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Barges under Tow Allowed in St. Petersburg

  • W.e.f. April 9, 2019, ice restrictions for barges pulled by tugs are lifted in the Big Port of St. Petersburg by order of the Harbour Master.

    Sporting and pleasure boats and yachts are not allowed to sail in the port and approach fairways and channels yet.

    A similar regime is in force in the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg, also w.e.f. April 9.

     


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