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» CARIBBEAN PORT PROFILES Aruba Ports Authority NV PRIMARY CARGOS: INBOUND Freeport Container Port Terminal 99 percent transshipment operation 1 percent domestic - all cargo FREEPORT HARBOUR Consumable goods, dood, clothing and automobiles (80 percent) Port Administration Building, L.G. Smith Blvd. 23, Oranjestad, ARUBA Tel: 011 (297) 523 4300 Fax: 011 (297) 523 4343 www.arubaports.com jossy.figaroa@arubaports.com PORT COMMISSIONERS Rudi Th.J.M Oomen, Chairman Louis Posner, Vice Chairman/Commissioner David Wever, Commissioner Anthony Geerman, Commissioner Eugene Lacle, Commissioner Wilfred Duinkerk, Commissioner Marlon Maduro, Commissioner PRIMARY CARGOS: OUTBOUND FREEPORT HARBOUR Polystyrene (90 percent) MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH Entrance channel and turning basin depth: 16 m. (52 ft.) CRUISE TERMINALS & FACILITIES Lucayan Harbour Total area: 1,686 acres Ship berths: 8 Total berth length: 2,501 m. (8,207 ft.) Minimum depth alongside: 9.14 m. (30 ft.) Cruise terminals: 2 Retail and entertainment complex: 26,000 sq. ft. Cultural Bahamian Straw Market Vessels with a maximum draft of 30 ft. can be accommodated alongside; cruise lines of up to 1,000 ft. length overall can be facilitated. PORT STAFF Jossy Figaroa, Managing Director H.J. (Humphrey) Tromp, Deputy Director/Financial Manager P.R. (Ronnie) Angela, Head of Security H. (Sonny) Hoo, Nautical Advisor J.C. (Johnny) Martes, Risk Manager MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH 36 ft. CRUISE TERMINALS & FACILITIES The Cruise Port in Oranjestad houses two air-conditioned terminals offering visitors to our island a full-fledged cultural, historical and heritage information center; 28 shops offering a wide variety of merchandise, including perfume, Dutch delicacies and local arts and crafts and souvenirs, ATM services, restroom facilities, international call services, Wi-Fi cards and Internet services. The cruise terminal remains open for the major part of a ship's stay in port. CARGO TERMINALS & FACILITIES CARGO TERMINAL AT ORANJESTAD: Operation: 24/7 Depth alongside: 30 ft.; seven berths: length 560-1750 ft. One 50-ton gantry crane; one 104-ton mobile harbor crane. Reefer warehousing capacity: 36 reefer plug-in connections on container terminal. CARGO TERMINAL AT BARCADERA: Operation: 24/7/365 Berths: One 350 m. concrete berth with maximum draft: 9.75 m. One ro-ro platform at western end of concrete dock. Width: 12 m., depth: 4.26 m. All non-containerized cargo, breakbulk, ro-ro, aggregates, LPG gas and gasoline are handled at this facility located 3 miles southeast of the Port of Oranjestad. ADDITIONAL PORT INFORMATION Stevedoring: Aruba Stevedoring Company (ASTEC) N.V.; L.G. Smith Blvd. 23, Oranjestad, Aruba; Tel: (297) 582-2558. Free zone company: Free Zone Aruba NV, Av. Milio Croes 118-A, Dakota, P.O. Box 225, Aruba; Tel: (297) 582-0909, Fax: (297) 582-0888, Email: info@fzanv.com. Airport: Queen Beatrix International Airport, Oranjestad, Aruba; Tel: (297) 582-4800. OTHER PORT OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ Towing, Pilotage & Mooring: Aruba Ports Authority. FEDERAL CUSTOMS OFFICE Customs Office, L.G. Smith Blvd. 84-88, Oranjestad, Aruba; Tel: (297) 582-1800 Fax: (297) 583-7164 Freeport Harbour Company (Bahamas) New Harbor Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, 42465, BAHAMAS Tel: (242) 688-8501/(242) 688-8502 (Dawn) Fax: (242) 351-7363 www.freeportcontainerport.com forbes.orlando@fhcbahamas.com PORT STAFF Godfrey Smith, Chief Executive Orlando Forbes, Port Director Rudy Tener-Knowles, Commercial Manager Charles Rolle, Senior Marine Pilot Sherry Brookes, Public Relations & Government Affairs Manager *Denotes Introductory Membership CARGO TERMINALS & FACILITIES Annual handling capacity: 32,844 containers Bonded warehouse: 36,000 sq. ft. Ro-ro ramps: 5 Trailer park capacity: 1,100 trailers (ro-ro) Additional land adjacent to cargo: 30 acres (not developed) FREEPORT CONTAINER PORT TERMINAL: Annual Handling Capacity: 1,500,000 TEUs Total Area: 56.2 Ha Total Berth Length: 1,036 m (3,400 ft) Minimum Depth Alongside: 16.1 M (52.8 ft) Quay Cranes - Super Post Panamax: 10 Megaport Straddle Carrier: 1 Empty Container Handlers: 3 Yard Cranes (Straddles): 73 Gottwald Mobile Harbour Cranes: 2 Navis Ship Planning & Yard Management System Reefer Points: 460 TEUs 2001 - 560,000 2002 - 800,000 2003 - 1,057,879 2004 - 1,100,000 2005 - 1,100,000 2006 - 1,400,000 2007 - 1,600,000 2008 - 1,700,000 OTHER PORT OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ Sea Air Business Center (SABC) is a 741-acre free-trade zone between the airport, container port and harbour, which is the perfect choice and location for warehousing, distribution, transshipping and value-added manufacturing companies. SABC is ideal for companies intending to increase business between the U.S., Europe and Latin America. SABC also provides easy access to all of the Caribbean market. OTHER PORT AREA SERVICES Bunkers/fuel; chandlery; cold storage; environmental and waste services; marine services; marine equipment and supplies; oil spill response/recovery; ship repair; towing and tug services; yacht repair yard; warehousing/bonded; power company (1 mile), utility company (3 miles), marinas (12 miles), development company - residential, industrial and commercial property for sale (4 miles). BRADFORD GRAND BAHAMA LIMITED Full-service yacht and ship repair facility with services that include yacht storage, an engine shop, lay-up and wet docking facilities. Vessels are hauled out on a 1,200-ton floating dry dock and a 150-ton travelift. Several 150- to 200-foot yachts have been hauled and repaired at the facility, as well as several coastal freighters. Recreational boats, motor and sailing yachts, fishing and military vessels have all used Bradford Grand Bahama marine maintenance and repair services. Wet dockage is available for vessels up to 315 feet, and dry storage is available for vessels under 150 tons. AAPA SEAPORTS OF THE AMERICAS * 2016 Membership Directory 103 http://www.arubaports.com http://www.freeportcontainerport.com

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Chairman’s Message
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AAPA Bylaws
PPM®-Certified Professional Port Managers
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U.S. Ports Map
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Canadian Ports Map
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Caribbean Ports Map
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Latin American Ports Map
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Honorary Members
Port & Industry Services Directory
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