(mōnfälkô`nā), city (1991 pop. 27,223), in Friuli–Venezia Giulia, extreme NE Italy, near the Adriatic Sea. Manufactures of this modern industrial center include ships, airplanes, textiles, chemicals, and refined oil.
GER TUMELTY, successful in the 2011 Norway Champion Hurdle aboard Monfalcone, bids to land the Swedish Grand National, the richest and most challenging jumps race in Scandinavia, on the ten-year-old at Stromsholm this afternoon, writes Richard Birch.
Marlboro 3, Clinton 0: Captain Jonny Maciel had seven kills and four aces, senior Jake Monfalcone had five kills and three aces and captain Connor Bailey had six assists and four aces as the host Panthers (2-2) topped the Gaels.
I was at the handover ceremony in the shipyard at Monfalcone, near Trieste, to grab a sneak peek at the interior of the mighty 1,082ft-long ship which would be taller than London's iconic Shard skyscraper if you could stand it on its stern.
TYNE SHIPPING MOVEMENTS Arrivals Date/Time Name From To 2709 0900 King Ijmuiden Ro Ro 3 Seaways 2709 1100 City of Rome Le Havre TCT 2809 0639 Galicia Sheerness Ro Ro 4 2809 0900 Princess Seaways Ijmuiden Ro Ro 3 2809 0900 Hanse Vision Felixstowe Con Term Sailings Date/Time Name From To 2709 1530 City of Paris TCT 3 Draammen 2709 1700 King Seaways Ro Ro 3 Ijmuiden 1710 1400 HMS Example Hillgate Qy Sea 2709 2359 Cielo di Monfalcone RRQ Sea 1710 0900 Prince of Scandinavia Ro Ro 4 Ijmuiden 2809 1130 Sapphire Ace TCT 1 Amsterdam 2809 1459 Galicia Ro Ro 4 Zeebrugge 2809 1700 Princess Seaways Ro Ro 3 Ijmuiden 2809 1730 City of Rome TCT 2 Le Havre
The 3,690-passenger vessel, currently in the final stages of construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, had a full contingent of officers, technicians, and engineers on board who tested the shipOs navigation, technical and mechanical systems.