New marine aids to navigation for Maltese ports

Maritime Accidents, Port Conditions, Ports & Terminals, Safety and Security — By on October 10, 2016 at 11:29 AM

MALTA SPAIN PORT EQUIPMENT 10102016Transport Malta has improved its marine aids to navigation with twenty new buoys, supplied by AtoN specialist Almarin, in collaboration with the local partner Boat Maintenance. Four buoys are located in Valleta, four in Marsaxlokk, one in Marsalforn, one in Gozo island and other in Comino island. The remaining nine will be stored as replacement buoys. Transport Malta is the public entity in charge of developing the maritime activities in Malta.

These buoys are part of the Balizamar range, specifically CT models, except one which is B1600S due to the depth of the area. These marine aids to navigation are manufactured with a galvanized steel structure and a rotomoulded polyethylene hull filled of expanded polystyrene foam. All the buoys have been supplied with its respective M650 and M860 self-contained lanterns, chains and sinkers.

About Almarin

Almarin specialises in the design, supply and installation of equipment used in marine aids to navigation. The company manufactures high quality products that can be adapted to the customers’ environment and operational requirements. Almarin, based in Barcelona, is part of the Lindley Group, which has 85 years of experience in the port, maritime and industrial areas. If you want to find out more about our activities, visit our website: www.almarin.es.

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