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Effects of Ciclone in the ports


published on 14 July 2023 8 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Praticagem do Brasil". Originally published on 2023-07-13.
As praticagens que atuam no litoral atingido pelo ciclone extratropical estão em estágio de alerta, avaliando constantemente os efeitos da ressaca e as condições de segurança dos canais de acesso. O objetivo é evitar acidentes e minimizar os impactos na logística e operacionalidade dos portos.

Em São Francisco do Sul (SC), o gerenciamento da situação já ultrapassa 12 horas, monitorando lanchas, navios fundeados e enviando rebocadores para o cais. Em Itajaí (SC), a preocupação inicial começou com a correnteza e agora com os ventos fortes. Já Imbituba (SC) registra ondas superiores a três metros. Em Paranaguá (PR), as rajadas de vento chegaram a 34 nós e, em Rio Grande (RS), a 79 nós.

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