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ADMIRALTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS VOLUME 6, PART 3 NP 286 (3) 2009/10 -
PILOT SERVICES, VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES and ,/ PORT OPERATIONS Mediterranean and Africa (including Persian Gu If) © Crown Copyright 2009 PUBLISHED BY THE UNITED KINGDOM HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE CONTENTS LIST ALBANIA ..................•....•....................................•........•............................................. 1 CAMEROON ........................................................................................................... 27 GENERAL NOTES ................................................................................................. 1 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 27 DURRES ................................................................................................................ 1 DOUALA .............................................................................................................. 27 SARANDE .............................................................................................................. 2 EBOME MARINE TERMINAL .............................................................................. 28 SHENGJIN ............................................................................................................. 2 KOLE MARINE TERMINAL ................................................................................. 28 VLORE (VALONA) ................................................................................................. 2 KOME-KRIBI1 MARINE TERMINAL ................................................................... 29 ALGERIA .................................................................................................................. 2 MOUDI MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................................... 30 GENERAL NOTES ................................................................................................. 2 CAPE VERDE (CABO VERDE) ............................................................................. 30 ALGER ................................................................................................................... 3 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 30 ANNABA ................................................................................................................ 3 BAIA DA PALMEIRA, IIha do Sal ......................................................................... 30 ARZEW .................................................................................................................. 3 PORTO GRANDE, MINDELO, IIha de Sao Vicente ............................................. 30 Arzew-EI-Djedid, including Bethioua ...................................................................... 4 PRAIA, IIha de Santiago ...................................................................................... 31 BEJAIA ................................................................................................................... 4 COMOROS .............................................................................................................. 31 DELLVS .................................................................................................................. 5 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 31 DJEN-DJEN ........................................................................................................... 5 DZAOUDZI, lie Pamanzi, lie Mayotte ................................................................... 31 GHAZAOUET ......................................................................................................... 5 LONGONI, lie Mayotte ......................................................................................... 32 MOSTAGANEM ...................................................................................................... 6 MUTSAMUDU ...................................................................................................... 32 ORAN ..................................................................................................................... 6 CONGO .................................................................................................................... 33 SKIKDA .................................................................................................................. 6 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 33 TENES ................................................................................................................... 7 POINTE NOIRE ................................................................................................... 33 ANGOLA ................................................................................................................... 7 Djeno Oil Terminal. ............................................................................................... 33 GENERAL NOTES ................................................................................................. 7 N'Kossa Offshore Loading Terminal ..................................................................... 34 ~ BRIZ ................................................................................................................. 8 VOMBO OIL TERMINAL (FPSO) ......................................................................... 34 "ABINDA ............................................................................................................... 8 CONGO (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLlC} .................................................................. 35 CANUKU TERMINAL ............................................................................................. 8 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 35 DALlA TERMINAL. ................................................................................................. 8 BANANA .............................................................................................................. 35 FUTILA TERMINAL, Cabinda ................................................................................ 9 BOMA, Congo River ............................................................................................. 35 GIRASSOL TERMINAL ......................................................................................... 9 MATADI, Congo River .......................................................................................... 35 GREATER PLUTONIO TERMINAL. ..................................................................... 10 MUANDA OIL TERMINAL .................................................................................... 35 KIZOMBA A TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 10 CROATIA ................................................................................................................. 36 KIZOMBA B TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 11 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 36 KUITO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ......................................................................... 11 DUBROVNIK ........................................................................................................ 37 LOBITO ................................................................................................................ 12 HVAR, Otok Hvar ................................................................................................. 37 LUANDA ............................................................................................................... 12 KORCULA, Otok Korcula ..................................................................................... 37 Luanda, Petrangol Refinery ................................................................................. 12 OMISALJ, Otok Krk .............................................................................................. 38 MALONGO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ................................................................. 13 PLOCE ................................................................................................................. 38 MoCAMEDES, Baia de Namibe .......................................................................... 13 PLOMIN ............................................................................................................... 39 MONDO TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield ............................................................ 14 PULA .................................................................................................................... 39 PALANCA TERMINAL ......................................................................................... 14 RASA, including Trget .......................................................................................... 39 PORTO NAMIBE, Baia de Namibe ...................................................................... 15 RIJEKA ................................................................................................................ 40 PORTO SACO, Baia de Namibe .......................................................................... 15 SENJ .................................................................................................................... 41 PORTO SALAZAR, Baia de Namibe ................................................................... 15 SIBENIK ............................................................................................................... 41 SANHA LPG TERMINAL, Cabinda ...................................................................... 15 SPLiT ................................................................................................................... 41 SAXI-BATUQUE TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield ................................................ 16 TROGIR ............................................................................................................... 42 TAKULA OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ...................................................................... 16 UMAG .................................................................................................................. 42 :OMBA TERMINAL .......................................................................................... 17 ZADAR ................................................................................................................. 42 'i\SCENSION ISLAND (UK) ................................................................................... 17 CyPRUS .................................................................................................................. 43 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 17 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 43 GEORGETOWN, Ascension Island (CLARENCE BAV) ....................................... 17 DHEKELlA ........................................................................................................... 44 Ascension Island (UK), Airfield ............................................................................ 18 FAMAGUSTA ....................................................................................................... 44 Ascension Island (UK), English Bay ..................................................................... 18 KVRENIA ............................................................................................................. 45 BAHRAIN ................................................................................................................ 18 LARNACA ............................................................................................................ 45 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 18 LlMASSOL ........................................................................................................... 45 MINA' SALMAN .................................................................................................... 18 Akroti ri .................................................................................................................. 46 Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) BSC Terminal ........................................ 21 VASILlKOS ........................................................................................................... 46 Bahrain, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA) Jetty ........................................................... 21 DJIBOUTI ................................................................................................................ 47 Bahrain, ASRV Drydock ....................................................................................... 21 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 47 Bahrain, GIIC Terminal ......................................................................................... 22 DJIBOUTI ............................................................................................................. 47 BALEARES, ISLAS (Spain) .................................................................................. 22 Doraleh ................................................................................................................ 48 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 22 EGYPT ..................................................................................................................... 48 ALCUDIA, Mallorca .............................................................................................. 22 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 48 IBIZA, Isla de Ibiza ............................................................................................... 23 ABO aiR .............................................................................................................. 49 MAHON, Menorca ................................................................................................ 23 AIN SUKHNA TERMINAL .................................................................................... 49 PALMA, Mallorca .................................................................................................. 23 AL ISKANDARivAH (ALEXANDRIA) ................................................................... 50 BENIN .............. _ ....................................................................................................... 24 Ad Dukhaylah (El Dikheila) .................................................................................. 50 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 24 DUMVAT (DAMIETIA) ......................................................................................... 51 COTONOU ........................................................................................................... 24 EAST ZEIT TERMINAL ........................................................................................ 51 BULGARIA .............................................................................................................. 25 EL 'ALAMEIN MARINE TERMINAL, Marsa al t1amra ......................................... 52 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 25 EL MA'DivA PORT (AL MuADDivAH PORT) ...................................................... 52 BALCHIK .............................................................................................................. 25 EL TOR (AT TOR or EL TOUR) ........................................................................... 52 BURGAS .............................................................................................................. 26 IDKU LNG PORT ................................................................................................. 52 VARNA ................................................................................................................. 26 NUWEIBA (NUWAIBA) ........................................................................................ 53 xxiii CONTENTS LIST RAS BUDRAN OIL TERMINAL ......................................................................... 53 GHANA .................................................................................................................... 99 RAS GHARIB TERMINAL .................................................................................... 53 GENERAL NOTES .............................................................................................. 99 RAS SHUKHEIR TERMINAL ............................................................................... 54 SAFAJA (SAFAGA) .............................................................................................. 54 SHARM ASH SHAYKH (SHARM EL SHEIKH) ................................................... 55 SIDI KERIR OIL TERMINAL .............................................................................. 55 TAKORADI ........................................................................................................... 99 Takoradi, Thermal Power Station (Aboadi SPM) ................................................ 100 TEMA ................................................................................................................. 100 SOKHNA PORT (NORTH AIN SUKHNA PORT) ................................................. 56 GREECE ................................................................................................................ 101 SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS) ................................................................. 56 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 101 Bur al Suways (Port Suez) ................................................................................... 60 ADHAMAS, ORMOS MILOU, Nisos Milos ......................................................... 103 Bur Sa7d (Port Said) .......................................................................................... 60 Ormos Voudhia Terminal. ................................................................................... 103 El ∙Arish ................................................................................................................ 61 Ismailia ................................................................................................................. 61 SUEZ, GULF OF .................................................................................................. 61 TIRAN, STRAIT OF .............................................................................................. 63 WADI FEIRAN TERMINAL ................................................................................ 63 AIYINA (AEGINA, Nisos Aiyina) ...................................................................... 103 AIYION (EGIO, Pelopannisos) ........................................................................... 104 ALEXANDROUPOLlS ........................................................................................ 104 ASPRA SPITIA (ANDIKIRA or ANTIKYRA) ....................................................... 104 ZAAFARANA TERMINAL. .................................................................................... 64 ASPROPIRGOS OIL TERMINAL. ...................................................................... 105 ZEIT BAY TERMINAL .......................................................................................... 64 ASTAKOS-PLATIYIALI, Ormos Platiyiali ............................................................ 105 EQUATORIAL GUINEA ......................................................................................... 64 AYIOI THEODHOROI TERMINAL ..................................................................... 106 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 64 BATA, including Puerto Macias Nguema .............................................................. 65 CEIBA TERMINAL ............................................................................................... 65 LUBA, Santa Isabel, Bioko ................................................................................... 66 MALABO, Santa Isabel, Bioko ............................................................................. 66 PUNTA EUROPA MARINE TERMINAL, Bioko .................................................... 66 AYIOS NIKOLAOS (AGIOS NIKOLAOS, Kriti (Crete)) ....................................... 106 CHANIA (HANIA, Krfti (Crete)) ........................................................................... 106 DHIORIX KORINTHOU (CORINTH CANAL) .................................................... 107 ELEVSIS (ELEUSIS) .......................................................................................... 107 ERMOUPOLlS (SIROS or SYROS, Nisos Siros) ............................................ . PUNTA PLANA, Bioko ......................................................................................... 67 IGOUMENITSA .................................................................................................. 108 SERPENTINA TERMINAL, Zafiro Oil Field, Bioko ............................................... 67 IRAKLEIO (HERAKLlON, Kriti (Crete)) .............................................................. 109 ERITREA ................................................................................................................ 68 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 68 ASEB (ASSAB) .................................................................................................... 68 MITS'IWA (MASSAWA) ........................................................................................ 68 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) ......................................................................... 69 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 69 ISTHMIA, Pelop6nnisos ..................................................................................... 109 ITEA ................................................................................................................... 110 KALAMATA (KALAMI, Pelop6nnisos) ............................................................. 110 KATAKOLON, Pelop6nnisos .............................................................................. 110 KAVA LA (CAVALA) ............................................................................................ 110 AJACCIO, Corse .................................................................................................. 71 KERKIRA (KERKYRA or CORFU, Nisos Kerkira) ............................................. 111 BASTIA, Corse .................................................................................................... 72 KHALKIS (CHALKIS) ......................................................................................... 113 Lucciana Oil Terminal, Bastia, Corse ................................................................... 72 BONIFACIO, Corse .............................................................................................. 72 CALVI, Corse ....................................................................................................... 73 FRANCE -
SURNAV (MEDITERRANEAN COAST) ............................................. 73 GOLFE DE FOS ................................................................................................... 76 KHIOS (CHIOS, Nisos Khios) ............................................................................ 114 KOS, Nisos K6s ................................................................................................. 114 KYMASSI, Nisos Ewoia .................................................................................... 114 LAGOS, Vist6nikos Ormos ................................................................................. 115 L'lLE-ROUSSE, Corse ......................................................................................... 78 LAKKI ................................................................................................................. 115 MARSEILLE ......................................................................................................... 78 LARIMNA (LARYMNA) ...................................................................................... 115 La Ciotat. .............................................................................................................. 80 LAVRION (LAURIUM) ........................................................................................ 116 NiCE .................................................................................................................... 81 LlMIN ALlVERIOU ............................................................................................ 116 Cannes ................................................................................................................. 82 Villefranche-sur-Mer ............................................................................................. 82 PORT-LA-NOUVELLE ......................................................................................... 83 PORT-VENDRES ................................................................................................. 83 MIKONOS, Nisos Mikonos ................................................................................ 116 MITILlNI, Nisos Lesvos ...................................................................................... 117 NEA MOUDHANIA ............................................................................................ ..-
PORTO-VECCHIO, Corse ................................................................................... 84 NISIDHA YIALI (YALI) ....................................................................................... 117 PROPRIANO, Corse ............................................................................................ 84 ORMOS KALON LlMENON, Kriti (Crete) ........................................................... 118 SAINT-RAPHAEL ................................................................................................. 85 pAKHI OIL TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 118 SETE .................................................................................................................... 85 SOLENZARA, Corse ............................................................................................ 86 TOULON .............................................................................................................. 86 GABON .................................................................................................................... 87 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 87 CAP LOPEZ TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 87 pATRAI, Pelop6nnisos (PATRAS) ..................................................................... 119 PEIRAIAs (PIRAEUS) ....................................................................................... 121 PILOS (PYLaS, Pelop6nnisos) ......................................................................... 124 PREVEZA .......................................................................................................... 124 RODOS, Nisos R6dos ....................................................................................... 125 ETAME MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................................... 88 SAMOS, Nisos Samos ....................................................................................... 125 GAMBA OIL TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 89 SKALA, Nisos Patmos ....................................................................................... 125 LUCINA OIL TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 89 OGUENDJO OIL TERMINAL. .............................................................................. 90 OWENDO ............................................................................................................. 90 PORT GENTIL ..................................................................................................... 91 GAMBIA, THE ........................................................................................................ 91 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 91 SKIATHOS, Nisos Skiathos ............................................................................... 125 SOUDHA, Kriti (Crete) .................................................................................... 126 STENON RIOU-ANDIRRIOU ............................................................................. 126 STillS (STYLlS or STYLlDA) ............................................................................ 127 THESSALONIKI (SALONICA) ............................................................................ 127 BANJUL (BATHURST) ............ _ ............................................................................ 91 THISVI ................................................................................................................ 127 GEORGIA ................................................................................................................ 92 VOLOS ............................................................................................................... 128 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................... 92 BAT'UMI ............................................................................................................... 92 GEORGIA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP) ........................................ 93 KULEVI ................................................................................................................ 97 ZAKINTHOS (ZAKYNTHOS or ZANTE, Nisos Zakinthos) ................................ 128 GUiNEA ................................................................................................................. 129 CONAKRY ......................................................................................................... 129 P'OT'I ................................................................................................................... 98 PORT KAMSAR ................................................................................................. 129 SOKHUMI (SUKHUM) ......................................................................................... 98 GUINEA∙BISSAU ................................................................................................. 129 SUPSA TERMINAL .............................................................................................. 99 BISSAU .............................................................................................................. 129 xxiv CONTENTS LIST IRAN ...................................................................................................................... 130 LA MAOOALENA, Sardegna .............................................................................. 163 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 130 LA SPEZIA ......................................................................................................... 163 ABADAN ...........................................................................••.............................. 130 LAMPEOUSA. Isola di Lampedusa .................................................................... 164 BANDAR IMAM KHOMEYNi. ............................................................................. 130 LlCATA. Sicilia .................................................................................................... 164 BANDARTAHERi .............................................................................................. 131 LlVORNO (LEGHORN) ...................................................................................... 165 BANDAR∙E MAHSHAHR ................................................................................... 131 MANFREOONIA ................................................................................................ 167 BANDAR-E SHAHiD RAJ'AI, including Bandar-e Shahid Bahonar ................... 132 MARINA 01 CARRARA ...................................................................................... 168 BOSHEHR ......................................................................................................... 132 MARSALA. Sicilia .............................................................................................. 168 CHAH BAHAR .................................................................................................... 133 MAZARA DEL VALLO. Sicilia .......................................................................... 169 JAZiREH-YE KHARK (KHARG ISLAND) ........................................................... 133 MELlLLI OIL TERMINAL, Sicilia ........................................................................ 171 JAZiREH-YE LAVAN (JAZiREH-YE SHEYKH SH'EYB) .................................... 133 MESSINA. Sicilia ............................................................................................... 171 JAZiREH-YE $IRRi ($IRRi ISLAND OIL TERMINAL) ....................................... 134 MILAZZO, Sicilia ................................................................................................ 173 KHORRAMSHAHR ............................................................................................ 134 Milazzo, Mediterranea Refinery ......................................................................... 173 KHOWR-E MOsA ....................................................... ; ...................................... 135 RA'S-E BARKAN OIL TERMINAL MOLA 01 BARI ................................................................................................... 174 MOLFETIA ........................................................................................................ 174 (BAHREGAN NORWUZ LOADING TERMINAL) .............................................. 135 SOROOSH TERMINAL. ..................................................................................... 135 MONFALCONE .................................................................................................. 174 MONOPOLl ........................................................................................................ 175 IRAQ ...................................................................................................................... 136 NAPOLl (NAPLES) ............................................................................................ 175 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 136 OLBIA. Sardegna ............................................................................................... 176 AL BA$RAH TERMINAL (AL BAKR TERMINAL) .............................................. 139 KHAWR AL AMAYA TERMINAL ....................................................................... 139 ORISTANO, Sardegna ....................................................................................... 177 ORTONA ............................................................................................................ 177 UMM QA$R (KHAWR AZ ZUBAYR HARBOUR CONTROL) ............................ 140 Ic:Q'O\EL ................................................................................................................. 140 OTRANTO .......................................................................................................... 178 PALERMO. Sicilia .............................................................................................. 178 j ~ERAL NOTES ............................................................................................ 140 PANTELLERIA. Isola di Pantelieria .................................................................... 182 AKKO ................................................................................................................. 141 ASHDOD ............................................................................................................ 141 ASHQELON ....................................................................................................... 141 EILAT ................................................................................................................. 142 HAD ERA TERMINAL ......................................................................................... 142 HEFA (HAIFA) .................................................................................................... 143 ISRAEL -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM ............................................................. 143 ITALY ..................................................................................................................... 144 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 144 ALASSIO ............................................................................................................ 146 ALGHERO, Sardegna ........................................................................................ 146 AMALFI ............................................................................................................. 146 ANCONA ............................................................................................................ 146 ANZIO ................................................................................................................ 147 ARBATAX. Sardegna ......................................................................................... 147 AUGUSTA. Sicilia ............................................................................................... 148 BAGNARA CALABRA ........................................................................................ 148 BAGNOLl ......................................................................................................... 149 BARI ................................................................................................................... 149 BARLETIA ......................................................................................................... 149 BOROIGHERA ................................................................................................... 150 ∙NOISI ........................................................................................................... 150 PESARO ............................................................................................................ 182 PESCARA .......................................................................................................... 182 PIOMBINO ......................................................................................................... 182 POLlCORO ........................................................................................................ 183 PONZA. Isola di Ponza ...................................................................................... 183 PORTICI. ............................................................................................................ 184 PORTO EMPEOOCLE. Sicilia ......................................................................... 184 PORTO FOXI (SARROCH OIL TERMINAL. Sardegna) ..................................... 184 PORTO GARIBALDI .......................................................................................... 185 PORTO LEVANTE ............................................................................................. 185 PORTO NOGARO .............................................................................................. 186 PORTO SANTO STEFANO ................................................................................ 186 PORTO TORRES. Sardegna ............................................................................. 186 PORTO VESME. Sardegna ............................................................................... 187 PORTOFERRAIO. Isola d∙Elba .......................................................................... 187 POZZALLO. Sicilia ............................................................................................. 188 QUILlANO TERMINAL. ...................................................................................... 188 RAVENNA. including Porto Corsini .................................................................... 188 REGGIO 01 CALABRIA ..................................................................................... 190 RIMINI ................................................................................................................ 190 RIPOSTO. Sicilia ................................................................................................ 191 SALERNO ............................................................................... _ .......................... 191 SAN BENEOETIO DEL TRONTO ..................................................................... 191 ."LlARI. Sardegna ......................................................................................... 151 SAN REMO ........................................................................................................ 192 CANNETO 01 LlPARI. Isole Eolie ...................................................................... 152 CARLOFORTE. Isola di San Pietro. Sardegna .................................................. 152 SANT' ANTIOCO. PORTO 01 (PONTE ROMANO. Sardegna) .......................... 192 SANTA MARGHERITA LlGURE ........................................................................ 192 CASTELLAMMARE 01 STABIA ...................................................................... 152 CATANIA. Sicilia ................................................................................................. 153 CERVIA .............................................................................................................. 153 SAVONA. including Vado Ligure ........................................................................ 192 SCIACCA. Sicilia ................................................................................................ 193 SENIGALLlA ...................................................................................................... 194 CHIOGGIA ......................................................................................................... 153 SIRACUSA, Sicilia ............................................................................................. 194 CIVITAVECCHIA ................................................................................................ 154 TARANTO .......................................................................................................... 194 CORIGLlANO CALABRO .................................................................................. 154 TERMINIIMERESE. Sicilia ................................................................................ 195 CROTONE ......................................................................................................... 155 TERMOLl ........................................................................................................... 195 FALCONARA MARITIlMA OFFSHORE TERMINAL. ........................................ 155 TERRACINA ...................................................................................................... 196 FANO ................................................................................................................. 156 TORRE ANNUNZIATA ....................................................................................... 196 FINALE LlGURE ................................................................................................ 156 TORRE DEL GRECO .................................................................................... 196 FIUMICINO ........................................................................................................ 156 TRANI ................................................................................................................ 197 GAETA ............................................................................................................... 157 TRAPANI. Sicilia ................................................................................................ 197 GALLIPOLI ......................................................................................................... 157 TRICASE ............................................................................................................ 198 GELA. Sicilia ...................................................................................................... 158 TRIESTE ............................................................................................................ 198 GENOVA ............................................................................................................ 158 VASTO ............................................................................................................... 200 Genova. Multedo Oil Harbour ............................................................................ 159 VENEZIA (VENiCE) ........................................................................................... 200 GIOIA TAURO .................................................................................................... 160 VIAREGGIO ....................................................................................................... 201 GIULlANOVA ..................................................................................................... 161 VIBO VALENTIA ................................................................................................ 201 GORO ................................................................................................................ 161 VIESTE .............................................................................................................. 201 GRAOO .............................................................................................................. 161 VILLA SAN GIOVANNI ...................................................................................... 201 IMPERIA ............................................................................................................ 161 IVORY COAST (COTE O∙IVOIRE) ........................................................................ 202 ISCHIA. Isola d'lschia ........................................................................................ 161 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 202 ITALY -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (ARES) ................................................... 162 ABIOJAN ............................................................................................................ 202 xxv CONTENTS LIST BAOBAB IVOIRIEN MV10 MARINE TERMINAL ............................................... 203 MONTENEGRO .................................................................................................... 233 ESPOIR TERMINAL .......................................................................................... 204 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 233 SAN PEDRO, Ivory Coast (Cote d'lvoire) .......................................................... 204 JORDAN ................................................................................................................ 205 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 205 EL ∙AQABA ........................................................................................................ 205 KENyA ................................................................................................................... 206 BAR .................................................................................................................... 233 KOTOR ............................................................................................................... 234 MOROCCO ............................................................................................................ 234 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 234 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 206 AGADIR ............................................................................................................. 235 MOMBASA ......................................................................................................... 206 AL HOCEiMA ..................................................................................................... 235 Kipevu ................................................................................................................ 206 ANZA ................................................................................................................. 235 KUWAIT ................................................................................................................. 207 CASABLANCA ................................................................................................... 236 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 207 CEUTA, Spain .................................................................................................... 237 AL KUWAYT (KUWAIT) ..................................................................................... 207 DAKHLA, AD ...................................................................................................... 237 Doha Harbour, Dawl1at Ka~imah ........................................................................ 208 MiNA' ABO ALLAH ............................................................................................ 208 MiNA' AL Al1MADi ............................................................................................. 209 MiNA' ASH SHU'AYBAH ................................................................................... 209 JORF LASFAR ................................................................................................... 238 KENITRA ........................................................................................................... 238 LAAYOUNE ........................................................................................................ 238 MiNA' AZ ZAWR ................................................................................................ 210 MELlLLA, Spain ................................................................................................. 239 LEBANON ............................................................................................................. 210 MOHAMMEDIA .................................................................................................. 239 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 210 PORT NADOR ................................................................................................... 240 AZ ZAHRANi... ................................................................................................... 211 SAFI ................................................................................................................... 240 BEYROUTH (BEIRUT) ....................................................................................... 211 TANGER (TANGIER) ......................................................................................... 240 SELAATA ........................................................................................................... 211 TRABLOUS (TRIPOLI) ...................................................................................... 212 LIBERIA ................................................................................................................ 213 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 213 BUCHANAN ....................................................................................................... 213 TANGER-MEDITERRANEE (TANGER-MED) ................................................... ;>A1 MOZAMBIQUE .................................................................................................... . GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 241 BEIRA ................................................................................................................ 241 GREENVILLE (SINOE) ...................................................................................... 213 HARPER (CAPE PALMAS) ................................................................................ 213 MAPUTO ............................................................................................................ 242 NACALA ............................................................................................................. 243 MONROVIA ........................................................................................................ 214 QUELlMANE ...................................................................................................... 243 LIByA ..................................................................................................................... 214 NAMIBIA ............................................................................................................... 244 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 214 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 244 ABU KAMMAsH, Sidi Said ................................................................................ 214 LODERITZ ......................................................................................................... 244 AS SIDRAH TERMINAL (ES-SIDER TERMINAL) ............................................. 215 AZ ZAWiYAH OIL TERMINAL (ZAWIA OIL TERMINAL) ................................... 215 AZ ZUWAYTiNAH (ZUElTINA) .......................................................................... 216 BANGHAzi ......................................................................................................... 216 BOURI OIL TERMINAL.. .................................................................................... 216 WALVIS BAY ...................................................................................................... 244 NIGERIA ............................................................................................................... 245 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 245 ABO FPSO TERMINAL ..................................................................................... 246 DARNAH (DERNA) ............................................................................................ 217 AGBAMI TERMINAL .......................................................................................... 247 LIBYA -
ARRIVAL INFORMATION AND REPORTING SYSTEM ....................... 217 ANTAN MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................................. 248 MARSA AL BURAYQAH OIL TERMINAL (EL-BREGA OIL TERMINAL) ........... 218 BONGA TERMINAL ........................................................................................... 248 MARSA-EL-HARIGA .......................................................................................... 218 BONNY OFFSHORE TERMINAL .................................................................... 249 MELLlTAH .......................................................................................................... 219 MiNA TUBRUQ, including MARSA-EL-HARIGA (MERSA TOBRUCH) ............. 219 QA$R A[1MAD (MI$RATAH) ............................................................................. 219 RA'S LANOF ...................................................................................................... 220 TARABULUS (TRIPOLI) .................................................................................... 221 ZUWARAH (ZUARA) ......................................................................................... 221 MADAGASCAR ..................................................................................................... 222 BONNY RIVER .................................................................................................. 249 Okrika ................................................................................................................. 250 On ne .................................................................................................................. 250 Port Harcourt. .................................................................................................. . BRASS MARINE TERMINAL. ............................................................................ Z":51 CALABAR .......................................................................................................... 252 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 222 ESCRAVOS RIVER ........................................................................................... 252 ANTSERANANA (DIEGO SUAREZ) .................................................................. 222 Burutu ................................................................................................................ 253 NOSY BE ........................................................................................................... 222 Koko ................................................................................................................... 253 TOAMASINA (TAMATAVE) ................................................................................. 222 Sapele ................................................................................................................ 253 MALTA ................................................................................................................... 223 Warri. .................................................................................................................. 253 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 223 MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERViCE ................................................................ 224 MARSAXLOKK .................................................................................................. 228 VALLETIA .......................................................................................................... 228 ESCRAVOS TERMINAL .................................................................................... 254 FORCADOS MARINE TERMINAL. .................................................................... 254 IMA TERMINAL ................................................................................................. 255 Malta Dry Docks ................................................................................................. 229 LAGOS, Nigeria ................................................................................................. 255 MAURITANIA ........................................................................................................ 229 Apapa ................................................................................................................. 256 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 229 Lagos, Storage Tanker MT Tuma ....................................................................... 256 NOUADHIBOU ................................................................................................... 230 Tin Can Island .................................................................................................... 256 Nouadhibou, Port Mineralier de Cansado .......................................................... 230 NOUAKCHOTI (PORT DE L'AMITIE) ............................................................... 231 ODUDU MARINE TERMINAL. ........................................................................... 256 OKONO MARINE TERMINAL. ........................................................................... 257 MAURITiUS .......................................................................................................... 231 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 231 PORT LOUIS ..................................................................................................... 231 MOLDOVA ............................................................................................................. 232 OKORO TERMINAL. .......................................................................................... 257 OKWORI TERMINAL ........................................................................................ 258 PENNINGTON MARINE TERMINAL ................................................................. 259 GIURGIULESTI .................................................................................................. 232 QUA IBOE MARINE TERMINAL (KWA IBO MARINE TERMINAL) ................... 260 MONACO ............................................................................................................... 232 SEA EAGLE TERMINAL .................................................................................... 260 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 232 UKPOKITI MARINE TERMINAL ........................................................................ 261 MONACO, PORT OF ......................................................................................... 232 YOHO MARINE TERMINAL .............................................................................. 262 xxvi CONTENTS LIST OMAN .................................................................................................................... 262 SAINT-LOUIS ..................................................................................................... 306 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 262 ZIGUINCHOR .................................................................................................... 307 MASQAT (MUSCAT) .......................................................................................... 262 SEyCHELLES ....................................................................................................... 307 MiNA KHA$AB .................................................................................................. 262 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 307 MiNA' AL FAtJL .................................................................................................. 263 PORT VICTORIA, Mahe .................................................................................... 307 OMIFCO TERMINAL ......................................................................................... 264 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS ............................................................................ 308 PORT SALALAH (MiNA RAYSUT) ............................ , ....................................... 264 A LIST OF SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS FOR THE PORT SULTAN QABOOS .................................................................................. 265 MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA, including Persian Gulf ................................ 308 QALHAT LNG TERMINAL ................................................................................. 265 ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP) ......................................... 310 RAS MUSANDAM NAVAL BASE ....................................................................... 266 AMVER .............................................................................................................. 313 SAID BIN SULTAN NAVAL BASE, WUDAM ...................................................... 266 FRANCE AND ITALY -
SOHAR .............................................................................................................. 266 BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP) ............................... 319 PERSIAN GULF ................................................................................................... 267 GULF OF ADEN AND APPROACHES -
VOLUNTARY REPORTING SYSTEM ... 321 PERSIAN GULF, DEEP SEA PILOTS (LAMNALCO) ......................................... 267 PERSIAN GULF, DEEP SEA PILOTS (NOBLE DENTON) ................................ 268 QATAR ................................................................................................................... 268 MIDDLE EAST -MERCHANT VESSEL VOLUNTARY REPORTING SCHEME .. 322 STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (GIBREP) ................... 323 SIERRA LEONE ................................................................................................... 325 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 268 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 325 AL RAYYAN MARINE TERMINAL ..................................................................... 268 FREETOWN ....................................................................................................... 325 AL SHAHEEN TERMINAL ................................................................................. 269 SLOVENIA ............................................................................................................ 326 DOHA (AD DAWtJAH) ........................................................................................ 269 tJALOL OIL TERMINAL, JAZiRAT ..................................................................... 270 KARKARA OILFIELD ......................................................................................... 271 MESAIEED (MUSAY'iD or UMM SAID) ............................................................. 271 RTH FIELD CHARLlE, Gas Field ................................................................. 273 r'lA'S LAFFAN .................................................................................................... 274 REUNION (France) .............................................................................................. 275 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 275 PORT REUNION (POINTE DES GALETS) ....................................................... 275 SURNAV (REUNION AND SOUTHERN OCEAN) ............................................. 276 ROMANIA ............................................................................................................. 279 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 279 BRAILA .............................................................................................................. 280 CONSTANTA ..................................................................................................... 280 GALATI .............................................................................................................. 281 MANGALlA .............................. , ......................................................................... 282 SULlNA .............................................................................................................. 282 TULCEA ............................................................................................................. 283 RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) ................................................................................. 283 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 283 AZOV, Sea of Azoy ............................................................................................ 283 NOVOROSSIYSK. .............................................................................................. 284 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 326 KOPER ............................................................................................................... 327 SOMALIA .............................................................................................................. 327 BERBERA .......................................................................................................... 327 EL MAAN ........................................................................................................... 328 KISMAAYO (KISMAYU) ...................................................................................... 328 MUQDISHO (MOGADISHU) .............................................................................. 328 SOUTH AFRiCA .................................................................................................... 329 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 329 DURBAN ............................................................................................................ 329 Durban Offshore Oil Berth ................................................................................. 332 EAST LONDON ................................................................................................. 333 MOSSEL BAY (MOSSELBAAI) .......................................................................... 333 PORT ELIZABETH ............................................................................................. 334 PORT NOLLOTH ............................................................................................... 337 RICHARDS BAy ................................................................................................. 338 SALDANHA BAY ................................................................................................ 341 SIMON'S TOWN ................................................................................................ 345 SOUTH AFRICA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAFREP) ............................. 346 SOUTH AFRICA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAMSA) ............................... 352 TABLE BAY (CAPE TOWN) ............................................................................... 356 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) ........................................................................... 359 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 359 Sheskharis Oil Harbour ...................................................................................... 285 ALlCANTE .......................................................................................................... 361 PORT KAVKAZ .................................................................................................. 285 ALMERiA ........................................................................................................... 361 PORT TEMRYUK ............................................................................................... 286 BARCELONA ..................................................................................................... 362 SOCHI ................................................................................................................ 287 BURRIANA ........................................................................................................ 364 TAGANROG, Sea of Azoy, including Azoy Port ................................................. 288 CABO DE GATA ................................................................................................. 364 ,PSE ............................................................................................................. 290 CARBONERAS .................................................................................................. 365 SA11'lT HELENA (UK) ........................................................................................... 292 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 292 CARTAGENA, Spain .......................................................................................... 365 CASTELLON ...................................................................................................... 366 JAMESTOWN .................................................................................................... 292 sAo TOME AND PRiNCIPE ................................................................................. 293 DENIA ................................................................................................................ 367 GANDIA ............................................................................................................. 368 SANTO ANTONIO, IIha do Principe ................................................................... 293 GARRUCHA ....................................................................................................... 368 SAO TOME, IIha de Sao Tome .......................................................................... 293 MALAGA ............................................................................................................ 368 SAUDI ARABIA .................................................................................................... 293 Malaga, Churriana Terminal ............................................................................... 369 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 293 MOTRIL. ............................................................................................................. 369 AL QAOiMAH ..................................................................................................... 294 PALAMOS .......................................................................................................... 369 ASH SHARMAH ................................................................................................. 294 SAGUNTO .......................................................................................................... 370 DAMMAM, AD (MiNA'AL MALlK 'ABD AL 'AZIZ) .............................................. 294 SAN FELlU DE GUIXOLS .................................................................................. 370 OUBA (DHUBA, New Commercial Port) ............................................................ 296 SANT CARLES DE LA RAp ITA ......................................................................... 370 JEDDAH (JIDDAH) ............................................................................................. 297 SITGES .............................................................................................................. 371 JIZAN (GIZAN) ................................................................................................... 298 TARRAGONA ..................................................................................................... 371 JUBAYL, AL (KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT) ................................................ 299 TORREVIEJA ..................................................................................................... 372 MiNA' RA'S MISH'AB ........................................................................................ 299 VALENCIA ......................................................................................................... 372 RA'S AL GHAR .................................................................................................. 299 VILANOVA I LA GELTRU ................................................................................... 373 RA'S AL KHAFJI ................................................................................................ 300 SUDAN .................................................................................................................. 373 RA'S TANNORAH AND RA'S AL JU'AYMAH .................................................... 300 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 373 RABIGH ............................................................................................................. 301 BASHAYER HARBOUR MARINE TERMINAL (MARSA AIN HAREES) ............ 373 SAUDI ARABIA∙ SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS) .................................... 302 PORT SUDAN .................................................................................................... 374 YANBU' AL BAtJR .............................................................................................. 302 Mina' al Malik Fahd (King Fahd Port) ................................................................. 304 AI Khair Oil Terminal .......................................................................................... 374 SAWAKIN (OS MAN DIGNA PORT) ................................................................... 375 SENEGAL ............................................................................................................. 305 SyRIA .................................................................................................................... 375 DAKAR ............................................................................................................... 305 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 375 KAOLACK .......................................................................................................... 306 AL LADHIQiYAH (LATTAQUIE) .......................................................................... 375 xxvii CONTENTS LIST BANIYAS TERMINAL ........................................................................................ 376 KEPEZ, Canakkale ............................................................................................ 412 TARTOS ............................................................................................................. 376 KU$ADASI ......................................................................................................... 412 TANZANIA ............................................................................................................ 377 MARMARis ........................................................................................................ 412 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 377 MARTAS ............................................................................................................ 413 OAR ES SALAAM .............................................................................................. 377 MERSIN ............................................................................................................. 413 MTWARA ........................................................................................................... 377 MUDANYA .......................................................................................................... 414 TANGA ............................................................................................................... 378 NEMRUT LiMANI ............................................................................................... 414 ZANZIBAR ......................................................................................................... 378 ORDU ................................................................................................................ 415 TOGO ..................................................................................................................... 379 RIZE ................................................................................................................... 415 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 379 SAMSUN ............................................................................................................ 415 KPEME .............................................................................................................. 379 SARAYLAR ........................................................................................................ 