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Admin19.08.2021

Port of Beira, Mozambique

Beira port has a total of 11 berths stretching over a total length of 1994 meters, excluding berth number 1, which is reserved as a fishing harbor.
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Admin02.09.2021

Information and Characteristics about Beira Port Mozambique

Principal legislation, contacts and other useful customs-related information are available from the Mozambican Customs Authority The process of application for exemption of duties comprises the following steps:• GGA Image ID 141af7d86f Goods in transit for Rhodesia are conveyed in covered trucks officially sealed--the seal not being broken until the trucks have passed out of Portuguese territory.
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Admin06.08.2021

2.1.1 Mozambique Port of Beira

Beira was originally developed by the Portuguese Mozambique Company in the 19th century, and directly developed by the Portuguese colonial government from 1947 until Mozambique gained its independence from Portugal in 1975.
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Admin21.07.2021

Beira, Mozambique Passenger Lists 1929

Those drawing more than 4.
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Admin20.09.2021

2.1.1 Mozambique Port of Beira

The town of Beira is relatively modern, having been founded at the same time as Johannesburg late 19th century , after having been identified as a potential port by the Portuguese explorer Paive de Andrade.
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Admin19.09.2021

Information and Characteristics about Beira Port Mozambique

Coral FLNG is a consortium of ENI, ExxonMobil, CNPC, Kogas, Galp Energia and ENH.
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Admin07.07.2021

Port of Beira in Mozambique

The coal terminal is on berth 8, and the oil terminal is at berths 11 and the new berth number 12 further upstream, where tankers of up to 60,000DWT and a 12m draught are catered for.
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Admin16.08.2021

Information and Characteristics about Beira Port Mozambique

1 meters Mean Tide: 5 feet Anchorage: 16 - 20 feet 4.
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Admin13.08.2021

Port of Beira (Mozambique)

2 Pier and the jetty are not accessible at low tide.
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Admin30.07.2021

Port of Beira (Mozambique)

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