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New Cargo Ship MV Frijsenborg Calls Port Everglades

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June 17, 2016

Welcoming Frijsenborg Master Francesco Rafanelli to Port Everglades are, from left: John Mullins of Portus, and from Port Everglades: Deputy Port Director Glenn Wiltshire, Business Development Manager Robert Barcel ó, Chief Executive Steve Cernak and Assistant Director of Business Development Jean Elie. (Photo: Port Everglades)

Welcoming Frijsenborg Master Francesco Rafanelli to Port Everglades are, from left: John Mullins of Portus, and from Port Everglades: Deputy Port Director Glenn Wiltshire, Business Development Manager Robert Barcel ó, Chief Executive Steve Cernak and Assistant Director of Business Development Jean Elie. (Photo: Port Everglades)

Broward County's Port Everglades today welcomed Nordana's newly built cargo ship MV Frijsenborg on the vessel's maiden call to South Florida. Port Everglades Chief Executive & Port Director Steve Cernak and Deputy Port Director Glenn Wiltshire presented a traditional plaque and port challenge coin to Frijsenborg Master Francesco Rafanelli to mark the occasion. 
 
Built by Cantiere Navale Visentini of Porto Viro, Italy, the Frijsenborg is 179.46 meters long with gross tonnage of 21,970. It is equipped with modern air emissions control scrubbers, and can handle heavy lift, yachts, rolling stock and containerized cargoes. Portus is the stevedoring company for Nordana at Port Everglades.
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