416 LOME ................................................................................................................. 379 SiNOP ................................................................................................................ 416 TRISTAN DA CUNHA GROUP (UK) ................................................................... 380 TEKIRDAG ......................................................................................................... 416 GOUGH ISLAND ............................................................................................... 380 TOROS GOBRE TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani .................................................... 417 TRISTAN ISLAND .............................................................................................. 380 AKPET Terminal, Diirtyol ................................................................................... 417 TUNiSiA ................................................................................................................ 380 AYGAZ LPG Terminal, D5rtyol .......................................................................... 418 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 380 Birle~ik (United Petroleum) Terminal .................................................................. 418 ASHTART OIL TERMINAL. ................................................................................ 380 BP Gaz Terminal, D5rtyol ................................................................................... 418 BIZERTE ............................................................................................................ 381 Delta Oil Terminal, D6rtyol ................................................................................. 419 DIDON TERMINAL ............................................................................................ 381 Ipragaz LPG Terminal, Diirtyol ........................................................................... 419 GHANNOUCH (GABES) .................................................................................... 381 isken Terminal, Ceyhan Limani .......................................................................... 420 LA GOULETIE, including Rades ....................................................................... 382 Milangaz LPG Terminal, Diirtyol ........................................................................ 420 LA SKHIRRA. ..................................................................................................... 382 TRABZON .......................................................................................................... -~ RADES ............................................................................................................... 383 TOTONCiFTLiK REFINERY .............................................................................. , SFAX .................................................................................................................. 383 TUZLA ................................................................................................................ 421 SOUSSE ............................................................................................................ 383 YALOVA (AKSA TERMINAL) .............................................................................. 421 ZARZIS .............................................................................................................. 384 YARIMCA ........................................................................................................... 422 TURKEy ................................................................................................................ 384 ZONGULDAK ..................................................................................................... 422 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 384 UKRAINE .............................................................................................................. 423 ALANYA ............................................................................................................. 384 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 423 ALlAGA, PETKIM TERMINAL .......................................................................... 384 BILHOROD∙DNISTROVS'KYY ........................................................................... 423 ALlAGA, TUPRAS TERMINAL .......................................................................... 386 FEODOSIYA (THEODOSIA) ............................................................................. 423 AMBARLI ........................................................................................................... 386 ILLlCHIVS'K ....................................................................................................... 427 ANTALYA ............................................................................................................ 388 KERCH STRAIT & SEA OF AZOV ................................................................ 428 BANDIRMA ........................................................................................................ 388 Berdyans'k ......................................................................................................... 431 BARTIN LiMANI ................................................................................................. 388 Mariupol' ............................................................................................................ 432 BODRUM ........................................................................................................... 389 KHERSON ......................................................................................................... 434 BORUSAN JETIY ............................................................................................. 389 MYKOLAYIV (NIKOLAEV) ................................................................................. 435 BOTA$ LNG TERMINAL, Marmara Denizi ........................................................ 389 OCHAKIV ........................................................................................................... 435 BOTA$ TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani .................................................................. 390 ODESA .............................................................................................................. 437 BOTA$ 06rtyol Oil Terminal, D5rtyol ................................................................. 390 PORT YUZHNE (YUZHNYY) ............................................................................. 438 Ceyhan Marine Terminal, Ceyhan Limani (BTC Terminal) ................................. 390 SEVASTOPOL' ................................................................................................... 439 CANAKKALE AKCANSA CEMENT TERMINAL ................................................ 391 USr∙DUNAYSK ................................................................................................. 441 CANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI Izmayil ................................................................................................................ 443 (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS) ................................................................. 391 Reni .................................................................................................................... 444 CE$ME .............................................................................................................. 400 YALTA ............................................................................................................. .. DARICA .............................................................................................................. 400 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ................................................................................ <1"46 DERINCE ........................................................................................................... 401 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 446 DiKiLi ................................................................................................................. 402 ABO t:ABY (ABU DHABI) ................................................................................... 447 DiLisKELESi (DILOVASi) .................................................................................. 402 AbO t:aby, ADMA Radio ..................................................................................... 448 EREGLI .............................................................................................................. 403 AbO t:aby, ADNOC Marine ............................................................................... 448 FATSA ................................................................................................................ 403 AbO t:aby, ESNAAD Base .................................................................................. 448 FETHiYE ............................................................................................................ 404 AbO t:aby, Total Base ......................................................................................... 448 GEMLlK (GEMPORT) ........................................................................................ 404 AbO t:aby, UDECO, Sa'diyat I ......................................................................... 449 GiRESUN ........................................................................................................... 404 AbO t:aby, ZADCO ............................................................................................. 449 Espiye Terminal .................................................................................................. 405 Ghanadah .......................................................................................................... 449 Tirebolu, Karadeniz LPG Terminal ..................................................................... 405 AJMAN ............................................................................................................... 449 GOLLOK ............................................................................................................. 406 AL JAZEERA (Jazirat al ~amra') ....................................................................... 449 HAYDARPA$A ................................................................................................... 406 At: t:ANNAH, JABAL (JEBEL DHANNA TERMINAL, including Ruwais) ........... 450 HER EKE (KARAMORSEL) ................................................................................ 407 DAS, JAZiRAT (DAS ISLAND) ........................................................................... 450 HOPA ................................................................................................................. 407 FATEH OIL TERMINAL ...................................................................................... 451 iCDA$ ................................................................................................................ 408 FUJAIRAH (FUJAYRAH) .................................................................................... 452 iNEBOLU ........................................................................................................... 408 ~AMRiYAH ........................................................................................................ 453 iSDEMIR ............................................................................................................ 408 KHAWR DUBAYY (DUBAI) .......................................................................... 453 Ekinciler Terminal ............................................................................................... 409 KHAWR FAKKAN (KHORFAKKAN) ................................................................... 454 Sariseki Terminal ................................................................................................ 409 MiNA' KHALlD∙ASH SHARIOAH (SHARJAH) ................................................... 454 Yazici Terminal ................................................................................................... 409 MiNA' RASHID ................................................................................................... 455 iSKENDERUN ................................................................................................... 410 MiNA' SAOR ...................................................................................................... 455 iSTANBUL .......................................................................................................... 410 Hulaylah SPM Terminal ...................................................................................... 456 iZMiR ................................................................................................................. 411 MiNA' JABAL 'ALi ............................................................................................. 456 iZMiT ................................................................................................................. 411 MUBAREK OIL TERMINAL .............................................................................. 457 xxviii CONTENTS LIST MUBARRAZ ..............................................................••.................•.•................... 458 UMM AL QAYWAYN ........................................................................................... 459 ZARAKKOH, JAZiRAT (ZIRKU) .................................................•....................... 459 yEMEN .................................................................................................................. 460 GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................. 460 ADEN ................................................................................................................. 460 AL tiUDAYDAH (HODEIDAH) ............................................................................ 461 AL MUKALLA (KHALF) ...................................................................................... 461 AL MUKH.A. (MOKHA) ........................................................................................ 462 ASH SHltiR ....................................................................................................... 462 A$$ALiF ............................................................................................................ 463 NISHTON ........................................................................................................... 463 RA'S isA MARINE TERMINAL .......................................................................... 463 xxix INDEX A ANNABA .............................................................................................. 3 A LIST OF SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS FOR THE ANTALVA ......................................................................................... 388 MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA, including Persian Gulf. ............. 308 ANTAN MARINE TERMINAL ........................................................... 248 ABADAN .......................................................................................... 130 ANTSERANANA (DIEGO SUAREZ) ............................................... 222 ABIDJAN 202 ANZA ............................................................................................... 235 ......................................................................................... ABO FPSO TERMINAL 246 ANZIO .............................................................................................. 147 ................................................................... ABU KAMMAsH Sidi Sal'd 214 Apapa .............................................................................................. 256 , ............................................................. . ABO OIR ............................................................................................ 49 ARBATAX, Sardegna ....................................................................... 147 ABO 7ABV (ABU DHABI) 447 ARZEW ................................................................................................ 3 " ............................................................... . AbO 4
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by, ADMA Radio ................................................................... 448 Arzew-EI-Djedid, including Bethioua ................................................... 4 AbO 4aby, ADNOC Marine .............................................................. 448 AS SIDRAH TERMINAL (ES-SIDER TERMINAL) .......................... 215 AbO 4
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by, ESNAAD Base ............................................................... 448 Ascension Island (UK), Airfield .......................................................... 18 AbO 4aby, Total Base ....................................................................... 448 Ascension Island (UK), English Bay .................................................. 18 AbO 4
a
by, UDECO, Sa'dfyat I .......................................................... 449 ASCENSION ISLAND (UK) ............................................................... 17 AbO 4
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by, ZADCO ........................................................................... 449 ASEB (ASSAB) .................................................................................. 68 Ad Dukhaylah (El Dikheila) ................................................................ 50 ASH SHARMAH .............................................................................. 294 ADEN 460 ASH SHI,t1R ..................................................................................... 462 ............................................................................................... ADHAMAS ORMOS MILOU NI'sos MI'los 103 ASHDOD ......................................................................................... 141 , , ..................................... . ''''I=lIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP) 310 ASHOELON ..................................................................................... 141 ....................... ,..,,,,ADIR ........................................................................................... 235 ASHTART OIL TERMINAL .............................................................. 380 AGBAMI TERMINAL. ....................................................................... 247 ASPRA SPITIA (ANDIKIRA or ANTIKVRA) .................................... 104 AIN SUKHNA TERMINAL ................................................................. 49 ASPROPIRGOS OIL TERMINAL .................................................... 105 AIVINA (AEGINA Nfsos Afy'lna) 103 A$$ALlF .......................................................................................... 463 , ..................................................... . AIVION (EGIO, Pelop6nnisos) ........................................................ 104 ASTAKOS-PLATIVIALI, Ormos Platiyiali ......................................... 105 AJACCIO, Corse ................................................................................ 71 AUGUSTA, Sicilia ............................................................................ 148 AJMAN ............................................................................................ 449 AVGAZ LPG Terminal, D6rtyol ......................................................... 418 AKKO ............................................................................................... 141 AVlol THEODHOROI TERMINAL ................................................... 106 AKPET Terminal, D6rtyol ................................................................. 417 AVIOS NI~O~AOS (AGIOS NIKOLAOS, Krfti (Crete)) .................... 106 Akrotiri ............................................................................................... 46 AZ ZAHRANI ................................................................................... 211 AL BA$RAH TERMINAL (AL BAKR TERMINAL) ............................ 139 AZ ZAWIVA~ OIL TERMINAL (ZAWIA OIL TERMINAL) ................ 215 AL HOCE'iMA .................................................................................. 235 AZ ZUWAVTINAH (ZUEITINA) ........................................................ 216 AL ,t1UDAVDAH (HODEIDAH) ......................................................... 461 AZOV, Sea of Azov .......................................................................... 283 AL ISKANDARIVAH (ALEXANDRIA) ................................................. 50 A4 4
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H, JABAL (JEBEL DHANNA TERMINAL, AL JAZEERA (JazTrat al ,t1amra') ..................................................... 449 including Ruwais) ............................................................................ 450 AI Khair Oil Terminal ........................................................................ 374 B AL KUWAVT (KUWAIT) ................................................................... 207 AL LADHIOIYAH (LATIAOUIE) ....................................................... 375 BAGNARA CALABRA ..................................................................... 148 , \1UKALLA (KHALF) ................................................................... 461 BAG NOLI ......................................................................................... 149 ALMUKHA (MOKHA) ...................................................................... 462 Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) BSC Terminal ...................... 21 AL OAQIMAH .................................................................................. 294 Bahrain, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA) Jetty ......................................... 21 AL RAVVAN MARINE TERMINAL ................................................... 268 Bahrain, ASRV Drydock .................................................................... 21 AL SHAHEEN TERMINAL. .............................................................. 269 Bahrain, GIIC Terminal ...................................................................... 22 ALANVA ........................................................................................... 384 BAHRAIN ........................................................................................... 18 ALASSIO ......................................................................................... 146 BAIA DA PALMEIRA, IIha do Sal ....................................................... 30 ALBANIA ............................................................................................. 1 BALCHIK ........................................................................................... 25 ALCUDIA, Mallorca ............................................................................ 22 BALEARES, ISLAS (Spain) ............................................................... 22 ALEXANDROUPOLlS ..................................................................... 104 BANANA ............................................................................................ 35 ALGER ................................................................................................ 3 BANDAR-E MAHSHAHR ................................................................. 131 ALGERIA ............................................................................................. 2 BANDAR-E SHAHID RAJ'AI, including Bandar-e ShahTd Bahonar .... 132 ALGHERO, Sardegna ...................................................................... 146 BANDAR IMAM KHOMEVNI ........................................................... 130 ALlAGA, PETKIM TERMINAL ......................................................... 384 BANDAR TAHERL. .......................................................................... 131 ALlAGA, TUPRAS TERMINAL ........................................................ 386 BANDIRMA ...................................................................................... 388 ALlCANTE ....................................................................................... 361 BANGHAzl ...................................................................................... 216 ALMERIA ......................................................................................... 361 BANIVAs TERMINAL ...................................................................... 376 AMALFI ............................................................................................ 146 BANJUL (BATHURST) ....................................................................... 91 AMBARLI ......................................................................................... 386 BAOBAB IVOIRIEN MV10 MARINE TERMINAL ............................. 203 AMBRIZ ............................................................................................... 8 BAR ................................................................................................. 233 AMVER ............................................................................................ 313 BARCELONA ................................................................................... 362 ANCONA ......................................................................................... 146 BARI ................................................................................................ 149 ANGOLA .............................................................................................. 7 BARLETIA ...................................................................................... 149 465 INDEX BARTIN LiMANI. .............................................................................. 388 CASTELLAMMARE DI STAB lA ....................................................... 152 BASHAYER HARBOUR MARINE TERMINAL CASTELLON ................................................................................... 366 (MARSA AIN HAREES) ................................................................... 373 CATANIA, Sicilia .............................................................................. 153 BASTIA, Corse .................................................................................. 72 CEIBA TERMINAL ............................................................................. 65 BAT'UMI ............................................................................................. 92 CERVIA ........................................................................................... 153 BATA, including Puerto Macias Nguema ........................................... 65 c;E$ME ............................................................................................ 400 BEIRA .............................................................................................. 241 CEUTA, Spain ................................................................................. 237 BEJAIA ................................................................................................ 4 Ceyhan Marine Terminal, Ceyhan Limani (BTC Terminal) ............... 390 BENIN ................................................................................................ 24 CHAH BAHAR ................................................................................. 133 BERBERA ....................................................................................... 327 CHANIA (HANIA, Krfti (Crete)) ........................................................ 106 Berdyans'k ....................................................................................... 431 CHIOGGIA ....................................................................................... 153 BEYROUTH (BEIRUT) .................................................................... 211 CIVITAVECCHIA .............................................................................. 154 BILHOROD-DNISTROVS'KYY ........................................................ 423 COMOROS ........................................................................................ 31 Birle~ik (United Petroleum) Terminal ............................................... 418 CONAKRY ....................................................................................... 129 BISSAU ............................................................................................ 129 CONGO (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC) ............................................... 35 BIZERTE ......................................................................................... 381 CONGO ............................................................................................. 33 BODRUM ......................................................................................... 389 CONSTANTA ................................................................................... 280 BOMA, Congo River .......................................................................... 35 CORIGLlANO CALABRO ................................................................ 154 BONGA TERMINAL ........................................................................ 248 COTONOU ........................................................................................ ?4 BONIFACIO, Corse ............................................................................ 72 CROATIA ......................................................................................... . BONNY OFFSHORE TERMINAL .................................................... 249 CROTONE ....................................................................................... 155 BONNY RiVER ................................................................................ 249 CyPRUS ............................................................................................ 43 BORDIGHERA ................................................................................ 150 D BORUSAN JETIY ........................................................................... 389 BOTA$ D6rtyol Oil Terminal, D6rtyol ............................................... 390 DAKAR ............................................................................................ 305 BOTA$ LNG TERMINAL, Marmara Denizi ...................................... 389 DAKHLA, AD ................................................................................... 237 BOTA$ TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani ................................................ 390 DALlA TERMINAL ............................................................................... 8 BOURI OIL TERMINAL ................................................................... 216 DAMMAM, AD (MINA'AL MALlK 'ABD AL 'AZIZ) ............................ 294 BP Gaz Terminal, D6rtyol ................................................................ 418 DAR ES SALAAM ............................................................................ 377 BRAILA ............................................................................................ 280 DARICA ........................................................................................... 400 BRASS MARINE TERMINAL .......................................................... 251 DARNAH (DERNA) .......................................................................... 217 BRINDISI ......................................................................................... 150 DAS, JAZIRAT (DAS ISLAND) ........................................................ 450 BUCHANAN .................................................................................... 213 DELLYS ............................................................................................... 5 BULGARIA ......................................................................................... 25 Delta Oil Terminal, D6rtyol ............................................................... 419 Bur al Suways (Port Suez) ................................................................. 60 DENIA .............................................................................................. 367 Bur Sa'id (Port Said) .......................................................................... 60 DERINCE ........................................................................................ 401 BURGAS ........................................................................................... 26 DHEKELlA ......................................................................................... 44 BURRIANA ...................................................................................... 364 DHIORIX KORINTHOU (CORINTH CANAL) .................................... n7 Burutu .............................................................................................. 253 DIDON TERMINAL .......................................................................... vul BOSHEHR ....................................................................................... 132 DiKiLi ............................................................................................... 402 c DiLisKELESi (DILOVASi) ................................................................ 402 DJEN-DJEN ......................................................................................... 5 CABINDA ............................................................................................. 8 Djeno Oil Terminal ............................................................................. 33 CABO DE GATA .............................................................................. 364 DJIBOUTI .......................................................................................... 47 CAGLlARI, Sardegna ...................................................................... 15j DJIBOUTI .......................................................................................... 47 CALABAR ........................................................................................ 252 DOHA (AD DAWl1AH) ..................................................................... 269 CALVI, Corse ..................................................................................... 73 Doha Harbour, Dawpat Ka~imah ..................................................... 208 CAMEROON ...................................................................................... 27 Doraleh .............................................................................................. 48 c;ANAKKALE AKc;ANSA CEMENT TERMINAL .............................. 391 c;ANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS) .............................................. 391 Cannes .............................................................................................. 82 DOUALA ............................................................................................ 27 QUBA (DHUBA, New Commercial Port) .......................................... 296 DUBROVNIK ..................................................................................... 37 DUMYAT (DAMIETIA) ...................................................................... 51 CANNETO 01 LlPARI, Isole Eolie .................................................... 152 DURBAN ......................................................................................... 329 CANUKU TERMINAL .......................................................................... 8 Durban Offshore Oil Berth ............................................................... 332 CAP LOPEZ TERMINAL ................................................................... 87 CAPE VERDE (CABO VERDE) ......................................................... 30 DURRES ............................................................................................. 1 DZAOUDZI, lie Pamanzi, lie Mayotte ................................................ 31 CARBON ERAS ................................................................................ 365 E CARLOFORTE, Isola di San Pietro, Sardegna ................................ 152 CARTAGENA, Spain ........................................................................ 365 EAST LONDON ............................................................................... 333 CASABLANCA ................................................................................. 236 EAST ZEIT TERMINAL ..................................................................... 51 466 INDEX EBOME MARINE TERMINAL ........................................................... 28 GIOIA TAURO ................................................................................. 160 EGyPT ............................................................................................... 48 GIRASSOL TERMINAL ....................................................................... 9 EILAT ............................................................................................... 142 GiRESUN ........................................................................................ 404 Ekinciler Terminal ............................................................................ 409 GIULlANOVA ................................................................................... 161 EL ∙AQABA ...................................................................................... 205 GIURGIULESTI ............................................................................... 232 EL 'ALAMEIN MARINE TERMINAL, Marsa al t1amra ....................... 52 GOLFE DE FOS ................................................................................ 76 El 'Arish ............................................................................................. 61 GORO .............................................................................................. 161 EL MA'DIYA PORT (AL MUADDiYAH PORT) ................................... 52 GOUGH ISLAND ............................................................................. 380 EL MAAN ......................................................................................... 328 GRADO ........................................................................................... 161 EL TOR (AT TOR or EL TOUR) ......................................................... 52 GREATER PLUTONIO TERMINAL ................................................... 10 ELEVSIS (ELEUSIS) ....................................................................... 107 GREECE ......................................................................................... 101 EQUATORIAL GUINEA ..................................................................... 64 EREGLI ........................................................................................... 403 GREENVILLE (SINOE) ................................................................... 213 GUINEA-BISSAU ............................................................................. 129 ERITREA ........................................................................................... 68 ERMOUPOLlS (SIROS or SYROS, Nfsos Sfros) ............................ 108 GUiNEA ........................................................................................... 129 GULF OF ADEN AND APPROACHES -
ESCRAVOS RiVER ......................................................................... 252 VOLUNTARY REPORTING SySTEM .............................................. 321 ESCRAVOS TERMINAL .................................................................. 254 GOLLOK .......................................................................................... 406 Espiye Terminal ............................................................................... 405 ESPOIR TERMINAL ........................................................................ 204 H E., J1E MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................ 88 HADERA TERMINAL ...................................................................... 142 F t1ALOL OIL TERMINAL, JAZiRAT.. ................................................. 270 FALCONARA MARITIIMA OFFSHORE TERMINAL ...................... 155 FAMAGUSTA ..................................................................................... 44 FANO ............................................................................................... 156 FATEH OIL TERMINAL ................................................................... 451 FATSA .............................................................................................. 403 FEODOSIYA (THEODOSIA) ........................................................... 423 FETHiYE ......................................................................................... 404 FINALE LlGURE .............................................................................. 156 t1AMRiYAH ...................................................................................... 453 HARPER (CAPE PALMAS) ............................................................. 213 HAYDARPA$A ................................................................................. 406 HEREKE (KARAMORSEL) .............................................................. 407 HOPA ............................................................................................... 407 Hulaylah SPM Terminal ................................................................... 456 HVAR, Otok Hvar ............................................................................... 37 ~EFA (HAIFA) ................................................................................. 143 FIUMICINO ...................................................................................... 156 FORCADOS MARINE TERMINAL .................................................. 254 FRANCE -
SURNAV (MEDITERRANEAN COAST) .......................... 73 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) ....................................................... 69 FRANCE AND ITALY -
BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP) ............ 319 FREETOWN .................................................................................... 325 IBIZA, Isla de Ibiza ............................................................................ 23 ivDA$ .............................................................................................. 408 IDKU LNG PORT ............................................................................... 52 IGOUMENITSA ................................................................................ 108 ILLlCHIVS'K ..................................................................................... 427 r ' ',\IRAH (FUJAYRAH) ................................................................. 452 F",ILA TERMINAL, Cabinda .............................................................. 9 IMA TERMINAL ............................................................................... 255 IMPERIA .......................................................................................... 161 iNEBOLU ......................................................................................... 408 G Ipragaz LPG Terminal, D6rtyol ........................................................ 419 GABON .............................................................................................. 87 IRAKLEIO (HERAKLlON, Krfti (Crete)) ........................................... 109 GAETA ............................................................................................. 157 IRAN ................................................................................................ 130 GALATI ............................................................................................ 281 GALLIPOLI ...................................................................................... 157 GAMBA OIL TERMINAL .................................................................... 89 GAMBIA, THE ................................................................................... 91 GANDIA ........................................................................................... 368 IRAQ ................................................................................................ 136 ISCHIA, Iso la d'lschia ...................................................................... 161 iSDEMIR .......................................................................................... 408 isken Terminal, Ceyhan Limani ....................................................... 420 iSKENDERUN ................................................................................. 410 GARRUCHA .................................................................................... 368 Ismailia .............................................................................................. 61 GELA, Sicilia ................................................................................... 158 ISRAEL -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM .......................................... 143 GEMLlK (GEMPORT) ..................................................................... 404 GENOVA .......................................................................................... 158 ISRAEL ............................................................................................ 140 iSTANBUL ....................................................................................... 410 Genova, Multedo Oil Harbour .......................................................... 159 ISTHMIA, Peloponnisos ................................................................... 109 GEORGETOWN, Ascension Island (CLARENCE BAY) .................... 17 ITALY -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (ARES) ................................. 162 GEORGIA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP) ...................... 93 GEORGIA .......................................................................................... 92 ITALY ............................................................................................... 144 ITEA ................................................................................................. 110 Ghanadah ........................................................................................ 449 IVORY COAST (COTE D'IVOIRE) ................................................... 202 GHANA .............................................................................................. 99 Izmayil ............................................................................................. 443 GHANNOUCH (GABES) ................................................................. 381 iZMiR ............................................................................................... 411 GHAZAOUET ...................................................................................... 5 iZMiT ............................................................................................... 411 467 INDEX J LAGOS, Vist6nikos Ormos .............................................................. 115 JAMESTOWN .................................................................................. 292 JAZIREH-YE KHARK (KHARG ISLAND) ........................................ 133 JAZIREH-YE LAVAN (JAZIREH-YE SHEYKH SH'EYB) ................. 133 JAZIREH-YE $IRRI ($IRRIISLAND OIL TERMINAL) .................... 134 JEDDAH (JIDDAH) .......................................................................... 297 JIZAN (GIZAN) ................................................................................ 298 JORDAN .......................................................................................... 205 JORF LASFAR ................................................................................ 238 JUBAYL, AL (KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT) ............................. 299 LAKKI .............................................................................................. 115 LAMPEDUSA, Isola di Lampedusa ................................................. 164 LARIMNA (LARYMNA) .................................................................... 115 LARNACA .......................................................................................... 45 LAVRION (LAURIUM) ..................................................................... 116 LEBANON ....................................................................................... 210 LIBERIA ........................................................................................... 213 LIBYA -
ARRIVAL INFORMATION AND REPORTING SySTEM ..... 217 LIByA ............................................................................................... 214 LlCATA, Sicilia ................................................................................. 164 K KALAMATA (KALAMI, Pelop6nnisos) .............................................. 110 KAOLACK ........................................................................................ 306 LlMASSOL. ........................................................................................ 45 LlMIN ALlVERIOU ........................................................................... 116 LlVORNO (LEGHORN) ................................................................... 165 LOBITO .............................................................................................. 12 KARKARA OILFIELD ...................................................................... 271 KATAKOLON, Pelop6nnisos ............................................................ 110 KAVALA (CAVALA) .......................................................................... 110 LOME .............................................................................................. 379 LONGONI, lie Mayotte ....................................................................... 32 LUANDA ............................................................................................ 12 KENITRA ......................................................................................... 238 KENyA ............................................................................................. 206 Luanda, Petrangol Refinery ............................................................... 12 LUBA, Santa Isabel, Bioko ............................................................. 3 KEPEZ, ~anakkale .......................................................................... 412 Lucciana Oil Terminal, Bastia, Corse ................................................. 72 KERCH STRAIT & SEA OF AZOV .................................................. 428 KERKIRA (KERKYRA or CORFU, Nfsos Kerkira) ........................... 111 KHALKfs (CHALKIS) ....................................................................... 113 LUCINA OIL TERMINAL .................................................................... 89 LUDERITZ ....................................................................................... 244 KHAWR AL AMAYA TERMINAL ...................................................... 139 M KHAWR DUBAYY (DUBAI) .............................................................. 453 KHAWR FAKKAN (KHORFAKKAN) ................................................ 454 KHERSON ....................................................................................... 434 KHfos (CHIOS, Nfsos Khfos) ......................................................... 114 MADAGASCAR ............................................................................... 222 MAHON, Menorca ............................................................................. 23 MALABO, Santa Isabel, Bioko ........................................................... 66 MALAGA .......................................................................................... 368 KHORRAMSHAHR .......................................................................... 134 KHOWR-E MOsA ............................................................................ 135 Kipevu .............................................................................................. 206 KISMAAYO (KISMAYU) ................................................................... 328 Malaga, Churriana Terminal ............................................................ 369 MALONGO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ............................................... 13 Malta Dry Docks .............................................................................. 229 MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE ............................................. 224 KIZOMBA A TERMINAL .................................................................... 10 MALTA ............................................................................................. 223 KIZOMBA B TERMINAL .................................................................... 11 MANFREDONIA .............................................................................. 167 Koko ................................................................................................. 253 MAN GAllA ...................................................................................... 282 KOLE MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................... 28 MAPUTO ......................................................................................... 242 KOME-KRIBI 1 MARINE TERMINAL ................................................ 29 MARINA 01 CARRARA ................................................................... -
~8 KOPER ............................................................................................ 327 KORGULA, Otok Korcula ................................................................... 37 KOS, Nfsos K6s ............................................................................... 114 Mariupol' .......................................................................................... "",2 MARMARis ..................................................................................... 412 MARSA AL BURAYQAH OIL TERMINAL KOTOR ............................................................................................ 234 KPEME ............................................................................................ 379 (EL-BREGA OIL TERMINAL) .......................................................... 218 MARSA-EL-HARIGA ........................................................................ 218 KUITO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ...................................................... 11 KULEVI .............................................................................................. 97 MARSALA, Sicilia ............................................................................ 168 MARSAXLOKK ................................................................................ 228 KU$ADASI. ...................................................................................... 412 MARSEILLE ...................................................................................... 78 KUWAIT ........................................................................................... 207 KYMASSI, Nfsos Evvoia .................................................................. 114 KYRENIA ........................................................................................... 45 MARTAS .......................................................................................... 413 MASQAT (MUSCAT) ....................................................................... 262 MATADI, Congo River ........................................................................ 35 L MAURITANIA ................................................................................... 229 MAURITiUS ..................................................................................... 231 L'ILE-ROUSSE, Corse ...................................................................... 78 MAZARA DEL VALLO, Sicilia .......................................................... 169 La Ciotat ............................................................................................ 80 MELlLLA, Spain .............................................................................. 239 LA GOULETIE, including Rades ............................... _ .................... 382 MELlLLI OIL TERMINAL, Sicilia ...................................................... 171 LA MADDALENA, Sardegna ........................................................... 163 MELLlTAH ....................................................................................... 219 LA SKHIRRA ................................................................................... 382 MERSIN ........................................................................................... 413 LA SPEZIA ...................................................................................... 163 MESAIEED (MUSAY'ID or UMM SAID) ........................................... 271 LAAYOUNE ..................................................................................... 238 MESSINA, Sicilia ............................................................................. 171 LAGOS, Nigeria ............................................................................... 255 MIDDLE EAST -
Lagos, Storage Tanker MT Tuma .................................................... 256 MERCHANT VESSEL VOLUNTARY REPORTING SCHEME ........ 322 468 INDEX MiKONOS, Nisos Mikonos .............................................................. 116 NORTH FIELD CHARLlE, Gas Field ............................................... 273 Milangaz LPG Terminal, D6rtyol ...................................................... 420 NOSY BE ......................................................................................... 222 Milazzo, Mediterranea Refinery ....................................................... 173 NOUADHIBOU ................................................................................ 230 MILAZZO, Sicilia .............................................................................. 173 Nouadhibou, Port Mineralier de Cansado ....................................... 230 MiNA KHA$AB ................................................................................ 262 NOUAKCHOTT (PORT DE L'AMITIE) ............................................. 231 MiNA TUBRUO, including MARSA-EL-HARIGA NOVOROSSIYSK ............................................................................ 284 (MERSA TOBRUCH) ....................................................................... 219 NUWEIBA (NUWAIBA) ...................................................................... 53 MiNA' JABAL ∙ALi ........................................................................... 456 MiNA' ABD ALLAH .......................................................................... 208 0 MiNA' AL Al1MADi .......................................................................... 209 OCHAKIV ........................................................................................ 435 MiNA' AL FAl1L ............................................................................... 263 ODESA ............................................................................................ 437 Mina' al Malik Fahd (King Fahd Port) .............................................. 304 ODUDU MARINE TERMINAL ......................................................... 256 MiNA' ASH SHU'AYBAH ................................................................. 209 OGUENDJO OIL TERMINAL ............................................................ 90 MiNA' AZ ZAWR .............................................................................. 210 OKONO MARINE TERMINAL ......................................................... 257 MiNA' KHALlD-ASH SHARIOAH (SHARJAH) ................................ 454 OKORO TERMINAL ........................................................................ 257 MiNA' RA'S MISH'AB ...................................................................... 299 Okrika .............................................................................................. 250 MiNA' RASHID ................................................................................ 455 OKWORI TERMINAL ...................................................................... 258 MINA' SALMAN ................................................................................. 18 Mi~IA' SAOR .................................................................................... 455 OLBIA, Sardegna ............................................................................ 176 OMAN .............................................................................................. 262 t\ .,-iNI, Nisos Lesvos ................................................................... 117 OMIFCO TERMINAL ....................................................................... 264 MITS'IWA (MASSAWA) ..................................................................... 68 MOQAMEDES, Baia de Namibe ....................................................... 13 OMISALJ, Otok Krk ........................................................................... 38 Onne ................................................................................................ 250 MOHAMMEDIA ............................................................................... 239 ORAN .................................................................................................. 6 MOLA DI BARI ................................................................................ 174 ORDU .............................................................................................. 415 MOLDOVA ....................................................................................... 232 ORISTANO, Sardegna ..................................................................... 177 MOLFETTA ...................................................................................... 174 ORMOS KALON LlMENON, Kriti (Crete) ........................................ 118 MOMBASA ...................................................................................... 206 Ormos Voudhia Terminal ................................................................. 103 MONACO, PORT OF ....................................................................... 232 ORTONA ......................................................................................... 177 MONACO ......................................................................................... 232 OTRANTO ....................................................................................... 178 MONDO TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield .......................................... 14 OWENDO .......................................................................................... 90 MONFALCONE ................................................................................ 174 MONOPOLl ..................................................................................... 175 P MONROVIA ..................................................................................... 214 P'OT'I ................................................................................................. 98 MONTENEGRO .............................................................................. 233 pAKHI OIL TERMINAL .................................................................... 118 MOROCCO ..................................................................................... 234 PALAMOS ....................................................................................... 369 MOSSEL BAY (MOSSELBAAI) ....................................................... 333 PALANCA TERMINAL ....................................................................... 14 MOSTAGANEM ................................................................................... 6 PALERMO, Sicilia ............................................................................ 178 t-J"TRIL ........................................................................................... 369 PALMA, Mallorca ............................................................................... 23 tvlvJDI MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................ 30 PANTELLERIA, Isola di Pantelleria ................................................. 182 MOZAMBIOUE ................................................................................ 241 MTWARA ......................................................................................... 377 MUANDA OIL TERMINAL ................................................................. 35 pATRAl, Pelop6nnisos (PATRAS) ................................................... 119 PEIRAIAs (PIRAEUS) ..................................................................... 121 PENNINGTON MARINE TERMINAL ............................................... 259 MUBAREK OIL TERMINAL.. ........................................................... 457 MUBARRAZ .................................................................................... 458 MUDANYA ....................................................................................... 414 PERSIAN GULF, DEEP SEA PILOTS (LAMNALCO) ...................... 267 PERSIAN GULF, DEEP SEA PILOTS (NOBLE DENTON) .............. 268 PERSIAN GULF .............................................................................. 267 MUODISHO (MOGADISHU) ........................................................... 328 PESARO .......................................................................................... 182 MUTSAMUDU ................................................................................... 32 PESCARA ....................................................................................... 182 MYKOLAYIV (NIKOLAEV) ............................................................... 435 PiLOS (PYLOS, Pelop6nnisos) ....................................................... 124 N PIOMBINO ....................................................................................... 182 PLOCE .............................................................................................. 38 N'Kossa Offshore Loading Terminal .................................................. 34 PLOMIN ............................................................................................. 39 NACALA .......................................................................................... 243 POINTE NOIRE ................................................................................. 33 NAMIBIA .......................................................................................... 244 POLlCORO ...................................................................................... 183 NAPOLl (NAPLES) .......................................................................... 175 PONZA, Iso la di Ponza .................................................................... 183 NEA MOUDHANIA .......................................................................... 117 PORT ELIZABETH .......................................................................... 334 NEMRUT LiMANI ............................................................................ 414 PORT GENTIL ................................................................................... 91 NiCE .................................................................................................. 81 Port Harcourt ................................................................................... 251 NIGERIA .......................................................................................... 245 PORT KAMSAR ............................................................................... 129 NISHTON ......................................................................................... 463 PORT KAVKAZ ................................................................................ 285 NISiDHA YIAL! (YALI) ..................................................................... 117 PORT-LA-NOUVELLE ....................................................................... 83 469 INDEX YARIMCA ......................................................................................... 422 Yazici Terminal ................................................................................. 409 yEMEN ............................................................................................ 460 YOHO MARINE TERMINAL ............................................................ 262 YOMBO OIL TERMINAL (FPSO) ...................................................... 34 Z ZAAFARANA TERMINAL .................................................................. 64 ZADAR. .............................................................................................. 42 ZAKINTHOS (ZAKYNTHOS or ZANTE, Nfsos Zakinthos) .............. 128 ZANZiBAR ....................................................................................... 378 ZARAKKOH, JAZIRAT (ZIRKU) ....................................................... 459 ZARZIS ............................................................................................ 384 ZEIT BAY TERMINAL ........................................................................ 64 ZIGUINCHOR .................................................................................. 307 ZONGULDAK .................................................................................. 422 ZUWARAH (ZUARA) ....................................................................... 221 472 INDEX PORT LOUiS ................................................................................... 231 Reni ............................................. , ................................................... 444 PORT NADOR ............... j ......... , ....................................................... 240 REUNION (France) .......................................................................... 275 PORT NOLLOTH ............................................................................. 337 RICHARDS BAY .......................... , ................................................... 338 PORT REUNION.(POINTE DES GALETS) ..................................... 275 RIJEKA .............................................................................................. 40 PORT SALALAH (MINA RAYSUT) .................................................. 264 RIM 1Nl ............................................................................................. 190 PORT SUDAN ................................................................................. 374 RIPOSTO, Sicilia ......................................... , ................................... 191 PORT SULTAN QABOOS ................................................................ 265 RIZE ................................................................................................ 415 PORT TEMRYUK ............................................................................ 286 RODOS, Nfsos R6dos ..................................................................... 125 PORT-VEND RES .............................................................................. 83 ROMANIA .................................................... , ................................... 279 PORT VICTORIA, Mahe .................................................................. 307 RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) ............................................................. 283 PORT YUZHNE (YUZHNYY) .......................................................... 438 PORTICI .......................................................................................... 184 S PORTO EMPEDOCLE, Sicilia ......................................................... 184 PORTO FOXI (SARROCH OIL TERMINAL, Sardegna) .................. 184 SAFAJA (SAFAGA) ............................................................................ 54 SAFI ................................................................................................. 240 PORTO GARIBALDI ........................................................................ 185 SAGUNTO ...................................................................... , ................ 370 PORTO GRANDE, MINDELO, IIha de Sao Vicente .......................... 30 SAID BIN SULTAN NAVAL BASE, WUDAM .................................... 266 PORTO LEVANTE ........................................................................... 185 PORTO NAMIBE, Bafa de Namibe ................................................... 15 SAINT HELENA (UK) .......................................... , ........................... 292 SAINT-LOUIS .................................................................................. 306 PORTO NOGARO ........................................................................... 186 SAINT-RAPHAEL ............................................................................ q5 PORTO SACO, Bafa de Namibe ....................................................... 15 SALDANHA BAY............................................................................... I PORTO SALAZAR, Bafa de Namibe ........................... " .................... 15 SALERNO ........................................................... , ........................... 191 PORTO SANTO STEFANO ............................................................. 186 SAMOS, Nfsos Samos .................................................................... 125 PORTO TORRES, Sardegna ........................................................... 186 SAMSUN ......................................................................................... 415 PORTO-VECCHIO, Corse ................................................................. 84 SAN BENEDETIO DEL TRONTO ........... , ....... , .............................. 191 PORTO VESME, Sardegna ............................................................. 187 SAN FELlU DE GUIXOLS ............................................................... 370 PORTOFERRAIO, Isola d'Elba ....... " .............................................. 187 POZZALLO, Sicilia ........................................................................... 188 SAN PEDRO, Ivory Coast (Cote d'lvoire) ............ , ........................... 204 SAN REMO ............................................................................ , ........ 192 PRAIA, IIha de Santiago .................................................................... 31 PREVEZA ..................................................................................... , .. 124 SANHA LPG TERMINAL, Cabinda ................................................... 15 SANT CARLES DE LA RApITA ................................................ , ...... 370 PROPRIANO, Corse ......................................................................... 84 PULA ....................................................................... , ......................... 39 SANT' ANT lOCO, PORTO 01 (PONTE ROMANO, Sardegna) ....... 192 SANTA MARGHERITA LlGURE ...................................................... 192 PUNTA EUROPA MARINE TERMINAL, Bioko .................................. 66 PUNTA PLANA, Bioko ....................................................................... 67 SANTO ANTONIO, IIha do Prfncipe ................................................ 293 sAc TOME AND PRINCIPE ........................................................... 293 a sAc TOME, IIha de Sao Tome ........................................................ 293 Sapele .............................................................. , .......... , ................... 253 QALHAT LNG TERMINAL .............................................. , ................ 265 SARANDE ........................................................................................... 2 QA$R At1MAD (MI$RATAH) ........................................................... 219 SARAYLAR ...................................................................................... 416 QATAR ............................................................................................. 268 Sariseki Terminal ............................................................................ -"9 QUA IBOE MARINE TERMINAL (KWA IBO MARINE TERMINAL) ... 260 SAUDI ARABIA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS) ................. J\12 QUELlMANE ................................................................................... 243 SAUDI ARABIA. ............................................................................... 293 QUILlANO TERMINAL .................................................................... 188 SAVONA, including Vado Ligure ...................................................... 192 R SAwAKIN (OS MAN DIGNA PORT) ................................................ 375 SAXI-BATUQUE TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield .............................. 16 RA'S AL GHAR ............ , ............. , ..................................................... 299 SCIACCA, Sicilia ............................................................................. 193 RA'S AL KHAFJI .............................................................................. 300 SEA EAGLE TERMINAL ................................................................. 260 RA'S-E BARKAN OIL TERMINAL SELAATA ......................................................................................... 211 (BAHREGAN NORWUZ LOADING TERMINAL) ............................. 135 SEN EGAL ........................................................................................ 305 RA'S IsA MARINE TERMINAL ....................................................... 463 SENIGALLlA. ................................................................................... 194 RA'S LAFFAN ....................................... , ............................ , ............. 274 SENJ ................................................................................... , ............. 41 RA'S LANOF .................................................................................... 220 SERPENTINA TERMINAL, Zafiro Oil Field, Bioko ............................ 67 RA'S TANNORAH AND RA'S AL JU'AYMAH .................................. 300 SETE ................................................................................................. 85 RABIGH ........................................................................................... 301 SEVASTOPOL' ................................................................................ 439 RADES ............................................................................................ 383 SEYCHELLES ................................................................................. 307 RAS BUDRAN OIL TERMINAL ......................................................... 53 SFAX ............................................................................................... 383 RAS GHARIB TERMINAL ................................................................. 