Iron Gate (Serbia-Romania)

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Iron Gate cruise port

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Local Time
2024-06-15 08:39

min: 51 °F (10 °C) / max: 83 °F (29 °C) 64°F
17.5°C
Wind: 314°/ 1.7 m/s  Gust: 2.7 m/sWind: 314°/ 1.7 m/s  Gust: 2.7 m/sLight breeze
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Min / Max Temperature83 °F / 29 °C
51 °F / 11 °C
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Port Iron Gate cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Iron Gate, Serbia-Romania. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

DayShipArrivalDeparture
2 June, 2024
Sunday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Ullur
3 June, 2024
Monday
Scylla Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS William Wordsworth
3 June, 2024
Monday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Andrea
5 June, 2024
Wednesday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Kadlin
5 June, 2024
Wednesday
Luftner-Amadeus River Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Amadeus Silver
6 June, 2024
Thursday
Scenic Cruises Cruises cruise lineScenic Jasper
6 June, 2024
Thursday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Prinzessin Isabella
7 June, 2024
Friday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Adora
7 June, 2024
Friday
Mystic Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Bolero
7 June, 2024
Friday
AmaWaterways Cruises cruise lineAmaBella
8 June, 2024
Saturday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Anna Katharina
9 June, 2024
Sunday
Scylla Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Thomas Hardy
10 June, 2024
Monday
Scenic Cruises Cruises cruise lineScenic Amber
11 June, 2024
Tuesday
Mystic Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Bolero
13 June, 2024
Thursday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Ariana
13 June, 2024
Thursday
Mystic Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Maxima
13 June, 2024
Thursday
AmaWaterways Cruises cruise lineAmaBella
14 June, 2024
Friday
Mystic Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Viktoria
14 June, 2024
Friday
AmaWaterways Cruises cruise lineAmaVerde
16 June, 2024
Sunday
Scenic Cruises Cruises cruise lineScenic Amber
16 June, 2024
Sunday
Luftner-Amadeus River Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Amadeus Silver
18 June, 2024
Tuesday
Mystic Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Viktoria
19 June, 2024
Wednesday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Rinda
19 June, 2024
Wednesday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Andrea
20 June, 2024
Thursday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Prinzessin Isabella
20 June, 2024
Thursday
AmaWaterways Cruises cruise lineAmaVerde
21 June, 2024
Friday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Adora
22 June, 2024
Saturday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Ullur
23 June, 2024
Sunday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Vidar
23 June, 2024
Sunday
River Cruises Cruises cruise lineDCS Amethyst
24 June, 2024
Monday
Scylla Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS William Wordsworth
24 June, 2024
Monday
Phoenix Reisen Cruises cruise lineMS Anna Katharina
27 June, 2024
Thursday
Luftner-Amadeus River Cruises Cruises cruise lineMS Amadeus Silver
27 June, 2024
Thursday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Rinda
27 June, 2024
Thursday
AmaWaterways Cruises cruise lineAmaMagna
30 June, 2024
Sunday
Viking Cruises Cruises cruise lineViking Ullur

Iron Gate is the largest dam on Danube River. Located between Romania and Serbia, this is one of Europe's largest Hydroelectric power plants (two stations). 

Iron Gates is a scenic gorge that forms part of the Serbia-Romania border. The waterway is approx 134 km (83 mi) long. The hydroelectric dams are two, the larger being "Iron Gate I" (1971-opened, reservoir capacity 2,1 km3 / 0,5 mi3, surface area 104,4 km2 / 40,3 mi2) and the smaller one is "Iron Gate II" (1984-opened, reservoir capacity 0,6 km3 / 0,14 mi3, surface area 52 km2 / 20 mi2). Iron Gate 1 station's combined annual capacity is 10,89 TWh (5,24 TWh Romanian + 5,65 TWh Serbian). Iron Gate 2 station's combined annual capacity is 2,61 TWh (1,3 TWh Romanian plus 1,31 TWh Serbian).

The Iron Gate Dam's construction started in 1964 as a joint venture between both communist countries - Romania and Yugoslavia (of which Serbia was part until 1992). When completed in 1984, the Dam's both stations had a total of 16 generators producing 432 MW (megawatt) power in total. The generated hydropower back then was equally divided between both countries.

Today, Serbia produces more power annually due to its newer (more efficient) equipment. The Serbian power station has 10 generators (total power output 270 MW) producing approx 1,46 TWh per year. The Romanian power station has 10 generators (total installed capacity 321 MW) producing approx 1,3 TWh (terawatt-hours) per year.

Currently, the Iron Gate powerplant's total generation capacity is 591 MW.

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