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Sails suspended on some coasts of Venezuela due to trough in the Caribbean Sea

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Sails suspended on some coasts of Venezuela due to trough in the Caribbean Sea

The National Institute of Aquatic Spaces (Inea) has announced the suspension of sailings of all vessels in the central and eastern coastal area of Venezuela due to an intense trough in the Caribbean Sea. The suspension affects fishing, sports, passenger, and recreational vessels in Puerto Sucre, Puerto La Cruz, Carenero, and La Guaira from 2:00 PM today until the same time tomorrow. According to the meteorological warning, waves of 1.0 to 1.8 meters high are expected, with a predominant east-northeast wind of 10 to 25 knots. While the swell has affected fishing activities in the Paraguaná Peninsula, Falcón state, sailings in the western region have not been suspended. This atmospheric phenomenon comes just before the start of the weekend prior to the Carnival festivities in 2024. Be sure to stay updated on the latest developments in this situation.

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