53 SHARM ASH SHAYKH (SHARM EL SHEIKH) .................................. 55 RAS MUSANDAM NAVAL BASE .......................... , ................. , ........ 266 SHENGJIN .......................................................................................... 2 RAS SHUKHEIR TERMINAL ............................................................ 54 Sheskharis Oil Harbour ................................................................... 285 RASA, including Trget. ....................................................................... 39 SHIP REPORTING SySTEMS ........................................................ 308 RAVENNA, including Porto Corsini ................................................. 188 SIBENIK ............................................................................................ 41 REGGIO 01 CALABRIA .................. , ................................................ 190 SIDI KERIR OIL TERMINAL.. ...................................... , .......... , .......... 55 470 INDEX SIERRA LEONE .............................................................................. 325 TOGO .............................................................................................. 379 SIMON'S TOWN .............................................................................. 345 TOROS GOBRE TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani ................................. 417 SiNOP ............................................................................................. 416 TORRE ANNUNZIATA ..................................................................... 196 SIRACUSA, Sicilia ........................................................................... 194 TORRE DEL GRECO ...................................................................... 196 SITGES ............................................................................................ 371 TORREVIEJA .................................................................................. 372 SKALA, Nfsos Patmos .................................................................... 125 TOULON ............................................................................................ 86 SKIATHOS, Nfsos Skfathos ............................................................. 125 TRABLOUS (TRIPOLI) .................................................................... 212 SKIKDA ............................................................................................... 6 TRABZON ....................................................................................... 420 SLOVENIA ....................................................................................... 326 TRANI .............................................................................................. 197 SOCHI ............................................................................................. 287 TRAPANI, Sicilia .............................................................................. 197 SOHAR ............................................................................................ 266 TRICASE ......................................................................................... 198 SOKHNA PORT (NORTH AIN SUKHNA PORT} ............................... 56 TRIESTE ......................................................................................... 198 SOKHUMI (SUKHUM} ....................................................................... 98 TRISTAN DA CUNHA GROUP (UK) ............................................... 380 SOLENZARA, Corse ......................................................................... 86 TRISTAN ISLAND ............................................................................ 380 SOMALIA ......................................................................................... 327 TROGIR ............................................................................................. 42 SOROOSH TERMINAL ................................................................... 135 TUAPSE .......................................................................................... 290 SOUDHA, Krfti (Crete} ..................................................................... 126 TULCEA. .......................................................................................... 283 SOUSSE .......................................................................................... 383 TUNISIA .......................................................................................... 380 SOl JTH AFRICA -SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAFREP) ........... 346 TURKEy .......................................................................................... 384 S rH AFRICA -SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAMSA) ............. 352 TOTONCiFTLiK REFINERY ............................................................ 421 SOUTH AFRiCA .............................................................................. 329 TUZLA ............................................................................................. 421 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) ......................................................... 359 SPLlT. ................................................................................................ 41 U STENON RIOU-ANDIRRIOU .......................................................... 126 STillS (STYLlS or STYLlDA) .......................................................... 127 UKPOKITI MARINE TERMINAL ...................................................... 261 UKRAINE ......................................................................................... 423 STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (GIBREP} ... 323 UMAG ................................................................................................ 42 SUDAN ............................................................................................ 373 SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS} ............................................... 56 SUEZ, GULF OF ............................................................................... 61 UMM AL QAYWAYN ........................................................................ 459 UMM QA$R (KHAWR AZ ZUBAYR HARBOUR CONTROL} .......... 140 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ............................................................. 447 SULlNA ............................................................................................ 282 UST'-DUNAYSK ............................................................................... 441 SUPSA TERMINAL ........................................................................... 99 SURNAV (REUNION AND SOUTHERN OCEAN) .......................... 276 V SyRIA .............................................................................................. 375 VALENCiA ....................................................................................... 372 T VALLETIA ....................................................................................... 228 VARNA .............................................................................................. 26 TABLE BAY (CAPE TOWN) ............................................................. 356 TAGANROG, Sea of Azov, including Azov Port.. ............................. 288 T'∙'IRADI ......................................................................................... 99 TCtl\\)radi, Thermal Power Station (Aboadi SPM) ............................. 100 TAKULA OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda ................................................... 16 TANGA ............................................................................................. 378 TANGER (TANGIER) ....................................................................... 240 TANGER-MEDITERRANEE (TANGER-MED) ................................. 241 TANZANIA ....................................................................................... 377 TARABULUS (TRiPOLI} .................................................................. 221 TARANTO ........................................................................................ 194 TARRAGONA .................................................................................. 371 VASILlKOS ........................................................................................ 46 VASTO ............................................................................................. 200 VENEZIA (VENICE) ........................................................................ 200 VIAREGGIO .................................................................................... 201 VIBO VALENTIA .............................................................................. 201 VIESTE ............................................................................................ 201 VILANOVA I LA GELTRU ................................................................ 373 VILLA SAN GIOVANNI .................................................................... 201 Villefranche-sur-Mer .......................................................................... 82 VLORE (VALONA) ............................................................................... 2 VOLOS ............................................................................................ 128 TARTOS .......................................................................................... 376 W TEKIRDAG ...................................................................................... 416 TEMA ............................................................................................... 100 TENES ................................................................................................. 7 TERMINIIMERESE, Sicilia ............................................................. 195 WADI FEIRAN TERMINAL ................................................................ 63 WALVIS BAy .................................................................................... 244 Warri ................................................................................................ 253 TERMOLl ......................................................................................... 195 X TERRACINA .................................................................................... 196 THESSALONIKI (SALONICA) ......................................................... 127 XIKOMBA TERMINAL ....................................................................... 17 THISVI ............................................................................................. 127 Y Tin Can Island ................................................................................. 256 TIRAN, STRAIT OF ........................................................................... 63 YALOVA (AKSA TERMINAL) ........................................................... 421 Tirebolu, Karadeniz LPG Terminal ................................................... 405 YALTA .............................................................................................. 446 TOAMASINA (TAMATAVE) .............................................................. 222 YANBU' AL BAt-JR ........................................................................... 302 471 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Transport and Communications. Telephone: +355(0)4 256098 Fax: +355(0)4 256098 ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP): ALBANIA For details of the ADRIATIC TRAFFIC Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation V/ll, see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS. DURRES UNCTAD LOCODE: AL DRZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Durres Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 11 13 17 Telephone: +355(0)692094617 (Mobile) +355(0)6920 94618 (Mobile) Port Authority Telephone: +355(0)52223427 +355(0)52223115 +355(0)52223384 +355(0)5237986 (Operations) Fax: +355(0)52223115 +355(0)52 223384 E-mail: apd@apdurres.com.al info@apdurres.com.al Website: www.apdurres.com.al HrMr Call: Durres Harbour Master VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +355(0)52220016 +355(0)52 220017 (Head Office) +355(0)52220018 (Operations Office, H24) Fax: +355(0)52220016 +355(0)52 220017 (Head Office) Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 08 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: (a) Vessels arriving from ports in the Adriatic Sea should send ETA 24h in advance (b) Vessels arriving from ports outside the Adriatic Sea should send ETA 48h in advance (3) Messages should contain the following information: (a) Name, flag and last port of call (b) Draught on arrival, tonnage and length (c) Cargo description and distribution (d) Vessel's state of health (4) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 1500 NRT and all vessels carrying dangerous cargo. (5) Pilot boards in position 41 °15'∙29N 19°26'∙00E. ALBANIA SARANDE UNCTAD LOCODE: AL SAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +355(0)8522734 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only, SHENGJIN UNCTAD LOCODE: AL SHG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 71 HrMr Call: Shengjin Harbour Master VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Telephone: +355(0)281 2383 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only, (2) Pilot boards in position 41 °48',00N 19°35',00E, VLORE (VALONA) UNCTAD LOCODE: AL VOA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Vlore Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 10 HrMr Call: Harbour Master Vlore VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +355(0)33 24659 E-mail: info@portivlore.com Website: www.portivlore.com HOURS: 0800-1800 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory to the tanker loading station, (2) The bay can be entered without a pilot after contacting Harbour Port Control. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance to the agent. (4) Pilot boards in the anchorage (40026"50N 19°29',00E), ALGERIA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Le Ministre charge des Ports, Telephone: +213(0)21923067 Fax: +213(0)21 923046 E-mail: mhareb@ministere_transports.gov.dz 2 3 ALGER UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ ALG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +213(0)21 423662 HrMr Call: Capitainerie Alger VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +213(0)21 423649 Fax: +213(0)21 423072 E-mail: difellah@portalger.dz Port Office Telephone: +213(0)21 423609 Port Authority Telephone: +213(0)21 423614 +213(0)21 423616 +213(0)21 423618 Fax: +213(0)21 423606 E-mail: epal@portalger.com.dz Website: www.portalger.com.dz HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ALGERIA 36°46'N 3°04'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor vessels over 1500 tons and is available HJ only. (2) Berthing and unberthing HJ only. (3) Pilot boards 0∙25 n miles E of the head of Jetee de Mustapha. ANNABA UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ AAE Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Vessels should send ETA to the agents or the Hr Mr. (3) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles E 01 the entrance. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 11121314 Hr Mr Telephone: +213(0)38864591 Fax: +213(0)38864295 E-mail: capitainerie@annaba-port.com Port Authority Telephone: +213(0)38863131 +213(0)38863143 +213(0)38862119 Fax: +213(0)38865415 Telex: +40881652 E-mail: pdg@annaba-port.com Website: www.annaba-port.com HOURS: H24 ARZEW UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ AZW Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 14 Telephone: +213(0)41476098 Sea Line VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 36°54'N 7°47'E 35°51'N 0018'W ALGERIA PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h and 48h in advance with confirmation 12h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 2∙5 n miles ESE of the head of Jetee Abri. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +213(O}41 476098 Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 HrMr Call: Arzew Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HOURS: H24 OTHER PORT IN THE AREA: Arzew∙EI∙Djedid, including Bethioua UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ AZW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pil
ots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +213(O}41 476741 +213(O}41476098 +213(O}41 480693 Hr Mr Call: Arzew New Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: Hr Mr: Ch 12 HJ Ch 16 HN PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile NE of the Eastern entrance. BEJAIA UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ BJA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +213(O}34211345 Port Office VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +213(O}34211344 Fax: +213(O}34 211406 Telex: +40883055 E-mail: portbj@mail.wissal.dz Website: www.portdebejaia.com.dz Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: 0800-12001400-1800 and when a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: 35°49'N 0015'W 36 ° 45'N 5 ° 06'E (a) Tankers should send ETA and maximum draught at least 48h and 24h in advance to the agent (b) Other vessels should send ETA at least 6h in advance (12h if arriving at night) (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile NE of Jetee Est. 4 5 DELLVS UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ DEL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Dellys Port Capitainerie VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 11121314 Telephone: +213(0)21429377 +213(0)21 429848 Telex: +40876089 PORDE DZ HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ALGERIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for entering, departing and for all movements within the port and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 24h in advance to the agent. (3) Pilot boards within the anchorage area. DJEN-DJEN UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ DJE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +213(0)34445544 Port Authority Telephone: +213(0)34446690 Fax: +213(0)34445260 E-mail: epjdjendjen@wissal.dz officiers@djendjen-port.com.dz Website: www.djendjen-port.com.dz HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to the Hr Mr 72h prior to arrival. (3) ETA should be confirmed on VHF Chs 14 or 16, 2h before arrival at the anchorage area. (4) Pilot boards in position 36°51'∙00N 5°54'∙00E. NOTE: Weather information is available on request from the Hr Mr on VHF Chs 14 or 16. GHAZAOUET UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ GHA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +213(0)43323237 +213(0)43 323405 Fax: +213(0)43 323838 +213(0)43 323255 E-mail: contact@portdeghazaouet.com Website: www.portdeghazaouet.com HOURS: 0600-1930 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: vessels should advise ETA 24h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should maintain continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 14 or 16 whilst awaiting the pilot. (4) Vessels are recommended to keep west of the entrance whilst waiting for a pilot. NOTE: Provides pilotage for Bemi Saf (35°18'∙00N 1°23'∙00W). ALGERIA MOSTAGANEM UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ MOS Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control V
HF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +213(0)45212072 Hr Mr Telephone: +213(0)45213881 E-mail: cap@mosta-port.com Port Authority Telephone: +213(0)45 211411 Fax: +213(0)45 217805 Website: www.mosta-port.com HOURS: H24 ORAN UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ ORN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 Telephone: +213(0)41 392337 +213(0)41 391235 Fax: +213(0)41 393817 Telex: +408 22308 Website: www.oran-port.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. 35°56'N 0004'E 35°43'N 0038'W (2) Pilot boards approximately 0∙5 n miles N of the entrance to the port. SKIKDA UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ SKI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 14 Port Call: Skikda Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +213(0)38756827 +213(0)38761201 +213(0)38763093 +213(0)38 761053 +213(0)38756683 +213(0)38 753999 Fax: +213(0)38 752015 +213(0)38755148 E-mail: epskikda@skikda-port.com Website: www.skikda-port.com 36°54'N 6°54'E 6 7 Hr Mr Telephone: +213(0)38751339 Fax: +213(0)38 752970 Sonatrach Loading Master (Petrol Terminal) VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Sonatrach Loading Master (Gas Terminal) VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 NASHCO Agency VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 77 HYPROC Agency VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ALGERIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor vessels of 500 GT and over and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to Skikda Port Control by fax to +213(0)38755148, 24h in advance. The ETA message should include the following information: (a) LOA (b) Draught (c) Nature of cargo (d) Tonnage (3) Tugs are compulsory for all vessels of 80m LOA and over. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Town harbour: At the anchorage or 1 n mile from the entrance (b) Oil harbour: 1 n mile N of the outer breakwater head Lt TENES UNCTAD LOCODE: DZ TEN Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 NRT. (2) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 111314 Telephone: +213(0)27767276 +213(0)27766196 +213(0)27 766988 Fax: +213(0)27766177 HOURS: H24 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: National Directorate of Merchant Marine and Ports. Telephone: +244(0)2390034 Fax: +244(0)2 310375 Mobile: +244(0)92439336 E-mail: ispscode_angola@snet.co.ao 36°32'N 1°19'E ANGOLA ANGOLA AMBRIZ UNCTAD LOCODE: AO All Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Petromar Ambriz VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. CABINDA UNCTAD LOCODE: AO CAB Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +244(0)231 222160 Agents RT Frequency (kHz): 8384 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not available. (2) All port communication is through the agents. Messages can be sent through Luanda CRS. CANUKU TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Canuku Terminal Ocean Producer VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 RT Frequency (kHz): 9350 Telephone: +1 713 3294797 Fax: + 1 7133294738 E-mail: captop@oceaneering.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels are requested to report ETA 48h before arrival, and to confirm 24h before arrival or at any time if ETA changes by more than 2h. (3) Berthing will be during daylight hours only. Unberthing may take place in hours of darkness by agreement between the FPSO, Export Vessel and Loading Masters. (4) On arrival vessels may be directed to anchor in a position 3 n miles NE of the FPSO. (5) Mooring and Loading Master boards 2∙5 n miles NE of the terminal. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Sonangol P & P. DALlA TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: AO DAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Dalia: 7"41'∙01S 11 °45'∙92E; SPM: 7"40'∙85S 11 °47'∙00E. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 72 RT Frequency (kHz): 6342 7823 10115 Telephone: +870322740462 (Inmarsat B) +870 322740466 (Inmarsat B) +870 764568924 (Inmarsat Mini-M) Fax: +870322740463 (Inmarsat B) +870322740467 (Inmarsat B) Telex: +581 435169110 (Inmarsat C) +581 435169111 (Inmarsat C) ---
8 • • GIiVlBOA TER!VllNAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Girnboa (C60S7) CONTACT DETAILS: Radio Room Call: Gimboa Conlrol VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 6224 Telephone: +390252027500 E∙mail: radiooper.gimboa@saipem.eni.il MMSI: 309817000 Central Control Room Telephone: +870 71l4~58385 (lnma!sat) E-mail: cargospv.gimboa@saipem.eni.it Glmboa DIM Call: Gimboa OIM Telephone: +390252027501 E-mail: oim.gimboa@saipem.eni.it Cargo Superintendent Call: Gimboa Cargo Superinlendent Telephone: +390252027502 E-mail: .CslJp.gimboa@saipem.eni.iI HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage, by the Mooring Master, is compulsory. 'Y033'S 12°10'[ (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA bye-mail to Ihe FPSO as follows: (a) 7 days before ETA, or upon clearing lasl port if less Ihan 7 days distant (b) 72h, 48h and 24h prior 10 arrival ' (c) When within VHF range (3) Vessels should also advise the Angolan Marilime Authorities via agent 72h prior 10 arrival. (4) Any changes 10 ETA of more Ihan 6 hourS-
following Ihe 72h or 48h notice, or changes of more than I h following Ihe 24h noliee, shall be advised. I (5) Vessels should conlael Gimboa Control by VHF, 3h prior 10 arrival, to provide latesl information regarding position and ET A_ (6) When IOn miles from Ihe FPSO, vessels should establish VHF contact on VHF Ch 12. (7) Mooring normally lakes place HJ only. j (8) Vessels must maintain a continuous lislening walch on VHF Chs 16 and 12 during operations. t (9) A safely zone of 500m radius has been eslablished around Ihe FPSO. Vessels shall nol enler Ihis zone wilhout permission of Ihe OIM. (10)A designaled wailing area has been'eslablished 6 n miles NE of Ihe FPSO, radius 2∙5 n miles, cenlred on posilion 7°28"47S 12'14'∙40E. (11) Vesseis should inform Gimboa Conlral of the lime of clearing Ihe FPSO vicinity and also on deparlure from Ihe 10 11 mile zone. (12)Mooring Master boards approximately 2 n miles from Ihe FPSO. , NOTE: Terminal is op~raled by Sonangol P&P, Angola. 9 HOURS: 0600-1500 LT PROCEDURE: ANGOLA (I) Pilotage is compulsory. . (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 48h and ;>411 PrlOI to arrival (3) Vessels must give 4h prior notir:e of arriv'll on VHF Chs t6 and 72 (4) A circular protected zone prohibited 10 fishing and navigation ha~ been established of radius 10 n miles centred on the FPSO Girassol (7°38'∙98S 11 "41'∙00E). (5) Vessels should maintain a continUOUS listening watch on VHF Chs Oil and 72 (6) Pilot boards 3 n miles N of the FPSO Dalia. NOTE: The terminal is owned and operated by Total E & P, Angola. FUTlLft. TERMINAL, Cabinda Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Futila Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 E-mail: amrmr@chevrontexaco.com Marine Operations Telephone: +1 925 8421111 ex! 2775 Owners (USA) Telex: +23470074 CHEV A +23 278755 CHEV A HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 5"27'S 12°11'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for the Fulila Terminal are required to send an ETA by telex to the agent in Cabinda, who will pass the information to the company. The ETA messages are to be sent 72h, 48h and 24h before arrival at the terminal and should contain Ihe following inlormation: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA in GMT (c) Master's name (d) Arrival draught and intended departure draught (fore and aft) (e) Time for discharge of clean ballast, if any, also quantity of segregated ballast on board (~ Quantity of cargo required or to be discharged and any special requirement. (2) Vessel's approach to the Malongo Freighter Anchorage I Pilol Boarding Area: When within VHF range, the Master of the vessel should ascertain berthing prospects from Futila Shore Terminal. Should it be necessary to anchor, then the vessel should proceed to the recommended Malongo Freighter Anchorage. (3) Mooring operation will normally be undertaken HJ, under normal weafher conditions and the Mooring Master's agreement. (4) Mooring Master boards at the Malongo Freighler Anchorage (5'31'∙00S 12~08'·0 0E ), • , NOTE: Futila Terminal is owned by Sociedade Nacional de Combustiveis dp. Angola (SONANGOL) and operated by Cabinda Gull Oil Co. Lld. (CABGOC). , 7"39'SI1°41'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Girassol: 7°38'∙98S 11 '41"OOE: SPM' 7°37'98S 11 "41'∙38E CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 1671 RT Frequency (kHz): 6342 7823 10115 Telephone: +870 322689862 (Inmarsat B) +870 763239662 (Inmarsa! Mini-M) Fax: +870322689866 (Inmarsat B) Pilots E-mail: ep-ao-dbI7.gir-marine∙pilote@total.com ANGOLA HOURS:0601)∙∙1511{) Lf PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory. (f') Notice of ETA: Vessels should artvise EI'A nh, 41lh anr.l24h prior I'l arnval (3) Vessp,l~ ,nusl give 4h PrlOI notice of arnval to the Terminal Oil VHF Ch 16 ( ~) A protection zone 01 radius 7 n rnile5 exists centred 011 the FPSO (5) The lerrTllnal has Iwo loading pOints: (a) SPM main loadinu point (b) FPSO. backulJ loading point (6) The chOice of loading point to be used will be communiCllted to the vessel's Master upon arrival 111 the wall1l19 area. (7) Pilot boards In position 7°35'∙005 11 °41' ODE (4 n miles N of the FPSO). NOTE: Terminalis operated by TotalRnaElf E&P Angola. GREATER PLUTONIO TERMINAL 7°50'S 12°07'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: CALM (SBM) Loading Buoy (primary export point) 7"49'80S 12°07'∙20E: FPSO 7"50'∙905 12°0G'∙70E (secondary export point) CONTAcT DETAILS: Call: Plutonio Control VHF Frequency: Ch 08 16 Fax: +244(0)222 6a8080 E-mail: gpterminal@bp.com HClURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except when arriving at or leaving the TaAker Waiting Area. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send an initial ETA message via e-mail or lax to the Terminal on departure from the previous port. (3) Further ETA messages should be sent 96h, 72h, 48h, 24h and 411 before arrival. FUl1her updates should be advised when within VHF range. (4) An immediate ETA message should be sent if the ETA varies by more than 6h from the original ETA, and again if the ETA varies by more than 1 h following the 24h advice. (5) Vessels may nonnally berth between 0600 and 1500 LT, and unbertl1 H24. (6) An exclusion zone of 500m has been established around the Terminal, where vessels may not enter unless permission has been granted. ' (7) Pilot boards in position 7°45'∙005 12°09'∙00E. NOTE: Terminal is operated,by BP Exploration Ltd. KIZOMBA A TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAtLS: Call: Kizomba A FPSO VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone' t 1 7137673287 t870 330373871 (Inmarsat B) Fax: +1 '113 7679292 +870 330373872 (Inmarsat B) E-mail: kiza.mooring.masters@exxonmobil.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compUlsory. 6°19'$ 11 °03'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA '12h. 4811, 24h and 4h prior 10 arrival. Changes of HA of more than 1 h after the 24h ETA should be advised. (3) A restricted area of 4 n miles radius exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited wltholll permission. (4) Mooring is only carned out between 0600 and 1500 LT. Unmooring c~n take place H24. 10 11 ANGOLA (5) Pilot boards in the tanker waiting area (NW of the FPSO) bounded by the following positions: (a) 6°16'∙00S WOO'∙OOE (b) 6°16'∙00S W57'-75E (c) 6°18'∙00S WOO'∙OOE (d) 6°18'∙00S W57'∙75E NOTE: Terminal is operated by Esso Exploration Angola (Block 15) Ltd. KIZOMBA B TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kizomba B FPSO VHF Frequency: Ch 1677 Telephone: +1 7137679087 +870330374370 (Inmarsat B) +870330374373 (Inmarsat B) Fax: + 1 2623143739 +870330374371 (Inmarsat B) E-mail: kizb.mooring.masters@exxonmobil.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 6°21'511°09'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. Large changes in ETA should also be advised. (3) A restricted area of 4 n miles exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited without permission. (4) Mooring is only carried out between 0600 and 1500 LT. Unmooring can take place H24. (5) Pilot boards in position 6°17'∙00S 11 °08'∙00E (4∙5 n miles NNW of the FPSO). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Esso Exploration Angola (Block 15) Ltd. KUITO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda UNCTAD LOCODE: AO SVP Pilots and Terminal 5°28'511°31'E LOCATION: FPSO Kuito: 5°27'∙63S 11 °31 "38E; SPM: 5°27'∙90S 11 °31 '∙35E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kuito Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 69 E-mail: amrmr@chevrontexaco.com Marine Operations Telephone: +1 925 8421111 ext 2775 Owners (USA) Telex: +23470074 CHEV A +23 278755 CHEV A HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Vessels are required to advise ETA as follows: (a) By telex to agent in Cabinda who will relay to CABGOC at Malongo (b) Vessels fitted with Inmarsat are requested in addition to send ETA to CABGOC by telex or e-mail with heading "Relay to Malongo Angola" (3) Notice of ETA: ETA message should be sent 72h, 48h and 24h before arrival at the terminal and should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA in UT(GMT) (c) Master's name (d) Estimated arrival draught (fore and aft) and displacement (e) Time for discharging clean ballast, if any, also quantity of segregated ballast on board (f) If vessels are proceeding to any port(s) prior to Kuito, and if so, any delays anticipated (g) Quantity of cargo required and any special requirements (h) Vessel's Inmarsat telephone and fax numbers (i) Any defects in the vessel or equipment affecting manoeuvrability, cargo handling, or performance ANGOLA (4) Mooring operations normally take place HJ. Unmooring can take place H24. (5) Pilot boards in position 5°26'∙00S 11 °28'∙50E (approximately 3 n miles NW of the terminal). LOBllO UNCTAD LOCODE: AO LOB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Lobito Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +244(0)27223439 +244(0)272 23058 Fax: +244(0)272 22719 E-mail: dop@eplobito.com Website: www.eplobito.com PROCEDURE: 12°19'$ 13°35'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the harbour entrance and is available HJ only. Vessels may obtain permission to depart HN on request. (2) Vessels intending to manoeuvre inside the harbour should obtain permission from the Port Captain (Hr Mr) and have a pilot aboard. (3) Pilot boards in position 12°19'∙50S 13°34'∙60E (between Lt buoys No 4 and No 6). LUANDA 8°46'$ 13°16'E UNCTAD LOCODE: AO LAD Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 08 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 300 GT and is available 0800-2200. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h, 12h and 6h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in approximate position 8°45'∙70S 13°16'∙20E (1 n mile S of Lt buoy No 1). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Luanda Porto Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 13 Telephone: +244(0)222336298 Berthing Call: Luanda Cais Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 Oil loading & unloading VHF Frequency: Ch 72 Fire Rescue, Evacuations & Pollution VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Marine Safety VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: Port: H24 Berthing: 0800-1800 OTHER PORT USING LUANDA PILOTS: Luanda, Petrangol Refinery UNCTAD LOCODE: AO LAD Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Luanda Refinaria Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch16;11121581 Telephone: +244(0)22283390 +244(0)222 83423 +244(0)222 91530 Telegraph: PETRANGOL LUANDA 8°47'$ 13°17'E 12 13 HOURS: H24 NOTE: Station is operated by Companhia des Petroleos de Angola. MALONGO OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda UNCTAD LOCODE: AO MAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Malongo Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Storage Tanker Call: Berge Troll VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Terminal Call: Malongo Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Supply Base Call: Malongo Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Patrol boats VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Marine Operations Telephone: +1 9258421111 ext 2775 E-mail: amrmr@chevrontexaco.com Owners (USA) Telex: +23470074 CHEV A +23 278755 CHEV A HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ANGOLA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels except small vessels which call regularly. Port is open 0600-1800 LT. (2) Vessels should advise ETA as follows: (a) Via agent in Cabinda (b) Vessels fitted with Inmarsat are requested; in addition; to send ETA to CABGOC by telex or e-mail with heading "Relay to Malongo Angola" (3) Notice of ETA: All vessels should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA (c) Master's name (d) Any special information as requested (4) Vessels should call Security Patrol Boats "DA" (Delta Alpha) or "DB" (Delta Bravo) on arrival. (5) Pilot boards to the E of the waiting anchorage in pOSition 5°28'∙00S 11 °58'∙00E. NOTE: Malongo Terminal is owned by Sociedade Nacional de Combustive is de Angola (SONANGOL) and operated by Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. Ltd. (CABGOC). MOC;AMEDES, Baia de Namibe UNCTAD LOCODE: AO MSZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 08 12 14 16 Telephone: +244(0)264 66921 Fax: +244(0)26466050 E-mail: porto_namibe@supernet.ao ANGOLA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Mooring can only take place until 1900 LT in the summer and 1800 LT in winter. (3) Departure can take place at the commercial port H24; however at the Sacomar Mineral Port (Porta Saco) mooring and unmooring is only possible until 1800 LT. (4) Vessels calling at Porta Saco which are carrying inflammable cargoes should give notice, indicating the quality and quantity of the inflammable products on board, through the agent, to the Port Captain at Porta Namibe at least 48h in advance. (5) Pilot boards in the bay entrance. MONDO TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Mondo CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mondo Terminal (C6VS9) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 72 Telephone: +870 761117524 (Inmarsat) Fax: +870761117526 (Inmarsat) E-mail: oim.fpsomondo@singlebuoy.com HOURS: 0600-1500 LT PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send an initial ETA message via e-mail or fax to the Marine Terminal when starting passage to the Terminal. A series of ETAs expressed in UTC or LT must be sent as follows: (a) Start of passage (b) 72h prior to arrival (c) 48h prior to arrival (d) 24h prior to arrival (e) 4h prior to arrival, confirming time of arrival (f) Further updates when within VHF range (3) Additional notification must be given if the ETA varies: (a) More than 6h from the orginal ETA (b) More than 1 h following the 24h advice (4) A restricted area of 2∙5 n miles radius exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited without permission. (5) An exclusion zone of 1000m exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited without permission. (6) Pilot boards in position 6°06'∙00S 11 °16'∙00E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Esso Exploration Angola (Block 15) Ltd. PALANCA TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: AO PAT Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilot/Loading Master E-mail: exp-ops-ter@sonangolpp.com Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16 67 Telephone: +870322688191 (Inmarsat B) Telex: +581322688190 (Inmarsat B) Barge Master E-mail: exp-ops-term@sonangolpp.com Operators (UK) Telex: +51 94049192 SANO G HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Berthing takes place between 0600h and 1500h LT, unberthing at any time. (4) Pilot boards approximately 2 n miles NW of the SBM (6°57'∙00N 12°23'∙90E). 14 15 NOTE: Terminal is operated by Sonangol P & P. PORTO NAMIBE, Baia de Namibe UNCTAD LOCODE: AO MSZ Pilots and Port NOTE: See MoC;AMEDES, Baia de Namibe. PORTO 5ACO, Baia de Namibe UNCTAD LOCODE: AO MSZ Pilots and Port NOTE: See MoC;AMEDES, Baia de Namibe. PORTO 5ALAZAR, Baia de Namibe Pilots and Port NOTE: See MoC;AMEDES, Baia de Namibe. 5ANHA LPG TERMINAL, Cabinda Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Malongo Terminal Sanha Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 90A 91 Terminal Call: Malongo Terminal Sanha Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 90A 91 Storage Tanker Call: Sanha FPSO VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 90A 91 Marine Operations Telephone: +1 9258421111 ext 2775 E-mail: amrmr@chevrontexaco.com Owners (USA) Telex: +23470074 CHEV A +23 278755 CHEV A HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Vessels should advise ETA as follows: (a) Via agenl in Cabinda ANGOLA 15°12'512°09'E 15°08'512°08'E 15°08'512°08'E 5°38'511°
51'E (b) Vessels fitted with Inmarsat are requested, in addition, to send ETA 10 CABGOC by telex or e-mail with heading "Relay to Malongo Angola" ANGOLA (3) Notice of ETA: Tankers should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA (c) Master's name (d) Estimated arrival draught (fore and aft) and displacement (e) If vessel proceeding to any port(s) prior to Malongo, and if so, any delays anticipated (D Quantity of cargo required and any special requirements (g) Vessel's Inmarsat telephone and fax numbers (h) Any defects in the vessel or equipment affecting manoeuvrability, cargo handling or performance (i) Whether cargo tanks cooled and ready to receive cargo Ul Parallel body measurement (4) On arrival, vessels to call Patrol Boat "OA" (Delta Alpha) or "DB" (Delta Bravo) on VHFCh 16. (5) Pilot boards in pOSition 5°35"005 11°53'∙00E. NOTES: (1) All VHF Channels are available for working. (2) Sanha Terminal is owned by 50ciedade Nacional de Combustiveis de Angola (SONANGOL) and operated by Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. Ltd. (CABGOC). SAXI-BATUQUE TERMINAL, Kizomba C Oilfield Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Saxi CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Saxi Terminal (C6W8S) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 72 Telephone: +870761135175 (Inmarsat) Fax: +870761135176 (Inmarsat) E-mail: oim.fpsosaxi@singlebuoy.com HOURS: 0600-1500 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send an initial ETA message via e-mail or fax to the Marine Terminal when starting passage to the Terminal. A series of ETAs expressed in UTC or LT must be sent as follows: (a) Start of passage (b) 72h prior to arrival (c) 48h prior to arrival (d) 24h prior to arrival (e) 4h prior to arrival, confirming time of arrival (f) Further updates when within VHF range (3) Additional notification must be given if the ETA varies: (a) More than 6h from the orginal ETA (b) More than 1 h following the 24h advice (4) A restricted area of 4 n miles radius exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited without permission. (5) An exclusion zone of 1000m exists around the FPSO. Entry is prohibited without permission. (6) Pilot boards in position 6°16'∙00S 11°14'∙00E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Esso Exploration Angola (Block 15) Ltd. TAKULA OIL TERMINAL, Cabinda UNCTAD LOCODE: AO TAK Pilots and Terminal NOTE: The Takula Export Berth is the Malongo Contingency Export Facility in case of failure of the Malongo Export pipeline. For information see MALONGO OIL TERMINAL. PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in position 5°11 '∙90S 11°4?'∙60E (1∙5 n miles NW of the 5PM). 16 17 XIKOMBA TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Xikomba: 6°02'∙69S 11 °01'-45E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: C6004 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 12 Telephone: +870763702660 (Inmarsat mini-M) Central Control Room Telephone: +870 763702652 (Inmarsat mini-M) Operators Luanda (EEAL) Telephone: +1 7137679999 (Switchboard) Fax: + 1 7137679998 + 1 713 7679968 SBM Xikomba Office Telephone: +1 7137679237 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ANGOLA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels except when arriving at the Tanker Waiting Area (S from 5°58'∙00S to 6°00'∙00S, E from 11 °OO'∙OOE to 11 °02'∙25E). (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA via e-mail or fax to the Terminal and Operators as follows: (a) Start of passage (b) 72h prior to arrival (c) 48h prior to arrival (d) 24h prior to arrival (e) 4h prior to arrival, confirming ETA (f) Further updates when in VHF range (3) Amended ETA should be advised if the original ETA varies by more than 6h, or by more than 1 h following the 24h notice. (4) A restricted area of radius 2∙5 n miles centred on position 6°02'∙58S 11 °01 '∙02E exists around the operational area. Vessels must not enter this area without permission. (5) An exclusion zone of 1000m exists around the FPSO and any approaching or connected vessel. Vessels must not enter this zone without permission. (6) A dedicated working VHF channel must be agreed with the Terminal, which must be continuously monitored whilst in the Marine Terminal area. (
7) HF/MF radio transmissions are not permitted within the Marine Terminal restricted area. Low power satellite transmissions are permitted. (8) Mooring is only carried out between 0600 and 1500 LT. Unmooring can take place H24. (9) Mooring Master boards in the vicinity of the Tanker Waiting Area. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by Esso Exploration Angola Lld (EEAL), Luanda. ASCENSION ISLAND (UK) GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Telephone: +247 6311 Fax: +247 6152 E-mail: andrew.kettlewell@ascension.gov.ac GEORGETOWN, Ascension Island (CLARENCE BAY) UNCTAD LOCODE: SH ASI Port AREA: Georgetown Roads, the Terminal Clarence Bay and Pier Head CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pier Head, Ascension Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 24 Telephone: +2476119 Fax: +2476119 ASCENSION ISLAND (UK) HOURS: Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 and when a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: Unscheduled vessels should send ETA 72h in advance addressed to the Hr Mr Ascension. NOTE: Vessels should contact the Hr Mr via Ascension CRS on VHF Chs 16 or 26 outside of office hours. OTHER VHF STATIONS IN THE AREA: Ascension Island (UK), Airfield UNCTAD LOCODE: SH ASI Radio Station CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Turtle VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 Telephone: +2473315 +2473316 +2476133 HOURS: Ch 06: H24 NOTE: 7°58'5 14°24'W Station is operated by the Royal Air Force, for liaison with NATO vessels and supply vessels. Ascension Island (UK), English Bay UNCTAD LOCODE: SH ASI Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Power Station VHF Frequency: Ch 15 24 HOURS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: 7°54'5 14°23'W (1) Vessels should establish initial contact through Ascension CRS. (2) Vessels should contact Power Station on VHF Ch 24 (7"56'∙00S 14°22'∙00W). (3) VHF Ch 15 is to be used locally for tanker operations and mooring. BAHRAIN GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Directorate of Ports, Manama. Telephone: +97317719602 Fax:+97317729709 Mobile: +973 39478712 E-mail: esyateem@yahoo.com MINA' 5ALMAN UNCTAD LOCODE: BH MIN See diagram MINA' SALMAN VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Bahrain Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 1674; 06 08 Telephone: +97317727136 26°18'N 50
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°00' OS' rJ .J Bahrain Lt buoy / / / No3Ll / /[;J / / / / / / <:f " MINA'SALMAN VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 51°00' 05' 26° 30' 25' 20' 15' 10' BAHRAIN HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is normally compulsory for merchant vessels over 250 GT intending to transit the entrance channel to Khawr al Qulay'ah. (2) Under certain circumstances, vessels between 250 and 1500 GT may be given permission to proceed without a pilot. (3) There are two pilotage authorities for Bahrain, both of which co-ordinate through Bahrain Port Control: (a) Bahrain Pilots handle all vessels bound for the Khawr al Qulay'ah and the marine terminals of GIIC, ALBA and BAPCO. (b) ASRY Pilots handle all vessels bound for the ASRY drydock. (4) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and maximum draught at least 24h and 12h in advance. (5) Pilot boards in position 26°10'-47N 50
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44'∙37E. ASRV Pilots, Bahrain CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 74; 06 OS Telephone: +973 17671111 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: See Procedures for MINA' SALMAN, Bahrain Pilots. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Enclosed by a line joining the following positions and including the Deep Draught and NE Approach Channels: (1) 26°13'∙00N 50
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3S'∙00E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bahrain Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 1674; 74 Telephone: +973 17162010 Fax: +973 17725534 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels over 50 GT should inform Bahrain Port Control Operations (BPC) of the following: (a) Vessels inward-bound: (i) Vessels should send ETA Sitrah Lt buoy (26°10'∙70N 50
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43'∙30E), with draught and details of any deficiencies in vessel handling or seaworthiness, when within VHF range (iI) Vessels should seek permission before proceeding beyond No 3 Lt buoy (vessels in Deep Draught Channel only) (iii) Vessels should report on passing the REPORTING POINTS (iv) Before anchoring vessels should inform Port Control in sufficient time for an alternative anchorage to be stipulated (v) Vessels should report when berthed, moored or anchored (b) Vessels within the area should maintain a continuous listening watch, including whilst anchored. Vessels berthed, moored or anchored should request permission prior to moving and report again when reberthed. (c) Vessels outward-bound: (i) Vessels should report 15 mins prior to moving and immediately before getting under way (ii) Vessels should report on passing the REPORTING POINTS (Hi) Vessels should seek permission before proceeding beyond Bahrain Approach Lt buoy (vessels in Deep Draught Channel only) (2) Vessels may not engage in towing without permission (except tugs berthing vessels) and then should state length and speed of tow and anticipated passage. 20 21 BAHRAIN REPORTING POINTS: Deep Draught Channel NE Approach Channel Bahrain Lt buoy Sitrah Inwards Lt buoy No 3 Lt buoy Vidal Lt buoy Bahrain Approach Lt buoy No 27 Lt buoy No 14 Lt buoy MS App Lt buoy No 27 Lt buoy MS App Lt buoy NOTE: Local weather forecasts are available on request. OTHER STATIONS IN THE AREA: Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) BSC Terminal Port CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: BAPCO Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 1674; 06 091214 Telephone: +97317755661 Fax: +973 17755890 Operators Telephone: +97317704040 Fax: +973 17757747 +973 17757767 Telegraph: BAPCOSHIP BAHRAIN E-mail: info@bapco.net Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 08 09 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. 26°10'N 50
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40'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA, draught and requirements for bunker fuels 48h in advance. (3) Vessels within VHF range and when at anchor should maintain a continuous watch on VHF Chs 16 and 74. (4) Pilot boards at the anchorage. Bahrain, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA) Jetty 26°10'N 50
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40'E Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +97317661751 Telex: +4908253 ALBA BN Telegraph: METALBA BAHRAIN HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) See GIIC Terminal for requirements. Additionally include bunker requirements with the ETA message. (2) VHF Ch 08 is used for contact with the wharf staff while alongside. Bahrain, ASRY Drydock Drydock CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 72 74 Telephone: +97317671111 Fax: +973 17670236 Telex: +4908455 ASRY BN Telegraph: ASRY BAHRAIN 26°11'N 50
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40'E BAHRAIN PROCEDURE: (1) See GIIC Terminal for requirements. Also include, along with ETA message, the following information: (a) Whether vessel is gas free and ready to dock / berth (b) Whether vessel requires tank cleaning (any dirty ballast?) (2) Vessels should also establish VHF contact on Ch 16 with ASRY drydock when within range. NOTE: Station is operated by Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard Co. Bahrain, GIIC Terminal 26°12'N 50
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41'E Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 68 Telephone: +973 17673311 HOURS:To be used in an emergency PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 72h in advance, message to include the following information: (a) The last three ports of call (b) Arrival draughts (fore and aft) and berthing displacement (c) State of readiness to berth/unload (2) When within VHF range, vessels should establish contact with Bahrain Port Control and the BAPCO terminal to obtain the latest movement schedule from Bahrain Pilots. NOTE: Station is operated by the Gulf Industrial Investment Co. BALEARES, ISLAS (Spain) GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Puertos del Estado (Ministerio de Formento). Telephone: +34 91 5245537 Fax: +34 91 5245506 Mobile: +34 628 269537 E-mail: pjroman@puertos.es ALCUDIA, Mallorca UNCTAD LOCODE: ES ALD Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Alcudia Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 1416; 11 1314 Telephone: +34 97t 549173 Fax: +34 971 549173 Port Telephone: +34971 545076 Fax: +34 971 549167 HrMr Telephone: +34971 545301 Fax: +34971 545301 HOURS: 0600-2400 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 39°50'N 3°08'E (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should request pilots 1h before arrival on VHF Ch 16. (
3) Pilot boards in position 39°49'∙60N 3°08'∙50E. 22 23 IBIZA, Isla de Ibiza UNCTAD LOCODE: ES IBZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Practicos de Ibiza VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +34971 312208 Fax: +34971312208 E-mail: ibizapilot@terra.es Port Call: Ibiza Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +34971 310611 Fax: +34971 310400 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: BALEARES. ISLAS (Spain) (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 50 GT and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 38°54'∙00N 1°28'∙50E. MAH6N, Menorca UNCTAD LOCODE: ES MAH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Mah6n Pnkticos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +34971 354520 +34669896364 (Mobile) Fax: +34 971 354520 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +34971 363066 Fax: +34971 363101 E-mail: portsdebalears@portsdebalears.com atclient@portsdebalears.com Website: www.puertomao.com www.portsdebalears.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. PALMA, Mallorca UNCTAD LOCODE: ES PMI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Paima Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 14 Telephone: +34971 711937 +34610717876 (Mobile) Fax: +34971 714042 E-mail: pracpalm@terra.es Port Telephone: +34971 228150 Fax: +34971 726948 E-mail: portsdebalears@portsdebalears.com Website: www.portsdebalears.com BALEARES. ISLAS (Spain) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 50 GT. (2) Pilot ordering: Request for pilot should be made, at least 2h before ETA, in writing to: (a) Pilot Authority (b) Marine HQ (3) Telephony can be used but written confirmation is required. (4) Pilot boards in position 39°31'∙67N 2°38'.41 E. BENIN GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Direction de la Marine Marchande. Telephone: +229316111 Fax: +229 315845 Telex: +972 5225 COBNAM E-mail: marimarc@internet.bj COTONOU UNCTAD LOCODE: BJ COO Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +22921314033 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for inward-bound and outward-bound vessels over 100 NRT and is available 0600-2400 LT (exceptionally H24). (2) Pilotage is exempt for the following: (a) Warships (b) Port service vessels (c) Vessels under 100 NRT (d) Oceanographic and Hydrographic vessels (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels must request pilotage at least 3h in advance, or by 1830 LT at the latest. (4) Pilot boards in position 6°20'∙13N 2°26'∙80E (1 n mile ESE of Harbour Entrance). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Cotonou Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +22921314033 Hr Mr Telephone: +22921315592 +22995859315 (Mobile) Fax: +229 21312891 Port Authority Telephone: +22921312890 +22921315280 Fax: +22921312891 E-mail: sp@portdecotonou.com pac@leland.bj Website: www.portdecotonou.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h prior to arrival via agent. (2) Vessels should contact Port Control when in VHF range to obtain berthing instructions. (3) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 100 NRT. 24 '-
25 BULGARIA See diagram BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS (TURKEY section). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Executive Agency "Maritime Administration". Telephone: +359(0)2 9409801 Fax: +359(0)29879480 E-mail: iapa-expert03@mtc.government.bg EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel t~ confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a ¥essel is eligible for an El is an offence. (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table: PARTtCIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int BALCHIK UNCTAD LOCODE: BG BAL Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by VARNA. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in Balchik Roads. BULGARIA Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +359(O}57972024 +359(O}579 76293 Fax: +359(O}579 72024 +359(O}579 76293 E-mail: management@port-balchik.com Website: www.port-balchik.com Port Manager Telephone: +359(O}887 777164 (Mobile) Duty Foreman Telephone: +359(O}888 554940 (Mobile, H24) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Vessels must contact the port 1 h prior to arrival. (2) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 1000 Gl BURGAS UNCTAD LOCODE: BG BOJ Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +359(O}56 840171 (Accounts) +359(O}56 822096 (Dispatcher) +359(O}56 828626 (Duty Pilot) Fax: +359(0)56840402 E-mail: pilot@bginfo.net Website: www.bourgas-pilot.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 42°29'N 27°29'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory from the anchorages (pilot boarding position) for all vessels over 100 GT and is available H24, (2) Vessels should send request for Inner Roads pilots at least 2h in advance through the agents, (3) Vessels requiring Outer Roads pilots should advise agents at least 6h in advance, (4) Pilot boarding positions are centred on Traffic Separation roundabouts in positions: (a) 42°39',80N 27"5TOOE (b) 42°30',00N 27"43',00E Port CONTACT DETAILS: VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +359(O}56844311 HrMr Telephone: +359(0)56844339 Fax: +359(O}56840064 Telex: +6783438 DIK BG E-mail: hm_bs@marad.bg Website: www.marad.bg Port Authority Telephone: +359(O}56822279 +359(O}56875775 Fax: +359(O}56 822340 E-mail: port-administration@port-burgas.com Website: www.port-burgas.com VARNA UNClAD LOCODE: BG VAR 43°11'N 27°55'E 26 27 Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Varna Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +359(0)52602446 (Chairman) +359(0)52602447 (Accounts) +359(0)52 602448 (Dispatcher) Fax: +359(0)52 602445 (Dispatcher) E-mail: vn.pilot@mail.bg Website: www.varnapilots.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: BULGARIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory in the Inner Roads for vessels over 100 GT and is available H24. (2) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 1000 GT. (3) Messages should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name, nationality and call sign (b) MMSI, IMO Number, Dangerous cargo (c) GT, length and draught (in metres), air draught (if more than 41∙72m) (d) Date and time (4) Pilot boarding positions are centred on the Traffic Separation roundabout in position 43' 11'∙20N 28'OO'∙00E. NOTE: Provides pilotage for BAlCHIK. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Traffic Control Station Call: Varna Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Port Authority Telephone: +359(0)52 692232 Fax: +359(0)52 632953 E-mail: headoffice@port-varna.bg Website: www.port-varna.bg GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: CAMEROON Ministere des Transports, Direction de la Marine Merchande. Telephone: +237 33420308 Fax: +237 33428956 DOUALA UNCTAD LOCODE: CM DlA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Telephone: +23733421333 Fax: +23733423550 Port Authority Telephone: +23733420133 Fax: +237 33426797 E-mail: portdouala@iccnet2000.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 4°02'N g040'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels of 100 GT and over, except naval vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at Base Lt buoy and request for pilot 24h in advance quoting (in metres) fresh-water draught and lOA. (3) All vessels are required to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 when at the anchorage and when transiting the approach channel. (4) Pilot boards in the vicinity of Base Lt buoy. NOTE: Provides pilotage for KOlE MARINE TERMINAL. CAMEROON EBOME MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: CM EBT Pilots and Terminal DESCRIPTION: 2°48'N 9°49'E The Ebome Marine Terminal consists of the Storage Vessel La Lobe (2°48'∙90N 9°49'∙93E) and one SPM loading buoy (2°48'∙35N 9°49'∙06E). CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +33(0)1 53576311 Operators Telephone: +23733423291 +237 33423572 Fax: +23733424359 Website: www.perenco.com Ebome Offshore Manager Telephone: +33(0)1 53576311 +237 99996458 +23799681077 Fax: +237 99681077 E-mail: om_ebome@cm.perenco.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is provided by DOUALA. Mooring is available HJ only, unmooring H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the Operators and Terminal Manager 72h prior to arrival or as soon as possible if the previous port is less than 72h away, stating the following information: (a) Vessels's name and flag (b) ETA (LT) (c) Grade and quantity of cargo to be loaded (d) Maximum loading rate acceptable (e) Lifting capacity of derrick (SWL) or crane (f) Size of vessel's manifold flanges (g) Distance bow/cargo manifold (h) ISPS information (3) ETA should be confirmed or amended 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (4) A restricted area exists where navigation is only permitted to tankers and service vessels visiting the terminal. The area is defined by a line joining the following positions: (a) 2°48'∙0IN 9°48'∙85E (b) 2°49'∙63N 9°48'∙85E (c) 2°49'∙63N 9°50'∙47E (d) 2°48'.01 N 9°50'∙47E (5) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 13 on arrival at the terminal and during operations. (6) Pilot boards in the anchorage area 1 n mile W of the SPM, dependent on weather conditions. KOlE MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: CM KOL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 4°15'N 8°33'E (2) Pilot boards 2 n miles SW of the SBM Lt buoy KLB2 (4 °13'∙35N 8°33'∙52E). NOTE: Pilotage is provided by DOUALA. Terminal LOCATION: Floating Storage Facility Serepca 1: 4 ° 15'∙70N 8°33'-47E 28 29 CONTACT DETAILS: Douala Office Telephone: +23733421366 Fax: +23733400020 Terminal Call: Kole Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: CAMEROON (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the Douala Office 72h, 48h and 24h in advance, and advise any subsequent changes. (2) The ETA message should include the following information: (a) Vessel's name and flag (b) Last port (c) Destination (d) Quantity to load (e) Duration of deballasting if not concurrent with loading (f) Maximum loading rate (g) Safe working load of derrick or crane (h) Dimensions of manifold flanges (i) Distance from bow to middle manifold Ol Captain's name (k) DWT, GT and NRT NOTE: Terminal is operated by Total E & P Cameroun. KOME∙KRIBI1 MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: CM KBI Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Kome-Kribi 1 Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +23777936586 (Mobile) +23777112763 (Mobile) +23777934519 (Mobile) E-mail: fso.cotco.oim@exxonmobil.com Offshore Manager Telephone: +44(0)2070741855 +44(0)20 70741858 Fax: +44(0)2070741856 +44(0)20 70741867 Mooring Master Telephone: +44(0)2070741855 E-mail: fso.cotco.mooringmaster@exxonmobil.com HOURS: Loading and unmooring: H24 Berthing: HJ PROCEDURE: 2°55'N g048'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all export tankers within the marine terminal area. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA at the start of the sea passage enroute to the terminal, and confirm 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Additional ETA notices should be advised if ETA from original notice varies by 6h or more. (4) Vessels should contact the terminal on arrival for berthing and anchoring instructions. (5) Pilot boards in the anchorage area, approximately 4 n miles WNW of the terminal. NOTE: Pilotage is provided by DOUALA. CAMEROON MOUDI MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: CM MOU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 13 16; 69 Telephone: +23733423291 Fax: +23733424359 Operators Website: www.perenco.com PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to Perenco through Douala CRS, and call the terminal when within 60 n miles. (3) Pilot boards at the anchorage (about 2 n miles ENE of the SPM). NOTE: Station is operated by Perenco Cameroon. CAPE VERDE (CABO VERDE) GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: General Directorate of Marine Affairs and Ports. Telephone: +238 2324342 Fax: +238 2324343 Mobile: +238 9954643 E-mail: dgmp@cvtelecom.cv Website: www.gov.cv/dgmp BAIA DA PALMEIRA, IIha do Sal UNCTAD LOCODE: cv PAL Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +2382411348 Fax: +2382411348 E-mail: portopalmeira@enapor.cv PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available. (2) Vessels should send ETA including arrival displacement through Sao Vicente CRS or Lisboa CRS to Shell Sao Vicente. (3) When within 40 n miles of the port, vessels should establish contact on VHF. (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile W of the mooring buoys. NOTE: Pilot located at Sao Vicente and travels to Ilha do Sal as required. PORTO GRANDE, MINDELO, IIha de Sao Vicente UNCTAD LOCODE: cv MIN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Sao Vicente Piloto VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 13 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +2382324414 Fax: +238 2321433 Telex: +9933032 MARPOR CV E-mail: portogrande@enapor.cv Website: www.enapor.cv 30 31 CAPE VERDE (CABO VERDE) HOURS: Pilots: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for entering harbour, anchoring and all berthing movements. (2) Notice of ETA: ETA should be sent at least 48h in advance to agents, through Sao Vicente CRS. This message should contain the following information: (a) Bunker and water requirements, if any (b) Number of hatches together with number of tonnes in each hatch to be worked. (3) Vessels should contact the Pilot Station 2h in advance on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards 0∙8 n miles SW of IIheu dos Passardos Lt (16°54'∙70N 25°01 'AOW). PRAIA, IIha de Santiago UNCTAD LOCODE: CV RAI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Praia Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +2382612382 Fax: +2382616133 E-mail: portopraia@enapor.cv PROCEDURE: 14°55'N 23°30'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels inward-bound and changing berths and optional for vessels outward-bound. (2) Vessels must contact pilots 2h before arrival on VHF Ch 16. (3) Pilot boards off Dona Marie Pia Lt. COMOROS GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Maritime Affairs of the Union of Comoros (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates). Telephone: +971 (0)67428120 Fax: +971(0)6 7441270 Mobile: +971 506462452 E-mail: depcomrg@emirates.net.ae SURNAV: For details of SURNAV reporting procedures, see REUNION (France), SURNAV (REUNION AND SOUTHERN OCEAN). DZAOUDZI, lie Pamanzi, lie Mayotte UNCTAD LOCODE: VT DZA Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by LONGONI. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Dzaoudzi Port (VHF) Charlie Tango (RT) VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 6216 (Office hours) Telephone: +2697601033 Fax: +2697601381 HOURS: H24 12°47'5 45°15'E COMOROS LONGONI, lie Mayotte UNCTAD LOCODE: YT LON Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mayotte Pilote VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +2697600585 +269 7690607 (Mobile) Fax: +269 7601388 E-mail: mayotte@pilotage.net pilotage-mayotte@wanadoo.fr Website: www.pilotage.net HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 30m LOA and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA via agent or directly to pilots 48h and 12h prior to arrival, stating: (a) LOA (b) Draught (c) Pass to be used (Mtsamboro or Bandrele) (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Passe Mtsamboro: 12°34'∙508 45°08'∙00E (b) Passe Bandrele: 12°53'∙708 45°16'∙00E Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Longoni Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 (H24) 16 (H24) RT Frequency (kHz): 6216 (Office hours) Telephone: +2697621222 Fax: +269 7620662 E-mail: capitainerie.longoni@equipement.gouv.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels must send a written berthing request to the Hr Mr 48h in advance, stating: (a) LOA (b) Maximum arrival draught (c) Pass to be used (Mtsamboro or Bandrele) (d) Nature and quantity of any dangerous substances carried (2) This information must be confirmed 24h prior to arrival, or on departure from the previous port. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA on VHF Ch 12, 1 h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position. (4) Vessels outward-bound should send ETD 6h in advance. NOTE: Tankers should maintain a continuous watch on VHF Chs 16 or 12 whilst in port. MUTSAMUDU UNCTAD LOCODE: KM MUT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +2697710143 HOU RS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for berthing. (2) Pilot boards 0∙75 n miles from the harbour entrance. 32 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministere des Transports. Telephone: +242 811070 Fax: +242811058 r I E-mail: minetaUranspor)i\.@ ... ya ... h.;;;o.;;.;o .... fr---:::--:--::----......".::--
