Окончание периода ледокольных проводок в Усть-Луге

Icebreaking Period in Ust-Luga Over

  • By order of Harbour Master of Ust-Luga, w.e.f. April 12 the icebreaking period in the port is over.

    As there is still a risk of encountering ice floes in the channels and fairways, masters are recommended to navigate cautiously.


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