Azov Sea Ice Condition Regulations 2020 - 2021: In effect from 14th December 2020
Members are referred to the December 2020 (No. 19) edition of "P&I Review - Russian Federation", published by the UK P&I Club's Correspondents, OceanClaw Marine Services Limited. Guidance on the commencement of ice-breaking assistance periods, and limitations and restrictions implemented in the ports of Azov, Yeisk and Taganrog and Rostov-on-Don from 14.12.2020, appear on page 4 of the publication.
The publication can be downloaded below. Members trading to the above ports are recommended to take note of the guidance provided.
Source: OceanClaw Marine Services Limited
CircularOCNL1915Dec2020Ice20201 1 MB
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