__ rOY ALU((11l 1 ERM lNl\t: .>ee pc. .. e "3,,11. 33 POINTE NOIRE 4°47'S 11 °50'E UNCTAD LOCODE: CG PNA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilot Office VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PV VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 GT and is available H24 (tankers: HJ) (2) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Pointe Noire: 4'45'∙82S 11'49'∙62E (0∙6 n miles NNE of the head of the Digue Exterieure) (b) Djeno Oil Terminal: 4'46'∙38S 11'47'∙09E (2∙3 n miles W of the head of the Digue Exterieure) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +242940052 Fax: +242 942042 E-mail: info@congoport-papn.com Website: www.congoport-papn.com HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 HOURS: 0730-1200 1400-1800 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 12h in advance. OTHER PORTS IN THE POINTE NOIRE AREA: Ojeno Oil Terminal UNCTAD LOCODE: CG DJE Pilots NOTE: For details see POINTE NOI RE. Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 11 14 Telephone: +242 942041 HOURS: Continuous during loading at the SBM PROCEDURE: 4°56'S 11 °54'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilot for daytime departures through the Port Captain at Pointe Noire 3 working hours before ETD, and before 1700 LT for night-time departures. Notification of Sunday departures is required before 1200 LT the previous day. NOTE: Station is operated by Elf Congo. CONGO N'Kossa Offshore Loading Terminal UNCTAD LOCODE: CG NKO Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 09 (Mooring/Unmooring) 67 (Cargo operations) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Vessels awaiting loading should stop and drift in the Waiting Area of 6 n miles diameter centred on position 5°06'AOS 11 °24'∙10E. Vessels are not to drift east of Longitude 11 °27'∙50E. Notice of Readiness can be tendered once the vessel has stopped in the Waiting Area but will not be accepted until both hoses are connected. (3) PiloVMooring Master remains on board during cargo operations together with one Surveyor, one Agent and two or three Port Authorities Representatives. (4) Pilot/Mooring Master boards in position 5° t3'∙00S 11 °36'∙00E. NOTE: N'Kossa crude oil and liquefied gas terminals are operated by Elf Congo, Pointe Noire. YOMBO OIL TERMINAL (FPSO) Pilots and Terminal DESCRIPTION: The Yombo Oil Terminal consists of the FPSO Conkouati (D5SI) (4"27'-45S 1 t °06'∙32E), Production Platform Yombo A (4°28'∙85S 11 °05'∙62E), and Production Platform Yombo B (4°28'.28811 °05'∙45E). CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RTFrequency (kHz): 2182 Telephone: +33(0)1 53576296 (VSAT) +33(0)1 53576297 (VSAn Fax: +33(0)1 53576296 (VSAT) E-mail: cooffsis@cg.perenco.com Operators Telephone: +242942470 +242941268 +242 6645807 +33(0)1 53576331 (VSAT) Fax: +242 941376 +242 6699919 +33(0) 1 53576332 (VSAT) E-mail: ebilongo@cg.perenco.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for lifting vessels. Mooring is available HJ, un mooring H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA message 72h, 48h and 24h in advance and give notice of any change of ETA when a change of more than 2h occurs. The 72h message should be sent by fax or e-mail to the Operators, stating the information required in the Terminal Regulations handbook. (3) Initial radio communication between vessels and the Operators should be via Pointe Noire CRS (see ALRS Voll (1)). (4) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on 2182 kHz RT and VHF Ch 12 when not fess than 12h from the terminal. Watch should be maintained whilst the vessel is at the anchorage awaiting berthing. (5) A restricted area exists where vessels are prohibited from navigating unless the Mooring Master is on board. The area is bounded by the following positions: (a) 4°25'∙00S 11 °03"00E (b) 4°25'∙00S W09'∙00E (c) 4°31'∙00S 11 °09'∙00E (d) 4°31'∙00S 11 °03'∙00E (6) Mooring Master boards (weather permitting) 4 n miles N of the FPSO, in position 4°24'∙00S 11 °OT∙OOE. NOTE: The terminal is operated by CMS Nomeco Congo, Inc., Pointe Noire. 34 35 CONGO (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC) , GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministere des Transports and Communication Direction de la Marine Marchande. Telephone: +2439927710 E-mail: dlotanga@yahoo.frordmvnrdc@yahoo.fr BANANA UNCTAD LOCODE: CD BNW Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 81608167825712392 Telephone: +24381 9010409 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 6 to 2 days in advance, confirming 24h in advance through agents. (
3) Pilot boards between Stella No 2 Lt buoy and Pointe Bulabemba, or at Lt buoy No 16. NOTE: Provides pilotage for Banana anchorage and dock, BOMA, Ango-Ango and MATADI. BOMA, Congo River UNCTAD LOCODE: CD BOA Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by BANANA. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14207374 HOURS: 0300-21 00 MATADI, Congo River UNCTAD LOCODE: CD MAT Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by BANANA. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 20 73 74 Port Director Telephone: +243999905669 HOURS: H24 MUANDA OIL TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: CD MNB Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FSO Kalamu moored to SPM. CONGO (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC) CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16 E-mail: zmoore@cd.perenco.com zfso@cd.perenco.com Muanda Office E-mail: arichard@cd.perenco.com jfunda@cd.perenco.com bbukedi@cd.perenco.com jmolisho@cd.perenco.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Mooring operations are undertaken HJ, unmooring H24. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA preferably via e-mail to the terminal, Muanda Office and via vessel's agent in Kinshasa 72h, 48h and 24h in advance, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA in GMT (c) Master's name (d) Estimated arrival draught (fore and aft) and displacement (e) If vessel proceeding to any port(s) prior to Muanda, and if so, any delays anticipated m Cargo requirements (g) Agent's name (4) Vessels should contact the terminal on VHF Ch 16 when within range to ascertain berthing instructions. (5) When at anchorage, communication between the export tanker and the terminal shall take place on VHF Ch 16 or a mutually agreed working channel. Should the VHF equipment not be compatible, suitable equipment will be made available by the Mooring Master. (6) Mooring Master boards in the following positions: (a) 2∙5 n miles NW of FSO Kalamu (b) At the anchorage, a circle of radius 0∙5 n miles centred on position 5°56'∙60S t2°07'∙00E NOTE: Terminal is operated by Muanda International Oil Company (MIOC), Kinshasa. CROATIA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Development. Telephone: +385(0)16169250 Fax: +385(0)1 6169069 Mobile: +385(0)989 835032 E-mail: tomislav.miletic@pomorstvo.hr REGULATIONS: (1) Resolution regarding regulations in harbours: see Narodne Novine, No 108, 22 December 1996. (2) Regulations regarding the handling of dangerous cargo, loading and unloading of dangerous cargo and prevention of spreading oil spillages in harbours: see Narodne Novine, No 108, 28 December 1996. PILOTAGE: (1) All vessels calling at Croatian harbours should give 24h notice of ETA through agent or any Croatian CRS. (2) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT and for all vessels carrying dangerous chemical or combustible substances whilst proceeding between Croatian ports and whilst within Croatian coastal waters exept for Croatian naval vessels, Croatian sailing vessels and dredgers, Croatian passenger vessels and ferries (certain vessels under 500 GT may be subject to pilotage should the Hr Mr's Office consider this necessary). (3) Pilotage procedures are co-ordinated by the harbour authorities, maritime agency and Trade Association. The harbour authorities are available H24 on VHF Ch 09 and the Pilotage Associations on VHF Ch t 2. (4) Coastal Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels canrying dangerous liquid chemicals or bulk flammable liquid gas. Vessels bound for ports open to international traffic should use the services of Coastal Pilots. (5) Coastal Pilotage should be requested 6h in advance. 36 37 CROATIA ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP): For details 01 the ADRIATIC TRAFFIC Mandatory Reporting System under SOlAS Regulation V/11, see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS. TUG SERVICE (BRODOSPAS): Tug Service (BRODOSPAS) is available at the ports 01 RIJEKA, SIBENIK, SPLIT, PLOCE and DUBROVNIK and is available 0700-2100 IT (H24 when necessary). CONTACT DETAilS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +385(0)21 342088 Fax: +385(0)21 591301 Telex: +599 26118 BRSPAS RH HOURS: H24 DUBROVNIK UNCTAD lOCODE: HR DBV Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)20 419307 Fax: +385(0)20 419307 E-mail: dubrovacki-peljar@du.t-com.hr HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 04 07 10 Telephone: +385(0)20418988 Fax: +385(0)20 418989 Port Authority Telephone: +385(0)20418511 Fax: +385(0)20418551 Website: www.portauthority.hr/dubrovn2.html HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. 42°40'N 18°05'E (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request lor pilots 24h and 2h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in the lollowing positions: (a) 0∙7 n miles N 01 Hridi Grebeni Lt (42°39'∙08N 18°03'∙16E) (b) 42°37'∙20N 18°08'-40E lor passenger vessels intending to anchor in Lokrumski NOTE: Provides pilotage for KORCULA and Gruz. HVAR, Otok Hvar UNCTAD lOCODE: HR HVA Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by SPLIT. Port CONTACT DETAilS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)21741007 Fax: +385(0)21 742099 HOURS: HX KORCULA, Otok Korcula UNCTAD lOCODE: HR KOR Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by DUBROVNIK. 43°10'N 16°27'E 42°58'N 17°08'E CROATIA PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilotage should be requested 2h in advance on VHF Ch 12. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 42°58'∙10N 17"12'∙80E (b) 42°58'∙40N 17°06'∙00E Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)20711178 HOURS: HX OMISALJ, Otok Krk UNCTAD LOCODE: HR OMI Pilots, Port and Terminal NOTE: Pilotage is provided by RIJEKA. CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +385(0)51 842053 +385(0)51 842219 Fax: +385(0)51 842219 E-mail: Ii-omisalj@pomorstvo.hr HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Request for pilots should be sent via agents together with ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Tanker Anchorage (45° 15'-OON 14°27'∙00E) (b) Tankers over 200 000 DWT: on request, in the N Kvarney Bay, in position 45°02'∙00N W14'-OOE (c) Omisalj Terminal: 45°12'AON 14°31'∙60E PLOCE UNCTAD LOCODE: HR PLE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)98 427073 Fax: +385(0)20670706 E-mail: ploce.pilot.doo@du.t-com.hr Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16 70; 09 Telephone: +385(0)20603436 +385(0)20603184 Fax: +385(0)20603400 +385(0)20 603184 E-mail: Ikc@port-authority-ploce.hr MMSI: 002383510 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 1670; 10 Telephone: +385(0)20679008 +385(0)20 678621 Fax: +385(0)20679008 MMSI: 002383350 Oil Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 38 39 Port Authority Telephone: +385(0)20603280 +385(0)20 603281 Fax: +385(0)20 670271 E-mail: lucka-upravaploce@du.htnet.hr Website: www.port-authority-ploce.hr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: CROATIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over and is available H24. (2) Vessels should advise ETA directly or via agent 48h prior to arrival or as soon as possible after departure from the previous port. (3) Any changes to ETA must be advised as soon as possible but not less than 24h before arrival. (4) Pilot ordering: (a) Vessels carrying dangerous cargoes should send request for pilotage on VHF Chs 09 or 16 at least 6h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position (b) Other vessels should send request for pilotage on VHF Chs 09 or 16 at least 1 h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position (5) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 43°01'∙80N lr22'∙20E (b) 43°05'∙00N 1 rOO'∙OOE (for vessels carrying dangerous cargoes) PlOMIN UNCTAD LOCODE: HR PLM Pilots and Port NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PULA. CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)98254355 Pori VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. PULA UNCTAD LOCODE: HR PUY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 12 Telephone: +385(0)52 216389 Fax: +385(0)52506281 E-mail: istra-pilot@pu.t-com.hr Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)52222037 +385(0)52 222867 Fax: +385(0)52 222037 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. 45°08'N 14°11'E 44°52'N 13°50'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h and 24h in advance through the agent. (3) Pilot ordering: Pilots should be requested 24h in advance. (4) Pilot boards in position 44°52'∙30N 13°46'∙90E. RASA, including Trget UNCTAD LOCODE: HR RAS Pilots and Port NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PULA. 44°59'N 14°05'E CROATlA CONTACT DETAilS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)52875127 Fax: +385(0)52875127 Hr Mr Telephone: +385(0)52 222867 Fax: +385(0)52 222867 Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 12 HOURS: Hr Office: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilotage should be requested 24h in advance. (3) Vessels sheltering from bad weather should maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 09 or 12. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) SV Mikula stone quarry: 44°58'∙80N 14°05'∙00E (b) Brsica timber and cattle terminal: 45°01'∙00N 14°03'∙20E (c) Koromacno cement factory: 44°56'∙00N 14°06'∙50E (d) On request, pilot can also board at the entrance to Zaljev Rasa for harbours SV Mikula and Brsica RIJEKA UNCTAD lOCODE: HR RJK Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)51 337914 Fax: +385(0)51 337914 E-mail: croatia-pilot@ri.t-com.hr Website: www.cropilot.hr Port Control Call: Rijeka Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +385(0)51 333600 Fax: +385(0)51 332195 E-mail: controlcentre.ri@portauthority.hr MMSI: 002383500 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 10 E-mail: portcaptain-ri@portauthority.hr Website: www.portauthority.hr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot orderi ng: Pilotage should be requested 24h in advance via agent and 2h in advance directly to pilots on VHF Ch 12. (3) Pilot boarding: For vessels carrying safe cargo, pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port of Opatija: 45°20'∙00N W20'∙OOE (b) Ports of 3 Maj Shipyard, Mlaka and Rijeka (Rijeka and Susak pool): 45° 17'∙SON W23'-40E (c) Ports of JANAF, Viktor Lenac Shipyard, Urinj, Bakar, Kraljevica, Omisalj and Peskera: 45° 15'∙00N W27'∙00E (d) Ports of Srscica and Sapan: 45°11'∙80N 14'29'-40E (e) Port of Cres: 44°57'∙50N 14°22'∙50E (f) Port of Rab: 44°44'∙50N W44'∙60E (g) Port of Mali Losinj: 44°33'∙40N 14°25'∙00E (h) Tankers and vessels transporting dangerous goods: 45°15'∙20N 14°28'∙90E (i) Vessels transporting liquid gases: 45° 11'∙80N 14°29'-40E NOTES: (1) Pilotage is available on request from Rijeka for all Croatian harbours in Rijecki Zaljev and Bakarski Zaljev. (2) For Senj, Krk, Novalja, Karlobag and other ports in the Rijeka Port Authority and Senj Port Authority areas, location and time of pilot pick up/drop off is negotiable. 40 41 SENJ UNCTAD LOCODE: HR SEN Pilots and Port NOTE: Pilotage is provided by RIJEKA. CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)53881301 Fax: +385(0)53 884128 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: CROATlA Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles WNW of harbour entrance. Boarding position is negotiable. SIBENIK UNCTAD LOCODE: HR SIB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 12 Telephone: +385(0)22354277 Fax: +385(0)22354277 E-mail: info@branko-pilot.hr Website: www.branko-pilot.hr Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)22217216 +385(0)22 217217 +385(0)99 473066 (Mobile) +385(0)99473112 (Mobile) Fax: +385(0)22 212626 Port Authority Telephone: +385(0)22213033 Fax: +385(0)22 212245 E-mail: luka@lukasibenik.hr Website: www.lukasibenik.hr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilot should be requested 24h in advance via agent and confirm ETA directly to pilots 2h in advance on VHF Ch 12. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 43°41'∙50N 15°52'∙50E (b) 43°38'∙70N 15°52"30E for vessels carrying dangerous cargoes SPLIT UNCTAD LOCODE: HR SPU Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)21 338320 Fax: +385(0)21 338320 E-mail: split.pilot.d.o.o@st.t-com.hr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Vessels should confirm ETA at the pilot boarding position at least 1 h before arrival. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 43°29'∙60N 16°26'∙20E (approximately 0∙5 n miles S of the breakwater) (b) Chemical Tankers and LPG carriers: Off Murvica Lt (43°28'∙00N 16°03'AOE) (c) On request: SW of Razanj Lt (43°19'∙00N 16°25'∙00E) NOTE: Provides pilotage for TROGIR. "CROATIA Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +385(0)21 338262 Fax: +385(0)338262 E-mail: operativa@portsplil.com Port Authority Telephone: +385(0)21 362501 Fax: +385(0)21 362586 Website: www.portsplil.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels should advise ETA to Port Control on VHF Ch 09 at least 2h prior to arrival to obtain berthing and anchoring instructions. TROGIR UNCTAD LOCODE: HR TRO Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by SPLIT. PROCEDURE: Pilot boards S of Hrid Galera Lt (43°28'∙30N 16°11 'AOE) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)21881508 Fax: +385(0)21 881508 HOURS: HX UMAG UNCTAD LOCODE: HR UMG Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PULA. PROCEDURE: 43°31'N 16°15'E 45°26'N 13°31'E (1) Pilot ordering: Pilots should be requested 24h in advance. (2) Pilot boards in position 45°26'∙00N 13°30'∙50E. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Office VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +385(0)52741662 Fax: +385(0)52741662 HOURS: Hr Office: HX ZADAR UNCTAD LOCODE: HR ZAD Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +385(0)23333866 Fax: +385(0)23 333866 E-mail: krijal@zd.t-com.hr 44°0TN 15°13'E 42 43 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +385(0)23254880 +385(0)23 254888 Fax: +385(0)23 250235 +385(0)23 254876 E-mail: kapetanija.zadar@pomorstvo.hr Port Authority Telephone: +385(0)23314520 +385(0)23 313949 Fax: +385(0)23313656 Website: www.portauthority.hr/zadar2.html HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. CROATIA (2) Vessels should send request for pilotage 2h in advance on VHF Ch 12. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Zadar: 44'07'∙20N 15'12'∙50E (b) GaZenica: 44'05'∙20N 15'14'-60E (c) Vessels carrying dangerous cargoes: 44'23'∙30N 14'34'∙60E (d) Maslenica: 44'15'∙50N 15'31'∙20E (e) Uvala Lamjana: 44'OO'∙80N 15'13'∙60E NOTE: Provides pilotage for GAZENICA. CYPRUS GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Department of Merchant Shipping, Ministry of Communications and Public Works. Telephone: +35725848100 Fax: +35725848200 Mobile: +35799377988 Telex: +605 2004 MERSHIPCY E-mail: maritime.security@dms.mcw.gov.cy Website: www.shipping.gov.cy EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels∙ are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. CYPRUS (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table' PARTICIPATtNG EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int DHEKELlA UNCTAD LOCODE: CY DHK Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Telephone: +35724208000 +357 24 208045 Fax: +357 24 208009 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is computsory, and is provided by LARNACA. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h and 24h prior to arrival. NOTE: Terminal is operated by the Electricity Authority of Cyprus (EAC). FAMAGUSTA UNCTAD LOCODE: CY FMG Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 300 GT. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilots 24h in advance through the agent. (3) Pilot boards at turning-buoy or anchorage. In bad weather the pilot will advise Master to proceed to entrance of Outer Harbour for boarding purposes. NOTE: Provides pilotage, if required, for Gastria Bay (35°19'∙00N 33°59'∙40E). Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +90(0)3923654388 +90(0)392 3650466 Fax: +90(0)392 3650466 HOURS: Berthing: 0600-sunset LT Unberthing: 0600-2400 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance to the agent to arrange pilot and berthing facilities. (2) ETA to Hr Mr is only necessary at times of congestion as advised by agent. 44 45 KYRENIA UNCTAD LOCODE: CY KYR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Telephone: +90(0)3928154988 HOURS: Office hours PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 300 GT. (2) Pilotage is available upon request to the Hr Mr. LARNACA UNCTAD LOCODE: CY LCA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +35724815225 Fax: +357 24 635630 E-mail: laport@cpa.gov.cy Port Authority Telephone: +357 22 817200 Fax: +357 22 765420 E-mail: cpa@cpa.gov.cy HOURS: 0730-1430 PROCEDURE: CYPRUS (1) Pilotage is not compulsory. However, permission is required for not using a pilot. (2) The pilotage service operates between 0600h and 2400h. (3) Cargo vessels may berth and unberth H24 provided berth space is available. (4) Tankers, gas carriers and vessels carrying dangerous cargo are not permitted to enter port without special permission from the Port Manager. Berthing at mooring buoys takes place only in daylight. Berthing is carried out from 0600h. (5) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance through the agent to the Port Manager. (6) Pilot boards in position 34°55'∙70N 33°40'∙00E. NOTES: (1) Provides pilotage for the following: (a) Dhekelia Power Station (b) Vasilikos Power Station (c) Larnaca Oil Terminals (2) Tankers may berth HJ only but may unberth H24. LlMASSOL UNCTAD LOCODE: CY LMS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Manager VHF Frequency: Ch t 6; 10 Telephone: +35725819200 Fax: +35725566374 E-mail: limassol.port@cpa.gov.cy Port Authority Fax: +357 25 575597 Website: www.cpa.gov.cy CYPRUS HOURS: 0600-1400 LT (then duty pilot on portable VHF) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agent 24h in advance stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Nationality (c) Length, draught, GT and NRT (3) Vessels should contact pilots on VHF Ch 10 when 6 n miles from the port entrance. (4) Pilot boards in position 34°39'∙20N 33°03'∙17E (1 n mile E of the new outer breakwater) . NOTE: Provides pilotage HJ for Moni (34 ° 42' ∙OON 33 ° 12' 'OOE) and Akrotiri. Vessel Traffic Service CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 Telephone: +35725819200 ext 182 Fax: +35725561914 E-mail: vts@cpa.gov.cy HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels should contact Limassol VTS when 12 n miles from the Port on VHF Ch 09, advising the following: (1) Vessel's name, call sign or IMO number (2) Time and position (3) Course and speed (4) Draught -
additional information if appropriate (5) Cargo (vessels carrying petroleum products, dangerous or polluting substances) (6) Defects or damage in accordance with provisions of the SOLAS and MARPOL Conventions (7) Any defects, damage, deficiency or limitations OTHER PORT IN THE AREA: Akrotiri UNCTAD LOCODE: CY AKT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Akrotiri Ops VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Telephone: +35725276960 Fax: +35725 278509 HOURS: Mon: 0645-1630 LT Tue-Fri: 0645-1330 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels proceeding to the offshore tanker berth and Ro-Ro facilities. (2) Pilotage is not compulsory for Akrotiri Mole. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (4) Vessels should make contact 2h in advance on VHF Ch 16. NOTE: Pilotage is provided by LlMASSOL. VASILlKOS UNCTAD LOCODE: CY VAS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 Telephone: +35724817100 Fax: +357 24 332651 Cement Terminal Telephone: +35722 760005-10 E-mail: vascem@spidernet.com.cy 34°43'N 33°19'E 46 47 Power Station Telephone: +35724207045 Fax: +35724207009 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: CYPRUS (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels, and is available from LARNACA. (2) Vessels are berthed HJ only but may unberth H24. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance to the Port Authority stating: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Nationality (c) Length, draught, GT, NRT (4) Tugs are available from LARNACA, 12h advance notice if required. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Port Autonome International Djibouti (PAID). Telephone: +253 354601 Fax: +253 357078 Mobile: +253 810874 E-mail: mohamed.abar@port.dj DJIBOUTI UNCTAD LOCODE: DJ JIB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Comport Djibouti VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +253354001 Fax: +253357078 Telex: +9795836 PORTAUTO DJ E-mail: port@intnet.dj HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: DJIBOUTI (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 300 tons and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agent 48h in advance, stating the following: (a) Vessel's name (b) IMO No (c) LOA (d) Beam (e) Voyage No (f) Flag (g) Vessel type (h) GT/NRT (i) Draught on arrival (fore/aft) U) Port of sailing and port of destination (k) ETA (I) Cargo type/tonnage/number and status of containers (m) Discharging/loading list (n) Special container list (0) Other information (3) Vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 12 when in port. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Djibouti Port: In vicinity of Lt buoy No 2 (11 '37'∙60N 43'07'∙90E) (b) Doraleh Oil Terminal: 11 '40'∙20N 43'05'∙20E Container Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +253353266 DJIBOUTI OTHER PORT IN THE AREA: Doraleh Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Djibouti Port Control and Hr Mr Call: Djibouti Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +253354001 +253351284 Fax: +253 357078 E-mail: port@intnet.dj Horizon Djibouti Terminal Call: Horizon Djibouti Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +253879644 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: +253365000 +253315030 (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send initial ETA to Djibouti Port Control/Hr Mr at least 48h prior to arrival, or immediately on leaving the last port, whichever is the later, and confirmed 24h prior to arrival at Doraleh Port pilot station. The initial ETA report should include the following: (a) ETA, arrival draught, LOA, GT, displacement, number of crew, port of registry, last port, next port and health information (b) Stowage plan for all cargo to be discharged and preferred order of discharge (c) Maximum freeboard measured from manifold to water surface during discharge (d) Confirm maximum draught alongside will not exceed 20m for berth 1 and 18∙5m for berth 2 (e) Best estimate of discharge time and discharge rate (f) Manifolds numbered from forward to be used for discharge (g) Confirm correct size presentation flanges will be fitted to discharge manifolds (h) Confirm vessel oil tight and scuppers sealed on arrival (i) Quantity, origin and stowage of slops U) Free water in slops and cargo (k) Bunker requirements (I) Bills of lading in Metric Tonnes, vessels loaded Metric Tonnes and densities (m) Confirm a positive initial metracentric height of not less than 0∙15m (corrected for free surface) will be maintained throughout all cargo and ballast operations (2) Vessels proceeding to Djibouti Doraleh Port Oil Jetty to discharge cargoes should forward their contact details via the agent to Horizon Djibouti Terminal at least 48h before ETA at the berth. (3) Vessels should establish contact with Djibouti Port Control on VHF Ch 12 at least 2h before arrival at the pilot boarding area. (4) Pilots are available H24. (5) Outward-bound vessels should advise the Pilot Station via Port Control at least 1 h prior to departure. (6) Pilot Boards in position 11 °40'∙20N 43°05'∙20E. EGYPT GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Maritime Transport Sector. Telephone: +20(0)3 4842119 Fax: +20(0)3 4842096 Mobile: +20(0)12 2288070 E-mail: mmt@idcs.net.eg Website: www.mts.gov.eg REGULATIONS: (t) Vessels bound for Egyptian ports, should request permission to enter Egyptian waters, from the Port Authorities as follows: (a) Red Sea approach: 48h prior to crossing parallel of 23°N (b) Mediterranean approach: 48h in advance of arrival at Egyptian waters 48 49 EGYPT (2) Vessels should send ETA at least 24h in advance quoting last port of call, position, course and speed. (3) Vessels should contact the Port Authorities when within 24 n miles of the Egyptian coast for entry instructions. (4) Vessels in the Gulf of Suez should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. ABO aiR UNCTAD LOCODE: EG AKI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: AbO air Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 06 16 Port Control Call: AbO air Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 06 16 Port Authority Telephone: +20(0)3 4934321 Ammonia Berth Operators VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +20(0)35603047 Fax: +20(0)3 5603053 PROCEDURE: 31 °19'N 30
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04'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only (0800-1800 LT). (2) Notice of ETA: The initial ETA should be sent to the agent 7 days prior to arrival. (3) Arrival confirmation should be sent to the agent 72h and 24h prior to arrival. (4) Vessels should call AbO air Pilots or AbO air Port Control 2h before arrival at the pilot boarding position. (5) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) AbO air: in the waiting area centred on position 31 °22'∙50N 30
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13'∙55E. NOTE: Port is operated by The Egyptian Operating Company for Natural Gas Liquefaction Projects S.A.E., Cairo. NUWEIBA (NUWAIBA) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG NUW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +20(0)69520364 Fax: +20(0)69520368 E-mail: redseaut@idscl.gov.eg HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) VHF and radar-controlled pilotage is provided by the port. RAS BUDRAN OIL TERMINAL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 1216 74 RT Frequency (kHz): 2638 Operators (Cairo) Telephone: +20(0)223466377 +20(0)223465909 Fax: +20(0)2 23035434 +20(0)2 23462571 E-mail: suco@suco-eg.com Website: www.suco-eg.com HOURS: 2638 kHz: Office hours Ch 12 16: H24 Ch 74: 0700-1800 LT PROCEDURE: 28 ° 58'N 34 ° 40'E 28 ° 56'N 33 ° 08'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to SUCO. (2) Vessels should contact the terminal 12h and 6h before arrival. (3) Pilot boards 2∙5 n miles SSW of SBM Lt buoy. NOTE: Terminal Operators are the Suez Oil Company (SUCO), AI Qflhirah (Cairo). RAS GHARIB TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: EG RAG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 02 04 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 28°21'N 33°07'E (2) Pilot boards in the waiting area (28° 19'∙90N 33°08'∙00E). Pilotage is normally undertaken by the Hr Mr. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Egyptian General Petroleum Corp., AI aahirah (Cairo). EGYPT RAS SHUKHEIR TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: EG RSH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 02 04 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 2638 Operators (Cairo) Telephone: +20(0)223522846 +20(0)2 23521365 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: (a) Vessels should send ETA through El Iskandariya (Alexandria) CRS or Bur Said (Port Said) CRS 72h in advance and maintain contact until arrival at the terminal (b) Vessels should also send ETA 72h, 24h and 12h in advance to PANINTOIL, Cairo, repeated to GUPCO Cairo (3) Vessels should contact the terminal 6h in advance on VHF Ch 16. (4) Tankers leaving the terminal and intending to use the northbound traffic lane should only do so when no through southbound traffic is in the vicinity and should inform other vessels, on VHF, of their intended movements. (5) Pilot boards in position 28°09'∙50N 33°20'-40E. NOTE: Station is operated by Gulf of Suez Petroleum Co. SAFAJA (SAFAGA) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG SGA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Safaja VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +20(0)653256018 Fax: +20(0)653253976 E-mail: redseaut@idscl.gov.eg HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must inform the Port Authority of ETA 7 days in advance and confirm 24h in advance. (3) After arrival in the Waiting Area, vessels must call the Pilot Station on VHF Ch 16 to provide time of arrival and any other details (draught, length, cargo etc.). (4) Vessels are not allowed to approach inside the port without a pilot on board. (5) Pilot boards abeam El Morewood Bn when the vessel is on the 310° transit. Vessel Traffic Information Management System AREA: The VTIMS area boundaries extend from the port entrance between El Morewood Bn (26°41'∙98N 33°59'∙81 E) and a point N of Spit Reef. DESCRIPTION: The VTIMS provides the following navigation assistance services to vessels in the port area: (1) Automatic surveillance and tracking of vessels arriving at the port approaches. (2) Automatic determination of arrival times at the port. (3) Automatic continuous tracking and monitoring of position and speed for all vessels using the port. (4) Instantaneous information concerning vessels using the port. (5) Compilation of a database for vessel information, navigation rules, traffic flow and navigation reports. (6) An efficient means of communication with vessels arriving at the port approaches and vessels entering the port. (7) Safety of vessel movements and cargo using the port. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Safaja VTC VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telex: +581 462299914 SFAG X (Inmarsat C) 54 55 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTIMS is mandatory for all vessels over 300 tons. EGYPT (2) Vessels should send the following information via agent to Port Safaja VTC 48h prior to arrival: (a) Vessel's name and nationality, including any previous names (b) DWT, draught and beam (c) Whether vessel intends to enter the port or anchor outside the port. In the latter case, duration of stay should be advised. (d) Any dangerous cargo on board, if so state quantity and class according to IMO regulations. (3) Vessels should report to Port Safaja VTC at least 24h prior to arrival. The report should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Nationality (c) Type of vessel (d) Draught (e) GT (f) DWT (4) Vessels should contact the VTC on VHF Ch 16, 2h prior to arrival, stating the following information: (a) Position (latitude and longitude) (b) GT and DWT (c) Draught (d) Loaded or not (e) Type of cargo (f) Any defects affecting safety of navigation (g) If entering the port of Safaja for the first time: (i) Date of build (ii) Call sign or IMO number (iii) LOA (iv) Beam (v) Type of engine (5) Vessels approaching the port should contact the VTC on VHF Ch 16 to receive instructions. The VTC will instruct the vessel to maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 11. (6) Vessels entering the port should check in with the port on VHF Ch 16 or the port calling channel, and check out with the VTC. On departure, vessels should check out with the port and check in with the VTC. (7) Vessels leaving the VTIMS area should check out with the VTC. (8) In an emergency, vessels should contact the VTC on VHF Ch 16 or the current working channel. SHARM ASH SHAYKH (SHARM EL SHEIKH) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG SSH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 8207 Telephone: +20(0)69 3660209 Fax: +20(0)69 3660557 E-mail: redseaut@idscl.gov.eg PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compUlsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 27°50'∙00N 34°17'-40E. SIOI KERIR OIL TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: EG SKT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 03 78 79 RT Frequency (kHz): 21824142∙5 Telephone: +20(0)35864138 +20(0)3 5864139 +20(0)3 5877818 Fax: +20(0)3 5866713 +20(0)3 5878397 +20(0)3 5871295 +20(0)35871297 Telex: +91 54033 SUM EO UN +91 54108 SUM EO UN 27°51'N 34°17'E 31 °07'N 29°37'E EGYPT HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. Pilots prefer to board by helicopter HJ only, but will board from a pilot vessel H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance (with amendments 01 more than 6h) through Allskandariyah (Alexandria) CRS by telex for the attention of SUMEO Operations, Alexandria. The initial message should include the lollowing inlormation: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Summer OWT (c) Summer draught (d) Cargo requirements (e) Loading rate (f) Last port of call (3) Vessels should contact the terminal 6h before arrival on VHF Chs 78 or 03 if available or on VHF Ch 16. (4) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 78 during loading operations. (5) Pilot boards 2 n miles N of SBM No 1. SOKHNA PORT (NORTH AIN SUKHNA PORT) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG AIS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sokhna Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 General Manager Telephone: +20(0)623710094 Port Operations Manager Telephone: +20(0)623710074 Port Authority Telephone: +20(0)623710071 Fax: +20(0)623710070 E-mail: inlo@spdc.com infosokhna@dpworld.com Website: www.dpworld.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels entering, leaving, or navigating within the pilot zones of the port, except the following: (a) Warships belonging to the Egyptian Government (b) Government owned vessels registered in Egypt and which are not designated for commercial use (c) Vessels less than 50m LOA (d) Yachts and pleasure craft (e) Vessels operated by port management (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival, and confirm ETA at pilot station directly. (3) Pilot boards in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy (29°38'∙90N 32°24'∙65E). SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS) Pilots SHORE STATIONS: For contacts and frequencies of Shore Stations see Ismailia, Bur Said (Port Said) and Bur as Suways (Port Suez). CONTACT DETAILS: Suez Canal Authority Telephone: +20(0)64910000 Fax: +20(0)64 914784 +20(0)64914785 Telex: +91 63238 SUCAN UN +91 63543 SUCAN UN Telegraph: SUCANAL ISMAILlA EGYPT 56 57 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: EGYPT (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels entering, leaving, moving, shilling berth or manoeuvring in canal waters or Bur Sa7d (Port Said) and Bur as Suways (Port Suez) harbours. (2) Entering from Mediterranean: Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) VLCCs, fourth generation container vessels, third generation container vessels, LASH vessels over 35,000 Suez Canal Gross Tonnage (SCGT), LPG & LNG (Loaded or Non Gas Free (NGF)) and vessels with a draught of over 12∙8m (42 feet) in North Anchorage Area (Zone One) (31°28'∙00N 32°19'∙00E) or vessels between 11∙9m (39 feet) and 12∙8m (42 feet) draught in North Anchorage Area (Zone Two) (31°24'∙00N 32°18'∙00E) (b) Other vessels: near Fairway Lt buoy (31°21 '∙30N 32°20'∙70E) (3) Entering from Red Sea: Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) VLCCs, large bulk carriers, fourth generation container vessels, third generation container vessels, LASH vessels over 35,000 SCGT, LPG & LNG (Loaded or Non Gas Free (NGF)) and vessels with a draught of over 11∙6m (38 feet): in Anchorage Area S of Conry Rock (b) Other vessels (draught of 11∙6m or less): in Waiting Area (29°50'∙00N 32°34'∙00E) N of Conry Rock (4) Pilot exchange takes place at Ismailia (30
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35'∙00N 32°17'∙00E) Vessel Traffic Management System SHORE STATIONS: For contacts and frequencies of Shore Stations see Ismailia, Bur Sa7d (Port Said) and Bur as Suways (Port Suez). CONTACT DETAILS: Suez Canal Authority Telephone: +20(0)64910000 Fax: +20(0)64 914784 +20(0)64 914785 Telex: +91 63238 SUCAN UN +91 63543 SUCAN UN Telegraph: SUCANAL ISMAILlA EGYPT HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels intending to pass through the Suez Canal on a certain day can obtain priority to join a convoy if the transit is arranged 4 days in advance or as soon as possible if coming from a nearer port, by telex to SUCANAL +91 63543 or +91 63238. The following information is required: (a) Type of vessel, nationality and name (b) Draught on day of transit (c) SCGT and DWT (2) Notice of cancellation or alteration of a booked passage should be given 24h in advance of the arranged day of transit. (3) Vessels should send the following details at least 48h and 24h in advance to Suez Canal Authority, Ismailia, (SUQ) directly or through their agents: (a) Type of vessel, nationality and name (with former name, if any) (b) SCGT, DWT, draught and beam (c) Whether vessel intends to transit canal or stop in the harbours, including the duration of stay in harbour, if appropriate (d) ETA Port Said (southbound) or Suez (northbound) (e) Quantity and IMO class of any dangerous cargo (4) Vessels should report to the appropriate harbour office on VHF (or Ismailia (SUQ) if VHF communication not possible), as follows to obtain instructions: (a) Entering from Mediterranean: 15 n miles before arrival at Suez Canal (Port Said by-pass) Fairway Lt buoy (31°21'∙30N 32°20'∙70E) on VHF Ch 16 to Port Said harbour office (b) Entering from Red Sea: 5 n miles before arrival at Separation Zone Lt buoy No 1 (29°39'∙50N 32°32'∙50E) on VHF Ch 14 to Port of Suez harbour office. AI Qu~ayr CRS will instruct vessels to contact Harbour Authorities Suez with (a) to (i) as listed below: (5) Report should include: (a) Vessel's position (latitude and longitude) (b) Vessel's name (c) Call sign (d) Suez Canal identification Number (SCID) (e) SCGT and DWT (f) Draught (g) Whether vessel is loaded or in ballast (h) Nature of cargo (i) Any defects affecting the safety of navigation EGYPT (6) In addition, vessels transiting the Canal for the first time should state: (a) Date of building (b) Whether Suez Canal Tonnage Certificate is held and, if so, its date of issue (c) Call sign or SCID (d) LOA (e) Beam (f) Type of engines (g) In all cases, vessels should state if intending to transit the canal or just stop in the harbour (7) Vessels approaching the roads should report to the appropriate harbour office stating call sign. (8) Vessels intending to manoeuvre in the Canal or its approaches or intending to enter or leave the Port of Suez Anchorage, without a pilot on board, should first report to Ismailia (SUQ) to obtain permission. (9) Vessels should have their RT apparatus in good working order before entering the Canal. Vessels should be fitted with VHF with a working frequency range of the marine band (156 to 174 MHz) especially VHF Channels 06 08 091011121314151671 73 and 74. Vessels not fitted with VHF will be so equipped by Suez Canal Authority (SCA) for the transit. (10) If UHF or VHF is not operational, pilot on boarding will request contact be established with Ismailia (SUQ). Watch should then be maintained as requested by pilot and as follows: (a) First southbound convoy (radio watch NI): (i) from the time of first contact until passing km 6 (ii) from AI Firdan (km 64) to Ismailia (change of pilot) (iii) from Deversoir (km 97) until anchoring in Great Bitter Lake (iv) from time prescribed by pilot in Great Bitter Lake until passing AI Kibrit (kmI21) (b) Second southbound convoy (radio watch N2): (i) from the time of first contact until passing km 6 (ii) from AI Kab (km 34) until the end of the tying up operation in AI Ballah (iii) 30 mins before the expected sailing time as shown in EI-Qan\ara and AI Balliih station boards until getting underway (iv) from AI Firdan (km 64) to Ismailia (change of pilots) (v) from Deversoir (km 97) (or from time prescribed by pilot) to AI Kibrit (km 121) (c) Northbound convoy: (i) from the time of first contact until passing the Canal Authority offices at Port Tewfik (BOr Taufiq) (ii) laden tankers, third generation containerships etc from 0800 LT, other vessels from 1100 LT (or, if sooner, from passing Geneffe) until passing the last vessel from north in AI Ballah loop (11) Vessels are also requested to continuously monitor Ismailia (Serapeum) CRS for Suez Gulf Traffic Information broadcasts. Canal Shipping Agencies Company NOTE: Company comprises Assuit Shipping Agency, Asswan Shipping Agency, EI-Menia Shipping Agency, Damanhour Shipping Agency and Cairo Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: Head Office (Port Said) Telephone: +20(0)66 227500 Fax: +20(0)66239896 E-mail: csagencies@dataxprs.com.eg Local Office (Suez) Telephone: +20(0)62330406 Fax: +20(0)62 330407 AGENCIES: Assuit Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Port Said Telephone: +20(0)66 222876 Fax: +20(0)351904 E-mail: asuit@bec.com.eg Suez Telephone: +20(0)62326551 Fax: +20(0)62330441 E-mail: stasuit@bec.com.eg 58 59 HOURS: H24 SERVICE: Provides berthing, unberthing, transit and pilotage information. Asswan Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Port Said Telephone: +20(0)66220795 Fax: +20(0)66 351905 E-mail: aswan@bec.com.eg Suez Telephone: +20(0)62326652 Fax: +20(0)62 330409 E-mail: staswan@bec.com.eg HOURS: H24 SERVICE: Provides berthing, unberthing, transit and pilotage information. Cairo Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Telephone: +20(0)23778310 Fax: +20(0)22575568 E-mail: csacairo@dataxprs.com.eg HOURS: H24 SERVICE: Provides berthing, unberthing, transit and pilotage information. Damanhour Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Port Said Telephone: +20(0)66 226806 Fax: +20(0)66351902 E-mail: damanhor@bec.com.eg Suez Telephone: +20(0)62 330417 Fax: +20(0)62 330419 E-mail: stdamanhor@bec.com.eg HOURS: H24 SERVICE: Provides berthing, unberthing, transit and pilotage information. El Menia Shipping Agency CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Port Said Telephone: +20(0)66329185 Fax: +20(0)66351903 E-mail: elmenia@bec.com.eg Suez Telephone: +20(0)62326654 Fax: +20(0)62 330414 E-mail: stelmenia@bec.com.eg HOURS: H24 SERVICE: Provides berthing, unberthing, transit and pilotage information. EGYPT EGYPT OTHER PORTS AND STATIONS IN THE AREA: Bur al Suways (Port Suez) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG suz Shore Station NOTE: For procedures see SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS). CONTACT DETAILS: PV & Radar Guidance: Outside harbour Call: Suez 11 VHF Frequency: Ch 11 PV & Radar Guidance: Inside harbour Call: Suez 14 VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port Management Call: Suez 16 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Measurement Office Call: Suez 74 (M) VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Canal Transit VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 10 68 INFORMATION BROADCASTS: 29°56'N 32°34'E The Shore Station Ismailia (SUO) broadcasts daily messages concerning weather conditions and navigational warnings (if any held) to vessels transiting the Canal or in the approaching waters. TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE: Maintained in the Canal and its approaches by: (1) Radar: covering an area up to 35 km offshore at Port Said and Port of Suez; and in Great Bitter Lake. (2) Loran-C: in the Canal (including Great Bitter Lake); equiprnent installed when Canal pilot boards. (When in operation). (3) Television covering the canal is controlled from Ismailia. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority Telephone: +20(0)62331123 +20(0)62603136 Fax: +20(0)62331117 Bur Sa'id (Port Said) UNCTAD LOCODE: EG PSD Shore Station NOTE: For procedures see SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS). CONTACT DETAILS: PV & Radar Guidance: Outside Harbour Call: Port Said 12 VHF Frequency: Ch 12 PV & Radar Guidance: Inside Harbour Call: Port Said 13 VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Port Management Call: Port Said 16 VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Measurement Office Call: Port Said 73 (M) VHF Frequency: Ch 73 Canal Transit VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 1068 31 °16'N 32°19'E 60 61 Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 15 Telephone: +20(0)663348270 Fax: +20(0)663348262 E-mail: info@psdports.org pspa@psdports.org Website: www.psdports.org East Port Said Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +20(0)663230822 +20(0)663230813 +20(0)663230821 Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) Telephone: +20(0)663254960 Fax: +20(0)663254970 E-mail: scct@scctportsaid.com Website: www.scctportsaid.com EI'Arish UNCTAD LOCODE: EG AAC Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS). PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +20(0)683320045 Fax: +20(0)683322431 Ismailia UNCTAD LOCODE: EG ISM Shore Station NOTE: For procedures see SUEZ CANAL (QANAT AS SUWAYS). CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ismailia Radio (SUO) VHF Frequency: Ch 68 Telephone: +20(0)643393118 +20(0)643393126 +20(0)64 3393128 Fax: +20(0)643393230 +20(0)643393517 Telex: +91 63238 SUCAN UN +91 63528 SUQSC UN +581 462299911 (Inmarsat C) E-
mail: ismradio@hotmail.com ismradio@mail.suezcanal.gov.eg MMSI: 006221120 HOURS: H24 SUEZ, GULF OF Pilots NOTE: No pilotage is required or provided in the Gulf of Suez. EGYPT EGYPT Vessel Traffic Information Management System AREA: (1) The VTIMS boundaries extend from a position approximately 5 n miles S of Ras el 'Adabiya (29°51'∙28N 32°29'∙05E) to a position E of Shaker I (27°2T∙20N 34°02'∙20E). (2) The VTIMS is divided into two sectors, each with it's own Vessel Traffic Centre (VTC). The N Sector ends at Delta 10 Platform (28°3T∙22N 33°06'∙68E) at Ras Sheratib, where the South Sector commences. (3) The North Sector Vessel Traffic Centre (VTC) is located at Ras el 'Adablya (29°51 '∙28N 32°29'∙05E). The South Sector VTC is located at False Ras Gharib (28°30'∙91N 32°5T∙66E). DESCRIPTION: The VTIMS provides the following navigational assistance services to vessels in the Gulf of Suez area: (1) Automatic surveillance and tracking of vessels arriving at the Gulf of Suez approaches. (2) Automatic determination of arrival times at ports. (3) Automatic continuous tracking and monitoring of position and speed for all vessels transiting the Gulf of Suez. (4) Instantaneous information concerning vessels transiting the Gulf of Suez. (5) Compilation of a database for vessel information, transit regulations, traffic flow and navigation reports. (6) An efficient means of communication with vessels arriving at and transiting the Gulf of Suez. (7) Safe transit through the Gulf of Suez for vessels and cargo. CONTACT DETAILS: False Ras Gharib VTC Call: False Ras Gharib VTC VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 61 Telephone: +20(0)653626835 +20(0)653626836 Fax: +20(0)653626670 Telex: +581 462299913 GHAR X (Inmarsat C) Ras el 'Adabiya VTC Call: Ras el Adabiya VTC VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 20 Telephone: +20(0)623316340 Fax: +20(0)623316341 +20(0)62 3316342 Telex: +581 462299912 ADBA X (Inmarsat C) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTIMS is mandatory for all vessels over 300 tons. (2) Vessels should send the following information via agent to the appropriate Vessel Traffic Centre (VTC) 48h prior to arrival: (a) Vessel's name and nationality, including any previous names (b) DWT, draught and beam (c) Whether vessel intends to transit the Gulf of Suez or berth/anchor in a port in the area. In the latter case, duration of stay should be advised (d) ETA (e) Any dangerous cargo onboard, if so state quantity and class according to IMO regulations (3) Vessels should request permission from the appropriate VTC to transit the Gulf of Suez not later than 24h prior to the transit date. The request should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Nationality (c) Type of vessel (d) Draught (e) GT (f) DWT (4) Vessels should contact the appropriate VTC on VHF Ch 16, 2h prior to arrival at the Gulf of Suez TSS, stating the following information: (a) Position (latitude and longitude) (b) GT and DWT (c) Draught (d) Loaded or not (e) Type of cargo (f) Any defects affecting safety of navigation 62 63 (g) If transiting the Gulf of Suez for the first time: (i) Date of build (ii) Call sign or IMO number (iii) LOA (iv) Beam (v) Type of engine EGYPT (5) On arrival at the area, vessels should call the appropriate VTC as follows: (a) South-bound vessels: All vessels departing the Suez Canal and approaching latitude 29°50'∙00N should contact Ras el 'Adablya VTC on VHF Ch 16 to receive instructions (b) North-bound vessels: All vessels departing the Red Sea and approaching latitude 27"20'∙00N should contact False Ras Gharlb VTC on VHF Ch 16 to receive instructions (6) Vessels changing sectors within the VTIMS area should check in and check out with the appropriate VTC. (7) Vessels entering ports within the VTIMS area should report directly to the port on VHF Ch 16 or the port calling channel, and check out with the appropriate VTC. (8) Vessels leaving the VTIMS area should check out with the appropriate VTC. (9) In an emergency, vessels should contact the appropriate VTC on VHF Ch 16 or current working channel. TIRAN, STRAIT OF Vessel Traffic Service DESCRIPTION: A VTS Station has been established to provide the following services: (1) Ensures safety of navigation within the TSS of the Gulf of Aqaba. (2) Monitors passing vessels outside the traffic lane 15 n miles north and south of the station. (3) Provides navigational assistance and advice to the passing vessels if required. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: VTS Gulf of Aqaba VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 09 10 HOURS: H24 Radar Station LOCATION: Nabq (28°04'∙20N 34°25'∙30E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sal am VHF Frequency: Ch 13 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 PROCEDURE: Vessels approaching the Strait of Tiran are invited to call the station when in position 27"56'∙50N 34°25'∙10E or 28°01'∙20N 34 °27'∙50E, and will be given local navigational information. WADI FEIRAN TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: EG WAF Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Abu Rudeis VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 08 Port Authority Telephone: +20(0)222621739 +20(0)222621740 Fax: +20(0)2 22609792 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory, berthing and unberthing is normally carried out HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agents 72h and 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should contact pilots on VHF when within range. (4) Pilot boards in the anchorage (about 1 n mile SW of No 1 berth). NOTE: Terminal Authority is the Belayim Petroleum Co., AI Qclhirah (Cairo). EGYPT ZAAFARANA TERMINAL 29°10'N 32°42'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production, Storage and Offloading tanker (FPSO) CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 08 16 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to the Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) supply sector and the terminal. (2) Pilot boards in the anchorage (28°59'∙00N 32°41'∙60E). ZEIT BAY TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: EG ZEI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Zeit Bay Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Operators (Cairo) Telephone: +20(0)2 23466377 +20(0)2 23465909 Fax: +20(0)2 23035434 +20(0)2 23462571 E-mail: suco@suco-eg.com Website: www.suco-eg.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 27°50'N 33°36'E (2) Notice of ETA: should send ETA 72h, 48h & 24h in advance to SUCO, Cairo. (3) Vessels should contact Zeit Bay Radio on VHF Chs 12 and 16, 12h and 6h prior to arrival. Berthing is HJ only, unberthing H24. (4) Berthing and unberthing are HJ only at the LPG berth. (5) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Crude oil tankers: in the waiting area within 0∙5 n miles of position 27"48'∙50N 33'37'∙00E (b) LPG tankers: at the anchorage within 0∙25 n miles of position 27°47'∙30N 33'37'∙60E NOTE: Terminal Operators are the Suez Oil Company (SUCO), AI Qiihirah (Cairo). EQUATORIAL GUINEA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITIES: (1) Marathon GE Production Ltd. Telephone: +17133281642 Fax:+17133281305 Mobile: +240 279801 E-mail: eqsecurity@marathonoil.com (2) Amerada Hess GE Production Ltd. Telephone: + 1 7136094674 Fax: + 1 7136094755 Mobile: +240 259431 E-mail: mminyard@hess.com (3) Puerto de Bata. Fax: +240 8 2874 Mobile: +240 275752 (4) K5 Oil Centre (K5 port). Mobile: +240 247765 E-mail: narcisk5@hotmail.com (5) MobilEcuatorial Guinea Inc (MEGI). Telephone: + 1 7134319047 Fax: +1 7134319081 Mobile: +240 247290 E-mail: patrick.channer@exxonmobil.com 64 65 (6) Luba Freeport Ltd. Telephone: +240 275418 Fax: +240 97074 Mobile: +240 275418 E-mail: eglubaops@hess.com EQUATORIAL GUINEA BATA, including Puerto Macias Nguema UNCTAD LOCODE: GO BSG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PROCEDURE: (1) Berthing instructions are provided on VHF Ch 16 by the Port Authority. (2) Pilot boards 0∙5 to 1 n mile off the jetty. CEIBA TERMINAL Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Sendje Ceiba CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Ceiba Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 1772 Telephone: +870 330922710 (Inmarsat B) +4722 120208 (Satellite) Fax: +870330922715 (Inmarsat B) +47 22 120209 (Satellite) Operators (Bata E.G.) Telephone: +1 713 6094652 Fax: +1 713 6094653 Operators (USA) Telephone: +1 2125368003 Fax: +1 2125368364 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Tankers must send an initial ETA message by fax to the FPSO. The ETA should be updated 72h, 48h and 24h hours before arrival at the terminal. Additional notification must be given if the vessel's ETA varies from the original ETA by 6h or more. (2) Where the sea passage from the tanker's last port to the terminal is less than 72h, the first ETA shall be advised immediately after leaving port. Subsequent ETAs shall be given at 48h and 24h before arrival. Should the ETA change by 1 h or more following the 24h notice, the tanker must promptly notify the terminal of the revised ETA. (3) Tankers should call Ceiba Terminal when they are within VHF range but not less than 10 n miles from the FPSO. (4) There is a 10 n mile Reporting Zone around the FPSO. Any vessel proceeding to the terminal is required to report to the terminal on VHF prior to entering the reporting zone. (5) There is a 500m Exclusion Zone around the FPSO, which vessels can only enter with the permission of the FPSO Operations. (6) A continuous listening watch must be kept on VHF Chs 16 and 72 when approaching and operating in the terminal area. (7) Tankers that are requested to wait for berthing instructions must maintain a constant listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 72 in order to receive instructions from the terminal. (8) If an export tanker is not scheduled to berth on arrival or if the terminal is closed due to weather, the Master will be advised by VHF and requested to drift and remain within VHF range of the terminal. (9) The Mooring Master boards in the following positions: (a) 3 n miles N of the terminal (b) 3 n miles SW of the terminal NOTE: Terminal is operated by Amerada Hess, Equatorial Guinea Inc., BATA. EQUATORIAL GUINEA LUBA, Santa Isabel, Bioko UNCTAD LOCODE: GO LUB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Captain VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +240 275410 E-mail: portcaplain@lubalreeport.com Operations Telephone: +240275418 Website: www.lubafreeport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all international vessels. 3°27'N 8°33'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 24h prior to arrival (preferably by e-
mail), including the following information: (a) LOA (b) Draught (c) Bowthrusters in good working order? (3) International vessels are not allowed to berth or depart during hours of darkness. (4) Pilot boarding position will be advised on arrival in Luba Bay. MALABO, Santa Isabel, Bioko UNCTAD LOCODE: GO SSG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16 Telephone: +240092669 Fax: +240092669 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: 3°45'N 8°47'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory. Pilots are not available for unberthing. (2) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles NW of Punta de la Unidad Africana. NOTE: It has been reported that pilot boards 1 cable off the berth. PUNTA EUROPA MARINE TERMINAL, Bioko Pilots and Terminal 3°47'N 8°44'E LOCATION: LNG Berth (3°46'∙70N 8°41'∙80E); Sea Berths (3°47'∙10N 8°42'∙30E and 3°47'∙00N 8°43'∙60E) CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Punta Europa Terminal Punta Europa Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 74; 1673 Telephone: +1 7133281288 (Satellite, 0600-1800 LT) Terminal Gas PlantlAMPCo/EGLNG Control Call: Punta Europa Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 74; 73 Operators Telephone: +240273484 (H24) +240 240456 (H24) +240 537681 (LNG, H24) E-mail: eqgmarinecoord@marathonoil.com eglmarinesupt@eglng.com Operators (ISPS Matters) E-
mail: eqgsecuritymanager@atianticmethanol.com 66 67 EQUATORIAL GUINEA HOURS: H24 (when a vessel is moored) HJ (when no vessels are moored) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, or on departure from last port, then 72h, 48h and 24h in advance via e-mail; 96h, 48h, 24h and 5h for LNG vessels. (3) When a vessel is within 20 n miles of the terminal, contact should be made via e-mail or telephone. (4) Masters of LNG Vessels shall give notice of arrival on VHF Ch 74 immediately upon arrival at the designated anchorage at the LNG Terminal. (5) After initial contact, the terminal will designate means for further communications. (6) Terminal Pilot/Mooring Master boards in position 3°48'∙40N 8°43'∙63E (1∙5 n miles NNE of Punta Europa). NOTES: (1) Vessels will normally only be allowed to moor and unmoor at terminal CBM berths No 1 and 2 HJ. (2) LNG vessels may be allowed to moor and unmoor at the LNG Terminal H24. (3) Under no account should Masters take any instructions from Malabo Port Control or Malabo Pilots. (4) Terminal is operated by Marathon EG Production Ltd, AMPCo LLC and EG LNG Operations SA. PUNTA PLANA, Bioko 3°47'N 8°44'E Pilots and Special Purpose Construction (SPC) Jetty CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +240278863 (Mobile) Operators Telephone: + 1 8324621588 + 1 832 4621589 +240269001 (Mobile) E-mail: gnmisra@bechtel.com brjeapes@bechtel.com HOURS: 0700-1700 LT (Extended hours on request) PROCEDURE: (1) Pifotage is compulsory and is available 0700-1700 LT Mon-Sat, Sundays by prior request. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 10 days, 5 days, 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. If arriving on a weekend, the 48h and 24h notices are also to be advised to the operators bye-mail. (3) Pilot boards in position 3°47'∙98N 8°44'∙66E. NOTE: Jetty is operated by Bechtellnternationallnc., Malabo. SERPENTlNA TERMINAL, Zafiro Oil Field, Bioko Pilots and Terminal 3°48'N 8°04'E LOCATION: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Serpentina CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Zafiro Producer Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Marine Superintendents Telephone: +1 7134319036 +17134319123 +17134319164 Fax: +1 7134319081 +17134319082 E-mail: megi-marine@exxonmobil.com EQUATORIAL GUINEA PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the Restricted Area. Vessels must not enter the Restricted Area until the Mooring Master is onboard or until permission has been granted by the Mooring Master for the vessel to enter the Restricted Area. (2) Notice of ETA: (a) Vessels should send initial ETA to the Marine Superintendents when in receipt of orders to load at the Serpentina Terminal. (b) Vessels should send ETA to the Marine Superintendents 72h, 48h, 36h and 24h in advance (then if the ETA changes by more than 3h). (3) On approaching the field, vessels should call Zafiro Producer Radio on VHF Ch 16 or 74. Zafiro Producer Radio is the main communications link for the Zafiro Field. (4) Mooring is available HJ only and unmooring available H24. (5) The Mooring Master will board the vessel prior to proceeding to the FPSO. (6) Upon receiving instructions from the Serpentina Terminal, vessels should proceed to the pilot boarding position to embark the Mooring Party. (7) The Mooring Master boards in the following positions: (a) 3°48'∙00N 8°02'∙60E (2 n miles W of FPSO Serpentina) (b) 3°55'∙00N 8°06'∙75E (4 n miles N of the Zafiro Terminal) NOTE: Terminal is operated by MobilEquatorial Guinea Inc. ERITREA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Department of Maritime Transport. Telephone: +291(0)1121317 Fax: +291(0)1121316 E-mail: motcrez@eol.com.er ASEB (ASSAB) UNCTAD LOCODE: ER ASA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Aseb Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 14 Telephone: +291(0)1660710 +291(0)1660192 +291 (0)1 660687 Fax: +291(0)1 661249 +281(0)1661226 Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 200 GT and is available H24 (Commercial Harbour). (2) Berthing is available at the Sea Berth and Shell Jetty between 0500-1200 LT (unberthing between 0600-1200 LT), and berthing/unberthing at the Coastal Tanker Jetty between 0600-1700 LT. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (4) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles east of Ras Buja. NOTE: Signal Station can be used by vessels to contact their agents in the port. MITS'IWA (MASSAWA) UNCTAD LOCODE: ER MSW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mits'iwa Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 24 Telephone: +291(0)1552122 +291(0)1551193 +291 (0)1 552493 Fax: +291 (0)1 552106 E-mail: massport@tse.com.er 15°37'N 39°29'E 68 69 ERITREA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards about 0∙8 n miles seaward of the harbour entrance. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) See diagram CENTRES REGIONAUX OPERATIONNELS DE SURVEILLANCE ET DE SAUVETAGE (CROSS). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministere des Transports/Service de defense et de securite. Telephone: +33(0)140818530 Fax: +33(0)1 40817053 Mobile: +33(0)6 17150180 E-mail: mdm.sds@equipement.gouv.fr PILOTAGE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of a certain length or tonnage for each port within a defined Compulsory Pilotage Area (see each port for specific details). (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 18h (occasionally 24h) in advance or at the latest on departure from the last port of call. (3) Requests for pilots should be sent by radio to the Pilot Vessel. SURNAV: For details of the SURNAV Reporting System, see FRANCE -
SURNAV (MEDITERRANEAN COAST). BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM: For details see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, FRANCE AND ITALY -
BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP). EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive). (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. 3° 4° 5° 6° r CENTRES REGIONAUX OPERATIONNELS DE SURVEILLANCE ET DE SAUVETAGE (CROSS) Regional Surveillance and Rescue Operations Centres 46° Area of responsibility See Corse La Garde (. ,) 1 CROSS Centre (,.) 1. Sous-CROSS Centre o RT and VHF Facilities 45° +++++++ International Boundary c=J Ecological Protection Zone Limit of territorial waters CROSS La Garde Boundary + " . .. ~ FRANCE 'jL+-+++~ + 44° 43° Pie de Neoulos 0 • ++++++++++++++++ S PAl N 42° 41° 40° / / -' -' -' <; 39° 38° 3° + + + .. La Garoupe0 GARDE (CROSS) 4° 5° 6° 70 8° / / I 11 I I I I I \ , 1 I I I 8° 9° ITAL Y ~-, / , .... .... 9° .... 10° I I I I ~ g 46° 45° 44° 42° 41° 40° 39° 38° 71 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table' PARTICIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int AJACCIO, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR AJA Pilots AREA: 41 °55'N 8°45'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area is situated east of a line joining the following: (1) La Guardiola Beacon Tower (41 '54'∙50N 8'43'∙30E) (2) L'lsolella Tower (41 '50'∙70N 8'45'AOE) CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)495214228 Fax: +33(0)495213928 E-mail: pilotajax@wanadoo.fr HOURS: 0600-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 60m LOA and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot and ETA via e-mail or fax at least 24h in advance, stating LOA, beam and draught. (3) Vessels must confirm ETA 1 h in advance. (4) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles ESE of Citadelle Lt Beacon (41 '55'∙06N 8'44'∙53E). NOTES: (1) This station also provides pilotage for BONIFACIO, BONIFACIO STRAIT (CORSE AND SARDEGNA), PROPRIANO and PORTO-VECCHIO. (2) A tug may be requested via the pilot station giving 24h notice. (
3) Outside normal working hours, a recorded telephone message will give the mobile number of the duty pilot. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ajaccio Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +33(0)495216834 Fax: +33(0)495511784 E-mail: captajaccio@equipement.gouv.fr Website: www.corse-du-sud.cci.fr/portlport.htm Semaphore de la Parata (La Parata Signal Station) Call: La Parata VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: Semaphore de la Parata: HJ HrMr: HX PROCEDURE: Tankers over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons and vessels carrying dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. These vessels must maintain a VHF contact with Le Semaphore de la Parata (41 '54'∙10N 8'36'∙90E) whilst within the approach channel. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) BASTIA, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR BIA Pilots and Port AREA: 42°42'N g027'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area is bounded between the lines of latitude 42°42'∙60N (N Limit through the rocks of Toga) and 42'31 'AON (S limit through the River Golo) and a parallel line 1∙5 n miles off the coast. CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33{O)495315095 Fax: +33{O)495344313 E-mail: pilotage.bastia@wanadoo.fr HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33{O)4 95344272 Fax: +33{O)495344288 E-mail: cap.sma.dde-haute-corse@equipement.gouv.fr Website: www.bastiaport.net HOURS: Pilots: From th before arrival of vessel Port: Office hours and when vessel alongside PROCEDURE: (1) Tankers over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons and vessels carrying dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. (2) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 45m and over in length and also those over 150 GT. (3) Vessels should send request for pilots and ETA 1 h in advance. Vessels that do not call regularly at Bastia should send ETA 24h in advance and confirm 1 h in advance, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Flag (c) Vessel's particulars (d) Agent (e) Cargo (4) Vessels carrying hydrocarbons or dangerous substances should not enter the approach channel without the permission of the Hr Mr. (5) Vessels bound for the commercial port of S. Nicolas de Bastia must request permission from the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12 before entering the approach channel. (6) Pilot boards in position 42°41'∙80N 9°28'∙70E (approx 1 n mile E of Bastia port entrance). NOTE: Provides pilotage for the Bastia-Sud Gas Terminal, the Oil Terminal at SOLENZARA and also for the ports of CALVI and L'iLE-ROUSSE. OTHER TERMINAL IN THE BASTIA AREA: Lucciana Oil Terminal, Bastia, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR BIA Pilots and Terminal PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 42°33'N g032'E (2) Oil tankers should not enter the approach channel without the permission of the Hr Mr at Bastia. (3) Pil
ot boards in position 42°32'∙98N 9°36'∙04E. BONIFACIO, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR BaN Pilots AREA: 41 °23'N go09'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area limits are bounded by the following: (1) W limit: the meridian passing through Cap de Feno (41 °23'∙50N 9°05'∙80E). (2) S limit: the parallel passing through Cap Pertusato (41 °22'∙OON 9°10'∙80E). NO
TE: Pilotage is provided by AJACCIO. 72 73 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 75m LOA and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot and ETA via e-mail or fax at least 24h in advance, stating LOA, beam and draught. (3) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles S of Pointe de la Madonetta Lt (41 °23'∙22N 9°08'∙66E). NOTE: A tug may be requested via the pilot station giving 24h notice. Reporting System NOTE: For details of the BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, FRANCE AND ITALY -
BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +33(0)495730008 Semaphore de Pertusato VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 CALVI, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR CLY Pilots AREA: 42°34'N 8°46'E The limits of the Compulsory Pilotage Area that serve the ports of Calvi and L'lle-
Rousse are as follows: (1) East Limit: The meridian 9°00"00E, from the coast up to parallel 42°40'∙00N. (2) West Limit: the line joining the following two positions: (a) The intersection of the latitude 42°40'∙00N and the longitude 8°50'∙00E (b) La Pointe de la Revellata Lt (3) North Limit: The parallel of 42°40'∙00N. PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 60m in length and over and for vessels over 150 GT. (2) The pilot is provided by Haute Corse Station whose centre is at BASTIA. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Telephone: +33(0)495650521 (Office hours) Semaphore de t:lle-Rousse Call: ile-Rousse VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: HJ FRANCE∙ SURNAV (MEDITERRANEAN COAST) 41 °22'N 6°16'E See diagram CENTRES REGIONAUX OPERATIONNELS DE SURVEILLANCE ET DE SAUVETAGE (CROSS) (GENERAL NOTES section). SURNAV (Systeme de Comptes Rendus de Mouvements des Navires) Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: CROSS La Garde Call: Cross Med VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 70 RT Frequency (kHz): 21822187∙5 Telephone: +33(0)494617110 Fax: +33(0)494271149 Telex: +42430024 (CROMD B 430024F) E-mail: lagarde.mrcc@developpement-durable.gouv.fr MMSI: 002275400 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) The following regulations are mandatory. Sections (2) to (6) apply to all vessels carrying hydrocarbons (including oil) or other dangerous cargoes and to any vessel providing assistance to such vessels. (2) Any vessel carrying hydrocarbons or other hazardous cargoes, intending to enter French territorial waters from seaward, or to sail from a French port or anchorage, is required to send the following details prefixed SURNAV FRANCE to CROSS La Garde 6h in advance. ID Information Required A Vessel's name, callsign, flag and MMSI B UTC date/time (6 figs DD HH MM) C Position (latitude/longitude) E Course --
F Speed G Port of origin H UTC date/time and point of entry in French territorial waters or UTC date/time and place of departure I Destination UTC date/time and point of departure from French territorial waters or UTC K date/time of arrival in port, anchorage, waiting area, of destination in French waters L Intentions M Radio telephone on standby 0 Draught of vessel P Cargo: quantity and category (following MARPOL 73f78 definitions) Q Faults, breakdowns, failures, restrictions S Weather in the area T Vessel's representative U Type of vessel W Number of persons ollboard X Any other comments Z End of message Any subsequent changes should be reported immediately. (3) All vessefs carrying hydrocarbons or other hazardous cargoes, when originating from a port or anchorage situated outside the European Union and planning to anchor in French territorial waters, must contact CROSS La Garde and provide the following information when it leaves the port of origin (or as soon as possible in case of a change in destination), or indicating what authority within the European Union holds that information: (a) Name and call sign of vessel (b) Nationality (c) Vessel length and draught (d) Port of destination (e) ETA at the pre-arranged anchorage area (f) Expected time of getting underway (g) Envisaged itinerary (h) Exact technical description of dangerous or pollutant cargo, reference numbers (ONU), if the occasion arises, by the United Nations, IMO type of risk determined by the conformity of the IMDG code to the IBC and IGC agreements, amount of cargo and position in the vessel if they are transported in mobile tanks or severat containers, the identification marks of the former or the latter (i) Number of crew onboard (4) All vessets carrying hydrocarbons or other hazardous cargoes, navigating within French territorial waters are required to monitor the GMDSS frequencies for zones A 1 and A2. 74 75 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) (5) Reports of accidents and incidents at sea: All vessels of 300 GT and over on commercial passage within the limits of the Environmental Protection Zone (EPZ) (see CENTRES REGIONAUX OPERATIONNELS DE SURVEILLANCE ET DE SAUVETAGE (CROSS) diagram) are obliged to immediately report the following to CROSS La Garde: (a) Any incident or accident affecting the safety of the vessel (e.g. collision, grounding, damage, failure or breakdown, intrusion or displacement of cargo, all hull defects or structural failures) (b) Any incident or accident affecting navigational safety (e.g. failures likely to affect the manouevrability of the vessel, or any defects affecting the propulsion or steering system, the electrical generating system and navigation and communications equipment) (c) Any situation likely to cause pollution of the water or coastline (e.g. any discharge or risk of discharging pollutants into the sea) (d) Any slicks of pollutant and any containers or packages observed adrift in the sea The message should state the following: ID Information Required -
A Vessel's name, call sign and flag -
B Date and time in UT (GMT) (in 6 figures DD HH MM), suffixed Z -
C Position (latitude/longitude) E Course -
F Speed -
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G Last port of call --
I Destination -
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M RT watch kept 0 Draught ~ P Cargo and details enabling information to be obtained about dangerous merchandise or pollutants carried on board -
Q Nature of the incident or situation encountered R Description of any pollution or dangerous goods lost overboard -
S Weather in the area T Name and details of the owner, charter company, and of any forwarding agent of the assisting vessel in France U Type of vessel --
W Number of persons on board Date and time in UT (GMT) of any distress call or request for tow, presence X and name of any assisting vessel or UT (GMT) time of arrival of an assisting vessel; other information -
Y Request for transmission of the report to another system (AMVER, AUSREP, JASREP, MAREP etc.) Z End of report -
NOTE: Vessels should consult IMO resolution A.851 (20) to ensure that the information required at PAPA, QUEBEC, ROMEO and X-RAY is given correctly. (6) Any vessel providing assistance to damaged or defective vessel as at section (5) is required to send the following details prefixed SURNAV BREAKDOWNS to CROSS La Garde. ID Information Required -
A Vessel's name, callsign, flag and MMSI -
B UTC date/time (6 figs DD HH MM) -. C Position (latitude/longitude) E Course of assisting vessel -
F Speed of assisting vessel I Destination M Radio telephone on standby 0 Draught .-
P Cargo onboard at time of accident (if known) Q Nature of failures (if known) -
T Name and address of shipcwner, shipping agent, eventual consignatary of the support vessel in France _. -
U Type of support vessel X Date and time (UTC), position, name, callsign, flag of the vessel in the accident; course of the vessel in the accident Further development reports on the situation are required. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) GOLFE DE FOS Pilots AREA: The Compulsory Pilotage Area consists of an area N of latitude 43°19'∙00N between the meridians of Faramen Lt (4°41'∙30E) and Cap Couronne Lt (5°03'-30E), including the canals, the harbour basins of the inner harbours, the Rhone as far as Aries, and the Etang de Berre. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pilotes Fos Pilotes Port-de-Bouc VHF Frequency: Ch 12 14 Telephone: +33(0)442062101 Marseilie/Fos Office Telephone: +33(0)491142910 Fax: +33(0)491566579 E-mail: piloteI3@nerim.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory (and is available H24), for the following: (a) Vessels of all categories over 50m LOA (b) All vessels over 70m LOA on passage to or from Darse 2 (Harbour Basin 2) Container Terminal and Darse 3 (Harbour Basin 3) berths in the Port of Fos, except for vessels transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must report ETA with at least 24h notice (or as soon as leaving the previous port) to the Hr Mr Port-de-Bouc, stating the following information: (a) LOA (b) Draught (forward and aft) (c) Nature and tonnage of any dangerous cargo. (3) Vessels must establish VHF contact with the Hr Mr Port-de-Bouc as early as possible. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Vessels transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous cargo and deep draught vessels on passage to Fos: At the latitude of Cap Couronne Lt (43°19'∙50N) (b) Vessels bound for Port-de-Bouc-Lavera, Etang de Berre and Port-Saint-
Louis-de-RhOne: Between 2∙5-4 n miles S of Lavera Lt buoy (43°22'∙60N 4°58'∙20E) (c) On request: between latitudes 43 ° 11' ∙90N and 43 ° 19' ∙60N NOTE: The pilotage sub-station at Port-de-Bouc provides pilots for Lavera, Canal de Caronte, Martigues, Etang de Berre, Fos and Saint-Louis-de-Rhone. This station comes under the authority of the Marseille/Golfe de Fos Pilotage Office. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The area of authority of the STM comprises a marine operating area and a port operating area: (a) Within the limits administered by the PAM (b) Within the administrative limits of the installations and constructions entrusted to the PAM (c) Within the area of jurisdiction of the PAM (d) In the channels and approaches of the Golfe de Fos and to the Port of Marseille for vessels transporting hydrocarbons and dangerous substances (2) The Fos area lies between longitudes 4°41'∙30E (Faraman Lt) and 5°06'∙50E (Sausset-Ies-Pins Lt), latitude 43°11'∙90N (Le Planier Lt) and the shore, including the Canal Saint-Louis, Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhone, the Canal de Caronte and the Etang de Berre. DESCRIPTION: The Marseille/Fos Maritime Traffic Service (STM) is an integral system placed under the authority of the Port Autonome de Marseille (PAM), which co-ordinates the service. The purpose of the STM is to improve traffic safety, the efficiency of traffic movements and environmental protection. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Fos Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 72 73 77 Telephone: +33(0)442406060 Telex: +42440164 (PORTMAR 440746F) 76 77 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) (1) Reporting is mandatory for all commercial vessels. (2) Communications: (a) Communication on VHF Ch 12 and VHF Ch 73 must be established as early as possible between vessels and the Maritime Traffic Service (STM) Centre (b) Vessels unable to contact the STM may not cross the Cap Couronne line (43° 19'∙50N) (c) Vessels on passage, manoeuvring and at anchor in any part of the area controlled by the STM must maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12 (d) Conversations should take place in French and English using standard IMO terminology (e) Pilots can be contacted on VHF Ch 14 (3) Vessels transporting hydrocarbons and dangerous substances must send a SURNAV message 6h prior to entry into French territorial waters (see GENERAL NOTES). (4) Vessels inward-bound must contact the STM as follows: (a) 48h before arrival at the pilot boarding position, through the agent stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Destination and port of departure (iii) Draught (iv) Cargo (v) LOA, beam and GT (vi) Type of vessel (vii) ETA (b) At least 24h before arrival, stating: (i) ETA at pilot boarding position (ii) Draught (iii) Nature and tonnage of transported dangerous substances (iv) LOA (c) 6h before entry into French territorial waters, vessels transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances must send a SURNAV message (see GENERAL NOTES) (d) On entering the area offshore of the entrance, all vessels over 50m LOA on passage to the Golfe de Fos must report to the STM on VHF Ch 12 stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Position (iii) Course and speed (iv) ETA (e) The STM will give permission to proceed along the approach channel starting at the Fairway (Omega) Lt buoy, and will provide information on traffic movements and weather conditions in the area (f) The STM will advise berthing details and a time for pilot boarding, as well as any towing requirements if not already specified (g) The STM will also advise VHF communication details as follows: (i) At the entrance to the STM area (ii) At the entrance to the approach channel for vessels obliged to use the channels (vessels of over 1600 GT transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances) for Fos or Marseille (iii) At the entrance to the approach channel for vessels not obliged to use the channels. After identifying and authorising the vessel, the STM will instruct the vessel to proceed if the vessel is subject to an inspection by a surveyor. (h) Vessels over 1600 GT transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances may not enter the approach channel (N of 43 ° 12' ∙OON) without the authorisation of the STM (i) In the event of a doubtful identity, the STM will call every vessel it considers to be likely until a positive identity is obtained (5) Vessels in the area: (a) All vessels must contact the STM on VHF before entering the port, gelling under way or changing berths (b) All vessels crossing (or in cases of emergency, anchoring or waiting in) the approach channel, which vessels transporting dangerous cargo are obliged to use, must inform the STM immediately (c) All vessels wishing to anchor in the Golfe de Fos to the N of the dredged channel must obtain prior permission from the STM. A continuous listening watch must be maintained on VHF Ch 12 while at the anchorage. (d) All vessels wishing to proceed along the Canal de Caronte or the Canal Saint-
