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The Mozambican National Institute for Hydrography and Navigation (INAHINA) says that the access channel and berths of the port of Beira have remained safe, despite the impact of Cyclone Idai, which struck the central provinces of Sofala , Manica, Tete and Zambézia.
An INAHINA team carried out a hydrographic survey to assess damages caused by the cyclone and determine navigability few days ago, and discovered no navigational hazards along the piers or in the manoeuvring zone.
“No obstacle was detected in the port access channel from Bóia P to the quays either. Only a sand bank on the Macuti curve should be noted,” a statement cited by newspaper Noticias on Tuesday reads.Source: AIM Moçambique
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