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  • News item 07-10-2020
    Appointment of Head Cargo & Offshore
    Alma Prins was appointed head of the new Cargo & Offshore cluster as of 1 November.
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  • News item 04-05-2020
    New digital web app Arrivals launched
    The new digital web app Arrivals is live. This application gives you access to information about all ship movements in the port of Amsterdam.
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  • Press release 15-05-2019
    Amsterdam port area to be graced with new ‘Royal’ presence
    With the arrival of Royal Huisman, the port of Amsterdam has attracted yet another yacht manufacturer with a Royal Charter. The company will be operating from the former Holland Jachtbouw wharf in Zaandam, which will be owned by Port of Amsterdam from the 14th of May 2019.
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  • Press release 04-02-2019
    2018: increase in ship calls while number of serious accidents remains virtually unchanged
    The port of Amsterdam welcomed a total of 41,424 barges and 7,525 sea-going vessels in 2018, including 180 sea cruise ships. The numbers for 2017 were 40,012 and 7,011, respectively.
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  • News item 23-08-2018
    Superyachts choose Amsterdam
    HISWA Holland Yachting Group and Port of Amsterdam announced in May 2018 their ambition to put Amsterdam on the map as a top destination for superyachts. The last two months more than 10 superyachts have chosen Amsterdam as their destination. They include Reef Chief, Aviva, Avanti, Forever One and Big Eagle.
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  • News item 01-08-2018
    Maximum ESI discount doubled for ships with ESI certificates and LNG
    For some years Port of Amsterdam has been giving discounts on port dues to vessels listed in the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) that have attained an ESI score of 20 points or higher. As of 1 August, we will be increasing this incentive by adding another discount.
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  • News item 12-12-2017
    Fourth Feadship yard taking shape in Amsterdam
    Feadship has celebrated a major milestone in the construction of its fourth shipyard, located in a prime water-side location in the heart of Amsterdam. In the presence of invited guests, the first concrete was poured into the giant dry dock, part of an impressive feat of engineering involved in building such a facility in a city that is several metres under sea level. When completed at the end of 2018, the yard will also include a giant hall for building new superyachts of up to 160 metres in length along with refits of existing Feadships.
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