Louis must request instructions from the STM (e) Vessels transhipping hydrocarbons or dangerous substances in the transhipment area of the Golfe de Fos must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 12 (f) Leisure craft must contact the Hr Mr for all movements within the port (entering, leaving or making way) (g) Vessels may only enter the dredged channel (from the Lavera Lt buoy to the harbour basins) after checking with the STM that no other vessel has commenced passage along the channel FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) (6) Vessels outward-bound must contact the STM on VHF Ch 12 to obtain permission to leave. The STM Centre will provide information concerning traffic movements in the port and the buoyage situation. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: In condilions of reduced visibility, Ihe movements of priority vessels expected in the next hour are announced at H+OO, H+ 15, H+30 and H+45. RADAR ASSISTANCE AND PILOTAGE: (1) A pilot is on permanent duty at the Fos Maritime Traffic Service Centre, and is able to assist vessels on request, particularly when weather conditions prevent the pilot from boarding. (2) Radar assistance is provided on request in bad visibility conditions. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority Telephone: +33(0)491394000 (Switchboard) Fax: +33(0)491395700 Telex: +42440164 (PORTMAR 440746F) Website: www.marseille-port.fr Hr Mr (Port-de-Bouc) Telephone: +33(0)442406005 Fax: +33(0)442406040 E-mail: offport-papdb@marseille-port.fr L'ILE-ROUSSE, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR ILR Pilots NOTES: For details see CALVI. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Telephone: +33(0)495604554 L'ile-Rousse Semaphore Call: ile-Rousse VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: HJ MARSEILLE UNCTAD LOCODE: FR MRS Pilots AREA: 42°38'N 8°57'E 43°19'N 5°21'E (1) The compulsory pilotage area for Marseille is limited offshore by the line joining the port of Mejean (43'19'∙80N 5'13'∙20E), Cap Caveaux (43'15'∙70N 5'17'AOE) and the ile Maire (43'12'∙70N 5'20'∙00E). (2) The Marseille-Golfe de Fos pilotage station serves the area between the Pointe de l'Espiguette (43'31'∙00N 3'07'∙00E) and Cap Camarat (43'12'∙00N 6'41'∙00E). CONTACT DETAILS: Marseille/Fos Office Call: Pilote Marseille VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +33(0)491142910 Fax: +33(0)4 91566579 E-mail: pilote13@nerim.lr L'Estaque Pilot Station Telephone: +33(0)491461373 Frioul Pilot Station Telephone: +33(0)491590188 +33(0)491590189 78 79 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) HOURS: L'Estaque Pilot Station: H24 Frioul Pilot Station: 0500-2200 LT The L'Estaque Pilot Station maintains a VHF listening watch for both stations PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory (and is available H24), for the following: (a) Vessels over 50m LOA transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances (b) All other vessels over 70m LOA (2) Vessels must report their ETA to the pilotage station on VHF Ch OB 1 h in advance, stating the expected position for embarking pilot. ETAs transmitted with 4Bh and 24h notice (see Vessel Traffic Service) will be communicated by the Hr Mr to the pilotage station. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Marseille Harbour: 43°19'∙70N 5°16'∙70E (b) Endoume Harbour: 43°15'∙70N 5°19'∙00E Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The area of authority of the Marseille/Fos Maritime Traffic Service (STM), comprises a marine operating area and a port operating area: (
a) Within the limits administered by the Port Autonome de Marseille (PAM) (b) Within the administrative limits of the installations and constructions entrusted to the PAM (c) Within the area of jurisdiction of the PAM (d) In the channels and approaches to the Golfe de Fos and to the Port of Marseille for vessels transporting hydrocarbons and dangerous substances (2) The Marseille area covers the port area and the approach channels to the Port of Marseille. DESCRIPTION: The Marseille/Fos Maritime Traffic Service (STM) is an integral system placed under the authority of the Port Autonome de Marseille (PAM), which co-ordinates the service. The purpose of the STM is to improve traffic safety, the efficiency of traffic movements and environmental protection. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Marseille Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 72 73 77 Telephone: +33(0)491394141 Telex: +42440746 (PORTMAR 440746F) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Reporting is mandatory for all commercial vessels. (2) Communications: (a) Communication on VHF Chs 12 and 73 must be established as early as possible between vessels and the Maritime Traffic Service (STM) Centre (b) Vessels on passage to or from Marseille which are likely to cross the area off the entrance to the Golfe de Fos must also contact Fos Port Control before entering (c) Vessels on passage, manoeuvring and at anchor in any part of the area controlled by the STM must maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12. (d) Conversations should take place in French and English using standard IMO terminology. (e) Pilots can be contacted on VHF Ch OB (3) Vessels transporting hydrocarbons and dangerous substances must send a SURNAV message 6h prior to entry into French territorial waters (see GENERAL NOTES). (4) Vessels inward-bound must contact the STM as follows: (
a) 48h before arrival at the pilot boarding position, through the agent stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Destination and port of departure (iii) Draught (iv) Cargo (v) LOA, beam and GT (vi) Type of vessel (vii) ETA (b) At least 24h before arrival, stating: (i) ETA at pilot boarding position (ii) Draught (iii) Nature and tonnage of transported dangerous substances (iv) LOA FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) (c) 6h before entry into French territorial waters, vessels transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances must send a SURNAV message (see GENERAL NOTES) (d) On crossing the S limit of the area (43't 1'∙90N), all vessels over 50m LOA on passage to Marseille must report to the STM on VHF Ch 12 stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Position (iii) Course and speed (iv) ETA (e) The STM will give permission to proceed along the approach channel, and will provide information on traffic movements and weather conditions in the area (f) The STM will advise berthing details and a time for pilot boarding, as well as any towing requirements if not already specified (g) The STM will also advise VHF communication details as follows: (i) At the entrance to the STM area (ii) At the entrance to the channel for vessels obliged to use the channels (vessels over 1600 GT transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances) for Fos or Marseille. The STM will give permission to proceed along the approach channel. (iii) At the entrance to the channel for vessels not obliged to use the channels. After identifying and authorising the vessel, the STM will instruct the vessel to proceed if the vessel is subject to an inspection by a surveyor. (h) Vessels over 1600 GT transporting hydrocarbons or dangerous substances may not enter the approach channel (N of 43' 12' ∙OON) without the authorisation of the STM (i) In the event of a doubtful identity, the STM will call every vessel it considers to be likely until a positive identity is obtained. (5) Vessels in the area: (
a) All vessels over 100 GT must contact the STM on VHF before entering the port, getting under way or shifting berths (b) All vessels crossing (or in cases of emergency, anchoring or waiting in) the approach channel, which vessels transporting dangerous cargo are obliged to use, must inform the STM immediately (6) Vessels outward-bound: (a) Vessels transporting or having transported hydrocarbons and which have not been degassed must contact the STM 6h (1 h for vessels other than tankers) before departure (b) All departing vessels must contact the STM on VHF Ch 12 to obtain permission to leave. The STM Centre will provide information concerning traffic movements in the port and the buoyage situation. INFORMATION BULLETINS: The STM Centre provides information on request concerning the movement of vessels in the port. RADAR ASSISTANCE AND PILOTAGE: (1) A pilot is on permanent duty at the Fos Maritime Traffic Service Centre, and is able to assist vessels on request, particularly when weather conditions prevent the pilot from boarding. (2) Radar assistance is provided on request in bad visibility conditions. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Telephone: +33(0)491394142 +33(0)491394241 Fax: +33(0)491344041 Telex: +42440746 (PORTMAR 440746F) Port Authority Telephone: +33(0)491394000 Fax: +33(0)4 91395700 E-mail: pam@marseille-port.fr Website: www.marseille-port.fr OTHER PORT IN THE MARSEILLE AREA: La Ciotat UNCTAD LOCODE: FR LCT Pilots AREA: 43°10'N 5°37'E The compulsory pilotage area limits are bounded by the following: (1) Western limit: The meridian passing through Semaphore du Bec de l'Aigle (43'09'67N 5'36'∙34E). (2) Eastern limit: The meridian passing through Cap Liouquet (43' 10' ∙94N 5'39'∙58E). (3) Southern limit: The parallel passing through La Cassidaigne Lt Bn (43'08'∙74N 5'32'∙78E). 80 81 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Pilote Marseille VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +33(0)491142910 Fax: +33(0)491566579 E-mail: piloteI3@nerim.fr Semaphore du Bee de l'Aigle Call: Bec de I'Aigle VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for the following: (a) All vessels carrying hydrocarbons or dangerous goods (b) Vessels of LOA 70m or over (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilotage 2h before ETA at the pilot boarding point: (a) Directly to Marseille Pilots on VHF Ch 08, or (b) Via Semaphore du Bec de I'Aigle on VHF Ch 16, or (c) Via the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 09 (3) Pilot boards in position 43°09'∙60N 5°38'∙55E (1 n mile E of I'lle Verte). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +33(0)442838027 Fax: +33(0)442085426 E-mail: capitainerie@semidep.com HOURS: Summer: 0700-1200 1400-1900 LT Winter: 0800-1200 1400-1800 LT NICE UNCTAD LOCODE: FR NCE Pilots and Port AREA: (1) The pilot station of Nice-Cannes-Villefranche-sur-Mer covers the area extending 3 n miles seawards of Alpes-Maritimes. (2) The compulsory pilotage area lies between the meridians of 7 ° 1 0' ∙OOE and 7°24'∙00E, bounded in the South by the 43°36'∙00N parallel. CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)493552441 Fax: +33(0)493896387 E-mail: pilote-nice@wanadoo.fr HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)493895085 Fax: +33(0)492049593 E-mail: nice.capitanerie@equipement.gouv.fr Port Authority Telephone: +33(0)4 92004350 Fax: +33(0)492004360 HOURS: Summer: 0600-2000 LT Winter: 0800-1800 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 50m in length and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA when within VHF range. (4) Pilot boards about 1 n mile from the entrance to the port (in bad weather pilot boards 2 to 3 n miles from the entrance to the port). NOTE: This station provides pilotage to other ports in the area from Pointe du Trayas (43°28'∙70N 6°56'∙00E) to the Italian border. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) OTHER PORTS IN THE AREA: Cannes UNCTAD LOCODE: FR CEQ Pilots and Port AREA: The Cannes compulsory pilotage area lies between the meridians 6'59'∙00E and 7'05'∙00E bounded in the South by the 43'29'∙00N parallel. CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Cannes Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 08 12 Telephone: +33(0)493552441 +33(0)6 37036996 (Mobile) Fax: +33(0)493896387 E-mail: pilote-cannes@orange.fr HrMr Call: Cannes Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +33(0)820425555 (within France) +33(0)489889828 (outside France) Fax: +33(0)492987001 Semaphore de la Garoupe Call: La Garoupe VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: Hr Mr and Semaphore de la Garoupe: H24 Pilots: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for entry to the port of Cannes and anchorages for the following: (a) Commercial vessels of LOA 50m and over (b) Pleasure craft of LOA BOm and over (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA 24h in advance and confirm arrival by VHF. (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels must request pilot 30 mins (summer) or 2'/2h (winter) before arrival at the pilot boarding position, by any of the following methods: (a) Directly to Cannes Pilots on VHF Chs 08 or 12 (b) Via Semaphore de la Garoupe on VHF Chs 16 or 12 (c) Through the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12 (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port of Cannes and anchorages up to 1 n mile W of lies de Lerins: 43'30'∙50N 7'OO'∙20E (b) Anchorages NE of iles de Lerins: 43'30'∙90N 7'05'∙80E (1 n mile E of ile de la Tradeliere) Villefranche-sur-Mer UNCTAD LOCODE: FR VFM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)4 93552441 Fax: +33(0)4 93896387 E-mail: pilote-nice@wanadoo.fr Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)493017070 Fax: +33(0)493769233 E-mail: porl.villelranche@cote-azur.cci.fr HOURS: Summer: 0700-2000 LT Winter: 0730-1800 LT (except Sundays) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor vessels of LOA 50m and over. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile south 01 Cap Ferral. 82 83 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) PORT∙LA∙NOUVELLE UNCTAD LOCODE: FR NOU Pilots AREA: 43°01'N 3°04'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area extends from the coast to line of longitude 3°10'∙00E between lines of latitude 42°58'∙75N and 43°03'AON. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)468404350 Fax: +33(0)468404351 E-mail: pilonov@orange.fr HOU RS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 45m in length and is available for Port-
La-Nouvelle and Port-Vendres. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and request for pilot 18h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's length (b) Draught (3) Pilot boards in position 43°00'∙70N 3°05'∙50E. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)468481764 Fax: +33(0)4 68403142 HOURS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons and dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. These vessels should contact the Hr Mr 24h in advance or on leaving the previous port by fax stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) GT (c) Length and beam (d) Maximum draught on arrival (e) Date and time of arrival (f) Nature and quantity (in tonnes) of the transported dangerous substances (in transit or departing) (g) Any damage (h) Equipment or cargo (i) Date of safety certificate for tankers (2) Any amendments should be sent to the Hr Mr. PORT∙VENDRES UNCTAD LOCODE: FR POV Pilots AREA: The Compulsory Pilotage Area is bounded between a parallel line 5 n miles off the coast and the lines of latitude 42°28'∙70N and 42°32'∙80N. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)468404350 Fax: +33(0)468404351 E-mail: pilonov@orange.fr HOURS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 45m in length and is available H24 for Port-Vend res and Port-La-Nouvelle. (2) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Vessels should send request for pilot and ETA 18h in advance. (b) Vessels should contact the pilot 1 h before arrival on VHF Ch 12. (3) Vessels outward-bound: Vessels should send request for pilot 6h in advance. (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile N of Mole Abri Lt (42°31'A4N 3°07' 12E) on the leading line. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +33(0)468821200 Fax: +33(0)468824840 HOURS: 0800-1700 LT and when a vessel is expected POATO∙VECCHIO, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR PVO Pilots AREA: 41 °35'N go 17'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area is bounded between the lines of latitude 41 ° 35' -70N and 41 °40'∙30N and to the east by the line of longitude 9°25'∙00E. NOTE: Pilotage is provided by AJACCIO. PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 60m LOA and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot and ETA via e-mail or fax at least 24h in advance, stating LOA, beam and draught. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile NE of Punta di a Chiappa (41 °35'∙88N 9°22'∙10E). NOTE: A tug may be requested via the pilot station giving 24h notice. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: La Chiappa VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +33(0)495700603 Fax: +33(0)495703359 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Tankers over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons and vessels carrying dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. These vessels should maintain a VHF contact with Le Semaphore de La Chiappa (La Chiappa Signal Station) whilst within the approach channel. PAOPAIANO, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR PRP Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by AJACCIO. PROCEDURE: 41 °41'N 8°54'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 60m LOA and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot and ETA via e-mail or fax at least 24h in advance, stating LOA, beam and draught. (3) Pilot boards 2 n miles W of the entrance to the port (in bad weather, at the entrance to the port). Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +33(0)495761040 Fax: +33(0)495762060 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT 84 85 SAINT∙RAPHAEL UNCTAD LOCODE: FR SRL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) Call: Vieux-Port Saint-Raphael VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +33(0)494951119 Fax: +33(0)494823069 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory. (2) Vessels should contact the Hr Mr 2h before arrival. SETE UNCTAD LOCODE: FR SET Pilots AREA: The compulsory pilotage area is bounded by a circle of radius 6 n miles centred on the light at the E end of Epi Dellon (43°24'∙00N 3°44'∙00E). CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pilotes Sate VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +33(0)467743406 Fax: +33(0)467748995 E-mail: pilotes.sete@wanadoo.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory (and is available H24), for the following: (a) Vessels over 55m LOA up to Pont de la Victoire (Victoire Bridge) (b) Vessels over 50m LOA beyond the bridge (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send a request for pilots and ETA 18h in advance or on departure from the previous port if less than 18h distant. Any changes in ETA of more than 1 h must be advised. (3) Vessels must contact the Pilots and Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12, 1 h before arrival at the pilot boarding position. (4) Pilot boards as follows: (a) In good weather and winds from the N: 43°22'∙50N 3°47'∙00E (2∙7 n miles SE of Epi Dellon Lt). Small vessels will receive boarding instructions by VHF. (b) In bad weather from the E to SE, the pilot may, after giving instructions, board small vessels in the shelter of Epi Dellon. Entry, especially at night, may be suspended in heavy swell conditions. NOTE: Pilotage is provided for ports situated between the mouth of I' Aude (43 ° 13' ∙OON 3'14'∙00E) and the mouth of Le Petit RhOne (43'27'∙00N 4'24'∙00E). Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr Call: Sate Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +33(0)467466385 Fax: +33(0)467466389 E-mail: capitainerie-sete@equipement.gouv.fr Website: www.sete.port.fr Sete Semaphore Call: Semaphore Sete VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels carrying hydrocarbons or dangerous substances must obtain permission to enter the approach channel on departure and arrival and should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 16 before negotiating the approach channel. (2) Vessels must report their arrival in the roads to the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12. (3) Vessels must obtain permission from the Hr Mr before entering the Passe de l'Est. (4) Vessels must not manoeuvre within the port without the permission of the Hr Mr. During these movements vessels must maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12. FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) SOLENZARA, Corse UNCTAD LOCODE: FR SOZ Pilots AREA: 41 °55'N g025'E The Compulsory Pilotage Area is bounded by a circle of radius 3 n miles centred on the Oil Terminal (41 °55∙00'N 9°25'∙00E). NOTE: Pilotage is provided by BASTIA. PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. Oil Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +33(0)497578001 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Tankers over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons and vessels carrying dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. (2) These vessels should obtain permission from the Hr Mr at Bastia on VHF Ch 16 before entering the approach channel. TOULON UNCTAD LOCODE: FR TLN Pilots AREA: 43°05'N 5°55'E (1) The Compulsory Pilotage Area limits are bounded by the following: (a) Cap Cepet (43°04'∙10N 5°56'∙70E) (b) Cap de Carqueiranne (43°05'∙10N 6°01'∙10E) (2) This station provides pilotage for the area between Cap de l'Aigle (43°09'∙70N 5°36'∙30E) and Cap d'Antibes (43°32'∙60N 7"07'∙40E). CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +33(0)494410328 Fax: +33(0)4 94419066 E-mail: pilotes-toulon@wanadoo.fr Cap Cepet Signal Station Call: Cepet VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: 0700-2000 LT (Outside these hours contact the pilot through Cap Cepet Signal Station) PROCEDURE: (1) Pi
totage is compulsory for vessels of 45m LOA and over. (2) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Vessels should send request for pilotage to the Hr Mr or to Cap Cepet Signal Station at least 1 h before ETA in Grande Passe stating: (i) Vessel's name, call sign and type (ii) Length and draught (b) Vessels should report any amendments to ETA over 30 mins (3) Vessels outward-bound: Vessels should request pilotage 2h in advance. (4) Pilot boards in the vicinity of the Landfall Lt buoy (43°05'∙0IN 5°57'∙53E), 1 n mile E of Grande Passe. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +33(0)494032760 Fax: +33(0)4 94033869 E-mail: amba-capitainerie.dde-var@equipement.gouv.fr Website: www.var.equipement.gouv.fr/departlmaritimelmarl.html Le Semaphore de Cepet (Cap Cepet Signal Station) Call: Cepet VHF Frequency: Ch 16 86 87 FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast) HOU RS: Sig Stn: H24 HrMr: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels over 1600 GT carrying hydrocarbons or dangerous substances see GENERAL NOTES. These vessels should report to the Hr Mr 48h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign and vessel's nationality (c) ETA (d) Nature and quantity of transported cargo (e) length (I) Beam and draught (2) Other vessels over 25m LOA should send ETA 24h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Nationality (d) length (e) Beam (f) Draught (3) Before entering the area N of a line joining Pointe Rascas (43°04'∙00N 5°57'∙00E) and Cap de Carqueiranne (43°05'∙00N 6°01'∙00E) all vessels over 25m lOA should contact Cap Cepet Signal Station for permission to enter the Grande Rade. (4) All vessels which might cause an accident, or pollution as a result of reduced manoeuvrability should call Cap Cepet Signal Station stating the possible dangers. (5) Vessels moving or stationary N of the line stated in (3) or within Petite Rade should maintain a continuous listening watch with the Naval Base on VHF Chs 16 and 74. Naval Base CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Base Navale VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Telephone: +33(0)494021171 Fax: +33(0)494021694 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) All vessels of lOA 45m and over which are not Naval vessels bound for or proceeding from a naval base installation or an anchorage within the military-controlled area, must pick up a military pilot who may order that assistance be provided by Naval tugs. (2) The commander of the Naval Base may approve or refuse requests for exceptions from this compulsory pilotage. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministere de la Marine Marchande. Telephone: +241 747840 Fax: +241 747840 E-mail: nthaoy@yahoo.fr CAP LOPEZ TERMINAL UNCTAD lOCODE: GA Cll Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Total Gabon Terminal Cape lopez Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 72 Telephone: +241 556339 Fax: +241 556478 GABON GABON HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) A listening walch is to be kept on VHF Ch 16 during the vessel's approach to the terminal. (4) During loading and mooring operations a listening watch is to be kept on VHF Ch 72. (5) Pilot boards in position 0037'∙25S 8°44'∙58E. ETAME MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Petroleo Nautipa CONTACT DETAILS: Call: 9VHL7 VHF Frequency: Ch 72 Telephone: +65679604t3 +870762902215 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +65 67960412 E-mail: oim.nautipa@sg.prosafe.com master.nautipa@vsl.foms.no Operators Telephone: +241 562698 Fax: +241 562943 HOURS:H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within a 2 n mile radius of the terminal and is provided by the Mooring Master or a local pilot. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send an initial ETA message to the operators upon departure from the previous port. The message shall be updated 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival at the Etame Field. The first ETA notification should include the following information: (a) Vessel's name, call sign, and Inmarsat numbers (b) Cargo requirements (c) Maximum loading rate (d) Arrival draught fore and aft (e) Last port of call (f) Confirmation that vessel has clean bill of health (g) Any sickness onboard (h) Distance in metres from the bow to the vessel's loading manifold (i) LOA Ul A statement with respect to the ability of the vessel to make a connection to the floating hose 16 inch flange (k) A statement to the effect that the vessel can perform "closed loading" (I) Confirmation that vessel is equipped with a bow stopper able to receive 76mm chain (m) Name and particulars of local agent (3) All incoming vessels must advise the operators their best ETA at least 72h prior to arrival at the terminal. Any variation of ETA from the 72h or 48h notification of more than 6h should be advised. (4) Should the ETA change by 1 h or more following the 24h ETA advice, the vessel should promptly advise the operators. (5) The terminal is bounded by a maritime exclusion zone of diameter 2 n miles centred at the bridge of the FPSO. Vessels are not permitted to enter the zone without having first obtained permission from the terminal. (6) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 72 and/or another channel agreed with the terminal. (7) 2h prior to arrival at the terminal, vessels should advise ETA with the following information: (a) Draught and trim (b) Capacity for loading (c) Details of ballast plus time required for discharge (d) Maximum freeboard (e) Quality of inert gas (f) Any other relevant information (8) Portable VHF/UHF units will be provided by the Mooring Master for inter-ship communications with the terminal. (9) The Pilot/Mooring Master boards 2 n miles ENE of the terminal. 88 89 GABON NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by Vaalco Gabon (Etame) Inc. 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51'S g058'E Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Gamba Marine Terminal Control Room VHF Frequency: Ch 06; 06 12 Telephone: +241 07840095 (Duty Officer, H24) +241 558465 (Office hours) +241 559657 (AOH) +31 (0)703037182 (Office hours) Fax: +31(0)703037164 (Attn: OLS/4) +241 558577 E-mail: marine-department@shell.com HOURS: Gamba Marine: 0700-12001400-1700 LT Terminal Control Room: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the restricted area and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to Gamba Marine OLS/4 by fax and/or e-mail. The 96h arrival message should include the following: (a) ETA and intended NOR (b) Cargo requirement in barrels (c) Type, number and SWL of bowstoppers (d) Oil Pollution Certificate details (e) Last port of call (f) Owner, operator, charterer, flag, port of registry and year built (g) SDWT, GT, NRT, LOA, beam and maximum summer draught (h) Master's full name (i) Address, telephone and e-mail addresses of operators/managers m Vessel's callsign (k) USCG Identifier for Bills of Lading (if required) (I) Arrival and departure draughts (m) Power voltage in pilot's cabin (n) Segregated ballast tanks (SBT) or clean ballast tanks (CBT)? If CBT, time required for deballasting if not concurrent with loading (0) Vessel inerted and IG plant fully operational? (p) Name of agent in Port Genlil (3) During mooring and loading operations, working channel is VHF Ch 12. (4) Pilot is the qualified Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO). (5) Pilot boards at the anchorage (2 n miles NW of the SBM) and remains onboard for the duration of loading in the role of Loading Master. NOTE: Terminal Authority is Gamba Marine, Shell Gabon, BP 146, Port Gentil, Gabon. LUCINA OIL TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: GA LUC Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Banio VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +870762732450 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +241 550647 +870762732451 (Inmarsat mini-M) E-mail: baniogan64@eikmail.com sitebanio@ga.perenco.com 3°40'S 10
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47'E GABON HOURS: H24 (0600-1800 LT in English) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance, stating any special requirements and/or quantity expected to be loaded. (3) Pilot boards in position 3'38'∙21S 10'44'∙91E (2 n miles NW of the SBM). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Perenco Gabon SA. OGUENDJO OIL TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bon Bateau VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +870762732438 (Inmarsat mini-M) F
ax: +870762732436 (Inmarsat mini-M) E-
mail: bonbateau@eikmail.com HOURS: H24 (0600-1800 LT in English) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance, stating any special requirements and/or quantity expected to be loaded. (3) Pilot boards in position 1 '30'∙00S 8'54'∙00E (2 n miles S of Platform Charlie). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Perenco Gabon SA. OWENDO UNCTAD LOCODE: GA OWE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +241 704306 Fax: +241 704305 Hr Mr Telephone: +241700108 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 National Port Authority Telephone: +241 700048 +241701759 Fax: +241 703735 E-mail: info@ports-gabon.com Website: www.ports-gabon.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Pilotage should be ordered 24h in advance and confirmed 12h in advance through the agent. (3) Vessel's arrival notice: Vessels must announce their arrival as follows: (a) Early morning, if vessels must enter in the afternoon (b) Before 1800 LT, if vessels must enter at night or the next morning (4) Vessels must announce their ETA at the pilot station by fax or through their agents, who must in turn inform the pilots. (5) All vessels must call the pilot on VHF Ch 12 upon arrival at Themis Lt buoy (O'25'∙60N 9'13"60E) and maintain a continuous listening watch. The pilot will provide all necessary instructions either for berthing or for timber loading anchorage. (6) Pilot boards in position O'1T∙00N 9'27'∙00E. 90 91 PORT GENTlL UNCTAD LOCODE: GA POG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Hr Mr Telephone: +241 553670 +241 552711 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Port Authority Telephone: +241 553811 +241553812 Fax: +241 555303 National Port Authority Telephone: +241 700048 +241 701759 Fax: +241 703735 E-mail: info@ports-gabon.com Website: www.ports-gabon.com PROCEDURE: GABON 0041'58°47'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 150 GT. For vessels anchoring in the roads pilotage is optional. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to the Port Captain 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should send request for pilot 12h in advance. Initial contact with Port Control should contain the following information: (a) GT (b) Master's name (c) Last port of call (4) Vessels should signal their entry to the Port Captain and maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12. (5) Pilot boards in position 0039'∙50S 8°48'∙00E (2 n miles NE of Pointe Clairelle). GAMBIA, THE GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Gambia Ports Authority. Telephone: +220 4227270, 4227269, 4227266 & 4229940 Fax: +2204227268 BANJUL (BATHUR5T) UNCTAD LOCODE: GM BJL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HrMr Call: C5G VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +2204229017 13°27'N 16°34'W GAMBIA, THE Port Authority Telephone: +2204227270 +220 4227269 +220 4227266 +220 4229940 Fax: +2204227268 E-mail: info@gamport.gm Website: www.gambiaports.com Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels from No 5 Lt buoy. (2) Notice 01 ETA: Vessels should send ETA, stating draught, 48h and 12h in advance to Hr Mr. (3) For vessels arriving on a Monday the ETA should arrive not later than Saturday morning. (4) Pilot normally boards at No 5 Lt buoy but will board inwards of the Fairway Lt F on request. GEORGIA See diagram BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS (TURKEY section). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Georgian Maritime Administration. Telephone: +995(8)222 73909 Fax: +995(8)222 73929 Mobile: +995(8)77 408238 E-mail: magheadol@fsc.gov.ge ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the agents 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance and 2h before arriving at the roads. PILOTAGE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for entry to, and departure from, all Georgian ports and for mooring and casting off. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilots should be ordered through the agents 24h, and confirmed 2h, in advance, unless stated otherwise in station entry. GEORGIAN SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP): For details see GEORGIA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP). BAT'UMI UNCTAD LOCODE: GE BUS Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bat'umi Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. (2) Pilot boards in position 41 °40'∙33N 41 °37'∙95E. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Central Port Radio Call: Bat'umi 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 26 Port Dispatcher Call: Bat'umi 2 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Hr Mr Call: Bat'umi 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 41 °39'N 41 °39'E 92 93 Signal Post Call: Bat'umi 17 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Port Authority Telephone: +995(8)222 76261 +995(8)222 76958 Fax: +995(8)222 76261 +995(8)222 76958 E-mail: bsport@batumiport.com Website: www.batumiport.com Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 09 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: GEORGIA Vessels lying at mooring buoys should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. GEORGIA∙ SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP) See diagram GEORGIA SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (GEOREP). Ship Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: MRCC Georgia (GEOREP Reports) Telephone: +99522273913 Fax: +995 222 73905 +995 222 73929 Telex: +51 9475392 MRCC G E-mail: mrcc@maradgeorgia.org MMSI: 002130100 MRCC Georgia (Enquiries) Telephone: +99522273913 Fax: +995 222 73905 Telex: +51 9475392 MRCC G E-mail: mrcc@maradgeorgia.org Maritime Transport Administration of Georgia Telephone: +995 222 73917 +995 222 73909 Fax: +995 222 73929 E-mail: mtag@maradgeorgia.org magheadof@lsc.gov.ge DESCRIPTION: (1) GEOREP is operated by MRCC Georgia. Participation in GEOREP is mandatory and cost free and vessels 01 any nationality, tonnage or type are welcome as long as they are within the service of GEOREP. (2) GEOREP serves to identily and monitor the positions of vessels which participate in the scheme in the area covered by the system. To achieve this vessels within the coverage area provide regular reports. This information is used to maintain a chart plot of the vessels' positions. GEOREP is to aid search and rescue operations in that it: (a) Reduces the time between the loss of a vessel and initiation of search and rescue action in cases where no distress signals are sent out; (b) Limits the search area for rescue operations; and (c) Provides up-to-date information on shipping resources available in the vicinity of a casualty. REPORTING AREA: The area of coverage of GEOREP is bounded by a line joining the following co-ordinates: (1) 43°23'∙00N 40
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The PR contains information about the vessel's position (within GEOREP's coverage area), course and speed at the time of the report and is used to update the plot. (3) A Deviation Report (OR) is to be sent when the vessel's position varies more than 1 hour's steaming from the position that would be predicted from the last SP or PR, e.g. changing route, speed, etc. (4) A Final Report (FR) is the report used to terminate participation in GEOREP. The FR should be sent on arrival at a destination within the GEOREP area or when leaving the area covered by the system. GEOREP ceases to maintain a plot of a vessel when the FR is sent. (5) A Dangerous Goods Report (DG) is required when an incident takes place involving the loss or likely loss overboard of packaged dangerous goods, including those in freight containers, portable tanks, road and rail vehicles and shipborne barges, into the sea. (6) A Harmful Substances Report (HS) is required when an incident takes place involving the discharge or probable discharge of oil (Annex I of MARPOL 73(18) or noxious liquid substances in bulk (Annex 11 of MARPOL 73(18). (7) A Marine Pollutants Report (MP) is required in the case of loss overboard of harmful substances in package form, including those in freight containers, portable tanks, road and rail vehicles and shipborne barges, identified in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code as marine pollutants (Annex III of MARPOL 73(18). (8) Any Other Report (AOR) should be made in accordance with the system procedures as notified in accordance with paragraph 9 of the General Principles. FORM OF MESSAGES: (1) All ship reports should be sent in the standard reporting coded format. This format complies with IMO resolution A.851 (20). The following gives all the components of the GEOREP reports. ID Description Content Name and call sign of vessel, MMSI, flag of the vessel. A Vessel Identity The symbol "r should be used to separate the vessel's name and call sign (e.g. A.Santa Maria/UZBC) A 6 digit group event giving day of month, together B Time with hours and minutes in UT (e.g. 17th at 1200 UT = B.171200). If other than UT, state time zone used A 5 digit group giving latitude in degrees and minutes, C Position decimal, suffixed with NI and a 6 digit group giving longitude in degrees and minutes, decimal, suffixed with E (e.g. 43°00'∙ON 39°31 '∙OE = C.4300N3931 E) True bearing (first 3 digits) and distance (state D Position distance) in nautical miles from a clearly identified landmark (state landmark) E Course(s) A 3 digit group for the present course being steered (e.g. 133° = E.133) F Vessel's speed Vessel's speed in knots and tenths of knot (e.g. 14∙5 knots = F.14∙5) G Departure Port Name of the last port of call (e.g. G.Odesa) Date, time and position of entry into the GEOREP area. Entry into Entry date and time expressed as in (B) and entry H GEOREP position expressed as in (C). (e.g. vessel entering GEOREP on 04 Apr at 1520 UTC in position 43°00'N 39°31'E = H.0415204300N3931E) Name of the destination port and the expected date I Destination and and time of arrival at the port ETA Time group expressed as in (B) (e.g. Bat'umi/P'ot'i ETA on 11 Apr at 0500 UT = I.Bat'umi/P'ot'i 110500). J Pilot on board State whether a deep-sea or local pilot is on board GEORGIA ID Description Content Estimated date, time and position at which the vessel ETDfrom exits from GEOREP coverage. K GEOREP Date & time expressed as in (B) and exit position expressed as in (C) (e.g. ETD = K.1712004300N3931 E) Route information in Latitude and Longitude should be L Route given for each Way Point (WP) in the GEOREP area, Information expressed as in (C). The Way Points to be numbered as WP1, WP2, etc State the type of communications equipment on M Communication board, and the name of Coast Radio Station(s) and frequencies guarded (e.g. Radiotelephony (RT), Radiotelex, Inmarsat, etc.) N Time of next Time the next PR or DR will be sent. Dateitime group report expressed as in (B) (e.g. N.101950) 0 Draught Draught in metres and centimetres (e.g. 8∙0m = 0.8∙0) A brief indication of cargo carried on board (e.g. P.Bulk P Cargo Coal, General, Chemicals, etc.). Include IMDC number for dangerous cargo a Defects Brief details of defects, damages or other deficiencies (e.g. a.Radio equipment) , Brief details of type of pollution (oil, chemicals etc) or R Pollution dangerous goods lost overboard; position expressed as in (C) or (D) S Weather Brief details of weather and sea conditions prevailing Vessel's owner Name and contact number of the vessel's owner and T and agent agent who could be contacted for information about the vessel's whereabouts and crew details U Size and Type Vessel's length, breadth, gross tonnage and type (e.g. U.L 170.7m B25.9m D11.8m 40870GT Tanker) -
State whether any medical personnel, e.g. doctor or V Medical nurse, is carried on board (e.g. V.DOCTOR, NURSE personnel if there is a qualified doctor or nurse on board. State V.NIL if none) W Number of POB State the total number of Persons On Board (POB) (e.g. 28 crew = W.28) Any other useful information -including, as appropriate, X Remarks brief description of incident and of other ships involved either in incident, assistance or salvage y Relay Request to relay report to another system Z End of report No further information required (2) The ship reports will normally contain the following groups: (a) Sailing Plan (SP): GEOREP SP, A, B, C, E, F, G, H, I, L, M, N, 0, P, U, V,w. (b) Position Report (PR): GEOREP PR, A, B, C, E, F, N. (c) Deviation Report (OR): GEOREP OR, A, B, C, E, F, L, N, X. (d) Final Report (FR): GEOREP FR, A, B, C, K. (3) Dangerous Goods Reports (OGR) should contain the following groups: A, B, C (or D), M, a, R, S, T, U, X of the standard reporting format. (4) Harmful Substances Reports (HS) should contain the following groups: A, B, C (or Dj, E, F, L, M, N, a, R, S, T, U, X of the standard reporting format (5) A full stop"." should be used after each code (e.g. A.) and a space between each code. All reports should include system identifier "GEOREP" and code for appropriate report (e.g. GEOREP SP). Masters should only include those components listed above. Others may be included at the master's discretion if relevant to the type of report. TRANSMISSION OF MESSAGES: All GEOREP reports should be forwarded through MRCC Georgia. See CONTACT DETAILS. 96 97 GEORGIA RT FREQUENCIES: Vessels to call MRCC Georgia on any of the following Watch and Reply frequencies and pass the report on the assigned working channel. Frequencies Hours 2310/2182 H24 2800/2100 H24 875218228 H24 4357/4065 H24 17329/16447 H24 22732122036 H24 --
VHF CHANNELS: Vessels to call MRCC Georgia on any of the following channels and pass the report on the assigned working channel. (1) VHFCh 16 (2) VHF Ch 26 OVERDUE REPORTS: If a vessel does not report at the indicated time, action will be taken to check the safety of the vessel. To avoid unnecessary search action being initiated, it is important that vessels report at the nominated reporting time each day and send their Final Report (FR) when leaving the GEOREP area. If a vessel is unable to pass a Position Report (PR) due to faulty radio equipment, all attempts should be made to pass the PR through other vessels (using VHF) or as soon as it arrives at a port. ENQUIRIES: Any enquiries on GEOREP should be addressed to the Maritime Transport Administration of Georgia. See CONTACT DETAILS. KULEVI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots and VTS Call: VTS Kulevi VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16 70; 08 Telephone: +995(8)32243828 Fax: +995(8)32 243834 E-mail: hmkulevi@maradgeorgia.org Port Manager Telephone: +995(8)32243819 Fax: +995(8)32 243834 Agents VHF Frequency: Ch 69 76 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 42°16'N 41 °39'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels entering and leaving the harbour and is available HJ, subject to weather conditions. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agents. (3) Pilot boards in position 42°18'∙20N 41 °34'∙00E (1∙5 n miles NW of the Fairway Lt buoy). NOTE: Vessels reporting through the GEOREP Ship Reporting System should also advise relevant details bye-mail to the Kulevi Hr Mr. GEORGIA P'OT'! UNCTAD LOCODE: GE PTI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Central Port Radio Call: P'ot'i 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 26 28 68 73 Port Dispatcher Call: P'ot'i 2 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 73 Hr Mr Call: P'ot'i 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 Telephone: +995(8)39322818 E-mail: harbour_masterpoti@access.sanet.ge Port Authority Telephone: +995(8)393 20660 +995(8)393 77777 Fax: +995(8)393 20688 +995(8)393 22688 E-mail: contact@potiseaport.com Website: www.potiseaport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. 42°10'N 41 °39'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance to the agent. (3) Vessels should send request for pilots 48 hours in advance. (4) Vessels navigating or at anchor within the port should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (5) Pilot boards in position 42°10'∙16N 41 °37'∙97E. SOKHUMI (SUKHUM) UNCTAD LOCODE: GE SUI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sokhumi 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +995(8)12263400 Fax: +995(8)12263405 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. 43 °OO'N 41 °01'E (2) When navigating in the port waters a constant listening watch on VHF Ch 16 should be maintained. (3) During adverse weather conditions vessels should, at the request of Port Control, leave the quay and follow instructions. (4) Vessels intending to call at the port of Sokhumi or other ports of Abkhazia should first call the port of Sokhumi on VHF Ch 16 in order to obtain free pratique via agent in Sokhumi. (5) Pilot boards in the roadstead, along the leading line, in position 42°58'∙50N 41°01'∙70E. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Port Inspector should inform the vessel's Master 1 h before approaching the port, of the berthing/mooring quay number, wind speed and visibility. 98 99 SUPSA TERMINAL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Marine Office Call: Supsa Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 07 Telephone: +995(8)393 24496 +995(8)393 24497 Fax: +995(8)393 24495 Terminal Call: Supsa Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 07 Tugs Call: Tinatini VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 49 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available for berthing HJ only. GEORGIA (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should submit arrival information 48h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot/Loading Master boards 3 n miles W of the SPM. NOTE: Supsa Terminal is an offshore loading SPM terminal located 2 n miles W of Supsa River. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority. Telephone: +233(0)22 202815 Mobile: +233(0)90 244329589 E-mail: vjonah@ghanaports.net TAKORADI UNCTAD LOCODE: GH TKD Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Takoradi Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +233(0)31 24839 Port Authority Telephone: +233(0)31 24073 Fax: +233(0)31 22814 E-mail: takoradi@ghanaports.net Website: www.ghanaports.gov.gh HrMr Telephone: +233(0)31 23220 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. GHANA GHANA (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h, 24h and 12h in advance. Messages should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Date of arrival (c) Draught fore and aft (d) LOA (e) GT (f) NRT (g) Time in port (h) Last port of call (i) Next port of call 0) Nationality (k) Port of registry (I) Call sign (m) Agent (n) Duty Officer (0) IMO number (p) MMSI (3) Pilot boards in position 4°53'∙60N 1°43'∙60W. OTHER TERMINAL IN THE TAKORADI AREA: lakoradi, Thermal Power Station (Aboadi SPM) UNCTAD LOCODE: GH TKD Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +233(0)31 21700 Fax: +233(0)31 21900 E-mail: dcsd@vra.com Website: www.vra.com PROCEDURE: 4°56'N 1°37'W (1) When contact is made with the approaching tanker, normally by VHF radio, the Mooring Superintendent should confirm the mooring arrangements and hose connection details. (2) Pilot boards tankers in position 4°53'∙50N 1°40'∙20W. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by the Volta River Authority. lEMA UNCTAD LOCODE: GH TEM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Tema Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +233(0)22202212 Hr Mr Telephone: +233(0)22202813 +233(0)34 329589 Port Authority Telephone: +233(0)22 204385-204388 Fax: +233(0)22 204136 E-mail: tema@ghanaports.net Website: www.ghanaports.gov.gh HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 5°38'N 0001'E 100 101 GHANA (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 24h and 6h in advance. Messages should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Date of arrival (c) Draught fore and aft (d) LOA (e) GT (f) NRT (g) Time in port (h) Last port of call (i) Next port of call Ul Nationality (k) Port of registry (I) Call sign (m) Agent (n) Duty Officer (0) IMO number (p) MMSI (3) Vessels from Abidjan should also forward a 48h ETA message. (4) Pilot boards in position 5'37'∙63N O'02'∙15E (1 n mile E of Main Breakwater). See diagram GREECE PORTS. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Merchant Marine. Telephone: +30 2104191911 Fax: +302104191901 E-mail: dedaple@yen.gr EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: GREECE The European Council Directive 2002/59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. o I\.) 41° 40° 39° 38° 37" 36° 35° IONIAN SEA 20° 21° Igoumenflsa 22° GREECE PORTS GREECE AEGEAN SEA ~
<;) SIen6n Rfou-Andirrfou 1't1 .~ ~ " Palrai AIYlon Thisvi Aspropir~os "'1S1 ,Oil Terminal Ayioi The6d~oroi Ten:ninal .1S1n~E!evsfs 0 ~ zakinl ~ 21° Dhl6nx Konnlhoul-':\(\a.\ Y'∙ Peiraias 'O\\\el~ ,..-: .,.., ~Lavrfon Kalakolon ?a¥.'I\1 . AfYll1a V f (/ Mikonos Ermoupolis;' ~ V 22° 23° I MIRTOAN tJ SEA Adhama~ 6rmos Mflou 6rmos Voudhia Terminal SEA OF CRETE ..... 24° I 25° I 26° 27" Samos c:/~ Skala t 26° 27° 28 °~ '\) 29° ~ 41° SEA OF MARMARA TURKEY MEDITERRANEAN SEA 28° 29° 40° 39° 38° 37" 36° 35° BO/cc/oez rOCA Sl~Od3:)33~V<C)g A GREECE HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. AivlON (EGIO, Peloponnisos) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR AIY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pori VHF Frequency: Ch 12 21 Telephone: +302691 061540 +302691 029743 Fax: +30 2691 061540 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for foreign merchant vessels. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. ALEXANDROUPOLlS UNCTAD LOCODE: GR AXD Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 Pori Authority Telephone: +302551 026468 +302551 026619 Fax: +30 2551 021430 Telex: +601 215374 LlAL GR E-mail: alex@yen.gr Port Management Telephone: +302551 026251 +30 2551 028463 Fax: +302551 026485 E-mail: ola@otenet.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) There is no pilotage service at the port. 38°15'N 22°05'E 40
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50'N 25°54'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 24h prior to arrival, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Port of registry and official number (c) IMO number (d) Captain's name (e) GT (f) NRT (g) LOA (h) Draught (i) Name and address of vessel's owner Ol ETA (k) Description of cargo to load or unload ASPRA SPiTlA (ANoiKIRA or ANTlKVRA) 38°23'N 22°38'E UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ATK Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30 2267 041205 Fax: +302267041205 HOURS: HJ 104 105 GREECE PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory in Kolpos Andikiron and is available HJ, (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilot to the Port Authority of Andikiron, (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile off the coast of Antikyra (Andikira), NOTE: Port is controlled by Itea Port Authority, ASPROPIRGOS OIL TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ASS Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is compulsory, and is provided by PEIRAIAs, PROCEDURE: (1) Berthing is available HJ, (2) Pilot boards about 1 n mile off Peiraias Harbour breakwater, Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Operators Telephone: +3021 03236601 +30 21 03253992 Fax: +3021 03236974 Telex: +601 215442 HP GR +601 215443 HP GR Telegraph: REFASPR ASPROPIRGOS Refinery VHF Frequency: Ch 15 Telephone: +3021 05533000 +30 21 05539000 Fax: +30 21 05539298 +30 21 05539299 Telex: +601 210316 HP GR +601 210897 HP GR +601 219402 HP GR +601 224672 HP GR PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to agent who will inform the Pilot Office, NOTE: Terminal Operators are Hellenic Petroleum Refinery, Aspr6pirgos, ASTAKOS-PLATIYIALI, Ormos Platiyiali UNCTAD LOCODE: GR AST Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Office VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302631022600 Fax: +302631027526 E-mail: akaragnt@otenet.gr Head Office Telephone: +302106194020 Fax: +30 2106194010 E-mail: info@akarport.com Website: www.akarport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24, (2) Pilot ordering: Pilot should be ordered via agent. (3) Pilot boards 2 n miles from the port. GREECE NOTE: Port is operated by Acarnanian Logistics Centre SA (Akarport). AVlol THE6oHOROI TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: GR AGT Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Motor Oil Marine Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +302741 048602 +30 2741 048702 Fax: +302741 048255 E-mail: motoroil.refinery@moh.gr Website: www.moh.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile SE of the terminal. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries SA AVIOS NIK6LAOS (AGIOS NIK6LAOS, Kriti 35°12'N 25°43'E (Crete)) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ANI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 1219 Telephone: +302841 022312 +30 2841 0901 08 Fax: +302841 082733 E-mail: agni@yen.gr Website: www.aghiosnikolaos.gr/port.htm HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory but a private pilot can be used if required. (2) Pilot Boarding Area is NE or SE of Nisis Ayios Pantes, depending upon weather conditions. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. CHANIA (HANIA, Kriti (Crete)) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR CHQ Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302821 098888 +30 2821 052777 Fax: +302821 028387 Telex: +601 291101 LlHA GR E-mail: chan@yen.gr HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. 106 GREECE .... -v II r\t::'S,-1\ LN(;: \E~\N~L. ~J;~~ Fl:1.'! rn. vcr n " -=~ R'!lI'i ~l,ov5", " see : _ C 10-:: 107 DHIORIX KORiNTHOU (CORINTH CANAL) 37°56'N 22°59'E Pilot Station CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Isthmia'Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Control Tower VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Telephone: +302741030886 Canal Authority Telephone: +302741030880 Fax: +30 2741 030887 E-mail: corinth_canal@periandros.gr Website: www.corinthcanal.com PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels using tug services and for night transits of vessels over 100 NRT. (2) Vessels of more than 800 NRT and vessels carrying dangerous cargoes are required to use tug services. 13) Warships are required to use pilots and tugs. (4) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 24h, 6h and 3h prior to arrival by fax, telephone or e-mail, stating the following: (a) Vessel's name (b) Flag (c) Type of vessel (d) Last port (e) Next port (f) . Port of destination (g) LOA (h) Beam (i) Maximum draught U) Number of passengers (ferries, cruise vessels etc.) (k) Type of cargo (I) Any dangerous cargo on board? (m)NRT (5) Vessels should call for arrangement of pilots and tugs. '(6) The canal is closed on Tuesdays (0600-1800 LT) for maintenance. NOTES: (1) Canal AuthOrity is Periandros SA, Isthmia. (2) Tugs may also be provided for Korinthos (Corinth) (37'56'∙50N 22'56"00E) on request through the Port Authorities. . ELEvsjs (ELEUSIS) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ELE Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PEIRAIAs. PROCEDURE: 38°02'N 23°32'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available HJ only. (2) Pilot boards near Peiraias Harbour. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 Telephone: +302105543504 +30 210 5560907 +30 2105560893 Fax: +302105547980 E-mail: elef@yen.gr HOURS: H24, PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. DESFI~ LNG 'jERilJlINAL, Nfsos Revithousa . 37°58'N 23°24'E UNCTAD LOCODE: GR REV Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 06 68 E-mail: desfalng@desfa.gr Website: www.desfa.gr LNG Plant Manager Telephone: +30(O}2105508001 Fax: +30(0)210 5508201 Operations Telephone: +30(0)2105508102 rjOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilot should be ordered via agent. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent. (4) Pilot boards in position 37'57'∙OON 23'24'∙00E. GREECE ERMOUPOllS (SiROS or SYROS, Nisos Siros) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR JSY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Siros Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302281 082690 +30 2281 082633 Port Call: Limenarchian Syros VHF Frequency: Ch 07 12 Telephone: +302281 088888 Fax: +30 2281 OB2633 Telex: +601 293119 LXSY GR E-mail: syro@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 37°26'N 24°57'E (1) P i lotag ~ is compulsory for merchant vessels exceeding 150 tons. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 24h in advance to agent who will order pilot. (3) Pilot boards 0∙5-1 n mile from harbour entrance depending upon weather conditions (in bad weather pilot boards in harbour entrance). NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. IGOUMENITSA UNCTAD LOCODE: GR IGO 39 ° 30
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N 20°16'1: SEE DIAGRAM KERKIRA (CORFU) & IGOUMENiTSA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (KERKIRA (CORFU) section) . Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302665024231 E-mail: hgou@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels are required to maintain contact with the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12 when less than 1 mile WSW of the dredged channel. (2) Vessels moving in opposite directions may not use the dredged channel at the same lime. NOTE: Harbour Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Igoumenitsa VTS co-ordinates sea traffic in Ormos Igoumenitsas through a narrow dredged channel with the W limit being a line drawn between the entrance of Thiamis Potam6i (Kalamas) (39°32'∙00N 20
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0B'∙00E) and Vrakhos Xeronisi (39°27'∙00N 2Go12'∙OOE). This area is sector 2 of KERKIRA VTS. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Igoumenitsa Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +30 2665 099400 +30 2665 099412 Fax: +30 2665 099420 108 109 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: See KERKIRA VTS. NOTES: GREECE (1) All vessels intending to navigate through the dredged channel should also send a position report to Igoumenitsa Traffic on VHF Ch 14, 10 mins prior to entering the channel to receive instructions and permission for the passage. (2) Vessels leaving the port should report to Igoumenitsa Traffic on VHF Ch 14, 5 mins before departure. IRAKLEIO (HERAKLlON, Kriti (Crete)) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR HER Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30281 0226326 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels. (2) Pilot boards in position 35°21'∙53N 25° 10'∙21 E. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30 281 0244912 +30 281 0244934 +30281 0244956 E-mail: hrak@yen.gr Port Authority Telephone: +30281 0338115 +30281 0338116 Fax: +30 281 0226110 E-mail: portir@otenet.gr Website: www.portheraklion.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agent 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (2) Vessels should confirm ETA to pilots, port authority and agents on VHF Ch 12, 1 h prior to arrival. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. ISTHMiA, Peloponnisos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ITM Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 21 Telephone: +302741 037777 Fax: +302741 037777 Telex: +601 232131 LlIS GR E-mail: isth@yen.gr HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. GREECE ITEA UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ITA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302265032319 Fax: +30 2265 0321 00 Telex: +601 299638 LXIT GR HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 38°26'N 22°25'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for foreign merchant vessels and Greek vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 0∙6 n miles SE of Itea Pier (38°25'∙80N 22°25'∙30E) (In bad weather vessels should proceed into the bay without a pilot, and anchor). NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KALAMATA (KALAMI, Peloponnisos) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR KLX Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 18 Telephone: +302721 099108 Fax: +30 2721 096220 Telex: +601 252211 LKAL GR E-mail: kala@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 37 ° 01'N 22 ° 07'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign merchant vessels and Greek vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and draught 48h in advance. (3) Vessels should contact the Hr Mr for berthing information. (4) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles SE of the breakwater red U. NOTE: Harbour Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KATAKOLON, Peloponnisos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR KAK Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 18 Telephone: +302621041500 Fax: +30 2621 042160 HOURS: Port: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory but is available if required. 37°39'N 21 °19'E (2) Private pilot available provided sufficient advance notice given through the agent. (3) Pilot boards 075° 0∙5 n miles from breakwater U. NOTE: Harbour Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KAVALA (CAVA LA) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR KVA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30251 0223716 40
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56'N 24°24'E 110 111 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 Telephone: +30251 0224967 +30251 0224472 +30 251 0223716 Telex: +601 452140 LlKA GR E-mail: kava@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. GREECE (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance to the agent or direct to the Port Authority. (3) Requests for pilot should be made on VHF Ch 12. (
4) Vessels awaiting a pilot should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12. (5) Pilot boards about 0∙5 n miles from southern breakwater. NOTE: Hr Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KERKIRA (KERKYRA or CORFU, Nisos Kerkira) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR CFU See diagram KERKIRA (CORFU) & IGOUMENITSA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302661 032655 +30 2661 040002 Fax: +302661 039918 E-mail: kerk@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels except private yachts under 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise pilotage information 48h and 24h prior to arrival, and confirm ETA 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 0.5 n miles ESE of Nisida Vido (b) 0.5 cables NW of Nisida Vido Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) Northern Limit: A line drawn between: (a) Akra Ayios Aikaterini (39°49'∙30N 19°50'∙00E) (b) Position 39°55'∙00N 19°36'∙00E (c) Position 39°58'∙40N 19°42'∙00E (d) The coast defined by the N limit of the Hellenic Search and Rescue Region (SRR) of JRCC Peiraias (Greece-Albania border) as determined by the following positions: (i) 39°5T∙83N 19°42'∙28E (ii) 39°55'∙78N 19"44'∙93E (iii) 39°55'∙07N 19°45'∙40E (iv) 39°50'∙15N 19°5T∙28E (v) 39°49'∙70N 19°5T∙98E (vi) 39°49'∙42N 19°58'∙17E (vii) 39°4T∙95N 19°58'∙85E (viii) 39°47'22N 19°58'∙95E (ix) 39°45'∙75N 19°57'∙95E (x) 39°40'∙77N 19°57'75E (xi) 39°41'∙57N 20°0Q'∙55E (2) Southern Limit: A line drawn between: (a) Akra Koundouris (39°22'∙60N 20
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\" // \ / \ / • Ifalos Panayia 10' 0"" 10' 113 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the following: (a) All commercial vessels over 300 GT (b) All vessels over 40m LOA (c) All vessels of restricted manoeuvring ability (d) All vessels carrying dangerous cargo (e) All passenger vessels carrying more than 50 passengers GREECE (2) Vessels should report to Kerkira Traffic (Sector 1) on VHF Ch 13 or Igoumenitsa Traffic on VHF Ch 14 (Sector 2) as follows: (a) Initial Report: To be sent at least 15 mins and not more than 30 mins prior to entering the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name, call sign, flag, IMO No, MMSI and type of vessel (ii) Position (iii) Destination and ETA (iv) Speed and course (v) Time and point of entrance into the VTS area (vi) Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargo (UN No, class, quantity) (vii) Current draught and height above water level (viii) Fuel type and quantity (ix) Number of crew (x) Number of passengers and vehicles (by category) (xi) Owner's agent or representative (b) Arrival Report: To be sent at least 15 mins after the end of berthing or anchorage procedure: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Position and time of berthing or anchorage (c) Departure Report: To be sent at least 15 mins prior to departure from port or anchorage in the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) ETD (iii) Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargo (UN No, class, quantity) (iv) Fuel type and quantity (v) Number of crew and passengers (if any) (d) Final Report: To be sent at least 15 mins before exiting the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name, call sign and flag (ii) Position (iii) Port of destination (e) Other Reports: To be sent: (i) Correction Report: When there are any sailing plan changes (ii) Special Report: When an incident occurs relating to the safety of navigation or pollution of the environment (iii) Interim Report: When further information is requested by the VTS KHALKis (CHALKIS) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR QKG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302221 028888 +30 2221 028055 Fax: +302221 088888 Telex: +601 272197 LHAL GR E-mail: halk@yen.gr HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: 38°28'N 23
0 35'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels and for Greek vessels over 1000 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agent 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA to pilots, port authority and agents on VHF Ch 12, 1 h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Northbound vessels: 38°24'∙04N 23°38'∙35E (b) Southbound vessels: 1 n mile N of harbour entrance Lt buoys NOTE: Provides pilotage for Psakhna Soya Terminal. GREECE Swing Bridge CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 KHios (CHIOS, Nisos Khios) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR JKH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302271 044433 +30 2271 044434 Fax: +30 2271 044432 Telex: +601 294164 KLX GR E-mail: chio@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for foreign vessels. 38°22'N 26°09'E (2) Vessels approaching the waiting area outside the port must communicate with the Port Authority on VHF Ch 12 to obtain anchoring instructions. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KOS, Nisos K6s UNCTAD LOCODE: GR KGS Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Telephone: +302242024185 Fax: +302242 024185 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302242026594 +30 2242 026595 +30 2242 026596 Telex: +601 292183 LXKO GR E-mail: kos@yen.gr Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is not available. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. KYMASSI, Nisos Evvoia UNCTAD LOCODE: GR KYM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302227022606 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available HJ only. 36°54'N 27°17'E 38°48'N 23°31'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot 24h in advance. (3) ETA and other relevant information should be sent by radio to the Sub-Charterer's Agents, Financial Mining Industrial and Shipping Corp, cable address "Epichiris, Athens". (4) When within VHF range contact only with Hr Mr Office, on VHF Ch 12, during working hours. (5) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles from the berth. 114 115 NOTE: Pori Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. LAGOS, Vist6nikos Ormos Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 Telephone: +302541 096666 Telex: +601 215287 YXLA GR E-mail: lagos@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 1000 GT. GREECE (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should provide ETA 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should contact the Hr Mr for approach and berthing information. NOTE: Port Radio is operaied by ihe Heiienic Coast Guard. LAKKI UNCTAD LOCODE: GR LAK Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302247022334 E-mail: lero@yen.gr LARIMNA (LAAYMNA) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR LRY Pilots and Terminal NOTE: Pilotage is provided by KHALKIS (CHALKIS). CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +30 22330 44100 Fax: +30 22330 41594 Port Authority Telephone: +302233041322 Fax: +30 22330 41322 Operators Telephone: +302106170100 Fax: +3021 06170200 E-mail: larco@larco.gr Website: www.larco.gr HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance. (2) Any changes in ETA must be advised immedialely. (3) Berlhing and unberthing takes place HJ only. (4) Towage is compulsory for all vessels over 1000 GT. (5) Pitot boards in the anchorage area (38'34'∙90N 23'19'∙40E). NOTE: Terminal is operated by LARCO, Athens. GREECE LAVRioN (LAURIUM) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR LAV Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Lavrion Pilot Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +302292022188 +30 2292 025249 Fax: +30 2292 022188 Port Call: Umenarchion Lavrion VHF Frequency: Ch 07 12 Telephone: +302292025249 Fax: +30 2292 022188 Telex: +601 217669 LlLA GR E-mail: lavrio@yen_gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 48h, 24h and t 2h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA by VHF to pilots, port authority and agents, 1 h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot boards 0∙4 n miles S of Akra Ergastfria Lt. NOTE: Vessel TraHic Service AREA: The VTS area is bounded by the following: (1) To the N, a line joining the following positions: (a) 37'38'∙00N 24 '42'∙40E (Akra Petritis, Nisos Ylaros) (b) 37'SI'∙60N 24'03'∙SOE (Akra Mavraneri, SE shore of Nomos Attikis) (2) To the S, a line joinir19 the following positions: (a) 37'38'∙70N 23'57'∙50E (Nisis Gaidhouraniso (Patralkos)) (b) 37'35'∙00N 24'Ol'∙60E (c) 37'3S'∙00N 24' 16'∙00E (Akra Makriapounda, W shore of Nisos Kea) (d) 37'39'∙00N 24'24'∙SOE (Akra Spathi, NE shore of Nisos Kea) (e) 37'36'AON 24°39'∙00E (Akra Foulis, Nisos Ylaros) NOTE: From April 2010 the VTS is operating on a trial basis with voluntary partiCipation from all vessels. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Lavrio Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 71 74 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels navigating the areas of Akra Sounio, Stena Keas, Stena Makronisou, and between Nlsos Yiaros and Nisos Kea are requested to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 and also monitor VTS Lavrion on VHF Ch 71. Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. . 1 U:n'\'=.1 nue.o DV\ 1'\ e:'£-I: '::'O, .... W\1I\ LlMiN ALlVERIOU UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ALV Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: PV VHF Frequency: Ch 14; 12 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for the following: (a) All foreign vessels (b) All Greek vessels of 1000 GT and over (2) Berthing instructions obtainable from PV on VHF. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile SW of the berth. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 14 Telephone: +302223022318 Fax: +30 2223 023633 HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. MiKONOS, Nisos Mikonos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR JMK Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Telephone: +30 22890 22218 +30 22890 23973 Fax: +30 22890 23922 Telex: +601 293414 E-mail: myko@yen.gr 116 117 GREECE PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels for Mikonos and Nisos Dhilos anchorage. (2) Pilot boards off the Toulros berth (37"27"90N 25° 19'∙34E). MITIL!NI, Nisos Lesvos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR MJT Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +302251 020320 E-mail: mitl@yen.gr Port Authority Telephone: +302251 040827 +302251 037447 +302251 037448 +302251 024115 Fax: +302251 047888 Telex: +601 297142 LXM GR Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory, but, if required, the services of experienced officers can be obtained. (2) Health authorities should receive ETA 24h in advance, this message should contain the following information: (a) Last port of call (b) Cargo (c) Number 01 crew and passengers (d) Port of destination (e) Clean, or otherwise, bill of health. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. NEA MOUOHANIA UNCTAD LOCODE: GR NMA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 19 Telephone: +302373021172 Fax: +30 2373 023680 E-mail: moudania@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory. (2) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 1000 GT. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. NISioHA VIAL! (VAU) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR YU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Telephone: +302242031280 +302242 031327 Fax: +30 2242 031426 GREECE PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 5 days, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position 36'39'∙00N 27'09'∙50E. NOTE: Operators are the Lava Mining & Quarrying Co. ORMOS KALON LlMENON, Kriti (Crete) Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Hr Mr Telephone: +302892042188 E-mail: kali@yen.gr Operators (SEKA) Telephone: +30 21 04293160 Fax: +30 21 04293345 Telex: +601 212172 SEKA GR +601 241717 NIMA GR Telegraph: SEKA KALALlMENES E-mail: seka_kl@otenet.gr Bunkering Station Call: Seka VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: Bunkering Station: When a vessel is expected Port: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. 34°56'N 24
0 48'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance to the operators. (3) Pilot boards in position 34'55'∙00N 24'48'∙50E. NOTES: (1) Station is operated by SEKA SA (2) Port Radio is operaled by the Hellenic Coast Guard. pAKHI OIL TERMINAL Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PEIRAIAs. PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 37°58'N 23°23'E (2) Pilot boards off Akra Petritis, a small port in Pakhi, situated in the vicinity of 37'57'∙00N 23'24'∙00E. Terminal (Refinery) CONTACT DETAILS: Operators Telephone: +3021 03236601 +30 21 03253992 Fax: +3021 03236974 Telex: +601 215442 HP GR +601 215443 HP GR Telegraph: REFASPR ASPROPIRGOS Refinery VHF Frequency: Ch 15 Telephone: +3021 05533000 +30 21 05539000 Fax: +3021 05539298 +3021 05539299 Telex: +601 210316 HP GR +601 210897 HP GR +601 219402 HP GR +601 224672 HP GR 118 119 GREECE PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to agent who will inform the Pilot Office. NOTE: Terminal Operators are Hellenic Petroleum Refinery, Aspropirgos. pATRAI, Peloponnisos (PATRAS) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR GPA See diagram pATRAI (PATRAS) & STENON Riou -
ANDiRRIOU VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30261 0324601 Fax: +30 261 0324601 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign merchant vessels and Greek vessels over 1300 GT and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Advance notice of ETA to be sent to agents who arrange pilots. (3) Vessels without agents should advise ETA via Patrai VTS on VHF Ch 13, or on arrival outside Patrai Harbour on VHF Ch 12. (4) Pilot boards in position 38°15'A7N 21°42'∙73E (1 n mile from harbour entrance). Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) Sector 1 is controlled by pATRAI VTS and is bounded by the following: (a) E Limit: A line joining the following positions: (i) 38° 16'-88N 2P44'∙80E (ii) 38°20'∙73N 21 °41'∙19E (b) W Limit: A line joining the following positions: (i) 38°20'∙00N 21 °05'∙00E (ii) 38°0T∙00N 20
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ANOIRRIOU VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE ---_. VTS Boundary 40' 50' 22∙ 10' 38° 121 GREECE (b) Arrival Report: To be sent at least 15 mins after the end of berthing or anchorage procedure: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Position and time of berthing or anchorage (c) Departure Report: To be sent at least 15 mins prior to departure from port or anchorage in the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) ETD (iii) Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargo (UN No, class, quantity) (iv) Fuel type and quantity (v) Number of crew and passengers (if any) (d) Final Report: To be sent at least 15 mins before exiting the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name, call sign and flag (ii) Position (iii) Port of destination (e) Other Reports: To be sent: (i) Correction Report: When there are any sailing plan changes (ii) Special Report: When an incident occurs relating to the safety of navigation or pollution of the environment (iii) tnterim Report: When further information is requested by the VTS (f) Compulsory Reports: All vessels intending to navigate through Stenon Rfou-
