. "The north wind is no affective use for navigation, the problem is when it changes to the northeast or north-northwest," he said.Florentino Garcia said currently 428 existing water permits, totaling 730 vessels that circulate in the coastal solidarense between kayaks, sailboats, catamarans, fishing boats and yachts, among others.


He said that at present there is no scheduled arrivals of cruise ships, as the port of Punta Venado only comes every 15 days Elaction Carnival cruise, while on Monday is expected the arrival of the cargo ship from New Orleans and will continue to return to Corpus Christi. For more information on the latest permitting and zoning issues conact us as www.american-development.com 


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