Safety at Sea for All

The Port Authority would like to remind the general public and especially recreational users that there is a speed limit of 5 knots for all vessels in the inner harbour. Any vessel which exceeds this may be liable to prosecution under the Port Act. More generally, particular care should also be taken by speed boat and jet ski users when navigating in the vicinity of other vessels or swimmers in the busy waters off the coastline.

Closure of the Bluefin Tuna Fishing Season

Closure of the Bluefin Tuna Fishing Season

Closure of the Bluefin Tuna Fishing Season

The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change would like to inform all anglers that as from Monday 19 August 2019 at 12 noon, fishing for Bluefin tuna is no longer allowed in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters.

For further information on the closure of the season please contact the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change on Tel: 200 50294.

Tuna Season Re-Opens With Enhanced Quota

Bluefin Tuna Open Season Temporary Suspension

Tuna Season Re-Opens With Enhanced Quota

Minister Licudi Announces Establishment of Gibraltar Maritime Academy

Minister Licudi Announces Establishment of Gibraltar Maritime Academy

The Minister with responsibility for the Port, Maritime Affairs and the University, Gilbert Licudi QC, today announced the establishment of a Maritime Academy in Gibraltar which will be based at the University. As from September 2020, the University of Gibraltar will offer four new undergraduate maritime degrees.

The announcement was made at the opening reception of Maritime Week Gibraltar, which was held today at the University.

Port Circular 6 of 2019

Port Circular 5 of 2019

Gibraltar Port Authority Attends 10th European Bunker Fuel Conference in Amsterdam

Gibraltar Port Authority Attends 10th European Bunker Fuel Conference in Amsterdam

Gibraltar Port Authority Attends 10th European Bunker Fuel Conference in Amsterdam.

Inaugural Call of Harmony V

Inaugural Call of Harmony V

Inaugural Call of Harmony V

Variety Cruises is a Greek owned line which specialises in small cruise ships and luxury yachts.

Eleven months after the arrival of Harmony G in port, Harmony V made its inaugural call to Gibraltar on Monday 20th May 2019. The ship was launched in 2003 and completely rebuilt in 2009 to cater for the luxury cruise market, which is on the increase. This 55 metre vessel has three passenger decks and a capacity for 49 passengers and 18 crew.

Gibraltar at 54th MedCruise General Assembly

Gibraltar at 54th MedCruise General Assembly

Gibraltar participated in the 54th MedCruise General Assembly held in Kusadasi, Turkey from 7th to 10th May.

MedCruise is the Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports. A General Assembly is held twice a year to discuss issues affecting the industry in the Mediterranean and adjoining seas.

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