Andirrlou must send a position report as follows: NOTE: (i) East-bound vessels: All vessels navigating in the Patraikos Kolpos (Patraikos Gulf) area must contact Patra Traffic on VHF Chs 13 or 14 when 12 n miles, 5 n miles and 2 n miles from the entrance of the Strait in order to obtain permission for passage. (ii) West-bound vessels: All vessels navigating in the Korinthiakos Kolpos (Korinthiakos Gulf) area must contact Rio Traffic on VHF Chs 13 or 14 when 12 n miles, 5 n miles and 2 n miles from the entrance of the Strait in order to obtain permission for passage. Vessels equipped with AIS are not required to report details of their position, course and speed unless specified by the VTS. They are not, however, exempt from the other provisions of the regulations. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 18 Telephone: +302610341002 +30 261 0341024 +30 261 0341046 E-mail: patr@yen.gr Port Authority Telephone: +30 261 0362648 Fax: +30261 0341450 Telex: +601 312184 L1PA GR E-mail: info@patrasport.gr Website: www.patrasport.gr HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port VHF is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. PEIRAIAs (PIRAEUS) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR PIR See diagram PEIRAIAs (PIRAEUS) VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30 21 04537134 Fax: +30 21 04537134 Telex: +601 212210 KLP GR 38' 50 " Akra Plakakia 40' 30' 30' / ,-
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23'57" 09E 30' 123 Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 19 Telephone: +302104511310-04511317 +30 21 04593000 +30 21 04593911 Fax: +30 21 04511121 +30 21 04516704 Telex: +601 212210 KLP GR E-mail: klptp@yen.gr Port Authority Telephone: +3021 04520966 +302104518138 +30 21 04520852 Fax: +30 21 04520852 Website: www.olp.gr Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch IS; OS HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: GREECE (1) Pilotage is compulsory for foreign merchant vessels and Greek vessels over 500 GT entering, or shifting berth in Peiraias pilotage area and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Vessels proceeding to harbours and port installations E of Nisos Salamina, or entering Kolpos Elevsinas via Steno Navstathmou Navigation Channel: 37'5S'∙00N 23'36'∙50E (off Peiraias) (b) Vessels proceeding to harbours and port installations W of Nisos Salamina, or entering Kolpos Elevsinas via Poros Megaron: 37'5S'∙00N 23'22'∙00E (off Akra Petritis) (on request). Vessels navigating the area for the first time are advised to embark the pilot off Peiraias. NOTES: (1) Provides pilotage for Ormos Keratsiniou, K61pos Elevsinas (Elefsinos) and Megara Terminal. (2) Harbour Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS Area is bounded by the following: (a) N Limit: A line from Akra Ayios Nik61aos (38'Q1'∙50N 23'29'∙20E) to position 38'OQ'∙25N 23'29'∙15E on the N coast of Nisos Salamina (b) S limit: A line from Akra K6nkhi (Nisos Salamina) (37'52'AON 23'2S"90E), to Akra Plakakia (Nisos Aiyina) (37'45'∙80N 23'25'∙10E), thence from Akra Tourlos (Nisos Aiyina) (37'45"81N 23'33"91E) to Akra Kalavria (Nisos P6ros) (37'31'AON 23'31'∙50E), thence to position 37'35'∙S5N 23'57'∙09E (SW of Akra Sounio) (2) The AREA is subject to change as the VTS expands. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Peiraias Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 13; 14 15 Telephone: +30 21 04280222 +30 21 04522104 Fax: +30 21 04522104 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the following: (a) All commercial vessels over 300 GT (b) All vessels over 40m LOA (c) All vessels of restricted manoeuvring ability (d) All vessels carrying dangerous cargo (e) All passenger vessels carrying more than 50 passengers (2) Vessels should report to Peiraias Traffic as follows: (a) Initial Report: To be sent at least 15 mins and not more than 30 mins prior to entering the VTS area: (i) Vessel's name, call sign, flag, IMO No, MMSI and type of vessel (ii) Position (iii) Destination and ETA (iv) Speed and course (v) Time and point of entrance into the VTS area (vi) Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargo (UN No, class, quantity) (vii) Current draught and height above water level (viii) Fuel type and quantity (ix) Number of crew (x) Number of passengers and vehicles (by category) (xi) Owner's agent or representative GREECE PAF!NA UNCTAD LOCODE: GR RAF Vessel Traffic Service AREA: The VTS area is bounded by the following: (1) To the E, a line joining the iollowing positions: (a) 38'09'∙60N 24'3S'∙20E (Akra Kafireas) (b) 38'14'∙OON 24'40'∙00E (c) 38'04'∙OON 24'S2'∙00E (d) 37'S8'∙00N 24'41'∙60E (Akra Fassa, N shore of Nfsos Andros) (2) To the N, a line joining the following positions: (a) 38 'l1'80N 24' 04' ∙40E (Akra Ayios Marina) (b) 38'13'∙00N 24'OS'∙80E (Akra Paliofanaro, Nfsos Kavallianf) (3) To the S, a line joining the following positions: (a) 37'49'∙20N 24'47'∙80E (Akra ThiAkon, W shore of Nfsos Andros) (b) 37'38'∙00N 24'42'AOE (Akra Petritis, Nfsos Yfaros) (c) 37'Sl'∙60N 24'03'∙SOE (Akra Mavroneri, SE shore of Nomos Attikis) NOTE: From April 2010 the VTS is operating on a trial basis with voluntary participation from all vessels. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Rafina Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 11 74 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels navigating the areas of Sten6 Kafirea, N6tios Ewoik6s K6lpos, K61pos Petali6n and the area between Nfsos Yfaros and Nfsos Andros are requested to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 and also monitor VTS Rafina on VHF Ch 11. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Telephone: +30 2294 022300 +30 2294 022481 +30 2294 028888 E-mail: rafn@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is not available. 125 ROOOS, Nisos Rodos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR RHO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302241 028666 +30 2241 028888 +30 2241 022220 Fax: +30 2241 027365 Telex: +601 292232 LROD GR E-mail: rodo@yen_gr rodoasf@yen_gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels_ GREECE 36°27'1'1 28°14'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send request for pilot 24h in advance and confirm ETA 1 h before arrival. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the harbour entrance. NOTE: POll Radiu is operated by the Heiienic Coasi Guard. SAMOS, Nisos Samos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR SMI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30 2273 027318 Fax: +30 2273 080888 Telex: +601 294143 LXS GR E-mail: samo@yen.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory_ 37°45'1'1 26°58'E (2) When it is necessary an experienced mariner is available to provide pilotage. (3) Pilot boards outside the harbour. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. SKALA, Nisos Pfitmos Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302247031321 Fax: +302247034131 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: Pilotage is not available_ SKjATHOS, Nisos Skiathos UNCTAD LOCODE: GR JSI Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 07 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2364 Telephone: +302427022017 Fax: +30 2427 023720 37°19'N 26°33'E 39°10'N 23°29'E GREECE HOURS: H24 NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. SOUDHA, Kriti (Crete) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR SDH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Port Call: Soudha Bay Port Control Limenarchian Sauda Hanion VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +30 2821 089240 Fax: +30 2821 089884 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Naval pilot will board vessels in position 35'29'∙00N 24'11'∙00E, or S of Nisida Souda. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: VHF Ch 16 is used to broadcast warnings about local Naval exercises. NOTES: (1) Prior permission to enter the port must be obtained from the Greek Naval Authorities. (2) Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. STENON Riou-ANDIRRiou UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ANT See diagram pATRAI (PATRAS) & STENON Rlou -
ANDiRRIOU VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (PATRAI section) Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) Rio Traffic co-ordinates the passage of traffic to and from the bridge and covers an area bounded by: (a) E Limit: A line joining the following positions: (i) 38'20'∙47N 21 '50'∙80E (ii) 38' 22' ∙14N 21 ' 52' ∙67E (b) W Limit: A line joining the following positions: (i) 38' 16' ∙B8N 21' 44' ∙80E (ii) 38'20'∙73N 21"41'∙19E (2) This area is Sector 2 of pATRAI VTS. CONTACT DETAfLS: Call: Rio Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 13 14 Telephone: +302634032370 Fax: +30 2634 032370 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: For details see pATRAf VTS. NOTE: All vessels intending to navigate through Sten6n Riou-Andirriou must send a position report as follows: (1) East-bound vessels: All vessels navigating in the Patraikos Kolpos (Patra"ikos Gulf) area must contact Patra Traffic on VHF Chs 13 or 14 when 12 n miles, 5 n miles and 2 n miles from the entrance of the Strait in order to obtain permission for passage. (2) West-bound vessels: All vessels navigating in the Korinthiak6s Kolpos (Korinthiak6s Gulf) area must contact Rio Traffic on VHF Chs 13 or 14 when 12 n miles 5 n miles and 2 n miles from the entrance of the Strait in order to obtain permission fo: passage. 126 STILis (STYLlS or STY LI DA) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR SYS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: PV VHF Frequency: Ch 07 12 Telephone: +30 2238 022329 +30 2238 023998 Fax: +30 2238 023998 Telex: +601 296103 YST GR E-mail: styl@yen.gr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Working launches VHF Frequency: Ch 10 HOURS: Port: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in the anchorage 0∙5 n miles S of Nisos Kaloyiros. NOTES: GREECE (1) Provides pilotage for Ayia Marina Oil Terminal (38°54'∙OON 22°35'∙00E) and Akhladhi (38°53'∙00N 22°50'∙00E). (2) Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. THESSALONiKI (SALONICA) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR SKG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 07 12 Telephone: +30231 0531645 +30 231 0531646 E-mail: thes@yen.gr Port Authority Telephone: +30231 0593112 Fax: +30231 0510500 Telex: +601 412536 THPA GR E-mail: secretariat@thpa.gr Website: www.thpa.gr Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 08 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of over 500 GT and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards within 1 n mile S of the eastern end of the breakwater. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. THisVI UNCTAD LOCODE: GR THI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: \l\\()\s Cal\". Inis'l\ 1'\10\ VHF Frequency: Ch 10 12 127 GREECE HrMr Call: Thisvi Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +30 2267 041205 (Antikyra Port Authority) +30 2264 022466 (1 st Dept of Domvraina) Fax: +30 2267 041205 (Antikyra Port Authority) +30 2264 022466 (1 st Dept of Domvraina) E-mail: ypolanti@otenet.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available via agent. (2) Berthing available HJ only, unberthing H24. (3) Pilot boards in approximate position 38'10'∙70N 22'58'-40E (between Fonias Island and Gromboloura Island). NOTE: Hr Mr is located at Andikira, 24 miles from Thisvi, and 1 st Dept of Domvraina is located at Thfsvi village, 3 miles from the port. VOLOS UNCTAD LOCODE: GR VOL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAtLS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Telephone: +30 2421 028888 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +302421 076710 +30 2421 028888 +30 2421 076720 Fax: +302421 020115 E-mail: volo@yen.gr da_volo@yen.gr Safety Navigation Office Telephone: +302421 024758 Port Authority Telephone: +302421 031226 Fax: +30 2421 031115 Telex: +601 282170 KLV GR E-mail: admin@port-volos.gr Website: www.port-volos.gr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels. (
2) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the breakwater. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. ZAKINTHOS (ZAKYNTHOS or ZANTE, Nisos Zakinthos) UNCTAD LOCODE: GR ZAN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 18 Telephone: +30 2695 028117 +302695028118 Fax: +302695048370 E-mail: zaky@yen.gr 39°21'N 22°56'E 128 129 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: GREECE (1) Pilotage is not compulsory but can be arranged through the Hr Mr. (2) Pilot boards about 0∙3 n miles from the harbour entrance. NOTE: Port Radio is operated by the Hellenic Coast Guard. CONAKRY UNCTAD lOCODE: GN CKY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots & Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 1314 Port Authority Telephone: +22430414564 Fax: +22430477284 E-mail: pac@biasy.net Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 13 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 20m in length. GUINEA 9°31'N 13°43'W (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA through the agent 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position 9°27'∙96N 13°43'∙61W. PORTKAMSAR UNCTAD lOCODE: GN KMR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: 0800-12001330-1730 LT PROCEDURE: 10
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39'N 14°38'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 45∙72m (150 It) LOA and all vessels under 45∙72m (150 It) LOA on their first call until such time (pilotage) exemption is granted by the Port Director. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 5 days, 72h and 24h in advance to the Hr Mr and/or agent (Direct contact 2000-2030 2200-2230 LT 7 days a week). (3) When approaching Rio Nunez estuary, vessels should contact pilots on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards in position lO
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29'∙50N 14°43'.]0W. BISSAU UNCTAD LOCODE: GW OXB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Port Authority Telephone: +2453204110 Fax: +245 3204114 HrMr Telephone: +2453201984 GUINEA-BISSAU 11°51'N 15°34'W GUINEA-BISSAU HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 11°49'∙70N 16°20'∙10W (0∙8 n miles SW of Ponta de Caio Lt). 'IRAN GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ports and Shipping Organization. Telephone: +98(0)21 84932553 (H24) Fax: +98(0)21 88651188 (H24) Mobile: +98(0)91 23842649 E-mail: hb-l0@ir-pso.comorhamidhed@hotmail.com PRE∙ARRIVAL ADVICE: (1) Information from the Director International Affairs, National Iranian Oil Co, Ministry of Petroleum, Islamic Republic of Iran. (2) All tankers reporting at Iranian oil terminals for loading or unloading of crude oil or petroleum products are to advise, at least 72h before their arrival, their fully authorized agent at the terminal concerned, to the terminal authorities. (3) For fuller details mariners are requested to obtain the relevant regulations (letter from the Ministry of Petroleum No 68/10058/64/0 dated 1 May 1989). (4) All vessels heading for Iranian ports should report to Bandar-e 'Abbas Port Control through Bandar-e Shahid Raja'i (Bandar-e 'Abbas) CRS on passing Ras al Kuh (25°48'∙00N 57°17'∙00E) stating their ETA at the Strait of Hormuz and destination. If clearance is not received before passing Bandar-e Shahid Rajai (2?-
11 '∙OON 56°1T∙00E) vessels should proceed to the anchorage off that port. ABAoAN UNCTAD LOCODE: IR ABD Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Abadan Port Radio (EQA) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 1825 Telephone: +98(0)631 27193 Fax: +98(0)631 26033 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24 with arrivals and departures being controlled by the tide. NOTES: (1) Provides Pilotage for Bavardeh (about 1 n mile SE of Abadan). (2) Deliveries of refined oil products of Abadan Refinery to ocean-going tankers are made at Bandar-e Mahshahr. BAN OAR IMAM KHOMEYNi UNCTAD LOCODE: IR BKM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bandar Imam Khomeyni Port Radio (EQN) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 1821 23 25 26 Telephone: +98(0)6522522451 -2522453 +98(0)652 2522455 -2522457 Fax: +98(0)651 2226902 Telex: +88612051 BNDR IR Telegraph: HARBOURMASTER BANDAR KHOMEYNI Website: www.khomeiniport.com www.bik.ir 30
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25'N 49°04'E 130 131 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. IRAN (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at Ihe Khowr-e MOsa pilot boarding position at least 48h in advance, 72h in advance if proceeding to the fertilizer complex wharf. (3) The position of vessels 24h prior to arrival at the entrance to the Khowr-e MOsa Channel should be forwarded to the Hr Mr. (4) Pilot boards near No 12 Lt buoy. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Navigational, safety and urgent information is broadcast daily at 0915 and 1715 LT by Bandar Imam Khomeyni CRS on VHF Ch 16. BANDAR TAHERi Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 12 Telephone: +98(0)21 84877172 +98(0)21 84877173 Fax: +98(0)21 84877788 Telex: +88226755 NIGC IR E-mail: info@nigc.ir Website: www.nigc.ir HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage by Berthing/Loading Master is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h in advance by telex, through the agent, with confirmation 48h, 24h, 12h and 6h prior to arrival. ETA message should contain the following information: (a) ETA (b) Summer DWT (c) Arrival displacement (d) Cargo required (e) Deballast time (f) Height of manifold when vessel is fully loaded (g) Maximum arrival/departure draught (h) LOA (i) Loading rate Ol Distance from bow to centre loading connection (k) Derrick capacity (I) Name of master (m) Number of crew (n) Consignee/charterers (0) Flag (p) Destinationllast port (q) GT/NRT (r) Call sign (3) ETA messages should also be forwarded by telex to the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC). (4) Berthing/Loading Master boards about 1 n mile south of SPM (27°39'∙30N 52°20'∙60E). NOTE: The terminal is operated by the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC). BANDAR∙E MAHSHAHR UNCTAD LOCODE: IR BMR Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: IRANMASH VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 20 26 Tankers & Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 IRAN PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA as follows: (a) 24h before arrival at Khowr-e MOsa pilot boarding position (b) When pilot is embarked (3) Pilot boards at Bandar Imam Khomeyni Anchorage (30
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25'∙00N 49°03'∙00E). BANOAR-E SHAHio RAJ'AI, including Bandar-e Shahid Bahonar UNCTAD LOCODE: IR BND Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bandar-e 'Abbiis Port Radio (EOI) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1819 21 25 Telephone: +98(0)761 5563966 +98(0)761 5563967 Fax: +98(0)761 5564056 Telex: +88214278 BNDR IR +88214287 BNDR IR Website: www.bpa.ir www.shahidrajaeeport.ir Agent VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 13 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 27°0S'N 56°04'E (2) On arrival at the anchorage vessels should contact Port Control on VHF Chs 13 or 16 and forward arrival information. (3) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Bandar-e Shahid Raj'ai: (i) Large vessels: In the anchorage area (27°04'∙00N 56°15'∙00E) (ii) Smaller vessels: Near the Fairway Lt buoy (27°04'∙30N 56°09'∙20E) (iii) Small vessels by arrangement: near the breakwater (b) Bandar-e Shahid Biihonar: 1 n mile S of entrance to port as advised by the pilot. BOSHEHR UNCTAD LOCODE: IR BUZ Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: EOM VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 18 20 22 25 81 84 Telephone: +98(0)771 2530074 +98(0)771 2530075 +98(0)771 2530077 Telex: +88 222208 Website: www.pso-bushehr.ir HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance. 29 ° OO'N 50 ° SO'E (3) To minimise delay on departure, vessels should, on arrival, inform the Port and Quarantine Office of the date and time of arrival together with ETD. (4) Pilot boards vessel in the outer anchorage, to seaward of the entrance to the dredged channel. 132 133 CHAH BAHAR UNCTAD LOCODE: IR ZBR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Chah Bahar Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 14 18 24 25 Telephone: +98(0)5452221415 Fax: +98(0)5452221215 Website: www.cpa.ir HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Pilot boards in the anchorage. JAziREH∙YE KHARK (KHARG ISLAND) UNCTAD LOCODE: IR KHK Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 12 77 Telephone: +98(0)93332381 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Berthing Master boards in the following positions: (a) Sea Island berths or main oil jetty: 1∙5 n miles E of jetty (b) Dorood Terminal: 2 n miles seaward of berth NOTE: Station also serves Sea Island berths. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: IOOC Marin VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 04 12 14 20 Telex: +88212707 Telegraph: FALAT GHAREH IOOC Telephone: +98(0)2188714102 +98(0)2188714103 +98(0)2188714104 +98(0)2188714105 +98(0)2188714106 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: IRAN 25°18'N 60
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20'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 36h and 24h, and for Darood Terminal 12h, in advance. The 36h message should contain the following information: (a) Cargo requirements and supplier (b) Deballasting time (c) Loading rate (d) ETA at anchorage (e) Arrival and departure draughts (f) Other information as required by the operators (2) Vessels should not use VHF Chs 10 12 16 and 77 for VHF intership traffic while in the anchorage and alongside. (3) A continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 should be maintained while at anchor. JAziREH∙YE LAVAN (JAZiREH.YE SHEYKH SH'EYB) UNCTAD LOCODE: IR LVP Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Lavan Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2638 Telegraph: FALAT GHAREH 26°47'N 53°21'E IRAN IOOC Telephone: +98(0)2188714102 -
8714106 Fax: +98(0)2188716345 Telex: +88212707 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h and 48h in advance by fax to +98(0)2188716345 (Production & Planning and Export Co-ordination. attention Lavan Marine). (3) Vessels should commence calling on VHF Ch 12. 4h before arrival. (4) Pilot boarding: Vessels should await the Berthing Master 2 n miles SE of the Oil Loading Terminal. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC). Tehran. JAziREH∙YE ~IRRi (~IRRIISLAND OIL TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: IR SXI Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sirri Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2638 Telegraph: FALAT GHAREH IOOC Telephone: +98(0)2188714102 -
8714106 Fax: +98(0)218 8716345 Telex: +88212707 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 25°54'N 54°33'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: VesselS-should send ETA 96h and 48h in advance by fax to +98(0)218 8716345 (Production & Planning and Export Co-ordination. attention Sirri Marine). (3) Vessels should commence calling on VHF Ch 16. 4h before arrival. (4) Pilot boarding: Vessels should await the Berthing Master 2 n miles E of the Oil Loading Terminal. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC). Tehran. KHORRAMSHAHR UNCTAD LOCODE: IR KHO Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 30
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26'N 48°09'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position. (3) Vessels should contact Khorramshahr CRS on VHF Ch 16 on arrival at the pilot boarding position to obtain berthing information. (4) Pilot boards in position 29'50'∙21N 48'47'∙10E. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Khorramshahr Port Radio (EQK) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 1825 Telephone: +98(0)6324221525 Fax: +98(0)6324221525 Website: www.khport.ir 134 135 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: IRAN (1) Messages should be sent through Khorramshahr CRS. ETA message to include the following information: (a) LOA (b) Fresh water draught (c) Details of cargo (vessels carrying explosives are not allowed to berth) (d) Other requirements (2) Berthing is normally HJ only. KHOWR-E MOsA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Khormusa Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +98(0)6522522455 +98(0)652 2522456 +98(0)652 2522457 Fax: +98(0)6522226902 Telex: +88612051 BNDR IR HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 29°53'N 49°13'E (2) Messages must be sent via Bandar-e Imam Khomeyni CRS. (3) Vessels should call Bandar-e Imam Khomeyni CRS on VHF Ch 16 on arrival at the pilot boarding position to advise ETA at the port. (4) Pilot boards at No 12 Lt buoy (29°53'-41N 49°12'∙61E). RA'S-E BARKAN OIL TERMINAL (BAHREGAN NORWUZ LOADING TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: IR IAQ Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bahregan Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 11 RT Frequency (kHz): 2638 Telegraph: FALAT GHAREH IOOC Telephone: +98(0)2188714102 -
8714106 Fax: +98(0)2188716345 Telex: +88212707 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 29°43'N 50
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10'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h and 48h in advance by fax to +98(0)218 8716345 (Production & Planning and Export Co-ordination, attention Bahregan Marine). (
3) Vessels should commence calling on VHF Ch 11, 4h before arrival. (4) Pilot boarding: Vessels should await the Berthing Master 2 n miles S of the Oil Loading Terminal. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), Tehran, and controlled by Bahregan Marine. SOROOSH TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: IR CYT Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Storage Unit (FSU) Soorena 29°01'N 49°27'E IRAN CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 72 RT Frequency (kHz): 2638 Telephone: +870762853310 (Inmarsat mini-M) +870 762853296 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +44(0)1224332559 ext 7046 Telex: +583435203610 (Inmarsat C) E-mail: fsu001@iooc.net fsu999@iooc.net IOOC Telephone: +98(0)2188714102 +98(0)2188714103 +98(0)218 8714104 +98(0)218 8714105 +98(0)218 8714106 Fax: +98(0)2188716345 Telex: +88212707 Telegraph: FALAT GHAREH HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send pre-arrival information to the terminal at least 7 days prior to accepted date range or ETA, whichever is earlier. (3) Vessels should send ETA 96h and 48h in advance by fax to +98(0)218 8716345 (Production & Planning and Export Co-ordination, attention Bahregan Marine). ETA should also be advised to the terminal 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (4) Vessels should commence calling on VHF Ch 72, 4h before arrival. (5) Pilot boarding: Vessels should await the Berthing Master 2 n miles SE of the Oil Loading Terminal. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), Tehran, and controlled by Bahregan Marine. IRAQ GENERAL NOTES INFORMATION FOR VESSELS BOUND FOR IRAQI PORTS: Inside Iraqi territorial waters all ships should listen for instructions on VHF Ch 16. IRAQ EMBARGO: (1) Background: At the request of the Iraqi Government and in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCR) 1483, 1546 and 1790, the Multinational Force Iraq (MNF-I) continues to operate in the Northern Arabian Gulf (NAG). This force is authorized to conduct maritime security operations to prevent the unauthorized trade of arms and related material, to perform customary defence missions on behalf of the Iraqi Government and to take all necessary measures to contribute to the maintenance of security and stability in Iraq. (2) Action: All vessels en route to and from Iraqi ports are subject to query, and may be subject to boarding and inspection by the MSF until further notice. This notice affects vessels traversing or preparing to traverse Iraqi territorial waters, the Khawr 'Abd Allah, Shatl al 'Arab and Iraq's offshore AI Basrah and Khawr al Amaya oil terminals. (a) Inspections are conducted to verify compliance with relevant UNSCR's and to contribute to the maintenance of security and stability in Iraq. The intent is to conduct thorough inspections with minimum disruption to maritime commerce. (b) All cleared vessels will be permitted to proceed to their next port of call upon inspection completion. (c) Any vessel carrying unauthorized arms and related material or other cargo that could jeopardize the maintenance of security and stability in Iraq will be detained and turned over to the Iraqi Government for appropriate action in accordance with Iraqi law. Specifically, violations may result in the seizure and confiscation of cargo by the Iraqi Government. Additionally, the Master and crew members of vessels carrying such cargo are subject to arrest, detention and prosecution under Iraqi law. (d) Strict adherence to the procedures in this notice will minimize delays associated with such inspections. Iraqi port status, categories of vessel traffic that can be accepted, and other restrictions will be published via separate notice by the Iraqi Government. (e) Hydrographic conditions of Iraqi ports and connecting waterways will also be published via separate notice by the Iraqi Government. (f) Parties wishing to dispatch vessels to Iraqi ports are advised to review these notices and contact the Iraqi Port Authority for current entry protocol and restrictions. 136 137 IRAQ (3) Checkpoint: Vessels bound for or departing from Iraqi ports and offshore oil terminals must pass within a five nautical mile radius of latitude 29∙35' ∙OON and longitude 48∙53' ∙OOE. Approaching vessels must contact the Maritime Security Force Commander on VHF Ch 16 within 5 n miles of this point and be prepared to respond to MSF queries. (4) Notification: All shipping must be co-ordinated with the Iraqi Port Authority or State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO). (5) Cargo Documentation: Documentation for Iraq bound cargo must include the items listed below: (a) An original manifest describing the cargo, as well as its location in the vessel, must be onboard. The original manifest must include the Port of Origin, Ports of Call, complete business names and addresses of all shippers and consignees and final destination of all cargo. A complete business address must include, the street address, a prominent identifiable geographic location, or a post office box, contact person, name or recipient ministry or entity, an e-mail address plus a telephone number or fax number. (b) Consignee names and addresses on all cargo must match the manifest. (c) The manifest must bear an original signature of the vessel's Master or Chief Officer. The manifest may be on shippers letterhead, fax, photocopy or computer printout, but it must bear an original signature. (d) The original manifest may consist of more than one document if there are amendments that list cargo dropped off at a given port or correct the original manifest. These amendments may originate from the shipper or carrier. Since additional documents may be transmitted to a vessel by telegram or fax, they need not bear an original signature. However, the Master is required to certify in writing that the amended manifest accurately reflects what is on board the vessel. (6) Incomplete Documentation: Iraq bound vessels which are determined to have incomplete cargo manifests, to be otherwise in violation of requirements listed in paragraph 5 of this advisory or Iraqi laws, may be detained by the MSF for turn over to the Iraqi Government or diverted to last port of call until appropriate conditions are met. (7) Petroleum Imports and Exports: Trade in petroleum products is controlled by the Iraqi Government. Iraqi law authorizes the seizure and confiscation of vessels found in violation of any petroleum import or export authorization. All petroleum imports and exports are handled through SOMO or its agent the Iraqi South Oil Company (SOC). Only those oil shipments verified to be under valid SO MO contract, or otherwise specifically authorized by the Iraqi government will be allowed to pass. SOMO can be contacted by fax on +870 763705020. (8) Vessel Documentation: Vessels must maintain sufficient indicia of flag state registry, such as the original Certificate of Registry, on board at all times the vessel is in operation. Stateless vessels or vessels without valid safety and environmental protection certificates are not welcome in Iraq. (a) Questionable Registry: Vessels with questionable registry may be delayed in obtaining clearance to proceed or face detention and other penalties upon arrival in Iraqi ports. (b) Invalid Registry: Vessels presenting Certificates of Registry confirmed to be invalid will be denied entry into Iraq, and could be subject to arrest by the Iraqi Government. (9) Personnel Identification: All crew members on Iraq bound vessels must possess valid seaman's documents or passports. All passengers en route Iraq must possess valid passports or other identification documents acceptable under Iraqi law or regulation. (10) Ferries and Passenger Vessels: Ferries or passenger vessels traversing the Iraqi Maritime Security Force checkpoint will be subject to the following requirements: (
a) Vessels carrying passengers only (with no commercial cargo capacity) may arrange for an expeditious transit through the checkpoint by forwarding a certified passenger list at least 36 hours prior to transit by fax or letter to the Iraqi Port Authority. Additionally, ten days prior to first transit forward a certified attestation by fax or letter from a recognized member of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) that the vessel in fact has no cargo carrying capacity. (b) A passenger vessel arriving at the Iraqi Maritime Security Force checkpoint that has not complied with the requirements of paragraph 10 (a), will be held until authorized by the Iraqi Port Authority to enter port. The passenger vessel may be boarded and inspected while awaiting authorization. (11) Query/Boarding Procedures: MSF units querying passing vessels will identify themselves as Maritime Security Force Warship (or aircraft) and may give an identifying number. (a) Merchant vessels will be expected to provide the following information in response to query: (i) Name (ii) Flag (iii) International radio call sign or distinctive letters assigned by flag state (iv) Cargo quantity and description (with exception of military cargo) (v) Agent (vi) Last port of call and date departed (vii) Next port of call and estimated arrival (viii) Date of arrival and departure IRAQ (b) Following query, vessels may be cleared to proceed or directed to standby for boarding. Vessels directed to standby for boarding will be boarded as expeditiously as possible, with due regard for weather conditions and vessel characteristics. Coalition vessels conducting boardings will endeavour to provide advance notice of boarding team arrival whenever possible. (12) Boarding/Security Sweep: Boarding teams will advise vessels of requirements to muster crew and account for any watchkeepers prior to boarding. All directions from the coalition vessel should be followed explicitly to avoid misunderstanding. If any direction is not understood, the vessel's Master should ask for clarification. Merchant crews should not take offence at security sweeps, and should not interfere with them. Remain in locations designated until cleared to move about the vessel by the boarding team. (13)Vessel Inspection: Vessel Masters can facilitate the inspection process by opening hatch covers and making other reasonable preparations prior to the arrival of the boarding team. The vessel's Certificate of Registry, cargo documentation, and crew passports or seaman's books should be available for inspection by the boarding officer. Boarding teams may require copies of some documents. WARNING AND EXCLUSION ZONES AROUND TERMINALS: (1) All mariners are advised to remain clear of coalition maritime security forces and to identify themselves and make their intentions known when operating in the vicinity of coalition warships. (2) If queried, mariners should clearly identify themselves and state their intentions and, if given directions from coalition warships, they should immediately execute such directions so as to make their intentions known. Mariners are reminded that coalition warships are prepared to take defensive measures, including, if necessary, the use of deadly force against any contact whose identity or intentions are unknown and which subjectively poses a threat. (3) Warning Zones and Exclusion Zones are established around the Khawr AI Amaya Terminal (KAAOT) and the AI Ba~rah Oil Terminal (ABOT), as follows: (a) KAAOT Warning Zone: The Warning Zone extends 3000m from the outer edge of the terminal structure, in all directions, creating a racetrack shape 6990rn long by 6107m wide, oriented NW to SE, centred on the terminal. This Warning Zone is complementary to the Exclusion Zone established and detailed later in this advisory. (b) ABOT Warning Zone: The Warning Zone extends 3000m from the outer edge of the terminal structure, in all directions, creating a racetrack shape 7030m long by 6107m wide, oriented NW to SE, centred on the terminal. This Warning Zone is complementary to the Exclusion Zone established and detailed later in this advisory. (4) Vessels are to remain clear of the Warning Zones for all but essential transits. If transit requires entry into the Warning Zone, vessels are to contact coalition maritime security forces on VHF Ch 16, identify themselves and make transit intentions known. If coalition maritime security forces order a vessel to depart the Warning Area, the vessel should immediately depart. Such direction will be given only when necessary to keep the vessel from standing into danger or when it is considered by the coalition forces that the vessel's presence constitutes a direct subjective threat to either oil terminal. No fishing or anchoring is permitted in the Warning Zones in any way or form whatsoever. (5) ABOT and KAAOT Exclusion Zones: Around each terminal there is an Exclusion Zone which extends 2000m from the outer edges of the terminal structures in all directions. The right of innocent passage is temporarily suspended in accordance with international law in the KAAOT and ABOT Exclusion Zones. (6) VLCC traffic to the terminals is expected to remain at high levels indefinitely. In addition to berthing and departing VLCCs and assisting tugs, coalition warships conducting maritime security patrols manoeuvre unpredictably within the Warning and Exclusion Zones. (7) Only tankers and support vessels authorised by terminal operators or coalition maritime security forces are allowed to enter the Exclusion Zones. Vessels attempting to enter the Zones without authorisation may be subjected to defensive measures, including when necessary, the use of deadly force. All reasonable efforts including established pre-planned responses will be taken to warn vessels away before employing deadly force. Deadly force will be employed when necessary to protect coalition maritime security forces, legitimate shipping present in the Exclusion Zones and the oil terminals. (8) Questions regarding this advisory may be directed to: (a) Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, IZMS Coordinator (N31CGA), FPO AE 09501 6008. Telephone: +973 17854627 or +973 17854839, Fax +973 17859117 or +973 17854344, or (b) The U.S. Liaison Office (MARLO) Bahrain, AOH Duty Telephone: +973 39401395, Office Telephone: +97317853925, Fax: +97317853930. 138 139 AL BA~RAH TERMINAL (AL BAKR TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: IQ BSR Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Operators E-
mail: newsomo@hotmail.com newsomo@yahoo.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 15∙85m draft. IRAQ 29°41'N 48°49'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the terminal 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Port of registry (c) Flag (d) IMO No and Official No (e) NRT and GT (f) LOA and beam (g) Master's name (h) Crew list (i) Destination U) Purpose of voyage (k) ISPS level (I) ISSG No (3) Vessels must contact the Maritime Security Forces (MSF) on VHF Ch 16 within a 5 n mile radius of the Checkpoint (29'35'∙OON 48'53'∙OOE). See GENERAL NOTES. (4) Vessels should contact the terminal on VHF Ch 16, 5h before arrival at the Fairway Lt buoy (see also NOTES). (5) Pilot boards in position 29'20'∙OON 49'03'∙OOE (in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy). NOTES: (1) Vessels unable to contact the terminal by VHF at the stated time may contact the terminal when approaching the pilot boarding position. (2) It has been reported that pilot boards in the vicinity of buoy 14 (29' 38' ∙32N 48'50'∙18E) unless specifically requested to board elsewhere by the vessel's Master. KHAWR AL AMAYA TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: IQ KHA Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Operators E-mail: newsomo@hotmail.com newsomo@yahoo.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 29°47'N 48°48'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the terminal 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Port of registry (c) Flag (d) IMO No and Official No (e) NRT and GT (I) LOA and beam (g) Master's name (h) Crew list (i) Destination U) Purpose of voyage (k) ISPS level (I) ISSG No IRAQ (3) Vessels must contact the Maritime Security Forces (MSF) on VHF Ch 16 within a 5 n mile radius of the Checkpoint (29°35'∙00N 48°53'∙00E). See GENERAL NOTES. (4) Pilot boards in position 29°20'∙00N 49°03'∙00E (in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy). UMM QA~R (KHAWR AZ ZUBAYR HARBOUR CONTROL) UNCTAD LOCODE: IQ UQR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: River Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Harbour Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for designated vessels. (2) River pilots board in position 29°41'∙00N 48°46'∙00E. (3) Harbour pilots board near No 36 Lt buoy (30
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00'∙02N 4?-58'∙00E). NOTES: (1) This information is subject to considerable change at short notice. (2) For further details see Admiralty Sailing Directions NP 63 Persian Gulf Pilot (2008 Edition). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Radio Call: Umm Qa~r Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Khawr az Zubayr Port Telephone: +9640780 1815784 E-mail: khoralzubair@iraqports.com HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels bound for Umm Qa~r or Khawr az Zubayr carrying commercial or humanitarian cargo should contact Umm Qa~r Port on VHF Chs 16 or 12 for the latest details concerning navigation in the Khawr 'Abd Allah. Vessels should pass their ETA 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival and should also report inward-bound and outward-
bound when passing buoys No 23 and 24. (2) M
ilitary vessels destined for Umm Qa~r should co-ordinate their transit with COMUSNAVCENT. NOTE: Umm Qa~r Port and Khawr az Zubayr Port are managed by the Iraqi Port Authority. ISRAEL GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Administration of Shipping and Ports. Telephone: +972(0)4 8632097 Fax: +972(0)4 8632133 Mobile: +972(0)50 6212332 E-mail: tsura@mol.gov.il SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM: For details see ISRAEL -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM. 140 141 AKKO UNCTAD LOCODE: IL AKK Terminal AREA: ISRAEL A restricted entry area has been established within the following positions: (1) 32°53'∙80N 35°04'∙60E (2) 32°53'∙80N 35°04'10E (3) 32°54'∙40N 35°04'∙10E (4) 32°54'∙40N 35°04'∙60E CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all merchant vessels calling at the terminal and for all oil tankers and merchant vessels carrying, or which have been carrying, petroleum, gas or chemical products, on passage to and from ~efa (Haifa) to Akko. (2) Pilotage is available HJ. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the agent through ~efa (Haifa) CRS at least 12h in advance of arrival at the pilot boarding position. (4) Vessels should establish VHF contact with the pilots 2h in advance of arrival at the pilot boarding position. (5) Pilot boarding: See ~EFA (HAIFA) for pilot boarding positions. ASHDOD UNCTAD LOCODE: IL ASH Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilot Station & PV VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA through ~efa (Haifa) CRS at least 12h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 31°51'∙30N 34°36'∙90E. NOTE: Provides pilotage for ASHQELON. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tatzpit Ashdod VHF Frequency: Ch 1416; 121417 Telephone: +972(0)88512211 Fax: +972(0)88524202 Telegraph: ASHNAM ASHDOD Website: www.ashdodport.org.il HOURS: H24 ASHQELON UNCTAD LOCODE: IL AKL Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by ASHDOD. PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA directly or through the agent 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 31"41'∙14N 34°28'53E (b) 31°40'65N 34°29'-45E (c) 31"40'∙25N 34°29'∙13E ISRAEL Oil Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Delek VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Telephone: +972(0)86740205 Fax: +972(0)8 6735971 Website: www.eapc.co.il/ashkelon-port-info.html HOURS: H24 EILAT UNCTAD LOCODE: IL ETH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Yamit Eilat VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16; 12 14 Pilots Telephone: +972(0)5972198 +972(0)59 73291 HrMr Telephone: +972(0)5971319 (Office hours) +972(0)59 76868 (AOH) Port Manager Telephone: +972(0)59 72916 (Office hours) +972(0)59 72387 (AOH) Telegraph: NAMSUF EILAT HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (
2) Vessels bound for anchorage should contact Port Control to obtain anchoring position. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port of Eilat: 0∙3 n miles SE of the North Oil Jetty (b) Oil Terminal: 29°29'∙95N 34°55'∙68E (8 cables E of Eilat Port Lt) Oil Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Delek VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Website: www.eapc.co.il/eilat-port-info.html HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (
I) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (2) Any changes in ETA in excess of 6h must be notified immediately. (
3) When within VHF range, but no less than 1 h from Eilat, vessels should contact the Terminal to obtain further instructions. HADERA TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: IL HAD Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +972(0)6225577 Fax: +972(0)6343034 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels berthing at the terminal. (2) Vessels should advise ETA to the cargo receiver or local agent. (3) Vessels should establish contact on VHF Ch 10 when within VHF range. (4) Pilot boards in position 32°29'∙25N 34°51'∙27E. 142 143 HEFA (HAIFA) lJNCTAD LOCODE: IL HFA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tatzpit Haifa VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Telephone: +972(0)48518111 Fax: +972(0)48674853 Website: www.haifaport.org.il Harbour Coordinator Telephone: +972(0)4460323 Fax: +972(0)4410572 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ISRAEL (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all commercial vessels and foreign warships, and is available H24. (2) Tankers should co-ordinate procedures and pilot boarding position with Hefa (Haifa) Port Control on VHF Chs 12 14 or 16. -
(3) Pilot boards 0∙5-1∙5 n miles N of the main breakwater. ISRAEL∙ SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: Israeli Navy Fax: +972(0)36064567 E-mail: shipping@idf.gov.il shipping@yam.netvision.net.il HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) All vessels (including small craft) bound for Israeli ports are required to transmit an "IMOT Report" when 1 00 n miles off the Israeli coast (or 25 n miles for small craft). The report must be sent to the Israeli Navy by fax or e-mail. (2) The Israeli Navy will confirm receipt by Inmarsat C. (3) The report should state the following information: (a) Vessel's name (and previous name) (b) Call sign (c) Flag and port of registry (d) IMO number (e) MMSI (f) Satellite telephone and telex numbers (g) Year of build (h) GT (i) Type of vessel and cargo on board U) Number of crew and passengers (k) Agent's name, telephone and fax (I) Name of owner and operator (m) Is vessel holding a valid International Ship's Security Certificate (ISPS)? (n) Security level on board (1, 2 or 3) (0) Last and previous port, date of departure (p) Port of destination (q) Position, course and speed (r) ETA (UTC) (s) Crew list, including: Name, rank, nationality, residence (country and city). age, gender, seniority in company, date of signing-on, passport and S8 number. (4) Vessel's agents may be requested to furnish additional details to be submitted 48h prior to arrival according to evaluation of the nature of the last port of call. (5) If vessel is not equipped with Inmarsat or if communication cannot be established, the IMOT Report may be sent via ~efa (Haifa) CRS. For further details see ALRS Volume 1 (1). (6) Vessels which do not transmit the "IMOT Report" according to the stated procedure, or do not comply with the IS PS code, will not be permitted to enter Israeli territorial waters. (7) All vessels shall report to the Israeli Navy on VHF Ch 16 when 25 n miles off the Israeli coast. The report should state the following information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Present position, course and speed (c) ETA ITALY See diagram ITALY PORTS. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Italian Coast Guard Headquarters, Safety and Security Department. Telephone: +39 OS 59084551 Fax: +39 OS 59084918 Mobile: +39 3298073784 E-mail: uff1.repS.cogecap@infrastrutturetrasporti.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.it ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP): For details of the Adriatic Traffic Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation v/11, see SHI P REPORTING SYSTEMS. SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM: For details of the Italian Automated Search and Rescue System (ARES) see ITALY -SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM. BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP): For details see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, FRANCE AND ITALY -BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP). EUROPEAN COUNCil DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/10S/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table: PARTICIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta r-
Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int 144 47° 80 10° 46° 45° Savona Genova Quiliano Santa Margherita Ligure Terminal 43° 41° 40° 38° 37" 36° 35° 34° 8° • Portoferraio 10° Livorno 12° Porto Santo Stefano Civitavecchia Fiumicino Ponza. Marsala Mazara del Vallo ~ Pantelleria • Lampedusa 12° 145 14° 16° 18° ITALY Ports San Senedetto del Tronto 14° ADRIREP See SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS Vasto Torre del Greco Torre Annunziata Vieste C stellammare di Stabia Salerno 16° Sari Mola di Sari onopoli 18° 47° ~ ~ !< § l)! i1 46° 8 45° 44° 43° 42° 39° 38° 37" 36° 35° 34° ITALY CALL: The following call is applicable to ports in Italy, Sicilia & Sardegna: Call: (Name of Port) Capitaneria ALASSIO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT ALS Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +390182640861 Fax: +390182646688 E-mail: alassio@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800-2000 LT (Summer) 0800-2400 LT (Winter) ALGHERO, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT AHO Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39079953174 Fax: +39 079 984606 E-mail: alghero@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 AMALFI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT AMA Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch t 6; 14 Telephone: +39089871366 Fax: +39 089 871366 HOURS: 0800-2400 ANCONA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT AOI Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Ancona VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39071 54297 Fax: +39 071 200508 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all tankers and vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Before arriving in the roads of Ancona, vessels should contact the pilot and Maritime Authorities on VHF Chs 16 or 12 in order to be allocated an anchorage berth (3) A continuous listening watch should be maintained after anchoring and for the complete duration of stay in the roads. (4) Pilot boards within 1 n mile of the port entrance, or further out on request (in bad weather, at the entrance). 146 147 Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Call: Ancona Port Captain VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39071 2074697 Fax: +39071 2074697 Telegraph: COMPAMARE ANCONA E-mail: ancona@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Telephone: +39 071 207891 Fax: +39 071 2078940 E-mail: info@autoritaportuale.ancona.it Website: www.autoritaportuale.ancona.it HOURS: Hr Mr: 0800-2000 ANZIO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT ANZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 1213 14 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +3906 9846235 +39 06 9844525 Fax: +39 06 9844683 E-mail: anzio@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.iVanzio HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of more than 200 GT. Entering port HN is not advised. (2) Arriving vessels should contact the pilot on VHF to arrange anchorage allocation, and maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 12 and 16. (3) The correct (arrival) draught should be given to the pilot on boarding, this information will be verified and then signalled to the Hr Mr. (4) Entry and exit movements are prohibited in adverse meteorological and maritime conditions. (5) Vessels must send a report on completion of anchoring, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Flag, number and port of registration (c) Length and GT (d) Type and quantity of cargo (if the vessel is empty, the nature of the last cargo to be carried) (e) Time of anchoring and estimated length 01 stay (f) Position of anchor berth, updated for any changes (g) Number of personnel onboard (h) Purpose of anchoring (i) Any damage/anomalies/deficiencies which could develop into emergency situations (6) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles SE of the Molo Frangiflulli Lt (41 °26'∙60N 12°38'∙28E). ARBATAX, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT ATX Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39 0782 667878 Fax: +390782667093 E-mail: arbatax@guardiacostiera.it ITALY HOURS: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available and can be requested via VHF Ch 16. (2) Vessels enter HJ only and depart H24. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile NE of the head of Molo di Levante. AUGUSTA, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT AUG Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Augusta VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390931521967 +39 0931 976818 Fax: +39 0931 976166 E-mail: piloti_augsira@tiscali.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 37°12'N 15°14'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards lto 2 n miles E of the harbour entrance (3 n miles for larger vessels) (in bad weather, inside the breakwater). Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390931 978922 Fax: +390931 978009 E-mail: augusta@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.augoLiVporto Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 08 11 Berthing VHF Frequency: Ch 08 HOU RS: Hr Mr: 0800-2000 Berthing and Tugs: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance to Hr Mr Augusta, and include the following information: (a) Request for pilot (b) Name of agent (c) Reason for call (d) Last port of call and sailing date (e) Cargo details (2) 12h before entering Italian territorial waters, vessels should send the following information: (a) Vessel's name and nationality (b) Call sign (c) GT, DWT, LOA and max draught (d) ETA at Augusta pilot station (e) Information stated in section (1) (b)-(e) as required at the 24h message (f) Information relating to certificates (ships, IMO and others as required) (9) Any mechanical defects (if applicable) (3) Vessels should confirm ETA 1 h in advance. (4) Tugs are available on request to the Pilot Station, use VHF Ch 12, order 30 mins in advance. NOTE: Vessels W of a line joining Peninsola Magnisi and Capo S. Crace LIs should not use VHF Chs 08 10 11 12 or 68, except in connection with pilotage, manoeuvres and the lunctions listed under PROCEDURE. BAGNARA CALABRA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT BCB Pori CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390966371303 38°17'N 15°48'E 148 149 ITALY HOURS: 0700∙1300 BAGNOll 40°43'1\1 -W10'E UNCTAD LOCO DE: IT BLN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 09 12 Telephone: +39081 7232272 Fax: +39 081 206149 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 10 HOURS: Pilots & Port: H24 Tugs: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels in port should send pilotage requests 1 h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 1∙2 n miles W of Porto Paone (I di Nisida). BARI 41 °09'N 16°51'E UNCTAD LOCODE: IT BRI ~or "Q.I\Rl \\ See. Po..~e. !.tt9. ~ g. t\.\ct 8' BARLETIA 41 °20'N 16°18'E UNCTAD LOCODE: IT BLT Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Corpo Piloti Barletta VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +393406073386 Fax: +39 0883 484181 BARI UNCTil.D LOCODE: IT BRI See diagram BARI VESSEL TRAFRC SERVICE. Pilots AREA: The compulsory pilotage area lies within the lollowing limits: 41 °09'N 16°51'E (1) Inward-bound vessels: An arc 01 radius 1 n mile centred on the Lt at the end of the Nuovo Malo Foraneo Breakwater (41'08'∙87N lS'SO'∙90E). (2) Outward-bound vessels: An arc 01 radius 0∙5 n miles centred on the Lt at the end of the Malo S. Cataldo Breakwater (41'08'∙53N 16'SI'∙16E). CONTACT DETAilS: VHF Frequency: Ch t 6; 12 Telephone: +39 080 5211507 E-mail: corpopilotibari@hotmail.com HOURS:H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over when entering or leaving the port of Bari and for movements within the port, except for shifting along the same quay. (2) Pilotage is not compulsory for the following: (a) Warships (b) Vessels cif less than SOO GT (c) Fishing vessels (d) Tugs (a) Vessels used in IocaJ traffic and in port services (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels shoukl send request for pilot 24h in advance. (4) Pilotage by VHF is available for vessels less than 2000 GT and require the use of a tug, provided the onboard command has a working knowledge of the Italian language. (5) Vessels subject to compulsory pilotage should contact the pilots on VHF Ch 12 when within range. (6) Pilot boards in position 41'09'∙52N 16'49'∙91E. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS area is bounded by lines joining the following positions: (a) 41'09'∙50N IS'46'.QOE (b) 41'24'∙SON 16'S9'∙OOE (c) 41'19'∙OON 17"30'∙OOE (d) 41'OO'∙00N 17"14''()()E (2) A precautionary area has been established, bounder tJy lines joining the following positions: (a) 41'WOON IS'43''(}OE (b) 41'27"OON 16'S8'∙OOE (c) 41'20'∙SON 17'35'∙00E (d) 40'58'∙50N 17'IS'.QOE DESCRtPTION: The Bari VTS provides the following services: (1) Traffic Organisation Service: Provides for safe and effICient vessel traffic movements within the VTS area (2) Navigation Assistance Service: Assists onboard navigational decision making and monitors its effects. (3) Infonmation Service: Provides information regarding the safety of navigation within the VTS area with emphasis on: (a) Traffic movements in the vicinity of the port of Bari (b) Rshing vessel activity (c) Stonn and adverse weather warnings (d) Sporting events and religious festivals (e) The presence of vessels with lim~ed manoeuvrability or vessels carrying out trials within the area (~ Search and Rescue activities and incidents of pollution (g) Any Hoating objects which pose a hazard to navigation (4) Additionally the service provides local weather, anchorage and communication failure infonnation fQ( vessels inward-bound and outward∙bound lorifrom the port of Bari. CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Bari VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39 080 5281511 +39 080 S2t 6860 +39 080 5281546 (Operations) +39080 5281544 (Operations) Fax: +39 080 5211726 E-mail: bari@guardiacostieran HOURS:H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory ior the following: (a) Vessels 01300 GT and over (b) Rshing vessels of 45m LOA and over (c) Pleasure craft of 45m LOA and over (2) Participation is optional for the following: (a) Italian or allied warships (b) Vessels belonging to a member country of the European Union used tor non-
commercial public service (c) Rshing vessels, traditional vessels and pleasure craft of less than 45m LOA (3) Inward-bound vessels: Vessels should contact Bari VTS as follows: (a) When entering the VTS Precautionary Area (b) When entering the VTS area (c) 3 n miles from the port (cl) On embarking the pilot (e) When alongside the berth (finished with main engines) (4) Vessels should contact the VTS on VHF Ch 16 well in advance, reporting their time of arrival at the TSS and to request anchorage information if required. (5) Outward-bound vessels: Vessels should contact Bari VTS as follows: (a) When ready to leave the berth (b) When disembarking the pilot (c) On leaving the TSS (cl) On exiting the VTS area (6) Vessels transiting the VTS area: Vessels should contact Bari VTS before entering the VTS area. Port CONTACT DETAtlS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39080 5281511 Fax: +39 080 521 1726 E-mail: bari@guardiacostiera.rt Port Authority Telephone: +39 080 578851 t Fax: +39 080 5245449 E-mail: aplevante@aplevante.org Website: www.aplevante.org Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: Port: 0800-2000 LT Tugs: 0700-1900 LT PROCEDURE: Vessels carrying dangerous liquid chemical products are subject to specific authorisation whICh must be requested from the Hr Mr at least 72h in advance of ETA. -2S' -
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42'∙6ON 18°04'∙60E (Outward-bound only) INFORMATION: The Maritime Monnoring Service provides information on the following: (1) The arrangements and provisions issued by the Brindisi Ports Authority (COMPAMARE) or the Harbour Authority concerning the control of activities which can be undertaken within the port limits. (2) Local meteorologicaVmarine conditions. (3) Announcements conceming shipping agents and cargoes. 150 -
151 Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390831 521022 +390831 521023 Fax: +390831 568113 Telegraph: COMPAMARE BRINDISI E-mail: brindisi@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.porto.br.it Montedison Refinery VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +39080742855 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods must report to the Port Captain (Hr Mr) 36h in advance (48h in advance for vessels intending to load or unload) (see GENERAL NOTES). (2) Foreign vessels or vessels over 300 tons must send a request for berthing at least 24h before ETA to the Hr Mr. (3) In default of (2) above, vessels must contact the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 12 (0800-
2000 LT) before anchoring in the anchorage area. Vessels must also make contact on leaving the area. After 2000 LT, vessels must contact Hr Mr's Operations on VHF Ch 16. CAGLlARI, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CAG Pilots LOCATION: Molo Capitaneria CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 Telephone: +39 070 652929 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over. (2) Pilot boards in position 39° 11 '∙15N 9°06'∙35E (in the vicinity of the beacon) (
within 1 n mile of the harbour entrance). Vessel Traffic Service CONTACT DETAILS: Operations Centre VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 PROCEDURE: (1) In order to allow the Maritime Authority to authorise movements within Cagliari Roads and for the Operation Centre to track by radar all vessels using the Traffic Separation Scheme (through the Vessel Traffic Service), the following Convergence Points have been established: (a) P (39° 1Q'∙OON 9°07'∙50E) for vessels bound for the commercial port (b) Y (39°09'∙50N 9°06'∙00E) for vessels bound for the Canal-Port (c) a (39°03'∙80N 9°06'∙1 OE) for vessels bound for Sarroch (2) Masters of vessels close to arrival at these Points must report to the Operations Centre (VHF Chs 16 or 14) or the pilots, in order to declare the characteristics of their vessels or the nature of the cargo. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39070605172 Fax: +39 070 656060 E-mail: cagliari@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.porto.cagliari.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 ITALY HOURS: Hr Mr: 0800-2000 Tugs: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels on passage close to craft being used for construction works should proceed at a very slow speed, manoeuvre with caution, paying attention to any signals and maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 12. CANNETO 01 LlPARI, Isole Eolie UNCTAD LOCODE: IT LIP Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390909880819 +39 090 9813222 (Emergency) Fax: +390909811320 E-mail: lipari@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 CARLOFORTE, Isola di San Pietro, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT ClF Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PORTO 01 SANT' ANTIOCO (PONTE ROMANO). PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for the passage of Canale di San Pietro. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39 0781 854023 Fax: +39 0781 854023 E-mail: carloforte@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 CASTELLAMMARE 01 STABIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CAS Pilots and Port AREA: The Compulsory Pilotage Area is an area bounded by the coast and by the circumference of a circle, radius 1 n mile centred on Molo Foraneo Lt (40
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41'∙90N 14°28'∙42E). CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +39335452416 (Mobile) Fax: +39 081 8711240 E-mail: post@pilotiportLit Website: www.pilotiportLit Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 Telephone: +390818711086 +39081 8711077 Fax: +39081 8710078 E-mail: compcs@tin.it Hr Mr E-mail: castellammaredistabia@guardiacostiera.it 152 153 HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. ITALY (2) All vessels arriving in the roads must report to the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 16 in order to obtain an anchor berth, and thereafter maintain a continuous watch. (3) Pilot boards in position 40
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42'∙60N W27'∙35E. CATANIA,Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CTA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Telephone: +39095531906 +39 095 531900 Fax: +39 095 530870 E-mail: piloti.ct@tin.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Request for pilots may be sent by VHF or by telephone. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h in advance through the agent. (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile from lhe port entrance. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390957474111 Fax: +39 095 533962 E-mail: catania@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Telephone: +39 095 535888 Fax: +39 095 535888 E-mail: info@porto.catania.it Website: www.porto.catania.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT CERVIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CEV Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39054472355 Fax: +39 0544 72355 E-mail: cervia@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 CHIOGGIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CHI Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Chioggia VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39041 5506661 Fax: +39 041 5506442 ITALY HOURS: 0700-1900 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilots on VHF Ch 16 to the Port Captain. (3) Pilot boards 1∙5 n miles E of breakwaters. NOTE: Provides pilotage for PORTO LEVANTE. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39 041 5508211 Fax: +39 041 5508204 E-mail: chioggia@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.portodichioggia.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: 0700-1900 LT CIVITAVECCHIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CVV Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Piloti Civitavecchia VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +39 0766 366361 +39 0766 366362 Fax: +390766366362 E-mail: operativo@piloticivitavecchia.eu Website: www.piloticivitavecchia.eu Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 15 Telephone: +390766366201 Fax: +39 0766 366415 Telegraph: COMPAMARE CIVITAVECCHIA E-mail: civitavecchia@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.iVcivitavecchia Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port Authority Telephone: +39076635993 Fax: +390766501717 Website: www.port-of-rome.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) No berthing HN for tankers. (3) Pil
ot boards within 1 n mile of the harbour entrance. NOTE: All vessels transiting in the Traffic Separation Scheme (TS5) facing the entrance to Porto di Civitavecchia are required to maintain a continuous watch on VHF Chs 16 and 14. CORIGLlANO CALABRO UNClAD LOCODE: IT CGC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390983851319 Fax: +39 0983 851399 E-mail: circomare_corigliano.cal@tin.it 154 155 HrMr E-mail: coriglianocalabro@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800-2000 PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Pilotage is not compulsory but is recommended due to variable wind conditions. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 24h in advance. (3) Before anchoring it is necessary to contact the local Maritime Authority on VHF Chs 16 or 14 for the necessary authorisation. (4) Pilot boards 1∙5 n miles from the harbour entrance. CROTONE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT CRV Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Crotone VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39096227906 Fax: +390962 27906 E-mail: pilotikr@tiscali.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot boards in the waiting area 1 n mile from the Molo Faraneo Hd Lt on the alignment between the Lt and the Luna A platform (39°06'∙80N lJ010'∙90E). NOTE: Provides pilotage for Punta Alice. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390962611603 +390962611601 Fax: +39 0962 902094 E-mail: crotone@guardiacostiera.it Port Website: www.portodicrotone.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: Port: 0700-1900 LT Tugs: H24 FALCONARA MARITIIMA OFFSHORE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: IT FAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 10 Telephone: +390719167370 Telegraph: PETROAPI FALCONARA PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should contact the pilot on VHF Chs 16 or 12 in order to be allocated an anchorage berth. (4) A continuous listening watch should be maintained after anchoring. ITALY FANO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT FAO Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Fano Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390721 801329 Fax: +39 0721 801329 E-mail: fano@guardiacostiera.it FINALE LlGURE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT FNL Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +39019690985 Fax: +39019690959 E-mail: finaleligure@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Telephone: +39019 603290 Fax: +39 019 6049756 E-mail: porto@comunefinaleligure.it Website: www.comunefinaleligure.it HOURS: H24 FIUMICINO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT FCO Pilots LOCATION: Fiumicino Canal Entrance CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for tankers berthing at the platforms and for all vessels transiting the canal and river. (2) Pitot boards within the Pilotage Zones (The Pilotage Zones lie within 1 n mile of both the entrance to the port-canal and the platforms). Navigation Control AREA: (I) There are three zones as follows: (a) Local Traffic Zone (b) Inshore (Coastal) Traffic Zone (c) Offshore (High Seas) Traffic Zone (2) The limits of these zones are depicted on Admiralty Charts. DESCRIPTION: Traffic Zones have been established in the waters between Fosso Cupino and Tor S. Lorenzo and within the area administered by Roma Maritime Navigation Office. PROCEDURE: (I) Navigation is prohibited in the Inshore Traffic Zone (ITZ) for all merchant vessels of 50 GT or more. (2) Entry and Departure Points: (a) Tankers carrying hydrocarbons, noxious substances or dangerous chemical products in a liquid/gaseous state which need to enter the Inshore Traffic Zone must do so through the Check Point Zone (41 °40'∙80N 11 °59'∙20E) and request permission to enter or anchor, from the Operations Centre of the Hr Mr (b) Vessels bound for the North Anchorage must enter the ITZ through El Area (radius 0∙3 n miles, centred on position 41 °46'∙20N 12°02'∙50E) and vessels bound for the South Anchorage must enter the ITZ through the EO Area (radius 0∙3 n miles, centred on position 41 °41'∙82N 12°07'∙90E) 156 157 ITALY (c) All vessels leaving the ITZ must pass through the UO Area (radius 0∙3 n miles, centred on position 41 '43'∙50N 12'05'∙80E) (d) Vessels bound for, or approaching from, the port-canal of Fiumicino must pass 3∙5 n miles north of E1 Area or a position 4-5 n miles to the S of EO and head on a direct course without passing within the anchorage zones Port and Terminals CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 13 Telephone: +39066581911 +39066451911 Telegraph: LOCAMARE FIUMICINO Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h and 24h in advance. GAETA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GAE Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390771 460100 Fax: +390771 464724 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should contact the pilot 1 h in advance. (4) Pilot boards 2 n miles from Punta dello Stendardo or at the anchorage. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390771 460100 Fax: +390771 464724 E-mail: gaeta@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT GALLIPOLI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GAL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390833266862 Fax: +39 0833 264023 E-mail: gallipoli@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: Port: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 tons and is available H24. (2) Compamare Gallipoli (Hr Mr) has established anchor berths for the use of vessels waiting to carry out commercial operations in the port. Before reaching the anchorage, vessels must contact Compamare on VHF Ch 16 for the necessary authorisation. (3) Pilot boards at the entrance to the harbours. ITALY GELA, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GEA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Gela VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 12 Telephone: +390933917051 HOU RS: 0600-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for tankers, and for all vessels of 500 GT and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 2h in advance. (3) Berthing is HJ and unberthing is H24. (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile WSW of the Wend of the breakwater, or 1 n mile SSE of its E end. NOTE: Provides pilotage for Porta Iso la. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +390933917755 Fax: +390933 911594 E-mail: gela@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlgela HOURS: 0700-1900 LT GENOVA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GOA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Piloti Genova VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390102461003 Fax: +390102461114 E-mail: corpopilotigenova@tin.it Port Call: Genova Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telegraph: COMPAMARE GENOVA E-mail: info@porto.genova.it Website: www.porto.genova.it Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Hr Mr Telephone: +3901027771 Fax: +390102417424 E-mail: genova@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.cpgenova.it Port Authority Telephone: +390102411 (switchboard) Fax: +390102777427 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39010200551 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods must report to the Port Captain (Hr Mr) at least 24h in advance of entering Italian territorial waters. Such vessels must make and maintain VHF contact when within VHF range. 158 159 (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Eastern entrance: 44°22'∙50N 8°57'∙OOE (b) Voltri entrance: 44°24'∙50N 8°45'∙00E (c) Multedo Oil Harbour: 44°23'∙52N 8°4T∙OOE REPORTING AREA: ITALY When a berth is not available vessels should proceed to this area (44°20'∙10N 8°50'∙30E) and report their arrival to the Signal Station on VHF Chs 16 or 10. For further details see Admiralty Sailing Directions. Vessel Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Genova Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16 70 (DSC) PROCEDURE: Vessels are required to report to Genova Port Radio when passing the following positions both inward-bound and outward-bound: (1) 44°20'∙16N 8°59'∙16E (2) 44 ° 21 '66N 8 ° 46' ∙66E (3) 44°22'∙86N 8°43'∙26E Air Obstruction Zone AREA: (1) An Air Obstruction Zone has been established bounded by the following positions: (a) 44°25'∙67N 8°45'∙22E (b) 44°22'∙88N 8°43'∙72E (c) 44°20'∙60N 8°55'∙00E (d) the red light at the E end of Molo Duca di Galliera (2) In addition, two waypoints (Tl and T2) have been established as follows: (a) Tl: 44°25'∙17N 8°49'∙50E (b) T2: 44°24'∙72N 8°48'∙25E (3) The water area between Tl and T2 is the approach channel to Porto Petroli. PROCEDURE: (1) Within the Obstruction Zone vessels which are entering take precedence over air traffic, and vessels leaving port give precedence to air traffic, whether this traffic is landing or taking off, other than when such departing vessels have already passed point Tl, in which case they have already entered the approach channel and therefore maintain the gained priority. (2) Masters intending to pass along the Obstruction Zone and which have an air draught exceeding 48m above sea level must, before entering the zone or before beginning to let go their moorings in readiness for departure from the port of Genova, report via VHF Chs 12 or 16 to the harbour pilots and to the operations room of the Hr Mr's office. These procedures apply to all oil and chemical tankers passing along the approach channel to the Oil Harbour, regardless of air draught on their part and for all vessels which, passing along the approach channel to the Oil Harbour, present an air draught exceeding 14m above sea level. (3) It is obligatory for all vessels bound for, or departing from, the Pra-Voltri Can ale di Calma, to navigate close to the portion of Diga Foranea of Porto di Voltri which is exposed to the E, maintaining a distance off, of between 50m and 150m. (4) It is prohibited for all vessels to move or stop between the head of the Airport and the rubble breakwater opposite. Recognition Zones PROCEDURE: Recognition Zones have been established to assist with determining the time of arrival of vessels at the port. Tankers must proceed to the tanker recognition zone (0∙5 n mile radius centred on position 44°20'∙25N 8°50'∙20E) and report to Genova Port Radio. Genova, Multedo Oil Harbour UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GOA Pilots NOTE: For details see GENOVA. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see GENOVA. ITALY Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 06 10 Telephone: +390106987513 +390102415574 Fax: +390106987516 PROCEDURE: Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 10. GIOIATAURO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GIT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Gioia Tauro Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +390966506587 Fax: +390966504865 E-mail: pilotime@tin.it Port Captain (Hr Mr) Call: Gioia Tauro Capitaneria VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone : +39 0966 562911 Fax: +39 0966 562900 E-mail: gioiatauro@guardiacostiera.it Port Operations VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +390966766448 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390966714241 Maritime Monitoring Service VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Port Authority Telephone: +03909665886 Fax: +39 0966 588617 E-mail: info@portodigioiatauro.it Website: www.portodigioiatauro.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pi
lotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) The approach, mooring and stopping of vessels within the harbour area must be authorised by the Maritime Authority at least 24h before ETA. (
3) Vessels must contact Porto di Gioia Tauro Circomare on VHF Ch 16 at least 1 h before ETA. (4) Vessels intending to remain at anchor near the entrance must report their position by radio to the Gioia Tauro Maritime Navigation Office (Circomare), also including any other information pertaining to the vessel. (5) The time of entering and of unmooring (including change of berth) must be reported to the Hr Mr on VHF Chs 16 or 09 by the Master or the pilot. (6) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the breakwater. NOTES: (1) Within 1 n mile of the harbour entrance all fishing and pleasure craft, whether rowing, sailing or powered, must leave the way clear for vessels entering or leaving the port. (2) Merchant vessels leaving the port have precedence over vessels entering the port. Military vessels have precedence over all vessels, whether those vessels are entering or leaving. 160 161 GIUlIANOVA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GUI Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +390858000731 Fax: +390858000731 E-mail: giulianova@guardiacostiera.it circomare.giulianova@libero.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlgiulianova HOURS: H24 GORO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GOO Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +390533996449 Fax: +390533995331 HOURS: HX GRADO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT GRD Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 04 Telephone: +390431 80050 +390431 82119 +39043181542 Fax: +390431 81542 E-mail: grado@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlgrado HOURS: Summer: 0700-2300 LT Winter: 0700-2100 LT IMPERIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT IMP Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 Telephone: +390183666333 Fax: +39 0183 652224 E-mail: imperia@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlimperia HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. ITALY (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA 24h prior to arrival, or on departure from the previous port if less than 24h sailing time. (3) Pilot boards in position 43°52'∙00N 8'03'∙05E. ISCHIA, Isola d'lschia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT ISH Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 13 16 Telephone: +39081991417 +39 081 982845 Fax: +39 081 983853 E-mail: ischia@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlischia ITALY HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 48h prior to arrival. ITALY∙ SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (ARES) 38°12'N 15°58'E Italian Automated Search and Rescue System CONTACT DETAILS: Reports Telex: +43611172 +43614156 Administration Telephone: +390659084443 +39 06 59084492 Fax: +390659084319 E-mail: cogecap3@flashneUt HOURS: H24 DESCRIPTION: The Italian Automated Search and Rescue system (ARES) is mandatory for all Italian merchant vessels of over 1600 GT except for those vessels making national voyages of less than 24 hours duration, and international voyages of less than 12 hours. Other vessels in the Mediterranean are encouraged to participate in the system. The purpose of the system is to provide data which will ensure the efficiency of SAR operations. REQUIREMENT FOR MESSAGES: There are four types of messages, each containing a selection of the items listed in the Form of messages below: (1) The Initial Report (1Nl); is considered as the sailing plan and should be sent as soon after departure as possible. (2) The Intermediate Report (INT); should be sent at 1200 LT if navigating in the Mediterranean and every 48 hours if outside. This report confirms the sailing plan. (3) The Modification Report (MOD); should be sent when the vessel deviates from the sailing plan or when its foreseeable position on the basis of the previously submitted data will differ by 15 n miles (25 n miles outside the Mediterranean). (4) The Final Report (FIN); should be sent just before the vessel reaches the port of arrival. FORM OF MESSAGES: The first five lines of every message should consist of the following: (1) Priority qualification "0" (immediate) followed by date and time UTC e.g. 0 290855 (2) Prefix "FM" followed by the name of the vessel e.g. FM MADDALENA (3) Addressee of the message e.g. TO Comando Generale delle Capitanerie di Porto-Centrale Operativea -N.l.S.A.T (Navigation Information System In Advanced Technology) (4) Fixed line "BT" indicating the beginning of the report (5) Prefix "ARES" followed by a progressive 2 digit report number, type of report, month, year. e.g. ARES/01l1 NJ/01/1989/1 (6) The 2-digit report number should be increased sequentially for each subsequent report of whatever type, terminating with the final report at the end of the voyage. Subsequent lines of the report commence with the line identifier, the message data items should be separated by a stroke (n. Lines are terminated by a double stroke (In∙ (7) Fixed line "BT" indicating the end of the report. KEY TO IDENTIFIERS: ID Description Example A Call sign,Vessel's name and Flag code NlBCD/MADDALENNlT/I Date and time (UTC) of report (6 digits), B day of month (2 digits), hour and minutes (4 B/301115 UTC/I digits) Position at the time stated in B -
State name C/MESSINNI of port, identifiable position, or position or C expressed in LaVLong. Nation code must C/C STVINCENT/PO/l be included in (1Nl) and (FIN) reports (See or Note (1)) C/3950N 01658E11 F Average speed in knots and tenths of knots F/12.5/1 163 ITALY ID Description Example I Destination (include nation code of the IILA SPEZIN301 025 destination unless Italian), and ETA UTCII. Turnpoints or turnpoints in LatlLong between U(LatlLong)/I port of departure (line C) and port of arrival L (line I). If the course is direct between ports or only the term DIREITA should be indicated. UDIREITNI Cargo, danger class, MARPOL 73-78 category;quantity/method of transpcrt, P placement onboard. PNARIE/3/B/1850/1/0911 The term VARJE may be used to define (see Note (2)) dangerous package cargo with different features. W Number of persons onboard W/2511 Notes: (1) Refer to the latest ARES rules and regulations for a list of Nation Codes. (2) Refer to the latest ARES r!.Hes and regulations for the specific Cargo Codes. TYPE OF REPORTS: (1) Initial Report (1Nl) -Must contain items A, B, C, F, I, L & W. If the vessel carries dangerous cargo, P must also be included (2) Interm~diate Report (INT) -contains items A, B & C (3) Modification Report (MOD) -must be sent when there are changes to previously submitted information. It must contain lines A, B, C and may include lines F, I, L (4) Final Report (FIN) -should contain lines A, B & C only TRANSMISSION OF MESSAGES: (1) Telex: ARES messages should be sent by telex to +43 611172 or +43 614156. '(2) Radiotelex: (a) Call on the HF frequency assigned. to Radiotelex (b) Set up of POS+ command (c) Compose the ARES message (d) Send Message (e) Acknowledge request (3) Inmarsat C: The following settings are to be used to send ARES messages to the National Co-ordinator on the data network. (a) X25 (PSDN) (b) 7 bit (c) prefix 222 (d) number 26462315 LA MADDAlIENA, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MDA Port CONTACT DETAILS:. VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +390789730632 +39 0789 736709 Fax: +39 0789 735424 E-mail: lamaddalena@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.lamaddelena.itlporto.htm HOURS: H24 41 ° 13'N g025'E 44°05'N g051'E 163 A LA SPEZLIl. 44°05'1\! 9°51'\: UNCTAD LOCO[).E: IT SPE See diagram LA SPEZIA VESSEL TRAFFIC. SERVICE. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti La Spezia VHF Frequency: Ch 14 , Telephone: +390187732722 Fax: +390187731972 " E-mail: piloti@porto.laspeziait HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory lor vessels over 500 GT entering, exiting or manolJevring within the port. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilotage by radio can be requested on VHF by vessels with specific characteristics∙that do not use a tug, i.e.: (a) Vessels less than 2000 GT (b) Departing ferries that cal! at the port regularly (c) Departing vessefs less than 1500 GT that operate regular services (d) High speed vessels less than 5000 GT departing on a daily basis (3) Vessels bound for the port or an af)chor berth in the Rada Interna must advise their ETA at the pilot boarding position as far in advance as possible on VHF Ch 14. (4) Vessels should contact pilot 1 h in advance when leaving or shifting berth. (5) Pi I ot boa rd s in the following positions: (a) West Route: 44'Oj"20N 9'51'∙85E (near Torre Scuola) (b). East Route: 44 '04'∙22N 9'53'∙99E (off Lerici) Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS area comprises the water area bounded by the following positions: (a) 44'13'∙80J\J 9'29'∙70E (b) 43'57'OON 9' 13"50E (c) 43'.46'∙0.ON 9'45'∙20E (d) 44'02'∙70N 10'Q1'∙20E . (2) This area is subdivided into 5 smaller areas: • (a) Rada Interna: The water area inside Diga Foranea (b) Rada Esterna: The water area between Diga Foranea and a line joining Isola del Tino and Punta di Maralunga . (c) Subarea 1: The VTS area tietween the coast and a line bearing 160' from Isola del Tino (d) Subarea 2: The VTS area between a line bearing 160' from Isola del Tino and a line between Isola del Tino and position 43' 57' ∙OON 9
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13' ∙50E (e) Subarea 3: The VTS area N of a line between Iso la del Tino and position 43'57'∙00N 9' 13'∙50E (3) A precautionary area extending J n miles from the outer limits of the VTS area has been established. DESCRIPTION: La Spezia VTS provides the following services: (1) TraHic Organisation Service (2) NaIJigation Assistance Service (3) Information Service continued on next column CONTACT DETAILS: VTS Centre Call: La Spezia VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 06 74 Telephone: +3901872581285 +3901872581286 . +39 OHl7 2581287 +39 0187 2581288 Fax: +39 0187770510 E-mail: laspezia@guardiacostiera.it OperiMions Telephone: +3901872581222 +3901872581233 VTS Secretariat Telephone: +3901872581555 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory fqr the following: (a) All vessels of 300 GT and over (b) Fishing vessels of 45m LOA and over (c) Leisure craft of 45m LOA and over .. (d) All vessels, irrespective of tonnage or length, deemed to represent a potenti, risk to navigation or navigational safety, the safety of people or the environment, which during their voyage: (i) Have been involved in accidents at sea (ii) Have breached communication and reporting obligations (iii) Have breached applicable laws in the context of naval routerng systems or VTS under the jurisdication of the government of a member state (iv) Have carried out voluntary dumping of oil or breached the MARPOL convention in the territorial waters of a member state (v) Have been r~fusecj entry to ports in the EU or have bellO {he sub(ect of a . report or communication by the competent authorities of a member state (2) Participation in the VTS is optional but recommended for all other vessels. (3) Communication with the VTS shall be in the English language, except for Italian. vessels where the Italian language may be used where full command of the language has been confirmed. (4) Reporting: Reporting Points have been established along the VTS limits, expressed as bearings to Isola del Tino Lt (44'01'∙60N 9'51'∙00E): (a) Alfa: 270' (b) Btavo: 315' (
c) Charlie: 360' (d) Delta: 045' (e) Echo: 090' (5) Vessels should report to La Spezia VTS on VHF Ch 74 as follows: (a) Before or on entering the precavtionary area stating' ID 'Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSt.and GT B Time of entering the precautionary area CorD Position (latJIong) or bearing and distance from a landmark E True course F Speed G Port of origin and time of departure I Destination port and ETA L Sailing Plan (if deemed necessary) P Cargo (quantity, quality and IMO class of dangerous cargo) T Address for obtaining information about the cargo U Type of vessel, LOA and draught W Number of passengers and crew on board X Other information (navigational status, any breakdowns etc .. ) I continued on next page (b) On entenng the VTS area stating' ID Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT H Time of entering the VTS area Any changes to iriformation provided in (5) (a) (c) On passing a Reporting Point when requested by the VTS' ID Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT 8 Time of passing the Reporting Point C Position at the Reporting Point (d) On anchoring' ID Information Required. A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MM SI and GT 8 Time of ~ncho r ing C Anchoring position X ETD (if appwcable) , (e) On embarking/disembarking pilot∙ ID Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT 8 Time of embarking/disembarking pilot J Pilot embarked/disembarked (ij On arrival at the port: ID' Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT K Time of arrival (g) On departure from the port∙ ID Information Required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT 8 Time of departure I Port of destination and ETA L. Sailing Plan . ~ Cargo (quantity, quality and I~O class of dangerous cargo) (h) On exiting the VTS area: ID Information Flequired A Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No, MMSI and GT 8 Time of exiting ∙the 'VTS area Cor 0 Position (laVtong) or bearing and distance from a landmark • (6) Vessels in the Rada Interna and Rada Esterna anchorages must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 74, as well as VHF Chs 16 and 14. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 11 Telephone: +390187252101 +3901872581222 +3901872581233 +3901872581530 Fax: +390187 770510 E-mail: laspezia@guardiacostiera.it Website: wylw.guardiacostiera.itJ1aspezia continued on next column Maritime Advisory Service Call: Avvisatore Marittima VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +390187501031 Fax: +390187517990 E-mail: avvisatore@porto.laspezia.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Tel~phone~ +390187735062 F.ax: +390187200994 E-mail: rimspez@rimspez.it Port Authority Telephone: +390187546320 Fax: +39 0187 599664 Website: www.portolaspezia.it HOURS: Port: H24 Maritime Advisory Service: 0700-2200 LT PROCEDURE: . Notice of ETA: Ves~els should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. ITALY D;C(..( f:!"'~ \' LA SPEZIA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 11 see Po-oe 16''1 '" v,,,...p lAMPEDUSA, Iso!a di Lampedusa UNCTAD LOCODE: IT LMP Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390922970141 Fax: +390922970141 E-mail: lampedusa@guardiacosliera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 LT LlCtl.TA, SiGilla UNCTAD LOCODE: IT LlC CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOt,JRS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot boards in position 37'04'∙50N 13°56∙∙50E. 37°05'N 13°56't: 164 20' ~S' 30' 35' 40' .~. 45' 50' 55' 10° 05' 0' 15' ,,' ,I -
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VTS arEla limits " . , <O>A 'Reporting, points ~ : " .'; __ ~ :1 ,', I" ; 10' 'r. 10' o ).~. .' " : ~ ,1" ,. " " , , '., .; ::,. " c' ., ""'.' ", " " OS' ;, OS' , .. ;, .. , , ' ... " 44° 0\ ..J:: » '~ ,.--: 55' Sub area 2 55' ;, 50' 45' , 45' 10' 15' 20' 25' 30' 35' 40' 45' ,50' 55' 10∙ OS' 10' 165 Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390922774113 Fax: +390922 776655 +390922774113 E-mail: licata@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 LlVORNO (LEG HORN) UNCTAD LOCODE: IT LlV Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Piloti Livorno VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390586897045 +39 0586 211864 Fax: +39 0586 895229 E-mail: info@pilot.livorno.it Website: www.pilotilivorno.it HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390586826011 Fax: +39 0586 826090 E-mail: livorno@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Telephone: +390586249465 +39 0586 249411 Fax: +39 0586 249514 E-mail: info@porto.livorno.it Website: www.porto.ILit www.portauthority.li.it Ship's Information Service (Signal Station) VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Telephone: +390586897190 Fax: +39 0586 897309 E-mail: avvisli@shipinfo.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 11 12 HOURS: Port: 0800-2000 LT Pilots & Tugs: H24 Signal Station: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. Pilot station shall be contacted directly on VHF Ch 12 at least one hour before the required service. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous and/or polluting goods bound for Livorno must complete a check list and make it available to the pilot on boarding. It is the duty of pilots involved in the operations of approach, leaving mooring and manoeuvring of vessels to immediately inform the Port Authorities of Livorno of any serious deficiencies which might put at risk the safety of shipping in general or the vessel concerned. (3) Pilots must contact Port Approaches Control (PAC) Livorno direct on VHF Ch 80 at the time of embarkation/disembarkation stating the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's type, name, call sign and flag (only if foreign) B LT of finished with engines C Pilot's name D Vessel's position Possible messages, should the pilot learn of the existence of serious E faults which might put at risk the safety of shipping in general or the vessel concerned. ITALY (4) It is compulsory for all vessels to contact Ship's Information Service on VHF Ch 10, 1 h prior to arrival and 1 h prior to sailing. The official notification of the arrival and sailing time is as per Ordinance No 24/94 of Livorno Hr Mr. (5) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 43°34'∙35N 1O
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16'∙58E (for vessels using the northern entrance (Bocca Nord)) (b) 43°31'∙69N 10oI6'∙04E (for vessels using the southern entrance (Bocca Sud)) NOTE: Provides pilotage for Vada (43°21'∙00N 10
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27'∙00E) HJ only. Pilot boards 1 n mile W of Vada Pier. Port Approaches Control AREA: The PAC Area is bounded by the following: (1) N Limit: Latitude 43°45'∙00N (2) W Limit Longitude WOO' ∙OOE (3) S Limit Latitude 43°20'∙00N DESCRIPTION: Reporting System: Livorno Harbour Office is equipped with a Port Approaches Control (PAC) System with the function of controlling maritime traffic in the area of Livorno harbour and the approaches. CONTACT DETAILS: PAC Livorno VHF Frequency: Ch 80 Ship's Information Service VHF Frequency: Ch 10 PROCEDURE: All merchant vessels over 30m in length are subject to PAC Control. National and foreign merchant vessels arriving or departing the Port of Livorno, or transiting the AREA must report as follows: (1) Initial Contact Message: Vessels (including ferry boats) must contact PAC Livorno direct on VHF Ch 80 (or through Ship's Information Service on VHF Ch 10) 30 mins before entering the AREA stating the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's type, name, call sign and flag (only if foreign) B Position in latitude and longitude, heading and speed G Last port of call L Destination (if in transit) and ETA (LT) 0 Length, width and draught Cargo (in the case of dangerous goods indicate name/class of danger and P quantity, method of transport (packages, containers, tank, tank carriers or in bulk), whether they are unclean, not gas free or not completely inert) T Name of vessel's owner and/or agent W Passengers and crew X Various, possible faults, manoeuvring limitations etc. (to be indicated even if negative) (2) Arrival Message: Vessels (including ferry boats) must contact PAC Livorno direct on VHF Ch 80 (upon completion of mooring at quayside, by the pilot on board or if lying at anchor in a roadstead, upon completion of anchoring by the vessel's Master) stating the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's type, name, call sign and flag (only if foreign) B LT of finished with engines C Position (pier or quayside or if lying at anchor, point of anchorage with distance and bearing from Livorno Lt) (3) Departure Message: Vessels (including ferry boats) must contact PAC Livorno direct on VHF Ch 80 (or through Ship's Information Service on VHF Ch 10) 1 h before departure stating the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's type, name, call sign and flag (only if foreign) -
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(5) Operations at Anchor: Vessels used for the operalions of lightering, resupplying fuel and liquids, oft-loading explosives, various materials, hulks in manoeuvre and vessels carrying out compass checks etc. must contact PAC Uvorno direcl on VHF Ch 80 and provide a Departure Message, Message for Start of Service and a Finaf • Message. (6) Crossing Port of Livorno Entry and Exit Traffic Lanes Sector: Vessels wishing to be authorised to cross the Port 01 Uvorno Entry and Exit Traffic Lanes Sector must contact PAC Livorno direct on VHF Ch 80 (to be done by the pilot or the vessel's captain) stating the following informati~ __ .. __ .______ _ _ _. _ ~
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INFORMATION: The rAC Centre supplies the following information to vessels on requesl on VHF Ch 80 or in emergencies on VH F Ch t 6 (to which vessels in the area must be maintaining a listening watch): (1) Weather Conditions (visibility, wind speed and direction, and sea conditions) (2) Situation Information (condition of navigalion support syslems, presence of other vessels in the area, assigned berth or need 10 wait al anchor) RADAR: Radar coverage of the approaches. MANFFlEDONIA' UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MFR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Manfredonia VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390884 584870 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: 41°3TN∙15°55'E (1) PiI~tage is compulsory for vessefs over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels shoufd send ETA to the pilols through the agent. (3) Vessels should contact the Pilot Stalion 1 h or 2h prior to arrival in Ihe roads. (4) Pilot boards in P,Osilion 41'36'∙00N tS'SW∙OOE. Port CONTACT DETAtLS: Call: Manfredonia Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch t 6 Telephone: +39 0884 58387 t +39 0884 583872 +39 0884 583873 Fax: +39 0884 587388 E-mail: manfredonia@guardiacostiera.it ITALY Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390884541953 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels should confirm ETA by 1000 hI's on Ihe day before arrival. (2) Belore anchoring, vessels must contact the local Maritime Authority on VHF Ch 16 101' advance authorisation. MARlNA 01 CJ\RBAFlA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MDC Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390585633315 Fax: +390585633321 E-mail: pilcar@tin.it HOURS: 0600-2200 LT (WDrking days) 0800-2000 LT (HDlidays) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor vessels over 500 GT. (2) The following are excluded Irom compulsory pilotage: (a) Warships (b) Auxiliary Vessels (c) Italian and foreign hospital ships (d) Fishing vessels not used for Atlanlic fishing (e) Tugs (f) Vessels employed Dn locallraffic or port services 44 °02'N 10
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02'E (3) Vessels not exceeding 2000 GT and employed on coasting trade and do not require∙ a tug, can request radio assistance from the PilDt Station Dn VHF Ch 12. (4) PilDI bDards 1 ;, mile from the pDrt entrance. Port CONTACT DETAfLS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16 TelephDne: +39 0585 646701 Fax: +3905856467444 E-mail: marinadicarrara@guardiacDstiera.it Pori TelephDne: +390585787205 Fax: +39 0585 788346 E∙mait: infD@portauthDritymdc.ms.it Website: www.portauthDritymdc.ms.it HOURS: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: ETA tD be given 48h and 24h before arrival to the Hr Mr. (2) 'Vessels which should IDad or unload dangerous goOds in packages, ShDUld infDrm the (Port) Maritime Authority of their arrival before 1700h (on the day befDre their arrivaf). MARSALA, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MRA Pilots and Pori CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Tetephone: +390923951184 Fax: +390923951030 E-mail: marsala@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is computsory fDr vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot board s about 1 n mile from the head of Diga Foranea. 37°47'N 12°26'E 168 169 NOTE: Pilotage is performed by Corporazione Piloti Trapani/Marsala. MAZARA DEL VALLO, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MAl See diagram MAZARA DEL VALLO VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 HOURS: 0700-1900 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over. (2) Pilot boarding position will be advised. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS area is bounded by lines joining the following positions: (a) 37°34'∙85N 12°51 '∙92E (Vallone Gurra di Mare) (b) 37°20'∙28N 12°47'∙77E (c) 37"21'A2N 12°40'∙62E (d) 37°23'∙22N 12°32'∙92E (e) 37°32'AON 12°19'∙00E (f) 37"39'∙98N 12°13'∙88E (g) 37°41'∙60N 12°13'∙70E (h) 37"41'∙53N 12°29'∙03E (Punta Torrazza) ITALY (2) A precautionary area has been established extending 2 n miles seaward from the VTS area limits. DESCRIPTION: The Mazara del Vallo VTS provides the following services: (1) Information concerning traffic movements, meteorological conditions, dangers to navigation and other information affecting the safe transit of vessels within the VTS area. (2) Aid to navigation assistance on request or when necessary. (3) Traffic organisation service. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mazara del Vallo VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 67 Telephone: +390923946371 (VTS Centre) +39 0923 946388 (Operations Room) Fax: +390923 941020 E-mail: mazaradelvallo@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for all vessels over 300 GT and fishing vessels and yachts over 45m LOA. (2) Participation in the VTS is optional for warships, auxiliary warships, government vessels, fishing vessels of 45m LOA and under, and pleasure craft of 45m LOA and under. (3) Vessels must first establish contact with the VTS when entering the precautionary area, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No and MMSI (b) GT (c) Port of Registry and Registration No (d) LOA (e) Year of build (f) Owner (g) Master's name and surname (h) Number of crew and number of passengers (i) Time of entering VTS area (UTC) m Present position (Iat/long) (k) True course (I) Speed (m) Last port of call/date and time of departure (UTC) (n) Destination port and ETA (UTC) (0) Maximum draught (p) Cargo on board and nature of cargo (q) Any dangerous goods on board, classllMDG code, UN No (r) Type of vessel (s) NRT 40' 37" 30' 20' 37"
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I∙' ITALY (4) Reporting: Reporting lines have been established within the YTS area as follows: (a) ALPHA: bearing 328' to Capo Granitola Lt {37∙33'∙84N 12°39'∙57Ej (b) BRAVO: bearing 019
0 to Capo Granitela Lt (c) CHARLlE: bearing 019
0 to the External Breakwater Lt {37∙38'∙S6N 12°3S"1BEj (dj uELTA; bearing O,5' to Capo ;:~to U i37'3S"ooi; i,"3i ∙∙25cj (e) ECHO: bearing 067° to Capo Feto Lt (S) Vessels should contact the VTS when crossing the reporting lines, stating posiHon and speed. (6) Vessels should also report as follows: (a) Anchorage Report: When anchoring, stating the following information: (i) Reason for anchorage (ii) ETA at the anchorage QiQ Anchorage position (IV) Date and time of arrival at the anchorage (b) Arrival Report: On arrival at the berth or mooring, stating the following information: (O Date and time of arrival at the berth or mooring QO Position of berth or mooring (c) Departure Report: Before departure from the berth or mooring: Q) ETD (ii) Port of destination and ETA (UTC) (fiO Cargo on board, nature and quantity of cargo, and number of passengers (iv) Any dangerouq goods on board, c!ass/lMDG code, UN No (d) exit of YTS area report: On leaving the YTS area: (I) lime of leaving the YTS area QQ Present position (Iatllong) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr " Telephone: -+-'39 0923 946388 Fax: -+-'39 0923 941 020 E-mail: mazaradeivallo@guardiacostierait Webslle: www.guardiacostieraitimazaradelvallo HOURS: 0700-1900 LT MEULU OIL TERMINAL, Slcilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MEL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Calf: Slracusa Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 PROCEDURE: (1) PUotage Is compulsory. (2) Pilot is obtained from SIRACUSA and should be contacted 30 mins in advance. (3) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 14 whilst in port. (4) Pilot boards 1∙5 n miles E of a fine joining Capo Santa Panagia {37∙0S'∙50N 15°17'∙BOEj and Punta Magnisi (37°0B'∙BON 1s
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F.lilots CONTACT DETAILS: CaU: Messina Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +39 .• 990 312544 +3~ · 090 312458 t39 348 5240823 (Mobile) Fax: +39090310756 E-mail: pilotime@lin.it 171 HovCl.s.'∙ rlQ'f ITALY PROCEDUR8 . , (1) Pilotage is compulsory for the following: (a) Stretlo di Messina: (i) 'AlI vessels of 15000 GT and over, and lor vessels 01 6000 GT and over carrying hydrocarbons and other pollutant sUbstances , . 11 Vessels 01 6000 GT and over and less-than 50 000 .GT ~~ng oil .' (b) ~rt 01 Messina: All vessels 01 500 GT and over enterrng, leaVing or shifting within the port " . f2\ Pilotage by VHF radio is available at the port o~ Messma for ~e ~o.~o~~~g. ~_~_-' ' a) Vessels less than 2500 GT WltnoUllUg aSSIstance, woos" OIl"W<UU cO"""g,,,u { .. • ul,.,J,..,.. ... .l 'h-
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.... ::,... • (b) Vessels less than 6000 GT without tug assistance, who regularly vlsn ~he port and whose on-board command has a working knowledge 01 the ItaUan language . ' al (3) Vessels should contact pil?ts on ~~F Ch 12 at least 2h pnor to amv (4) Pltot boards in the folloWlng POSItiOns: (a) Stretto dI Messina. southbound: 3 n miles N o~ Capo Peloro . '. (b) Stretto di Messina, northbound: 2∙5 n miles SE at Punta S. Ramen Lt ( ) Port 01 Messina: 1∙5 n mnes N 01 the breakwater ., ' (3)CNOtiCe of ETA:'Vessels sliouid advise ETA'to the pilots bye-mall 12h ~?or t~ ~~~sels should co~tact pil?ts on ~~F Ch 12,2h and 1 h pri~r t~ arrival. Seconcfary VTS Centre (Reggio dl Calabria) Telephone: +39 0955 656258 +39 0965 656299 +39 0965 656296 +39 0965 650090 Fax: +39 0965 656294 +39 0965 656333 E-mail: cprc@trasDorti.QOv.it HOURS: H24 ' PROCEDURE: . (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the lollowing vessels: (a) All passenger vessels (b) All merchant vessels over 300 GT (c) All tishing vessels over 45m LOA (d) All recreational vessels over 45m WA (2) The 10f/owing vessels are exempt, but have the option ot participation: (a) Warships (b) Naval auxifrary vessefs (c) Other state vessels operaUng a non-commercial pubfic service (d) Rshing or recreational vessels less than 45m LOA .J§LP11~t ~oard~~~J~q,W1li1g po.sltlons: (a) Stret~q! M~ssl~a. Southbound:' 38'j8'-20N T5''4&:-S-OtfPiTO! ~seiiibarks in positiori:SS'08"5SN is'35''00E)l Northbound: 38' 9.rs.Q~ .. 1 ?, 36' .60E""lPTt?i dlSembar.ks,in pOsition) 38' 17'-03N 15' 43' '20E) (b) Pprt ot Messrna: 38'13'∙11N 15'34"48E (1∙5 n miles N of the breakwater) " , (3) Vessels not partidpaling in the VTS entering or leaving the ports at Reggio Calabri Messina and Villa San Giovanni, or the landing stages at Tremestieri , must notify tJ; relevant Maritime Authority and the VTS in advance. (4) The languages to be used are ftanan and Engfish. using the IMO Standard Marin Phrases. (c) Port ot Reggio. di Calabria: 38'07"94N 1S'38'.38E NOTES: (1) The main communication melhod with the pilots is via e-maU, but vessels can I conlact the pilot ottlce by mobile telephone It required. (2) Provides prlotage.for SIretto di Messina and ports in the Strait 'Stretto di Messina Vesserirattie S-ervice -
AREA: . (1) The VTS area (Area AIta) is bounded by the following: (a) Northern Umit A Hne/olning paraJJeI38'22"30N, meridfan 1S'31'∙QOE and 1he ' coasts 01 Slcifra and CaJabria (b) Southern Umil: A line along' parallel 3S∙Ol'.(JON jOining Punla di PeHaro (CaJabrian coast) and Capo d' AIi (Slcifian Coast) (2) A reduced area (Area Bravo) is in operation when Messina Traffic has a redueed operational capabiity. This area is bounded.by the lollowing: -
(a~ Northern Umit: Parallel 38'13'{)QN (b} Southern Umit Parallel 38 '05' .(JON (c) The coasts at Sidrra and Calabria (3) Precautionary areas have been estabfrshed extending 3 n miles from the Northem and Southern Umils of Area Alia, ancfare designed for a preUminary contact for vessels approaching the VTS area. . (4) In Ilie even! of breakdown-or malfunctJon ot the YTS, Messina Traffic will advise when the YTS will operate from Reggio di Calabria with a reduced operational capabiUty and area. SERVICES: The Stretto dI Messina YTS provides the f91lowing: (1) Inlomiation Service .. I (2) Navigation Assistance Service (3) Traffic q~g~isation ~ervica _ VHF CHANNELS: The Stretto di Messina VTS uses the lollowing VHF Channels: VHF Channel Usage 10 13 14 16 Initial calling and primary working Channel 10 supply VTS services Primary Channel for vessel traffic reporting Secondary Channel for vessel traffic reporting and supplying VTS services Rescue and emergency CONTACT DETAILS. -
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~ I ID Inlormation required A Vessel's name. call sign. flag, IMO No, MMSI and GT -I B Time (LT) CorD PosiHon Oat/long) or bearing and distance lrom a recognised landmark E Trueccurse F Speed G Port at origin and time o/departure I Port of destination and ETA \"P Cargo. and it carrying dangerous goods, quantity and IMO category 1'. Details lor obtaining cargo information U Type at vessel, LOA and draught W Total number at persons onboard (passengers and crew) Any other information, i.e. (1) ETA passing Capo Peloro lrom the N, or ETA passing Punta S. X Ralni eri tram the S (2) Characteristics and quantity 01 bunkers lor vessels carrying over 5000 tonnes J (3) Status of navigation' and details' 01 any faults (b) Pilotage inlormation, lorvessels subject to compulsory pilotage (this information must be provided under aB circumstances when the pilot is embarked and disembarked)' ' ID Inlormatlon required A .. Yessel's name and caR sign B Time at pilot on board (LT) J Pilot on board confirmation (c) On entering the VTS area' 10 Inlormation required A Vessel's name and call sign 8 Time 01 entering the VTS area (LT) (d) On changing sailing plan: /ID jlnlormatlon required t Vessel's name, nag and call sign Details at changes from the initial report (e) On anchoring' 10 Information required A 'Vessel's.name and call sign 8 Time at anchoring (LT) C Position of anchorage continued on next page I Zr, I. (Q On arrival/departure Irom port or roads∙ ID In formatIon requ ired A Vessel's name and call sign 8 TIme of arrival or departure from Ihe port 01 roads (LT) I Port ot destination and ETA P Cargo on boald I ID Iniormation required A Vessel's name and call sign 8 TIme gf exiting the VTS area (LT) (6) All vessels should maintain a continuous isIenil1g watch on VHF Chs 10 and 16 while passing thlOugh the Stretto di ∙Messina. (7) All vessels should immediately inform the IfTS of any lault, accident. or loss 01 polluting cargo that has occurred since the first cooract. NOTE: If the vessel has already been identified by AlS, this information shall be acquired as a priority by means of AIS or communication via tax or e-mail. Missing information shall be requested via VHF. 'ort '-CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Call: Messina Harbour Master VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +3909045830 Fax: +39 090 59350 +39 090 5730832 E∙mail: messina@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Telephone: +39090679991 +39 090 770127 Fax: +39090710120 E-mail: segretaria@porto.messina.it Website: www.porto.messina.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: Port Operations: H24 Tugs: 0800-1700 LT 38' 3 m 50' 15' 30' w o c:;> ~ '" " E c: '" 38'01 ',OON Golfo di Gioia 38'22',30N Stretto di Messina fI\ (Embark) \IJ 40' LflB 20' '
38' \' ~ 50' 50' (7) All vessels should immediately inform Ihe VTS of any faull, accident, or loss of polluting cargo that has occurred since the first contact. PorI CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr Call: Messina Harbour Master VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39 090 45830 Fax: +39 090 <;g350 +39 090 5730832 E-mail: messina@guardiacostiera.il Port Authority Telephone: +39090 679991 f39 090 770127 Fax: j 39090 710120 E-mail: segretaria@porto.messina.it Website: www.porto.messina.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: Port Operations: H24 Tugs: 0800-1700 LT -
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20' .' ! \ (.> " ~ if ., 15° 30' G.Jifo di Gioia 40' I 50 I 50 173 MILAZZO, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MLZ Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +39 090 9281642 Fax: +390909223773 E-mail: pilotiportomilazzo@tin.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY 33°i3'N 15°15'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory up to 1 n mile from the coast for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to Port Authority, through the Agent, at least 24h in advance. (3) A VHF pilotage service is provided, and is available for the following: (a) Vessels below 2000 GT that do not use tugs and the Master has knowledge of the Italian language (b) Vessels below 20 000 GT entering the compulsory area exclusively for anchoring (c) Passenger vessels below SOOO GT on scheduled services that do not use tugs and the Master has knowledge of the Italian language (4) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Refinery: 2 n miles N of the piers (b) Port: 38°13'∙25N 15°15"50E Maritime Monitoring Service DESCRIPTION: The Milauo Ships Informaton Service receives communications from vessels in the area and provides the following information: (1) Requirements and provisions of the Maritime Authority, the regulation of activities within the port, in the roads and at the refinery. (2) Local meteorological conditions. (3) Loading information from local agents. (4) Charging regulations. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Milazzo Ships Information Service VHF Frequency: Ch lS; 10 HOURS: H24 Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch lS; 12 Telephone: +39090 9281110 Fax: +390909222612 E-mail: milauo@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Port Authority Telephone: +39 090 9240257 Fax: +39 090 9240257 E∙mail: segreteria@porto.messina.it Website: www.porto.messina.it HOURS: H24 OTHER STATION IN THE AREA: iIJlilaz2o, Mediterranea Refinery UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MLZ Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VH F Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39090 922101 PROCEDURE: 38°13'N 15°16'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 72h and 48h in advance. (2) Pilot boards 2 n miles N of the piers. ITALY MOLA01 BARI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT OOB Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39080 4741573 Fax: +390804741573 HOURS: 0700-1900 MOlFETIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MOL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +39080971076 Fax: +39 080 971727 E-mail: molfetta@guardiacostiera.~ Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HOURS: 0700-1900 iIIIONFALCONE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MNF Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Monfalcone VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +390481 43011 Fax: +39 0481 43011 HOURS: 0600-2000 LT PROCEDURE: Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see BARI. (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available HJ only. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile SE of the Fairway Lt buoy. Port CONTACT DETAfLS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390481 496611 +39 0481 496690 Fax: +390481 496620 +39 0481 496646 E-mail: monfalcone@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.iUmonfalcone Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +390481 305026 Fax: +390481 305557 E∙mail: oceanl@spin.it Port Authority Telephone: +39 0481 414097 Fax: +39 0481 414099 E-mail: aspm@spin.~ info@monfalconeport.it Website: www.porto.monfaicone.gorizia.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) All vessels intending to berth must request permission to approach at least 72h before ETA. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods must report to the Port Captain (Hr Mr) 24h in advance. 174 175 MONOPOLl UNCTAD LOCODE: IT MNP Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pilots Monopoli VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOU RS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 400 GT. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: LOCAMARE MONO POll VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 22 Telephone: +390809303105 Fax: +39 080 9379509 E-mail: circomare.monopoli@tiscalinet.it Hr Mr E-mail: monopoli@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: ITALY 40
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48'∙85N C3 dangerous goods, Not compulsory 14°17'∙73E including tankers (radius 250m) (2) Vessels bound for the anchorage areas must report at least 1 h before ETA to the following: (a) The Operations Centre at the Napoli Hr Mr's Office on VHF Ch 14 (b) The local pilot office on VHF Ch 12 if pilotage has been requested (3) During the period at anchor, vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 14 or 16. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 14 Telephone: +39081 2445308 +39081 2445111 Fax: +39081 2445347 E-mail: napoli@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +39081 5635055 Mooring VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +39081 5527240 Berth Office VHF Frequency: Ch t 1 14 Telephone: +39081 2445451 Port Authority Telephone: +39081 2283301 Fax: +39 081 206888 E-mail: info@porto.napoli.it Website: www.porto.napoli.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: All vessels entering or leaving the port must report to the Operations Centre at the Napoli Hr Mr's Office on VHF Ch 14 and provide the following information: (1) Vessel's name and type (2) Destination or last port of call (3) Description of cargo OLBIA, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT OLB Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Olbia VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +39078922274 +39 3385918875 (Mobile) Fax: +39078922274 E-mail: pilotiolbia@tiscali.it 176 177 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels exceeding 500 GT. (2) Vessels should send request for pilot at least 2h in advance. ITALY (3) Vessels bound for or leaving the anchorages in positions 40
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58'∙60N 9°36'∙20E should report to Olbia Pilots on VHF Ch 14 and the Port Authority on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards about 1 n mile from Isola Bocca Lt. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39078921243 Fax: +390789 27737 E-mail: olbia@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: If it is intended to load vehicles containing dangerous liquids and gas a request should be made to the Hr Mr at least 24h before loading. ORISTANO, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT aos Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 Telephone: +39078372262 +39 0783 359933 Fax: +39 0783 72262 E-mail: oristano@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.oristano.guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the port and the approach channel for all vessels entering or leaving. (2) Vessels intending to anchor in the roads should contact the local Maritime Authority on VHF Ch 16 and the pilots on VHF Ch 12 to obtain authorisation. (3) Pilot boards in position 39°52'∙75N 8°29'∙93E (2 n miles NW of the port). ORTONA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT OTN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Telephone: +39 085 9067120 Port Call: Ortona Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390859063290 Fax: +39 085 9061461 E-mail: ortona@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.it/ortona HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory in mist and fog and advisable in bad weather or rough sea conditions. (2) Vessels must contact Ortona Port Control on VHF Chs 16 or 12, 1 h prior to arrival at the port entrance. (3) The pilot boarding position is dependent on weather and sea conditions. ITALY OTRANTO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT OTO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Telephone: +393357088243 +39 337 673275 E-mail: otrantopilot@libero.it Port VHF Frequency: Ch 11 16 Telephone: +390836801073 Fax: +390836801073 E-mail: otranto@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itiotranto HOURS: 0800-2400 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 48h prior to arrival, and confirm ETA by 1200 UTC on the day before arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position 40
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09'∙30N 18°30'∙20E (0∙6 n miles from the port entrance). PALERMO, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PMO See diagram PALERMO VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Palermo VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39091 586829 Fax: +39 091 321886 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for the following: (a) Vessels of 500 GT and over when entering or leaving the port of Palermo (b) Vessels of 1000 GT and over when operating within 1 n mile of the Esso and AGIP Terminals (2) Pilotage is exempt for the following: (a) Warships (b) Fishing vessels (c) Tugs (d) Vessels involved in local traffic (3) Vessels up to 2000 GT may request radio assistance by VHF if the Master is fluent in the Italian language. (4) Pilot boards in position 38°0T∙87N 13°24'∙03E (in bad weather, the Pilot Vessel leads vessels through the enlrance). Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The Palermo VTS area is bounded by a line joining the following positions: (a) 38°0T∙70N 13°22'∙60E (Palermo breakwater Racon) (b) 38°24'∙70N 13°22'∙60E (c) 38°16'∙30N 13°41'50E (d) 38°07'-60N 13°41'∙50E (e) 38°0T∙50N 13°30'∙70E (Capo Mongerbino) (2) A precautionary area has been established extending 5 n miles seaward from the VTS area. CONTACT DETAILS: VTS Operations Call: Palermo VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +39 091 6043202 +39 091 6043203 Fax: +39 091 325519 E-mail: palermo@guardiacostiera.it gcpalermo@trasporti.gov.it 178 3S∙ 20' 10' 10' PALERMO VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE -9-
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41'∙50E 3S∙0r∙60N 13∙41'∙50E 40' 3S∙ 20' 10' LOi~OI9L LOOA S.lJ\O~~3l lf d (£ l9 A ITALY Control Room Telephone: +39091 6043110 Emergency Telephone: +39091331538 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for the following vessels: (a) All passenger vessels (b) Cargo vessels of 300 GT and over (c) Fishing vessels of 24m LOA and over (d) Leisure craft of 45m LOA and over (2) Participation in the VTS is optional for the following vessels: (a) Warships (b) Cargo vessels less than 300 GT (c) Vessels without mechanical propulsion (d) Vessels of primitive wooden construction (e) Leisure craft of less than 45m LOA (f) Fishing vessels of less than 24m LOA (3) Vessels should initially contact Palermo VTS on VHF Ch 16 when entering the precautionary area. (4) Vessels transiting the VTS area: (a) Vessels should contact Palermo VTS on VHF Ch 10 when approaching 3 n miles from the VTS area, and again when departing the VTS area. The entry report shall contain the following information: (i) Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No and MMSI (ii) GT (iii) Port of Registry and Registration No (iv) LOA (v) Year of build (vi) Owner (vii) Master's name and surname (viii) Number of crew and number of passengers (ix) Date and time of entering VTS area (UTC) (x) Entry position (Iat/long) (xi) True course (xii) Speed (xiii) Last port of cail/date and time of departure (UTC) (xiv) Destination port and ETA (UTC) (xv) Cargo on board (class and quantity) (xvi) Any dangerous goods on board, class/lMDG code, UN No (b) Vessels departing the VTS area shall report to Palermo VTS stating the following information: (i) Date and Exit time from the VTS area (UTC) (ii) Exit position (lat/long) (iii) True course (iv) Speed (5) Inward-bound vessels: (a) Vessels should contact Palermo VTS on VHF Ch 10 when approaching 3 n miles from the VTS area, stating the following information: (i) Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No and MMSI (ii) GT (iii) Port of Registry and Registration No (iv) LOA (v) Year of build (vi) Owner (vii) Master's name and surname (viii) Number of crew and number of passengers (ix) Date and time of entering VTS area (UTC) (x) Entry position (Iat/long) (xi) True course (xii) Speed (xiii) Last port of call/date and time of departure (UTC) (xiv) Destination port and ETA (UTC) (xv) Cargo on board (class and quantity) (xvi) Any dangerous goods on board, class/IMDG code, UN No (xvii) Type of vessel (xviii) Net tonnage (b) Subsequent reports shall be made as follows: (i) 1 h before entering the inward traffic lane (ii) When entering the inward traffic lane (iii) At the pilot boarding position (whether pilot requested or not) (iv) On arrival at the berth, stating date and time of arrival and berth position (v) Before anchoring, stating reason for anchoring, ETA at the anchorage, position of anchorage, and date and time of anchoring 180 181 ITALY (6) Outward∙bound vessels: (a) Vessels should report to Palermo VTS as follows: (i) 1 h before ETD, stating ETD, destination port and ETA, cargo on board (class and quantity), dangerous goods on board (classllMDG code and UN No), and number of passengers (ii) No less than 5 mins before departure from berth or anchorage, to obtain permission to proceed (iii) At the entrance to the outward traffic lane (iv) At the exit of the outward traffic lane (v) On leaving the VTS area, stating date and time of exit and position (Iat! long) (7) If any information required by the VTS is considered confidential, reports may be transmitted by fax or e-mail to Palermo VTS. (8) Vessels at anchor shall maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 10, communicate their position on request, and, in adverse weather conditions, make a radio check to Palermo VTS every 2h. TRAFFIC INFORMATION SERVICE: (1) Palermo VTS provides the following information to all vessels within the VTS area: (a) Naval traffic situation (b) Presence of fishing vessels (c) Presence of unknown vessels that are excluded from participating in the VTS System (d) Gale warnings, storm warnings and weather bulletins (e) Sea bunker operations required by aircraft engaged in fire-fighting operations within the YTS area (f) Sporting or religious activities within the VTS area (g) Presence of vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre; convoys, tugs, or vessels engaged in sea trials within the VTS area (h) SAR operations or presence of environmental pollution within the VTS area (i) Drifting objects dangerous to navigation (2) In addition, the VTS provides the following information to vessels entering or leaving the VTS area: (a) Local weather conditions (b) Presence of vessels at anchor or at the Oil Terminals (c) Damage to any navigational aids within the VTS area NAVIGATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE: (1) The Navigational Assistance Service is provided on request. (2) This service is also provided in case of any damage or deficiency that restricts a vessel in her ability to manoeuvre and other circumstances representing a danger to navigation, to the safety of life at sea, or for the protection of the marine environment. (3) Palermo VTS will provide navigational assistance to such vessels, including true course and speed, position, intentions, and identities of other vessels navigating in the area. TRAFFIC ORGANISATION SERVICE: (1) The purpose of the Traffic Organisation Service is to prevent dangerous situations and assure the safety and efficiency of vessel traffic within the VTS area. (2) The Traffic Organisation Service defines the planning of vessel movements in situations of heavy traffic or in the presence of vessels carrying dangerous cargo. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39091 6043100 +39091 6043111 Fax: +39091 325519 E-mail: palermo@guardiacostiera.it gcpalermo@trasporti.gov.it Anchorage VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39091 320433 Fax: +39091 581512 Port Authority Telephone: +39091 6277111 Fax: +39091 6374291 E-mail: autport@autport.pa.it Website: www.autport.pa.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39 091 336072 Fax: +39 091 336072 HOURS: H24 ITALY PANTELlERIA, Isola di Pantelleria UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PNL Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390931 423239 Fax: +39 0931 423240 E-mail: pantelleria@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels bound for the anchorage must contact Capitaneria (Hr Mr) at TRAPANI suitably in advance on VHF Ch 16to obtain the necessary authorisation. PESARO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PES Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pesaro Coast Guard VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 091214 Telephone: +39 0721 400016 Fax: +39 0721 21711 E-mail: pesaro@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is temporarily compulsory for vessels exceeding 400 GT for both entry and departure and movements within the port. PESCARA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PSR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Piloti Pescara VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Port Call: Pescara Port Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 Telephone: +39085694040 Fax: +390854510117 E-mail: pescara@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for tankers. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods should present a berthing request via agent 48h prior to arrival, confirming atleast36h in advance. (3) Vessels carrying hazardous goods awaiting entry to the port, must anchor in Area B and maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 12. PIOMBINO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PlO Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Piombino VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390565225535 (Office hours) Fax: +39 0565 229670 E-mail: pilotipiombino@tin.it 182 183 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels should send ETA to the agent and call on VHF 1 h before arrival. ITALY (3) Vessels entering or leaving Piombino must maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 12 and 13 as follows: (a) On entering: From 3 n miles off the Port entrance until completion of berthing (b) On leaving: Immediately on leaving from the berth until 3 n miles off the Port entrance (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Within 1 n mile ESE of Molo Batteria (b) Deep-draught vessels: 2 n miles SE of Molo Batteria NOTES: (1) Provides pilotage for (a) Tor de Sale, EN EL Oil Terminal, 2∙7 n miles E of Piombino (b) Follonica, Solmine Terminal (2) If requested, pilots will provide information, radar assistance and radar pilotage in the approaches to Piombino. Vessel Traffic Service CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 PROCEDURE: Vessels passing through the Piombino Traffic Separation Scheme must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 and 12. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 13 16 Telephone: +390565229210 Fax: +390565 229229 E-mail: info@porto.piombino.li.it Website: www.porto.piombino.li.it HrMr Telephone: +390565224240 +39 0565 221000 Fax: +39 0565 261011 E-mail: piombino@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390586234133 Fax: +390586892025 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT POLlCORO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PCR Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390835 972926 Fax: +390835972926 E-mail: policoro@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 PONZA, Isola di Ponza UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PNZ Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390771 80027 Fax: +390771 80027 HOURS: 0700-1900 ITALY PORTICI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PTC Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39081 7767827 Fax: +39081 7767827 E-mail: portici@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: HX PORTO EMPEDOCLE, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PEM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390922636035 Fax: +390922636035 E-mail: pto-empedocle-pilot@libero.it Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Telephone: +390922636640 Fax: +390922535747 E-mail: portoempedocle@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: Pilots: H24 Port: 0700-1900 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot normally boards about 0∙25 n miles from the port entrance. PORTO FOXI (SARROCH OIL TERMINAL, Sardegna) UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PFX Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sarroch Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16; 06 11 12 14 Telephone: +39070900187 Fax: +39 070 900006 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards at the following positions, from Punta Zavorra (39°03'∙50N 9°02'∙80E): (a) Vessels of 250 000 GT and over: 2∙5 n miles E (Anchorage Berth G4, Anchorage Zona Alfa) (b) Vessels of 12∙8m draught and over: 2∙5 n miles NE (Anchorage Berth Gl, Anchorage Zona Echo) (c) Vessels of less than 12∙8m draught: 1 n mile NE (Anchorage Berth G2, Anchorage Zona Alfa) (d) Vessels of less than 5000 GT: 3 n miles N (Anchorage Berth G3, Anchorage Zona Charlie) Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Saras Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Fax: +39 070 9091715 Telex: +43790350 MARAFF I +43 540540 SFUIT I E-mail: terminal@saras.it 184 185 Captain Telephone: +39070900031 Control Room Telephone: +39 070 9091345 +39 070 9091458 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA directly or via agents 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sarroch Capitaneria VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +39070900057 Fax: +39070900193 Telegraph: SEZIOMARE SARROCH HOURS: 0600-1900 PORTO GARIBALDI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PGA Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390544327141 Fax: +39 0544 325672 E-mail: portogaribaldi@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 PORTO LEVANTE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PVT Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by CH lOGGIA. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 11 16 Telephone: +39 0426 330289 Fax: +39 0426 330289 E-mail: portolevante@guardiacostiera.it ABIBES Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 11 16 Adriatic LNG Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 11 14 Darsena di Albarelia Maritime Office VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +3904263321 Fax: +39 0426 330009 E-mail: porto@albarella.it Darsena di Marina di Porto Levante Maritime Office VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +390426666047 E-mail: info@marinadiportolevante.it Website: www.marinadiportolevante.it PROCEDURE: Contact should be made with the following before using the approach channel: (1) Hr Mr at Porto Levante on VHF Ch 11 or 16 (2) The Chioggia Pilot Corporation or the Hr Mr at Porto di Chioggia on VHF Ch 14 (3) The Maritime Office at Darsena di Albarella on VHF Ch 09 (4) The Maritime Office at Darsena di Marina di Porto Levante on VHF Ch 09 ITALY PORTO NOGARO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PNG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pil
ots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39 0431 66490 Fax: +390431 66490 HOURS: Pilot: When a vessel is expected Port: 0800-1800 (excluding holidays) PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in position 45°41'∙17N 13°15'-40E. PORTO SANTO STEFANO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PSS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390564812529 Fax: +390564813325 E-mail: portosantostefano@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.portosantostefano.guardiacostiera.it HOURS: Pilots: When a vessel is expected Port: 16 June-15 Sept: 0800-2400 LT Port: 15 Sept-15 June: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilots are obtainable through the agent or Port Authority. (3) Pilot boards at the entrance to the port. PORTO TORRES, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PTO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Piloti Porto Torres VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +39079514936 +39079510672 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 14 Telephone: +39079502258 +39 079 502259 +39079515151 (Emergency) Fax: +39 079 502090 E-mail: portotorres@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.portotorres.guardiacostiera.it HOURS: Pilots & Port: 0800-2100 LT PROCEDURE: 45°49'N 13°13'E 42°26'N 11 °07'E 40
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51'N 8°24'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24 (for tankers berthing, HJ). (2) Messages can be sent through Porto Torres CRS on 2182 kHz. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the breakwater (3 n miles for VLCCs). 186 187 PORTO VESME, Sardegna UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PVE Pilots and Port NOTE: Pilotage is provided by PORTO 01 SANT' ANT lOCO (PONTE ROMANO). CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390781 83088 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390781 509114 Fax: +390781 509114 Telegraph: CIRCOMARE PORTOSCUSO Berthing VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390781 509591 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT for Porto Vesme, the passage of Can ale di San Pietro and for in-port manoeuvring. (2) Pilotage by VHF is permitted for: (a) Vessels under 2000 GT if not using tugs and the Master speaks Italian (b) Ferries on route Porto Vesme to Carloforte (3) On order from the Hr Mr, pilotage may be compulsory for certain traffic and/or weather conditions. (4) The pilotage service is requested by telephone through PORTO 01 SANT' ANTIOCO (PONTE ROMANO). (5) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Vessels approaching from the North: 39'13'∙75N 8'19'∙20E (2 n miles N of Isola Piana) (b) Vessels approaching from the South: 39°07'∙50N 8°22'∙OOE (1 n mile N of Calasetta) (c) Vessels less than 5∙2m draught: 39°07'∙50N 8°22'∙OOE (1 n mile N of Calasetta) (d) With bad weather from the NW, vessels approaching from the N are directed to embark the pilot in the following positions: (i) At the entrance to Canale Sud at San!' Antioco (1 n mile S of Punta Nera, Isola di San Pietro) (ii) 39°00'∙00N 8'30'∙00E (in Golfo Palmas) PORTOFERRAIO, Isola d'Elba UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PFE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390565916570 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390565914000 Fax: +39 0565 918598 E-mail: portoferraio@guardiacostiera.it portoferraio@capitaneria.isoladelba.it Website: www.porto.piombino.li.it HOURS: Pilots: H24 Port: 16 June-15 Sept: 0700-2300 Port: 16 Sept-15 June: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. ITALY POZZALLO, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT PZL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +3903392803021 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390932 953327 +390932 708019 Fax: +390932953590 E-mail: pozzallo@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (
1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 1 n mile E of Molo de Sopraflutto (large vessels) (b) 0∙5 n miles E of Molo de Sopraflutto (small vessels) aUILlANO TERMINAL Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by SAVONA. Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 13 Telephone: +3901920004202 +393487312665 (Mobile) Fax: +3901920004225 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 36 ° 43'N 14 ° SO'E 44°17'N 8°28'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for mooring vessels. Mooring is available HJ, unmooring H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agents 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (
3) Vessels should contact pilot by VHF 3h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot boards 1∙5 n miles SE of Capo di Vado Lt. RAVENNA, including Porto Corsini UNCTAD LOCODE: IT RAN Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390544530204 Fax: +39 0544 530453 E-mail: operativo@piloti.ra.it Website: www.piloti.ra.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 44°29'N 12°16'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels, of any type and nationality as follows: (a) When entering and leaving Porta di Ravenna, commencing and concluding at 1 n mile from the head of the outer breakwaters of the port (b) During movements carried out within the port of Ravenna (c) During the mooring stage at working positions in the roads, commencing at least 0∙5 n miles from the working position to which the vessel is bound (d) Vessels over 400 GT bound for Porto Corsini 188 ---
189 ITALY (2) The following vessels are exempted from compulsory pilotage to w t _ I -=:h section (1) refers, provided the draught of the vessel is not over 4∙25m: (a) Vessels of less than 500 GT (b) Italian and foreign warships (c) Tugs used for harbour duties, and vessels used for local traff i -
=. and harbour work (d) Vessels carrying out movements along the quay not reqUlri IC' • ~ the use of engines and tugs (3) Vessels less than 1500 GT subject to compulsory pilotage can r~ _ uest pilotage assistance by VHF from the Pilot Station. (4) The pilot can be requested well in advance by radio (VHF Ch 12) or E:::=::>y telephone. (5) Pilot boards in position 44°29'∙95N 12°21'∙07E. Traffic Monitoring Service CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +390544530986 Fax: +39054453135 E-mail: operator@portinformer-ra.it HOURS: 0600-2200 LT NOTE: Station keeps agents informed of vessels' arrivals and departures, -C======:iIa:..-
contact with vessels. Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr V
HF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390544 443011 Fax: +390544447498 E-mail: ravenna@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itJravenna Port Authority Te
lephone: +390544424511 Fax: +390544 421945 E-mail: autoritaporto@provincia.ra.it info@port.ravenna.it Website: www.port.ravenna.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h prior to arrival. (2) Vessels which must transit the floating swing bridge are obliged to C ... c=======-I-
12 to request the bridge to be opened. Offshore Oil Terminals LOCATION: Tanker berthing Terminal: 44°27'∙80N 12°23'∙90E CONTACT DETAILS: Operators VHF Frequency: Ch 16 69; 69 Telephone: +390544 436527 Fax: +39 0544 436579 Website: www.enel.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ~ d maintains .. Ion VHF Ch (1) Berthing and mooring at the Oil Terminals is HJ only, unberthing ancl ~ ailing H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at the pilot boarding P' ~c== ==== ~>-
==sit ion or the roads anchorage 36h in advance, to Ravenna Port Authority, together w!tt--= ~he following inlormation: (a) Vessel's name, call sign and flag (b) LOA, GT, DWT and year built (c) Max draught on arnval (d) Cargo and technical details as required by the authorities (3) A continuous VHF link with the terminal and the vessel is establisr----=: mooring, (un)loading and unmooring operations. (4) Pilot boards 0∙5-1 n mile from the berth (HJ only). ~dduringall ITALY NOTE: The Terminal Operators are Ente Nazionale per L'energia Elettrica (EN EL) and AGIP. REGGIO 01 CALABRIA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT REG Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Reggio Calabria VHF Frequency: Ch t6; 12 Telephone: +39 090 312544 +39 090 312458 +39348 5240823 (Mobile) Fax: +39090310756 E-mail: pilotime@tin.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 38°08'N 15°39'1E (1) Pilotage is compulsory in the area contained within an arc of radius 900 metres of the port entrance for all vessels over 500 GT, whether entering, leaving or moving inside the port. (2) The following vessels are exempt from compulsory pilotage: (a) Ferries crossing the Strait of Messina, limited to entry and departure manoeuvres carried out within the normal approach zones (b) Vessels less than 15 000 GT on scheduled services, whilst departing (3) Pilotage can be requested from the Strait of Messina Pilotage Corporation on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards in position 38°07'∙94N 15°38'∙38E. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details of the Stretto di Messina Vessel Traffic Service, see MESSINA, Sicilia. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +390965656111 +39 0965 656294 +39 0965 6560090 Fax: +390965656333 E-mail: reggiocalabria@guardiacostiera.it Berthing VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39096524059 Fax: +39096524098 HOURS: H24 RIM 1Nl UNCTAD LOCODE: IT RMI Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +390541 50121 Fax: +39 0541 54373 E-mail: rimini@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 16 June-IS Sept: 0700-2300 16 Sept-15 June: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: 44°05'N 12°34'E Before anchoring, vessels must contact the local Maritime Authority on VHF Ch 16 to obiain the necessary authorisation. 190 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA through the agent, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (2) Tugs are compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (3) Vessels must receive prior authorisation from the Hr Mr before carrying out any movements within the port, including entering and exiting manoeuvres. (4) All vessels must inform the Hr Mr of their arrival when 1 n mile from the entrance, and comply with instructions. 191 ;;Jt '1 '~iT'~, .ij<;iHn UNCTAD LOCODE: IT RPT PorI CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 68 Telephone: +390"957795033 +39 095 9704281 (Emergency) Fax: +39095931862 +39 095 7795033 E∙mail: riposlo@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800∙2000 LT rli\Uirmn UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SAL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39089229212 F
ax: +39 089 229212 E-mail: info@pilotisalerno.it Websile: www.pilotisalerno.iI HOURS: 0600∙2000 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available HJ. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile Irom the ollter breakwater light. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39089224544 Fax: +39 089 258089 Telegraph: COMPAMARE SALERNO E-mail: salerno@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HOURS: Port: 0700-t900 Tugs: H24 :w~ '1fJ'Kfl[HO PD. Tf,O ~TO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SOB Pilots emu [>011 CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39 0735 69137 ~39 0]35 60301 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: ,390735586711 Fax: +39 0735 5867280 E∙mail: sanbenedettodelironlo@guardiacostiera.lt HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not compulsory. ITALY (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels Sllould send request for pilotage on VHF Ch 16 to the Hr Mr or by telephone to the pilot. ITALY :;!H~ III:IV/O UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SRE Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +390184505531 +39 0184 504603 Fax: +390184 509968 E-mail: sanremo@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800-2000 LT fiAI'!l' s\NTIOGU, l'lllnn rH (t'iI~f n~ . IXHlIIANO, Sal'rl()£ln:11 UNCTAD LOCODE: IT NTA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39078183088 Fax: +39 0781 83071 "I)URS: HJ ,0CEDURE: (1) Pilolage is compulsory lor vessels over 500 GT. Fishing vessels (eXCluding deep sea vessels), warships and vessels 01 500 GT or less are exempt pilotage. (2) Pi I ot boa rd s 0-5 n miles SE 01 Outer Enlrance Lt buoys. NOTE: P
rovides pilotage lor PORTO VESME. Port CONTACT DETAILS: CaU: San!' Anlioco Capitaneria VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390781 83071 Fax: +390781 83071 HOURS: 0700-1900 SIHHJ\ IVI J \I KiI H J 1l'I1'\ U (j III ~ I : UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SML Port r-
''''ACT DETAILS: f Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390185287029 Fax: +390185285728 E-mail: sanlamargheritaligure@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0800-2000 192 192E> (h) On exiting Ihe VTS area' ID Information re'quired K Time of exiting the VTS area -
I Port of destination X Any other information (4) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 13 and 16 whilst in Ihe roads. HIGH SPEED VESSELS: (1) High speed ferries and all vessels operating at a speed over 28 knots bound for the . port of Vado Ligure on a true bearing of between 300° and 340∙ must proceed to the 'Golf' point (44° I 2'∙20N 8°34'∙60E). (2) Such vessels must contact Savona Traffic on VHF Ch 15 when IOn miles distant from the 'Golf' point, stating the following information: (a) Position (latJIong) (b) True bearing (c) Speed (d) ETA at Ihe 'Golf' point (3) This information must be communicated again when 5 n miles from the 'Golf' I pOint. (4) When crossing Ihe 'Golf' point, vessels must adopt a tr.ue bearing of 322 ° 'and contact Savona VTS stating the following information: (a) Time of crossing the 'Golf' point (b) ETA at the '_Alfa' point (W 16'-50N 8°28')OE) PorI CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +39019856666 Fax: +39019856498 E-mail: savona@guardiacosliera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.itlsavona . Maritime Information Service VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +39019821452 Fax: +390198403952 E-mail: inlo@shipsinformation.it Website: www.shipsinforrnation.it Mooring VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Telephone: +39019850688 Fax: +39019829696 E-mail: onneggisavona@ormeggiatori.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Telephone: +39019821118 Fax: +39019821254 E-mail: info@~armelonoli.it Port Authority Telephone: +39 0}9 8~54 1 Fax: +39019827399 E-mail: aulhorily@porto.sv.it Website: www.porto.sv.it HOURS: H24 . PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels should advise ETA to the Hr Mr via agents. (2) Vessels should notify arrival 10 the Maritime Information Service on VHF Ch 13 when 3 n miles dislant. (3) On arrival, vessels should notify Ihe Maritime Informalion Service of the following: (a) Last port (b) ETD . (c) Nature and quantity of any goods on board conlinued 011 next column I I I∙ (4) On departure, vessels should notify Ihe Maritime Information Service of the following: (a) Destination port (b) ETA • (c) Nature and quantity of any goods on board i' . , . ? ITALY toy .'diagrarrl'SAVONA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE I~ ~~ I q~ A 193 SCIACCA, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SCK Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Circomare Sciacca VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39 0925 22219 +39 0925 9051166 Fax: +39 0925 22219 +39 0925 9051166 E-mail: sciacca@guardiacostiera-it Website: www.guardiacostiera-it/sciacca 37°30'N 13°05'E 20' 10' 44" 50' J 40' 40' SAVONA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE Precautionary Area .
