Promotion at the Gibraltar Port Authority

VTSO Daniel Lopez has recently been promoted to the rank of Port Officer.

Daniel joined the Gibraltar Port Authority in March 2014 and has been able to develop his skills during this time with attendance at numerous courses, both locally and abroad.

CEO and Captain of the Port (Acting), Manuel Tirado said: ‘I am delighted to see Daniel being promoted and wish him all the very best as he enters the next phase of his career with the Gibraltar Port Authority.’

Retirement at the Gibraltar Port Authority

Congratulations and best wishes go to Peter Wyatt on his retirement after over 26 years of service for the Port Authority, formerly the Port Department.

Peter joined the Port Department in 1991 after working in several government departments beforehand. His experience and knowledge as Financial Manager has been invaluable to both the Port and his colleagues.

J Manuel Tirado, Acting CEO and Captain of the Port, on behalf of everyone at the Gibraltar Port Authority, took the opportunity to thank Peter for his service and wished him a long and happy retirement.

GPA Co-ordinates Medical Evacuation

Gibraltar Port Authority Co-ordinates Medical Evacuation from cruise ship COSTA MEDITERRANEA.

The Gibraltar Port Authority (GPA) was contacted by the cruise liner COSTA MEDITERRANEA on the morning of the 2 October at approximately 1100hrs. The vessel was transiting the area and a passenger on board had encountered a medical complication.

Port Officer Receives Award For 30 Years Service

Congratulations go to Port Officer Luis Debono on completion of 30 years of service. He was originally an employee of the Port Department and subsequently became a member of the Gibraltar Port Authority on its formation.

The Acting CEO and Captain of the Port, Manuel Tirado, congratulated Mr Debono for his exemplary service and commitment and looks forward to his continued support in the future.

Seatrade Europe Cruise & River Cruise Convention 2017

10 Years Since NEW FLAME Incident

GBC News has marked the 10th anniversary of the NEW FLAME incident with a special news item which includes an interview with the Deputy Captain of the Port, Manuel Tirado.

The news item can be seen at http://www.gbc.gi/news/port-track-record-very-good-says-deputy-captain-p...

Compilation of Clips from GBC TV Documentary 'Port Ops' Series

GBC has released a compilation of clips from the recently aired TV documentary series 'Port Ops' which gave a 'fly-on-the-wall" account of the Port's daily routines and business.

The compilation can be viewed at https://youtu.be/2AMLXuX86Yk

Retirement at the Port after Almost 43 Years’ Service

Congratulations and best wishes go to Port Officer Tyrone Ghio on his retirement after almost 43 years of service for the Port Authority, formerly the Port Department. Tyrone joined the Port Department as a very young man, initially serving as a Seaman and worked his way up to the post of Port Officer where his experience and knowledge were invaluable to both the Port and his colleagues. During his latter years in service, as Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) Supervisor, Tyrone made a key contribution to the safe and efficient running of the busy port and waters.

Advertising Feature in Onboard Magazine - July 2017

An advertising feature from the Summer 2017 edition of the Onboard magazine has appeared about superyacht berthing in Gibraltar's Mid-Harbour Marina.

Government Publishes Amendments To Seaside Pleasure Boat Rules

The Government has published amendments to the Seaside Pleasure Boat Rules 1989 to enhance safety of navigation in the Port and in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters.

There have been two amendments to the Rules. The first one changes the definition of a speedboat to include personal watercraft. This is intended simply to clarify any ambiguity in the definition so that a person under the age of 18 years is not permitted to navigate a personal craft (jetski) unless he is authorised, in writing, to do so by an authorised officer.

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