Harbour

Berthing

Only restriction is max. draft of 28.0' up to 40.0' at MLW.

 

Berths

Berth No. 1 (Texaco): 40.0' at MLW/concrete T-Pier; tankers only.

Berth No. 1-A (molasses): 30.0' at MLW/concrete T-Pier; tankers only.

Berth No. 2: Out of service.

Berth No. 3: 34.0' at MLW/195.0 m; tankers, bulk, general, containers.

Berth No. 4: 34.0' at MLW/323.0 m; bulk, general, containers.

Berth No. 5: 34.0' at MLW/478.0 m; container terminal only.

 

Access channel: 36.0' at MLW.

 

The Port Authority provides linemen for mooring and unmooring. Loading of tankers to be done with vessel's pumps; loading and unloading of bulk and general cargoes are to be done with vessel's gear and equipment. Loading and unloading of containers usually done with container shore cranes and vessel's cranes.

 

Tankers:

 

Berth No. 1 (Texaco), discharge only

MOGAS 87 or 95  8" hose - 4,500 U.S. bbls/hour 
Diesel 12" hose - 7,000 U.S. bbls/hour 
Avjet 6" hose - 1,500 U.S. bbls/hour 
Fuel oil 12" hose - 5,000 U.S. bbls/hour 
LPG 6" hose - 1,200 U.S. bbls/hour 

 

Berth No. 1-A (molasses), discharge

Palm oil 6" hose - 100.0 mts/hour
Yellow grease 6" hose - 60.0 mts/hour
Caustic soda 6" hose - 100.0 mts/hour
Lubricants 6" hose - 60.0 mts/hour
Other chemicals 6" hose - 100.0 mts/hour

 

Berth No. 1-A (molasses), load

Molasses 12" hose - 300.0 mts/hour
Palm oil 6" hose - 100.00 mts/hour

 

Berth No. 3, discharge only

Diesel 8" hose - 5,000 U.S. bbls/hour
Fuel oil 12" hose - 5,000 U.S. bbls/hour
Asphalt  8" hose - 1,000 U.S. bbls/hour

 

LNG/LPG facilities

Available at Berth No. 1 (Texaco), 1 x 6" hose, about 1,200 bbls/hour. One import of about 12,000 bbls every 30 days.

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