Port of Mostyn News

Port of Mostyn News

£590M TIDAL LAGOON WILL CREATE 300 JOBS

A £590m tidal lagoon will create 300 jobs, power 82000 homes and help North Wales economy recover. Plans have been unveiled for a £590 million tidal lagoon capable of providing low carbon electricity to power 82,000 homes in North Wales. Building the 6.7 kilometre long lagoon, stretching from the breakwater at Mostyn to Point of…

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BON VOYAGE

February 13th 2020 was a poignant day for the Port when we said a final “Bon Voyage” to the LDS Seaplane ship M.V. “Cuidad de Cadiz” as she sailed from Mostyn to Bordeaux having loaded the final set of Airbus A380 aircraft wings. For the last 16 years the Port and the Dee River Craft…

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DEPUTY HARBOURMASTER APPOINTED

The Port is pleased to announce and welcome Neil Coulson to our Marine department as Deputy Harbourmaster/Pilot. Neil joined the company in January 2020 from being Master of the Dee River Craft – Afon Dyfrdwy – which transported the wings for the A380 aircraft from the Airbus factory at Broughton down the river Dee to…

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JIMS MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB

Update July 2019 Jim took on the challenge of summiting Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro with the aim of raising the funds needed for a modernised kitchen as part of the extensive refurbishment and extension programme currently taking place at St Kentigern hospice. Jim made the tough journey through varying terrains to the summit. Despite…

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New website for port of mostyn

Th Port of Mostyn has redeveloped their website to make it more accessible to mobile phone viewers as well as bolstering security. Our website is secure and uses HTTPS encryption. This means all data transferred between the browser and the server is encrypted. The platform for this website is WordPress. A platform used by millions…