Maintenance at Kiel-Holtenau

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Thursday, July 10, 2014

 

The Kiel Canal Authority, Germany, has announced that due to maintenance works, the New Big South Lock at Kiel-Holtenau will be out of operation next week during the following periods:

Mon 14 July: 12:00–18:00 hours

Tue 15 July: 07:00–17:00 hours

Wed 16 July: 07:00–17:00 hours

During these periods, only the New Big North Lock will be in service.


Source: Sartori & Berger - GAC agent -hub.gb@gac.com

 

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