Kirton & Co Limited

Kirton & Co Ltd founded in 1884

Kirton & Co. Ltd. is family owned and the company has built up an enviable reputation for integrety and professional service coupled with personal... Read More

Marinas & Ports of Malta

Grand Harbour Marina

Grand Harbour Marina, Vittoriosa, is a luxury marina set against the glorious scenic background of a UNESCO World Heritage site. With 500 proud years of tradition, the town today characterises modern Malta's lifestyle, where the historic waterfront buildings now play host to chic restaurants and bars on the quayside. Ideally placed in the centre of the Mediterranean for cruising, as home port or winter stop-over. They have berths for yachts up to 135m LOA alongside (100m stern-to).

Coordinates: 35°53' 15''N 14°31' 14''E

 

Manoel Island Marina

Manoel Island Yacht Marina, is centrally located in Gzira. In the vicinity one also find numerous restaurants, bars and convenience shops. 

The Marina can accommodate vessels up to 80 meters in length stern to or along-side. 

Space allocated to yachts is limited. 

Coordinates: 35°54′18″North 14°29′40″ East

Valletta Cruise Port

The Valletta Waterfront is also the gateway to Malta’s capital city, Valletta – a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen. In fact, as one of the most successful Mediterranean ports, the Port of Valletta welcomes more than half-a-million cruise passengers into this open air museum.  The Valletta Waterfront invites you to discover its complete mix of retail, dining and leisure experiences.

The majestic setting within the Grand Harbour, a natural deep water port, for many thousands of years the epicentre of Malta’s maritime activity, a truly exceptional and outstanding backdrop, which can also be enjoyed by Vessels visiting the Island.

 

Malta Freeport 

Since operations began in 1988, Malta Freeport has established itself as a major maritime transshipment logistic centre in the Mediterranean presently ranking with the key players in the region. Malta Freeport Terminals Limited amalgamates the activities of container handling and industrial storage and is renowned for its business culture, the relative absence of red tape and its ability to adapt quickly to changing trade patterns. To operate and further develop Malta Freeport Terminals, the Government of Malta awarded CMA CGM a 30-year concession in October 2004. Furthermore, in February 2008 CMA CGM was granted an extension of the concession for Malta Freeport Terminals from 30 years to 65 years.

The Freeport now offers a total operational quay length of 2km, a total area for container storage of 650,000 square metres and a total of 14,040 container ground slots.

More information can be found here.

 

Oiltanking 

Oiltanking Malta Limited, is a subsidiary of Oiltanking Gmbh one of the largest independent tank storage providers for petroleum products world-wide, operating 73 terminals in 21 countries with an overall capacity of 12 million cbm.

The storage facilities operated by Oiltanking Malta Limited are organized in four tank farms providing a total built capacity of 535,000 cubic meters. The facility is served by four jetties operated exclusively by Oiltanking Malta Limited with a capacity to handle vessels up to 120,000 dwt with a maximum of draft of 16.9 meters.

Cargoes handled include crude oil, fuel oil, feedstocks, gas oil, jet fuel, gasoline and components. Special services include blending, butanising, injection of additives, tank-to-tank transfers and ship-to-ship operations.

More information can be found here