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VTS area limits Restricted Area 43"43'∙50N . 7"50∙∙50E o∙ 43'38'∙OON B'or∙OOE 10' Qulliano Terminal 20' 43'SS∙∙SON 6'37∙∙SOE 30' 40' 40' 44'04'∙60N B'SO∙∙
SOE 50' 20' 10' 44' 50' 40' ITALY HOURS: 0800-2000 LT SENIGALLlA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SEG Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39071 62980 HOURS: 16 June-15 Sept: 0700-2300 16 Sept-15 June: 0700-1900 SIRACUSA,Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SIR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Siracusa VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +390931 60647 Fax: +39 0931 462010 Berthing Masters VHF Frequency: Ch 09 ISAB Pier VHF Frequency: Ch 09 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilot boards 1 n mile NNE or 1 n mile ESE of Castelio Maniace Lt. NOTE: Provides pilotage for MELlLLI OIL TERMINAL. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +39 0931 481 011 Fax: +390931 69260 E-mail: siracusa@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 11 HOURS: H24 TARANTO UNCTAD LOCODE: ITTAR S,ee diagram TARANTO VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. PIlots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Taranto Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390994707574 Fax: +39 099 4707575 Pilot Vessel VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +39099 4711145 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39099 4707522 Fax: +390994714474 Mooring Crews Telephone: +390994707541 Fax: +39 099 4600231 194 S{'\vVN/~, IOCIUUIIIYVu\)l} ""\:J'-'''-
UNCTAD LOCODE: IT SVN See diagam SAVONA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots AREA: The compulsory pilotage area comprises the water area between the coast and the following points: . (1) CapodiVadoLt (44'15'A9N
8'2T-15E) " ., (2) 1 n mile ESE from the Savona Breakwaler Lt (44 18 ∙B8N B 30 ∙24E) (3) Capo d'Albisola (44 '19'86N 8'31 '∙56E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Piloti Savona VHF Frequency: Ch -13 Telephone: +39019821025 Fax: +39019821128 E-mail: piloti@portosavona.rr . HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pifotage is co'mpulsory for all vessels entering, exiling and manoeuvring within the pori except for the following: . (a) Warships (b) Fishing vessels (c) Tugs (d) Vessels engaged in local traffic and working within Ihe port (e) Vessels less than 500 GT (2) Pilotage by VHF is available for vessels of fess than 2000 GT provided Ihe on-board command possesses sufficient knowledge of the Italian language. (3) Pifotage by VHF is also avaifable for the follOWing vessels only at the time of I departure and not using lugs, if the Master possesses sullicient knowledge of Ihe Italian language: . (a) Ferries under 30 000 GT and less than 180m LOA carrying out regular I services (b) Vessels under 15000 GT carrying out regular services (c) High speed vessels less than 5000 GT carrying out daily services .(4) Pitot boards 1 n mile off the mandatory pilotage area. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The Savona VTS area is bounded by lines joining the following positions: (a) 44'21'∙70NB
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I8'∙30E (j) 44'10'·701~ 8'25'∙00E (k) Capo di Vado (I) 44' t 6' ∙50N 8' 26' AOE . (2) A precautionary area extending 3 n miles from the outer limits of the VTS area has been established. (3) A restricted area of radius 5 n miles centred on the Nuovo Molo Frangiflutti Lt (44' 18'∙B9N 8'30"29E) has been established, within which all vessels must navigate with caution. DESCRtPTtON: The Savona VTS provides the following s.ervices: (1) Traflic Organisation Service (2) Navigation Assistance Service (on request) (.3) Information Service CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Savona Traflic VHF Frequency: Ch J6; 15 Telephone: +39019 B56666 Fax: +39 019 856498 E-mail: savona@guardiacostiera.it Control Centre Telephone: +39 019 806476 . HOURS: H24 continued on next column PROCEDURE: (1) Parlicipation In the VTS is mandatory for all vessels of 300 GT d (2) P t
∙∙ t' . h an over. ar IClpa Ion III I, e VTS is optional for Ihe following: (a) Warships (b) Naval auxiliary vessels and olher vessels owned or opera led by Ihe st t d used lor non-commercial public service a e an (c) Fishing vessels less than 45m LOA (d) Traditional vessels and recreational craft less than 45m LOA (3) Reporting: Vessels should report to Savona Traffic on VHF Ch 15 as f;lo~s: (a) Entering or.transiiing the precautionary area stating' ID Information required A Vessel's name, Ilag, call sign and IMO No B Time Qf expected entry into the VTS area C Position E True course F Speed -
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Port of origin I Port of destinalion P Quality and quantity of cargo, stating IMDG Code/UN No il dangerous cargo' Q Any deficiencies or limitations U Type and size of vessel (in GT) (b) Entering the VTS restricled area stating' , ID tnformation required A Vessel's name, lIag, call sign and IMO No E True Course F Speed G Port of destination H Time and point of entry into the VTS area (c) When anchoring or weighing anchor' ID Information requ ired A Vessel's nam'e, lIag, call sign and IMO No B Time of anchoring/weighing anchor C Anchorage position 0 Draught P Quality and quantity of cargo, stating IMDG Code/UN No if dangerous . cargo Q Any deficiencies or limitations S Weather conditions (d) On arrival in port∙ ID Information required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign and IMO No B Time 01 arrival -
Information required ETD and port of destination (f) On departure from port∙ ID Information required A Vessel's name, lIag, call sign and IMO No I Port of destination K Time of weighing anchor p Quality and quantity of cargo, stating IMDG Code/UN No if dangerous cargo U Type and size of vessel (in GT) . (g) When embarking/disembarking pilot (by the duty pilot)∙ ID l.nformation required A Vessel's name, flag, call sign and IMO No I Time of embarking or disembarking pilot continued on next page 195 Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +390994713611 Fax: +39 099 4718288 E-mail: taranto@guardiacostiera.it Castello Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 67 Port Authority Telephone: +390994711611 Fax: +39 099 4706877 E-mail: authority@port.taranto.it Website: www.port.taranto.it HOURS: Ch 12 & Ch 16: H24 Ch 10: 0700-2300 LT PROCEDURE: ITALY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT navigating in Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo and is available H24. (2) For vessels between 500 GT and 2000 GT, pilotage may be conducted by VHF. (3) Notice of ETA: (a) Cargo vessels should send ETA at least 6h in advance. (b) Tankers should send ETA at least 36h in advance giving SOLAS and CLC (Civil Liability Convention) requirements. (4) All vessels anchored in the roads should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12 from Ht 15 to H+20 every hour so that instructions and infomnation can be relayed. (5) Vessels not subject to compulsory pilotage must call for instructions from the Pilot Station on VHF Ch 12. (6) It is obligatory for Italian and foreign vessels passing through the Canale Navigable (entering or departing) to maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 67 in order to make direct contact with the Castello Signal Station. (7) Pilot embarks/disembarks il1J!1e following positions: (a) Vessels over 16m draught: 40 ° 24'∙70N 17°07'∙20E (b) Vessels under 16m draught: 40
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25'∙35N 17°09'∙75E toy "Vesse.\ \\,01.+.\1;( Service" See p.x~e f 15,11, 1'",'1',( d'c<'aV'Q..",,''-rI'-'\lJ>,.N'iO ∙''i:::.sEL 'R""~y.,C. S<:'?'I/\c.~t 5ee... ~e ,q5J TERMINIIMERESE, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: ITTRI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39 091 8141007 Fax: +390918141857 E-mail: terminiimerese@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: 0800-2000 LT PROCEDURE: 37°59'N 13°43'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels berthing at the ENEL pier. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards at the entrance to the port. TERMOLl UNCTAD LOCODE: IT TMI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39 0875 706484 Fax: +39 0875 707336 E-mail: termoli@guardiacostiera.it Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS Service area is bounded by the following positions: (a) 40° 19'∙SON 17°24'∙10E (b) 40° 13"00N 17°WOOE (c) 40
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20'∙00N 16°SS'∙OOE (d) 40028'-40N 16°S7'∙10E (2) A Precautionary Area extending 3 n miles from the outer limits of the VTS area has oeen eSlaolisnea. DESCRIPTION: The Taranto VTS provides the following services: (1) Traffic Organisation Service (2) Navigation Assistance Service (3) Information Service CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Taranto VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 73 Telephone: +390994713611 Fax: +390994718288 E-mail: taranto@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory ior the following: (a) All passenger vessels of 300 GT and over (b) Cargo vessels of 300 GT and over (c) Leisure vessels of 4Sm LOA and over (d) Fishing vessels of 24m LOA and over (2) Participation in the VTS is optional for the following: (a) Cargo and passenger vessels under 300 GT (b) Warships or auxiliary warships (c) State owned vessels (d) Vessels without mechanical propulsion (e) Rudimentarily constructed wooden vessels (~ Leisure vessels of less than 4Sm LOA (g) Fishing vessels of less than 24m LOA (3) Reporting: Vessels should report to Taranto VTS on VHF Ch 13 as follows: (a) When entering or transiting the Precautionary Area, stating: (i) Vessel's name, flag, call sign, IMO No and MM SI (i0 GT (iii) Position (laVlong) (iv) True course (v) Speed (vi) Last port of call/date and time of departure (UTC) (vii) Destination port and ETA (UTC) (viii) Cargo onboard (class and quantity) (ix) Dangerous goods on board (Y/N); if so, IMDG code and UN numbers (x) Faults or damage affecting onboard equipment that might influence the safety or navigation of the vessel (xi) Number of crew and number of passengers (b) When passing the pilot boarding point (applicable for vessels requiring a pilot and for vessels exempt from pilotage) (c) When anchoring, stating: (I) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Time of anchoring (iii) Time of raising anchor (iv) Position (IaVlong) (d) On completion of berthing, stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (H) Next port of destination, ETA (iii) Cargo onboard (class and quantity) IMDG code Y/N (iv) Economical speed and navigational range (v) Number of crew and number of passengers (e) 1 h before leaving Taranto port or anchorage, stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Pilot on/off (iii) Unberthing time and time of passing lhe breakwater (iv) ETD Taranto (f) To obtain clearance before leaving lhe berlh or anchorage (call can be made by the pilol, if onboard, or by the vessel's Master) (g) On entering the exit channel when disembarking the pilot (h) When exiting the VTS area, stating: (i) Vessel's name and call sign (ii) Date and time of exiting the VTS area (iii) Position (laVlong) (4) Vessels not participating in the VTS must contact the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 16 or Taranto VTS Centre on VHF Chs 13 or 16 as follows: (a) Vessels intending to enter the port of Taranto; 3 n miles before entering the breakwaters, stating: (i) Vessel's name (H) Call sign (iii) Flag (iv) PorI or origin (b) Prior to unberthing, stating: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Flag (iv) Destination port NOTE: . For purposes of security, vessels may send any information which the Master considers sensitive to the Taranto VTS Centre via fax or e-mail. I ./ continued on next column 195A 55' 30' 25 40° 20' 15 17" 40
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/' ..... 4/ ..... " " Cl) /' ,//., /' /' " 40°13' OON 17"10' OOE ~/ 10 I 15' 15' I TARANTO ) 20' 20' I < 25' ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 30 § TARANTO g VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE <3 -
YTS Area Limits Precautionary Area 25 Zozzoli 40' 20 15 25' ITALY HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT and which are not on regular services. (
2) Vessels carrying dangerous or polluting goods must report to the Port Captain (Hr Mr) 6h in advance (see GENERAL NOTES). (3) Entering and leaving the port should preferably be made HJ, exclusively using the proper port approach channel. (4) Before entering the port, and at least 1 n mile from the entrance, vessels should contact the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 16 to obtain permission. (5) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the port entrance. TERRACINA UNCTAD LOCODE: ITTRC Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +39 0773 720060 Fax: +390773 720061 E-mail: circte@libero.it terracina@guardiacostiera_it HOURS: 0700-1900 TORRE ANNUNZIATA UNCTAD LOCODE: ITTOA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +39335452416 (Mobile) Fax: +39081 8711240 E-mail: post@pilotiportLit Website: www.pilotiportLit Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +390818611855 Fax: +39081 8622978 E-mail: torreannunziata@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 09 HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of over 500 GT. (2) All vessels arriving in the roads must report to the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 16 to obtain their anchor berth, and then maintain a continuous watch on VHF Ch 09 if within the port. (3) Pilot boards in position 40
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43'∙72N 14°2T∙17E. TORRE DEL GRECO UNCTAD LOCODE: ITTDG Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39081 8812200 Fax: +39081 8815480 E-mail: torredelgreco@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: 0700-1900 196 197 Tn/-\l\11 UNCTAD LOCODE: IT TNI Pilots and Pori CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39 0883 583763 Fax: +39 0883 45073 HOURS: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (1) PilolRge is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2i Pilot ordering: Pilots∙should be ordered via BARLETTA. ITALY TRAPANI, Sicilia UNCTAD LOCODE: IT TPS See diagram TRAPANI VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pi∙lots Call: Piloti Trapani VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +39 0923 ~S40223 Fax: +390923540223 E-mail: piloti.lrapani@libero.it Hr Mr Call: Trapani Harbour Masler VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 Telephone: +390923543911 +39 0923 24429 Fax: +390923 26703 E∙mail: Irapani@guardiacostiera.it Port Authority Website: www.portotrapani.it . Tu.gs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +390923 2944S Fax: +39 0923 27711 E-mail: somal@libero.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels bver SOD GT. (2) Pilolage is exempt lor the following: (a) Warships (b) Fishing vessels (c) Tugs (d) Vessels involved in locallralfic or harbour works (e) Vessels 01500 GT a~ under (3) The tug service is optional. (4) Pilol boards in posilion 38'00':28N 12'29'∙34E. 38°01'N 12"30'::: Vessel Traffic Service !. AREA: (1) The VTS Service Area is bounded by the following positions: (a) 38'11'-40N 12'43'∙91E (Capo San Vito) (b) 38' 1O'-60N 12' 26' ∙1OE (c) 38'09'∙30N 12'16'∙20E (d) 37'ST-70N t2'12'-40E (e) 37'48'∙11 N 12'2S'∙45E (Capo Lilibeo) ~ (2) The VTS Precautionary Area is defined as the sea area adjacent to the VTS Service Area and is delimited by the following positions: (a) 38'14'33N 12°43'∙83E (b) 38'13'∙OON 12'25'∙33E (c) 38'II'83N 12°13'∙16E (d) 37'S6'OON 12'OT∙83E (e) 37'42'∙00N 12°28'∙00E (Punta Biscione) DESCRIPTION: The Trapani VTS provides the following services: (∙1) Trallic Organisation Service (2) Navigation Assislance Service (on request) (3) Information Service CONTACT DETAILS: -
Call: Trapani VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 10 14 16 Telephone: +390923 54391i +390923 24429 (Operations) Fax: +39092324429 +39092326703 E-mail: trapani@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY, TRAPANI. (1) Participation inlhe VTS is mandalory for the lollowing: (a) All passenger vessels (b) Cargo vessels of 300 GT and over (c) Leisure vessels of 45m LOA and over (d) Fishing vessels of 24m LOA and over (2) Participation in Ihe VTS is optional for the loll owing: (a) Warships or auxiliary warships (b) Cargo vessels under 300 GT (c) Vessels without mechanical propulsion (d) Rudimentarily conslructed wooden vessels (e) Leisure vessels less than∙45m LOA (f) Fishing vessels less Ihan 24m LOA (3) Reporting: Vess~ls transiting the VTS area should report 10 Trapani VTS on; VHF Ch 10 when entering the precautionary area, stating: (a) Vessel's name, call sign, lIag, IMO No and MMSI (b) GT (c) Pori of registry and registry number (cl) LOA (c) Year of build (f) Owner, Master's name and agent information (g) Number and nationalily of crew, and number of passengers on board (h) Time of entering VTS area (UTC) (i) Present position (laVlong) Ul True course and speed (k) Last port of call and date/time of departure (I) Deslinalion POlt and ETA (UTC) (m) Type and amount of cargo on board . (n) Dangerous goods on board (Y/N); if so, IMDG Gode and UN numbers (0) Type 01 vessel . (p) Type of fuel (q) Net tonnage (r) Any deficiencies or damage ~ (4) Inward-bound vessels should report to Trapani VTS on VHF Ch 10: I. (a) When entering the precautionary area, stating the informalion required in (3). (b) When pilot embarked (for vessels sublect to, or requestlllg pilotage) (c) When intending 10 anchor, stating: (i) Reason for anchorage (ii) ETA at anchorage (iii) Anchorage points (iv) Time of arrival at anchorage (d) ∙When mooring, stating: (i) Time of anchoring in port (ii) Place of mooring (5) All vessels approaching the port should contact the VTS on VHF Chs 10 or 16 when at least 1 n mile from the entrance to the port, specifying their type of vessel (e.g. high speed vessel). . (6) Outward-bound vessels should report to Trapani VTS on VHF Ch 10: (a) 30 mins before departure, slati-ng: (i) ETD (ii) Pori of destination and ETA (iii) Type and amount of cargo on board (iv) Dangerous goods on board (Y/N); il so, IMOG Code and UN numbers (b) When letting go, to request authorisalion 10 deparl . (c) When pilot disembarked (d) When departing the VTS area, stating: (i) Exit time lrom VTS area (ii) True course (iii) Speed (7) All vessels must maintain a continuous Iislening watch on VHF Ch 10 whilst in the VTS area. (8) Vessels may, at the discretion of Ihe Master, report to the VTS Centre by lax or e-mail for reasons of secunty or confidenliality. ITALY fOy-,\ diagram TRAPANI VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE It S~e .~ -rmCASE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT TSE Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +390833775029 Fax: +390833770429 E-mail: Iricase@guardiaco[ .Iera.ij HOURS:HX . Tj {I I:ST~ UNCTAD LOCODE: IT TRS riio,s CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +39040304307 Fax: +39040311284 E-mail: operalivo@pilolitrieste.lt HOURS: H24 198 ) 50' 9 -
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43',B3E ' TRAPANI , VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE ---VTS Area Limits Precautionary Area • Mazara del Vallo 12" 30' 40' 50' 20' 10' 38∙ SO' 40' 199 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels inward-bound: ITALY (a) Vessels directed to an anchorage area must contact the Pilot Station suitably in advance on VHF Ch 14 to report their ETA in the roads together with their request for a berth (b) On berthing, vessels must contact the Operations Centre (Hr Mr) on VHF Ch 16 stating the number of the berth (c) Crossing the channel from N to S (or S to N) is only permitted when a pilot is embarked, or after having agreed the procedure and time with the Pilot Station (d) Vessels at anchor must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 14 and 16 (e) Vessels must inform the Operations Centre (Hr Mr) of any unusual event which could prejudice the safety of navigation and/or constitute a danger to the marine environment (f) Pilot boards in the following positions: (i) Can ale Nord (North Channel): 45'38'∙80N 13'42'∙20E (1∙5 n miles W of the N head of the northern section of Diga Luigi Rizzo) (ii) Can ale Sud (South Channel): 45'37'∙00N 13'42'∙20E (1∙5 n miles W of the S head of the southern section of Diga Luigi Rizzo) (3) Vessels outward-bound: (a) Vessels not subject to obligatory pilotage must agree with the Pilot Station on the procedures and times of movement within the harbour area and in Can ale Nord or Can ale SUd. (b) Vessels subject to obligatory pilotage must embark the pilot in Canale Nord or Can ale Sud. Pilot disembarks beyond the line of longitude 13'43'∙00E. (c) Vessels must contact the Operations Centre (Hr Mr) on VHF Ch 16 (on conclusion of the departure manoeuvres and after disembarking the pilot) and provide the following information: Port (i) Type of vessel (ii) Route (Hi) Speed (iv) Destination (v) Date and time of ETA at destination (vi) Number of passengers (vii) Quality and quantity of cargo CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39 040 676611 Fax: +39 040 676665 E-mail: trieste@guardiacostiera.it Website: www.guardiacostiera.it Trieste Marine Terminal Telephone: +390403186444 +39 040 3186445 E-mail: info@trieste-marine-terminal.com Website: www.trieste-marine-terminal.com Port Authority Telephone: +390406731 Fax: +39 040 6732406 E-mail: info@porto.trieste.it Website: www.porto.trieste.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +39040361069 Fax: +39 040 630751 Mooring Service VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +39040300922 Fax: +39040308144 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance to the agent. Changes to ETA of more than 1 h should also be notified to the agent. (2) Vessels should send ISPS Pre-arrival Form and Garbage Form 24h in advance to the agent. (3) Tug assistance is compulsory for tankers over 3000 GT. ITALY VASTO UNCTAD LOCODE: IT VSO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +390873310340 Fax: +390873310322 E-mail: vasto@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 42°11'N 14°43'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT or more than 60m LOA. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 24h in advance (48h in advance for vessels carrying dangerous cargo). (3) Vessels must contact the Hr Mr by telephone or VHF Ch 16 before entering port. (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile NE of Punta Penna Lighthouse. VENEZIA (VENICE) UNCTAD LOCODE: IT VCE Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Venice Pilot Malamocco Pilot VHFFrequency: Ch 13 Telephone: +39041 2207011 +39 041 2207010 Fax: +39 041 731313 E-mail: info@pilotivenezia.it Website: www.pilotivenezia.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. 45°26'N 12°19'E (2) Vessels should send request for pilots 2h before scheduled arrival. (3) Restrictions concerning deep draught vessels and/or vessels carrying dangerous cargo, are in force during the night in the Malamocco to Marghera channel. (4) Vessels bound for Venezia usually enter through Lido entrance and vessels bound for Porto Marghera usually enter through the Malamocco entrance. (5) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Near the Porta di Lido Fairway Lt Bn (45°23'∙90N 12°28'∙80E) (2 n miles SE of the breakwaters) (b) Near the Porto di Malamocco Fairway Lt Bn (45°19'-48N 12°23'∙05E) (2 n miles ESE of the breakwaters) Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +39 041 2405711 Fax: +39041 2405730 E-mail: venezia@guardiacostiera.it Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +39041 5380890 Fax: +39 041 5381460 Mooring Service VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Telephone: +39 041 5223868 Fax: +39041 5221447 Port Authority Telephone: +39041 5334111 Fax: +39041 5334254 E-mail: apv@porto.venezia.it Website: www.port.venice.it --
200 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: ITALY Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and maximum draught 48h in advance. VIAREGGIO UNCTAD LOCOD".ITVIA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12; 13 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +3905844393201 (Operations) +39 0584 44444 Fax: +390584 4393223 E-mail: viareggio@guardiacostiera.it HOURS: Pilots: HJ POlt: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is provided by the local pilot. VI SO VALENTlA UNCTAD LOCODE: IT VVA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +39 0963 572004 Fax: +39 0963 573561 Hr Mr Telephone: +390963 5739201 --
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E-mail: vibovalentia@guardiacostiera.it 201. HOUR.-: 0700-1900 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 50
11 GT and over. (2) Pilotage requesls should be made 10 the local Maritime Authority by telephone or VHF. (3) Pilot boards in position 3B'43'∙61N 16'OB'∙17E. VIESTE UNCTAD LOCODE: IT VIE Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16, 14 Telephone. +39 0884 707669 +39 0884 708791 Fax: +390884 708791 E-mail: vieste@guardiacostiera.il HOURS:0700-1900 VILLA SI\N GIOVANNI UNCTAD LOCODE: IT VSG Pon CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: ,390965751598 Fax: +390965794026 HOURS' 0700∙1900 Vessel Traffic Selvice NOTE: For details of Ihe Stretto di Messina Vessel Traffic Service, see MESSINII, Sicilia. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Port Autonome d'Abidjan. Telephone: +22521 238641 Fax: +225 21 246178 Mobile: +22507 603996 E-mail: bombo())Daaciormarcelbombo@hotmail.com Website: www.pna-cLorg ABID,JAN UNCTAD LOCODE: Cl ABJ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: rilots VHF Frequ()I1cy: Ch 16; 061112 Telephone: +22521 238655 Port Control Call: Abidjan Port Conlrol VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 0611121385 E-mail: info@paa-ci.org Hr Mr Telephone: ,225 21 238670 Port Authority Telephone: 122521238000 Fax: +225 21 248080 E-mail: illlo@paa-ci.org Website: www.paa-cl.org Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 HOURS: Port & Signal Station: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is computsory for vessels over 150 NRTand is av"ilable H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and draught 24h, 6h and lh in advance 10 Abidjan Port Conlrol. (3) Vessels at the outer anchorage should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF ehs 12 or 16; vessels al the inner anchorage should listen 1000-1030 LT (after Ihe port meeting). (4) Pilot boards in position 5' 13'-46N 3'59'∙65W (0∙8n miles SSW of Lt buoy AN). Vessel Traffic Service AREA: The VTS Control Zone is a circular area of radius 1 n mile centred on the Approach Lt buoy (5' 12'∙90N 4°00'∙20W). CONTACT DETAILS: Call Vigie VH .~requenc y: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +225 21 275850 Fax: +225 21 275850 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels are forbidden 10 emer the VTS Area without Ihe aUlhorisation of the Conlrol Centre 10 anchor, except in the case of a Force Majeure (&mergency). (2) After being identified, and on instructions from the Conlrol Cenlre, vessels enter on an approach roule on the axis of Ihe Approach Lt bl,JY and board the pilot within an area 01 0∙5 n miles diameler lying on a bearing of 60' irom Ihe same Lt buoy. (3) Vessels departing lollow Ihe routes determined b, the Conlrol Cenlre in such a Vlay as not 10 restnct the approach of vessels enlering. Terminals LOCATION: Multi-buoy Mooring Terminal (MBM) and Single-buoy Mooring Terminal (SBM). 202 -
203 IVORY COAST (COTE D'IVOIRE) CONTACT DETAILS: Operator Telephone: +22521270160 +225 21 270427 Fax: +225 21 271798 +225 21 273217 Telex: +98342399 DIRSIR +98343317 SIR +983 43442 SIRFIN Hr Mr VH F Frequency: Ch 12 16 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 06 PROCEDURE: (1) Tugs are compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send ETA 72h and 24h in advance through the agents. (3) Vessels must keep the agents informed of any change of ETA. (4) The Master must also contact the Abidjan Port Master, the day before arrival at the Vridi Roadstead and at least 6h before arrival to confirm ETA. BAOBAB IVOIRIEN MV10 MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Vessel (FPSO) Baobab Ivoirien MV10 CONTACT DETAtLS: Terminal Call: C6FV6 VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Offshore Installation Manager Telephone: +870600254559 (Inmarsat) Cargo Control Room Telephone: +870763616981 (Inmarsat) Fax: +870 763616983 (Inmarsat) +870 600254560 (Inmarsat) Bridge Telex: +581431148810 (Inmarsat C) +583431148810 (Inmarsat C) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: (a) Vessels should send their ETA to the Baobab Marine Terminal at least 7 days prior to arrival, or, if at sea, as soon as orders are received to proceed to the Baobab Marine Terminal. ETA should be given in UTC. (b) Vessels should send ETA to the Baobab Marine Terminal and to Abidjan Port Authority 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. Additional notification should be given if the vessel's ETA varies from the original72h or 48h notification by 4h or more. (2) If the sea passage from the vessel's last port is less than 72h, notice should be given immediately after leaving such port of call to update or confirm the original ETA. (3) Should the ETA change by more than 1 h or more following the 24h notice, the vessel should promptly advise the Baobab Marine Terminal of the new ETA. (4) No vessel shall enter the area enclosed by a circle of radius 2 n miles centred on the Baobab Marine Terminal without permission from the terminal. (5) Vessels should contact the Baobab Marine Terminal when at least 10 n miles from the terminal on VHF Ch 74. (6) The Baobab Marine Terminal Loading Master will provide portable UHF radio sets for use whilst the vessel is at the terminal. (7) The Baobab Marine Terminal Mooring Master will normally board the vessel about 2 n miles off the terminal, or such other position as agreed by the Mooring Master. NOTE: The terminal is operated by MODEC International LLC. IVORY COAST (COTE D'IVOIRE) ESPOIR TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 FPSO Control Room VHF Frequency: Ch 1669 CNR Offshore Representative (UK) Telephone: +44(0)1224331900 Fax: +44(0)1224331902 E-mail: offshorerep.ei@cnrinternational.com HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 5°03'N 4°27'W (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send initial ETA to the CNR Offshore Representative on departure from previous port (or immediately on departure if port is less than 72h from the terminal), and send updated ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) The first message should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name, callsign and Inmarsat numbers (b) Cargo requirements (c) Maximum loading rate (d) Arrival draught fore and aft (e) Last port of call (f) Confirmation of clean Bill of Health (g) Any sickness onboard (h) Distance (in metres) from the bow to the loading manifold (i) LOA G) A statement to the effect that vessel can perform 'closed loading' (
k) Confirmation that vessel is equipped with a bow stopper able to receive 76mm chain (I) Local Agent's name and details (4) The CNR Offshore Representative must be advised should the vessel's ETA change: (a) By 6h or more following the 72h and 48h notice (b) By 1 h or more following the 24h notice (5) Berthing is available 0600-1500 LT. Vessels arriving after 1500 LT will be berthed the following day. Unberthing is available H24. (
6) Pilot will advise boarding position after VHF contact has been established with the terminal. SAN PEDRO, Ivory Coast (Cote d'lvoire) UNCTAD LOCODE: Cl SPY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +22534 711791 Fax: +22534711791 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Port Authority Telephone: +225 34 717200 +225 34 717202 Fax: +22534 717215 E-mail: pasp@pasp.ci Website: www.sanpedro-portci.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. 4°44'N 6°37'W (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance and confirm 3h in advance stating draught if the vessel is over 200m in length. (3) Vessels should send ETD 1 h in advance. (4) Pilot boards in position 4°42'∙50N 6°36'∙60W (1∙5 n miles S of Jetee Ouest). 204 205 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Aqaba Ports Corporation. Telephone: +962(0)32030960 Fax: +962(0)3 2016204 Mobile: +962(0)777 264495 E-mail: info@aqabaports.gov.jo Website: www.aqabaports.gov.jo EL 'AQABA UNCTAD LOCODE: JO AQJ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 08 09 Port Control Call: 'Aqaba Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +962(0)32016116 Fax: +962(0)3 2016116 'Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT) Telephone: +962(0)32039999 Fax: +962(0)3 2039133 E-mail: customerservice@act.com.jo Website: www.act.com.jo Jordan Maritime Authority Telephone: +962(0)32015858 Fax: +962(0)3 2031553 E-mail: jma@nic.net.jo Website: www.jma.gov.jo HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: JORDAN 29°31'N 35°00'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels bound for 'Aqaba for berthing, unberthing or entering the near and far anchorage areas. (2) Container vessels should submit both the Bay Plan and the Vessel Cargo Plan via agent to 'Aqaba Container Terminals (ACT) not less than 18h before arrival. (3) Inward∙bound Vessels should send ETA by fax to 'Aqaba Port Control 12h in advance. Message should be addressed to 'Aqaba Port Control stating: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Flag/home port (c) LOA (d) Maximum draught (forward and aft) (e) GT/NRT/Summer Deadweight (DWT) (f) Last port of call/next port of call (g) ETA (date and time) (h) Propulsion (singleltwin screw) (i) Type of ramp/length/width Ol Cargo (type and tonnage) (k) Liner or charterer (I) Agent's/owner's name (m) Year built (n) Dangerous cargo and radioactive elements (0) Displacement (4) Vessels should call 'Aqaba Port Control on VHF Ch 12 and maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 12 and 16 to receive instructions. (5) Outward∙bound Vessels should send ETD thin advance to 'Aqaba Port Control, together with request for pilot on VHF Chs 12 or 16. (6) Pilot boards vessels in 'Aqaba Port as follows: (a) General Cargo Berths, Phosphate Berths and anchorages: 29°29'∙80N 34°58'∙21 E (b) Container Terminal: 29°27'∙78N 34°57'∙88E (c) Moshtarak and Moutah Floating Berth: 29°28'∙50N 34°58'∙10E (d) Yarmouk Floating Berth: 29°27'∙11N 34°57'∙68E (e) Jordan Fertilizer Industry Berths and Oil Berths: 29°21'∙33N 34°56'∙64E NOTE: Vessels carrying dangerous cargo and radioactive elements should inform 'Aqaba Port Control of all the details to enable the port to take the necessary precautions and safety measures for unloading. KENYA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Kenya Ports Authority. Telephone: +254(0)41 2312211 Fax: +254(0)41 2311867 Mobile: +254(0)722415087 Telex: +987 21243 DIRKPA KE E-mail: md@kpa.co.ke Website: www.kpa.co.ke MOMBASA UNCTAD LOCODE: KE MBA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels unless exempted by the Port Authority, and is available as follows: (a) Tankers, other vessels carrying dangerous cargoes, vessels in excess of 200m LOA or constrained in any way: HJ (b) All other vessels: H24 (2) Pilot boards 2 n miles SE of the Fairway Lt buoy (4"05'∙50S 39°42'∙80E). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Controf Call: Mombasa Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +254(0)412312895 HrMr Telephone: +254(0)412311481 +254(0)41 2312211 Port Authority Telephone: +254(0)41 2112999 Fax: +254(0)41 2311867 E-mail: md@kpa.co.ke Website: www.kpa.co.ke HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels are required to keep watch on VHF Ch 12, 3h before berthing and unberthing, and at all times while at anchorage or at the mooring buoys. OTHER STATION IN THE AREA: Kipevu Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kipevu Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +254(0)41 2311878 +254(0)412312211 HOURS: H24 206 207 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Interior, Port Security Department. Telephone: +965 24843599 Fax: +965 24836334 Mobile: +965 99026496 ARRIVAL INFORMATION: KUWAIT (1) Owing to the prevailing situation in the Gulf area, the Ports Public Authority now exempt vessels, proceeding for Kuwait, from contacting Kuwait shore stations giving details of ETA. It is now requested that the vessel's agent at the port of departure, from which the vessel sailed for Kuwait, notify the Director, Marine Operations Department, Ports Public Authority, Kuwait (Telex: HM SHP 22740 KT), as soon as the vessel departs. (2) Messages should contain the following information: (a) Date and time of sailing (b) Length (of vessel) (c) Arrival draught (3) On entering Kuwaiti territorial waters contact should be made with the Marine Operations Department, Ports Public Authority, in the usual manner. MINE DANGER AREAS: (1) Mariners are advised that Mine Danger Areas exist in the northern Gulf waters. Further information may be obtained from the Maritime and Naval Authorities; relevant Admiralty Notices to Mariners should be consulted. (2) Mine sightings should be reported to coalition naval vessels on VHF Chs 16 or 13 and to the Naval Authorities. (3) Sightings within territorial waters should also be reported to the appropriate local authority. AL KUWAYT (KUWAIT) UNCTAD LOCODE: KW KWI Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 13 PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in position 29°25'∙60N 47"59'∙70E (1 n mile off the entrance to the fairway). Ra's 'Ajuzah Signal Station CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 13 Telephone: +965 22435873 +96522443788 Telex: +496 22733 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send the following details to Hr Mr, AI Kuwayt (Kuwait), 24h in advance. (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA at anchorage (c) IMO class number and UN page number of any dangerous cargo (d) Quantity of cargo for Kuwait (e) Whether cargo ready for discharge (f) Whether cargo equipment is in order; specific capacity (g) Draught, fore and aft (h) LOA (i) Crew's general health and whether vaccinated Ul Ports visited in the two weeks before arrival (2) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 16 when approaching Ra's al Ard from seaward. Vessels at anchor awaiting berthing instructions should listen out between 0400-0600 0800-1100 1600-1800. KUWAIT Ash Shuwaykh Signal Station CONTACT DETAilS: Harbour Control Call: Kuwait Harbour Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 Telephone: +965 22449154 +965 22435873 Port Authority Telephone: +965 24819757 Fax: +96524818472 +96524814196 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Vessels should send the following details to Hr Mr, AI Kuwayt (Kuwait), 24h in advance. (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA at anchorage (c) IMO class number and UN page number of any dangerous cargo (d) Quantity of cargo for Kuwait (e) Whether cargo ready for discharge (f) Whether cargo equipment is in order; specific capacity (g) Draught, fore and aft (h) LOA (i) Crew's general health and whether vaccinated Ul Ports visited in the two weeks before arrival (2) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 16 when approaching Ra's al Ard from seaward. Vessels at anchor awaiting berthing instructions should listen out between 0400-0600 0800-1100 1600-1800. OTHER PORT IN THE AREA: Ooha Harbour, Oaw~at Ka~imah Port CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Mina Doha VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +96524875507 +965 24878453 Fax: +96524871217 HOURS: 0330-1730 NOTE: Station is owned and operated by the Ports Public Authorities. MINA' ABO ALLAH UNCTAD LOCODE: KW MIB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mina AI-Al1madi Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 1669 Telephone: +96523262859 Fax: +96523261329 Mina AI Al1madi Hr Mr Fax: +96523261329 Port Authority Telephone: +965 23262859 Fax: +96523262265 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance via agents Minatank Kuwait Oil Tanker Co (KOTC) Agency Branch. (3) All VHF communications are to be made to the vessel's agent with a request that they be passed to the Kuwait Oil Tanker Company S.A.K. (KOTC), the Hr Mr, and the Marine and Export Operations Department. (4) All shipping movements are directed by the Hr Mr at Mina' AI Al1madi. (5) Pilot boards in the following position for Mina' Abd Allah Sea Island Terminal and Mina' Ash Shu'aybah Petroleum Products Pier: 29°01'∙75N 48°14'∙00E. 208 209 NOTE: Authority is the Kuwait Oil Company. MiNA' AL AtiMADi UNCTAD LOCODE: KW MEA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 67 68 Port Control Call: Mina' AI Apmadi Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 1669 Telephone: +96523262859 Fax: +965 23261329 Port Authority Telephone: +965 23261558 +96523261899 Fax: +965 23262265 E-mail: kduaij@kockw.com KOTC Agent (Minatank) VHF Frequency: Ch 74 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: KUWAIT (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all berthing/unberthing and movements within port limits and the restricted areas surrounding the offshore terminals. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h in advance with confirmation 24h in advance to KUOCO. (3) The following information should be sent to the agent prior to arrival: (a) ETA and last port of call (b) Any sickness on board (c) Number of crew to see doctor or dentist and number of crew unprotected against smallpox (d) All requirements: stores, repairs, provisions etc (4) VHF contact with Port Control should be established when within range. (5) Pilot boards as follows: (a) SPM: 29°06'∙70N 48°22'∙20E (b) North Pier: (i) 29°07'-20N 48° 11 '-lOE (ii) 29°09'∙20N 48°11 '∙70E (c) South Pier: 29°04'∙50N 48°12'∙50E RADAR: A harbour radar system is operated from the Hr Mr's Office at the S pier. NOTE: Station is owned and operated by the Kuwait Oil Company. MiNA' ASH SHU'AYBAH UNCTAD LOCODE: KW SAA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Mina' Ash Shu'aybah Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 13 14 Port Telephone: +96523260038 +965 23260069 Fax: +965 23262943 Port Authority Telephone: +96524848483 Fax: +96524819714 KUWAIT HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. The request for pilotage should be made through Mina: Ash Shu'aybah Port Control. (2) Notice of ETA: All vessels calling at Minei' Ash Shu'aybah Port are required to submit details of the vessel and its cargo with the initial ETA 72h and 36h prior to arrival. Confirmation of ETA should be sent 12h before arrival addressed to the Director Marine Operations, Port of Mina' Ash Shu'aybah. (3) Vessels should establish VHF contact with the port when within range. (4) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Mina' Ash Shu'aybah Petroleum Products Pier: 29°01'']5N 48°14'∙00E (b) Port: 1∙5 n miles E of the Petroleum Products Pier MiNA' AZ ZAWR UNCTAD LOCODE: KW MIS Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mina' Az Zawr Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 16 (any other working channel) Fax: +965 23950078 Website: www.sachevron.com Operations Room Telephone: +96523950841 ext339 Secretary Telephone: +96523950444 ext 619 Senior Mooring Master Telephone: +96523950096 +965 23950444 ex! 618 +96566388062 (mobile) Mooring Master Telephone: +96566442345 (mobile) Marine Superintendent Telephone: +96523951771 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: +965 23950444 ext 274 +965 66488077 (mobile) (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 28°46'N 48°28'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h and 72h in advance, with confirmation 48h and 24h in advance to Saudi Arabian Texaco Inc. (SAT), Mina' Az Zawr through the vessel's agent. (3) Pilot boards in position 28°45'-77N 48°29'∙37E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Saudi Arabian Texaco Inc. (SAT). LEBANON GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Transport, Directorate General of Land and Maritime Transport. Telephone: +961 (0)1 372436 Fax: +961 (0)1 372435 Mobile: +961 (0)3312385 E-mail: ncp@transportation.gov.lb ARRIVAL INFORMATION: (1) All vessels entering Lebanese territorial waters should obtain permission to enter from the Maritime Chamber 36h-24h in advance, through the agent. (2) All vessels should call Beirut Port Control on VHF Ch 16 when 12 n miles from Beirut port. 210 LEBANON TRABLOUS (TRIPOLI) UNCTAD LOCODE: LB KYE Dry Cargo Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 13 Telephone: +961(0)3914559 +961 (0)3 375598 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels should advise the agent of ETA. (2) Pilot boards in position 34°29'∙55N 35°49'∙13E. Tripoli Oillnsta"ations CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +961 (0)6387505 Fax: +961 (0)6387509 E-mail: marterm@cyberia.net.lb HOURS: Mon-Thur: 0800-1400 LT Sat: 0800-1300 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival at the Roads. (3) Mooring Master boards vessels 2 n miles NE of the breakwater head. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Tripoli Oil Installations (TOIL), Lebanon. EDL SPM Berth LOCATION: 34°29'∙70N 35°54'∙05E CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Pet ro-Sto re Telephone: +961 (0)3333233 (Mobile) Fax: +961(0)6410411 HOURS: Mon-Thur: 0800-1400 LT Sat: 0800-1300 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to Petro-Store 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival at the Roads. (3) Mooring Master boards vessels 2 n miles NE of the breakwater head. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by Electricite du Liban (EDL). Marine Operations are operated by Maritime Services S.A.R.L, a subsidiary of Petro-Store International S.A.R.L. Petro-Store Terminal LOCATION: 34°28'∙04N 35°50'∙30E CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +961 (0)3333233 (Mobile) Fax: +961(0)6410411 HOURS: Mon-Thur: 0800-1400 LT Sat: 0800-1300 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival at the Roads. (3) Mooring Master boards vessels 1∙5 n miles N of the breakwater head. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by Petro-Store International S.A.R.L. 212 -
213 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: National Port Authority. Telephone: +231 6402906 Fax: +231 77861997 E-mail: natportliberia@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalportauthorityliberia.org BUCHANAN UNCTAD LOCODE: LR UCN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: National Port Authority Telephone: +231 6402906 Fax: +231 77861997 E-mail: natportliberia@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalportauthorityliberia.org National Port Manager Telephone: +2316521662 PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in position 5'51'∙17N 10'05'∙55W. NOTE: All communication with the port should take place via Monrovia. GREENVlllE (SINOE) UNCTAD LOCODE: LR GRE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Nationat Port Authority Telephone: +231 6402906 Fax: +231 77861997 E-mail: natportliberia@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalportauthorityliberia.org National Port Manager Telephone: +231 6521662 PROCEDURE: LIBERIA Pilot boards in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy (4 '58'∙27N 9'04'∙27W). NOTE: It is reported that the port is currently closed (March 2009). HARPER (CAPE PAlMAS) UNCTAD LOCODE: LR CPA Port CONTACT DETAILS: National Port Authority Telephone: +231 6402906 Fax: +231 77861997 E-mail: natportliberia@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalportauthorityliberia.org National Port Manager Telephone: +2316521662 NOTE: It is reported that the port is currently closed (March 2009). LIBERIA MONROVIA UNCTAD LOCODE: LR MLW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 National Port Authority Telephone: +231 6402906 Fax: +231 77861997 E-mail: natportiiberia@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalportauthorityliberia.org National Port Manager Telephone: +2316521662 HOURS: Container vessels: H24 Foodstuffs and aid cargo: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and should be requested via agent 24h in advance. (2) ETA and arrival information should be passed via agent. (3) Pilot boards in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy (6°21'∙33N 10
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ARRIVAL INFORMATION AND REPORTING. ABU KAMMAsH, Sidi Said UNCTAD LOCODE: LY ABK Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Operators Telephone: +218(0)213615181 -3615185 Fax: +218(0)21 3609433 E-mail: gcci-abukamash@gcci.ly Website: www.gccLly Zuwiirah Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is provided by ZUWARAH (ZUARA). (2) Vessels should request pilots and advise ETA via Zuwiirah Port. (3) Pilot boards as directed by the Zuwarah Port Authority. NOTE: Terminal is operated by the General Company for Chemical Industries (GCCI), Zuwarah. 214 215 foy 11 /l..L 'K\1UM5 JI see. l'CX-C5e 2JS P-
AS SIDRAH TERMINAL (ES-SIDER TERlIilINAl) UNCTAD LOCODE: LY ES! Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: As Sidrah (Es-Sideq ContrOl VHF Frequency: Ch 16: 08 Operators Telephone: +218(0)21 3331116 Fax: +218(0)21 3337169 E-mail: Infowaha@wahaoli.com Website: www.wahaoil.net Terminal Administrati
on Telephone: +218(0)213615126 Terminal Superintendent's Office Telephone: +218(0)213615127 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for alllankers. LIBYA 30
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40'∙20N 18°23'∙50E. NOTE: Station IS operated by Waha Oil Company. AZ zAwivAH Oil TERMINAL (ZAWIA Oil TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: LY ZAW Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Az Zawiyah Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16: 252773 Telephone: +218(0)23 620125 +218(0)23 620126 +218(0)23620127 Fax: i-218(0)23 620092 Tripoli Office Telephone: +218(0)213610539 Fax: +218(0)21 3610538 +218(0)213610543 Webslte: www.zawya.com Loading Master (Cargo) Call: Tank Farm VHF Frequency: Ch 73 HOURS:Terminal: H24 Service Launches: HJ PROCEDURE: 32°48'N 12°42'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory Irom the tanker anchorage (1∙5 n miles NW of No 1 SBM berth) and wilhin the port limits. (2) Berthing and unberthing are available HJ only, Ihough operations Including loading, are liable to interruption by aaverse weather conditions, particularly during Ihe winter months. (
3) Vessels should establish VHF comac! as soon as possible (at approx 40 n miles distance) and report ETA. (4) When approaching the anchorage area. vessels should forward the Jollowlng Information: l
a) Vessel s name and flag (b) ETA IC) Cargo nomination grade and quantily Idl TechnicallOlormation as required by the lerminal operators (5) Mooring Master boards In the Tanker anChOrage area. AL f<HUMS 32°41'N 14
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15'E UNCTAD LOCODE: LY KHO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 08 10 12 Ooerators VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +218(0)51627910 -627915 Fax: +218(0)51 615400 +218(0)51 623745 E-mail: spc@spclibya.com HOURS: H24∙ PROCEDURE: (I) Pilolage is compulsory. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels snould advise ETA on departure from previous port and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA, position, course and speed when 12 n miles from the port. • " (4) Pilot boards In the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy (32°41 '∙20N 14°18'∙OOE). LIBYA NOTE: Terminal Aulhorlly IS lI1e Az Ziiwlyah Refining Co. Al ZI.IWI\YTiNl\1I (ZlJEITIN/\) UNCTAD LOCODE: LV ZUE Pilots, Port and Offshore TerminClls CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Zueilina Marine VHF Frequency. Ch 16: 13 Operators (Tanibulus) Telephone +218(0)21 33380 11 +2 I 8(0)21 4440956 +218(0)214441431 Fax: +218(0)213339109 Telex: ... 901 20289 ZUE LV LPG Control Room VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compulsory for all vessels , (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h. 48h and 24h 111 advance stating Ihe following II,iormalion: (a) Desllnalion (b) Lasl pori 01 call (C) Course (d) Speed (e) Delails of quality and cargo grade to be loaded (3) Vessels should establish and malnlain contacl by VHF when wilhin range. (4) Mooring Master boards close 10 Ihe Terminal Fairway Lt buoy or within Ihe anchorage area, cenlred on position 30
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01'∙13E. NOTE: Station is opera led by the Zuelina Oil Company, Tarabutus. ~~ANGIIA ZI UNCTAD LOCODE: LY BEN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call' 5AV VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2816: 2182 Telephone: .,.218(0)61 9092020 +218(0)619092021 Fax: +218(0)61 9098903 HOURS:0800-1800 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilolage is compulsory and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance. (3) Pilot boards aboul 0∙5 n miles 011 Ihe entrance but inside Ihe breakwaler in bad weather. nOli III OIL. TFmnli'll\L. UNCTAD LOCODE: LY SOU Pilots nnd Tcnninill LOCATION: FSO SIoug (33°54'∙56N 12°39'∙32E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: FSO Sloug (5APG) VHF Frequency: Ch 06 16 70 AGIP Tripoli Telephone: +218(0)213335135 Telex: +901 20282 AGIP LY :13"51'1'1 12"~:l9'E 216 217 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: LIBYA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is provided by the Mooring Master. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to "AGIP Oil Tripoli" through the agent. The 72h message should contain the following information: (a) ETA (LT and date) (b) Vessel's name and Master's name (c) Flag (d) GT, NRT, DWT, LOA and draught (e) Quantity of cargo required (f) Information as requested by the operators (3) Changes to the ETA of more than 12h should be forwarded immediately. (4) Vessels within VHF range of the FSO should contact Bouri Oil Terminal on VHF Ch 16, working on VHF Ch 70. After initial contact, a mutually agreed upon VHF Channel will be used. (5) Mooring operations normally take place HJ. (6) Mooring Master boards in the Waiting Area 2 n miles S of the FSO. NOTE: Station is owned and operated by AGIP Libya Oil Co and used exclusively for messages between expected tankers and the terminal. DARNAH (DERNA) UNCTAD LOCODE: LV DNF Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Telephone: +218(0)81 634812 +218(0)81634817 Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +218(0)81634813 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 32°46'N 22°40'E (2) Vessels are not permitted to enter the harbour between 2100-0600 LT. LIBYA∙ ARRIVAL INFORMATION AND REPORTING SYSTEM Reporting System HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels bound for any Libyan port must inform the agent in Libya, after leaving the last port of call, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Nationality (d) Name and address of the owner (e) Name and nationality of the master (f) Number of crew and any passengers (g) Gross tonnage (GT) (h) Type of cargo (i) Destination port m Duration of stay in the port (k) Date of arrival (ETA) (2) Vessels must contact the nearest CRS 24h before arriving at one of the following Approach Reporting Points, confirm the above information and additionally supply the following information: (a) Position (b) Speed (c) Course at that moment (d) Approach Reporting Point to be used (e) Sea state (f) Vessel's condition Call: MelJitah Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 72 LIBYA (3) All vessels bound for Libyan ports must pass through one of the following designated Approach Reporting Points. On arrival at an Approach Reporting Point vessels must report their position course and speed to the appropriate Port Authority , Destination Approach Reporting Points Az Zuwaytinah Oil Terminal 32'43'∙00N W06'∙00E r-
32'20'∙00N 20'06'∙00E Banghazi (Bengasi) 32'17'-00N 19'53'∙00E 32'09'∙00N 19'49'00E 32'03'∙00N 19°50'∙00E Darnah (Derna) 32°58'∙00N 22°42'∙00E Marsa al Burayqah Oil Terminal 32'43'∙00N 19'06'∙00E Mina' T ubruq (Mersa Tobruch) 32'10'∙00N 24'02'∙00E Oa~r Apmad (Oasr Ahmed) 32'34'∙00N 15'16'∙00E Ra's Lanuf Oil Terminal 32'43'∙00N 19'06'∙00E 33'05'∙00N 13'19'∙00E Tarabulus (Tripoli) 33'07'∙00N 13'10'∙00E 33' 05' ∙OON 13 ° 04' ∙OOE 33'00'∙00N 12°58'∙00E Zuwarah (Zuara) 33'03'∙00N 12°15'∙00E (4) All vessels (arriving, departing or on passage between Libyan ports) within Libyan territorial waters must make regular contact every 4h with a Libyan CRS on VH F Ch 16 or a Port Radio on VHF Chs lIar 16. Vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. MARSA AL BURAVQAH OIL TERMINAL (EL-BREGA OIL TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: LY LMO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Operators Telephone: +218(0)21 3610376 +218(0)21 3610390 Fax: +218(0)21 3610604 +218(0)21 3605118 E-mail: info@sirteoil.com Website: www.soc.com.ly PVrTug & Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 09121314 H
OURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pil
otage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance, stating agent's name, address and telephone numbers, and to be available before vessel's arrival. (3) Pilot boards near Brega Lt buoy (30'27'-60N 19'35'∙10E). NOTES: (1) For safety reasons the vessel's radio is not to be operated while the vessel is berthed, except in cases of an onboard emergency (fire, explosion etc) when the Port Control should be contacted, supplying all details, on VHF Ch 16. During an emergency all vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (2) Station is equipped with radar. (3) Station is operated by Sirte Oil Co., Libya. MARSA-EL-HARIGA UNCTAD LOCODE: LY MHR Pilots and Port NOTE: 32°04'N 23°59'E For details see MiNA TUBRUO, including MARSA-EL-HARIGA (MERSA TOBRUCH). 218 LIBYA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) The 24h notice should be sent to Mi~ratah Port Control, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name, call sign and flag (b) Date of build (c) Owner's name and address (d) Charterer's name and address (e) Agent's name (f) Consignee name (g) Master's name and nationality (h) LOA, beam, GT and NRT (i) Type of cargo and quantity GJ Cargo in transit (k) Date and time of sailing from last port (I) ETA at next port (m) Number of crew and passengers (n) Details of any animals or mail on board at time of reporting (0) Speed (p) Point of approach (q) Sea state and draught (forward and aft) (r) Degree of list if any (s) Name of last 10 ports (t) Stowaways if any (4) Vessels departing the port should advise Mi~ratah Port Control of the following: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Cargo onboard (c) Next port (d) Draught (forward and aft) (e) Course and speed (f) ETA next port (5) Vessels engaged in international voyages between Libyan ports should pass information to Mi~ratah Port Control as in (4). (6) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Commercial Harbour: 2 n miles from the entrance (b) LlSCO Harbour: 1 n mile from the Fairway Lt buoy RA'S LANOF UNCTAD LOCODE: LY RLA Rasco Harbour CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Rasco Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 102227 PFSO VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Ra's Lanuf Office Telephone: +218(0)21 3605177 -3605182 Fax: +218(0)21 3605174 E-mail: info@raslanuf.ly Website: wwwJaslanuf.ly Banghazi Office Telephone: +218(0)61 2230271 -2230278 PROCEDURE: 30
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30'N 18°36'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 24h, and 12h in advance. (2) Vessels should confirm ETA 4h in advance. (3) Any amendments of more than 1 h should be notified. The 72h message should include last port of call, any sickness on board and if vessel has a clean bill 01 health. The 12h message should include expected deballasting time. (4) Pilot boards near the Fairway Lt buoy (30'30'∙80N 18'37'∙70E) or in the anchorage close N. NOTE: Station is operated by Ra's LanOI Oil & Gas Processing Co Inc (RASCO). 220 221 Ra's Uinuf Offshore Oil Terminals CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots E-mail: marine.operations@vebalibya.com Port Control Call: Ra's LiinOI Oil Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 14 Tarabulus Office Telephone: +218(0)21 3330081 Fax: +218(0)21 3330490 E-mail: inlo@vebalibya.com Website: www.vebalibya.com PROCEDURE: LIBYA (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is provided by the Mooring Master. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to Veba Oil Operations by lax 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival, and should also advise ETA to Ra's UinOI pilots bye-mail. (3) Pilot boards in the anchorage (30
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33'∙40N 18°35'∙40E) NW 01 the terminals, or in a position nominated by the Mooring Master. NOTE: Station is operated by Veba Oil Operations, Tarabulus. TARABULUS (TRIPOLI) UNCTAD LOCODE: LV TIP Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tripoli Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 08 10 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 12h in advance. 32°55'N 13°13'E (3) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles N 01 the entrance to the approach channel (in bad weather, inside the outer harbour). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Tripoli Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182457177419458 Telephone: +218(0)21 3335010 +218(0)21 3339111 ext 462 Port Authority Telephone: +218(0)21 3342861-3342866 +218(0)21 3339111-3339116 +218(0)214441517 Fax: +218(0)21 3331530 Website: www.tripoliport.com HOURS: H24 ZUWARAH (ZUARA) UNCTAD LOCODE: LV ZUA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 12 Telephone: +218(0)25225305 NOTE: Provides pilotage lor ABU KAMMAsH. MADAGASCAR GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Agence Portuaire Maritime et Fluviale. Telephone: +261 20 2225860 Fax: +261 202225860 Mobile: +261 320 229259 E-mail: spapmf.dt@mttpat.gov.mg ANTSERANANA (DIEGO SUAREZ) UNCTAD LOCODE: MG DIE Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: RT Frequency (kHz): 218225866210-4 HOURS: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: Pil
otage is compulsory for vessels over 50m LOA. NOSY BE UNCTAD LOCODE: MG NOS Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is not available. TOAMASINA (TAMATAVE) UNCTAD LOCODE: MG TOA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 6210-4 Telephone: +261 205332155 Fax: +261 20 5333558 E-mail: capitaineriesept@wanadoo.mg Website: www.port-toamasina.com Madagascar International Container Terminal Telephone: +261 20 5335204 +261 20 5335205 +261 20 5335206 Fax: +261 205335207 E-mail: info@ictsi.mg Website: http://madagascar.ictsi.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 222 12'1 ~\ PORT D'EHOALA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Central VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +261 320304791 (Mobile) E∙mail: nicolas.ramahatadrah@ehoalaport.com Website: www.ehoalaport.com PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is computsory. 25
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Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) Valletta VTS: Vessels bound for Valletta, designated Ports VTS areas and other destinations in Malta other than Marsaxlokk. Designated Ports VTS areas are enclosed by the following positions: (a) Area 1: (i) 36°01'∙73N W22'∙56E (ii) 36°01'∙73N W23'∙46E (iii) 35°59'∙85N W26'∙51E (iv) 35°58'∙66N W26'∙51E (v) 35°59'∙23N W23'∙76E (b) Area 2: (i) 35°53'∙03N W35'∙06E (ii) 35°53'∙33N W35'∙46E (iii) 35°52'∙23N W36'∙16E (iv) 35°52'∙03N W35'∙76E (v) 35 ° 52' -43N W 35' -46E (vi) 35°52'∙63N W35'∙06E (c) Area 3 (divided into 2 sectors at longitude 14°47'∙OOE): (i) 35°54'∙93N W44'∙56E (ii) 35°54'∙93N W48'∙76E (iii) 35°51'93N W48'∙76E (iv) 35°51'∙93N W44'∙56E (d) Area 4: (i) 35°50'∙63N W35'∙96E (ii) 35°48'∙93N W35'∙96E (iii) 35°48'∙93N W34'∙86E (e) Area 6: (i) 35°57'∙83N WI9'∙06E (ii) 35°57'∙83N WI9'∙36E (iii) 35°57'∙23N WI9'∙66E (iv) 35°56'∙83N WI9'∙36E (v) 35°56'∙83N WI9'∙06E (2) Marsaxlokk VTS: Vessels bound for Marsaxlokk. (3) Malta VTS: The territorial waters (12 n miles from nearest shore), excluding the designated Ports VTS areas. DESCRIPTION: Two operational centres have been established to provide a Vessel Traffic Service as follows: (1) Valletta Ports Vessel Traffic Service (Valletta VTS), operated by the Malta Maritime Authority to regulate the movement of vessels within and between ports, in the approaches to a port and within territorial waters when carrying out maritime activities. A Traffic Organisation Service and an Information Service are provided. A Navigational Assistance Service is provided on request or when deemed necessary. (2) Malta Coastal Station (Malta VTS), operated by the Armed Forces of Malta, is responsible to monitor shipping and to receive vessel information within territorial waters. The Coastal Station may request additional information even from vessels beyond the territorial waters. Malta VTS provides an Information Service. 226 227 CONTACT DETAILS: Valletta YTS Call: Valletta Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11122022 Telephone: +35622914651 Fax: +356 22 914419 E-mail: vts@mma.gov.mt Marsaxlokk YTS Call: Marsaxlokk Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 20 22 Telephone: +356 22 914652 Fax: +356 22 914419 E-mail: vts@mma.gov.mt Malta YTS Call: Malta YTS VHF Frequency: Ch 1669 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 (Malta Radio listening watch) Telephone: +35622494202 +356 22 494206 +356 22 494207 Fax: +356 21 809860 Telex: +406 1489 E-mail: opsroom.afm@gov.mt Malta Maritime Authority Telephone: +35621 222203 Fax: +35621 222208 E-mail: info@mma.gov.mt Website: www.mma.gov.mt HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: MALTA (1) Participation in the Malta YTS and Valletta YTS is mandatory for all vessels regardless of size. (2) Vessels calling to receive a service outside port should call Valletta Port Control for instructions. REPORTING (INWARD-BOUND): Vessels should call Valletta Port Control or Marsaxlokk Port Control (as applicable) as follows: (1) Vessels approaching port from any direction: (a) At least 2h before arrival at the pilot station (b) 30 mins before arrival at the pilot station, or as directed by the YTS (c) When pilot embarked (d) When entering port (e) On berthing (f) When pilot disembarked (2) Vessels bound for the bunkering/waiting area or conveyance operations: (a) At least 2h before arrival at the pilot station (b) 30 mins before arrival at the bunkering/waiting area or conveyance position, or as directed by the YTS (c) On anchoring in the bunkering/waiting area or on arrival at the conveyance position REPORTING (OUTWARD-BOUND): Vessels should call Valletta Port Control or Marsaxlokk Port COD.!rol (as applicable) as follows: (1) When departing from port: (a) When pilot embarked (b) Prior to and clearing berth (c) When leaving port (d) When pilot disembarked (2) Vessels departing from the bunkering/waiting area or conveyance position: On weighing anchor in the bunkering/waiting area or departing conveyance position. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Navigational and weather information broadcasts are made by Valletta YTS on VHF Ch 11 at 0703, 1103, 1703 and 2303 (UTC) and any other time when deemed necessary. MALTA MARSAXLOKK UNCTAD LOCODE: MT MAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Marsaxlokk Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +35621 227028 Fax: +356 21 227029 Port Control Call: Marsaxlokk Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 20 22 Telephone: +35622914652 Fax: +35622914419 E-mail: vts@mma.gov.mt Port Authority Telephone: +356 21 222203 +356 21 222204 +35621 224577 Fax: +35621 222208 +35621 226309 E-mail: info@mma.gov.mt Website: www.mma.gov.mt Malta Freeport Terminal Telephone: +35621 650200 Fax: +35621 251900 E-mail: marketing@maltafreeport.com.mt Website: www.maltafreeport.com.mt Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 106874 Terminals and Marinas VHF Frequency: Ch 13 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) For details regarding compulsory pilotage and pilot ordering, see MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. (2) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Good weather: (
i) Vessels of 300m LOA and over: 3 n miles ESE of Marsaxlokk harbour entrance (ii) Vessels less than 300m LOA: 2 n miles ESE of Marsaxlokk harbour entrance (b) Bad weather: (i) 2 n miles ENE of Valletta harbour entrance (ii) A safe distance off the S coast, W of Marsaxlokk Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: See MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. VALLETTA UNCTAD LOCODE: MT MLA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Valletta Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +35621 227028 Fax: +356 21 227029 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 35°54'N 14°31'E (1) For details regarding compulsory pilotage and pilot ordering, see MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. 228 229 (2) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Good weather: 2 n miles ENE of Valletta harbour entrance (b) Bad weather: NOTE: (i) 3 n miles ESE of Marsaxlokk harbour entrance (ii) A safe distance off the S coast, W of Marsaxlokk MALTA The same pilot boarding positions are also used for vessels bound for Mgarr, GOlO. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: See MALTA VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Port CONTACT DETAilS: Port Control Call: Valletta Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 122022 Telephone: +35622914651 Fax: +35622914419 E-mail: v1s@mma.gov.mt HrMr Telephone: +35621 239010 Port Authority Telephone: +35621 222203 +356 21 222204 +356 21 224577 Fax: +35621 222208 +356 21 226309 E-mail: info@mma.gov.mt Website: www.mma.gov_mt Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 106874 Terminals and Marinas VHF Frequency: Ch 13 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance to the Port Operations Manager. (2) Vessels should send ETA on VHF Ch 12 at least 2h in advance and when 5 n miles from the Fairway Lt buoy. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Navigational and weather information broadcasts are made by Valletta VTS on VHF Ch 11 at 0703, 1103, 1703 and 2303 (UTC) and any other time when deemed necessary. OTHER STATION IN THE AREA: Malta Dry Docks Dry Docks CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Malta Dry Docks, Planning and Movement Department VHF Frequency: Ch 06 11 12 16 Telephone: +35621 821669 (Direct) +356 21 822451 ext 312 +35621 822451 ext 313 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Direction de la Marine Marchande. Telephone: +222 525 7893 Mobile: +222 6361219 E-mail: baroelhadj@yahoo.fr MAURITANIA MAURITANIA NOUADHIBOU UNCTAD LOCODE: MR NOB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Nouadhibou Pilot Pilotage Nouadhibou VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 121314 Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +2225745134 +2225746103 +2226360120 Fax: +222 5745136 Website: www.portndb.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 70m LOA. 20
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a) In the vicinity of Lt buoy No 2 (b) Vessels unfamiliar with the port: In the vicinity of Lt Buoy No 0 OTHER PORT IN THE NOUAOHIBOU AREA: Nouadhibou, Port Mineralier de Cansado 20
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49'N 17°02'W UNCTAD LOCODE: MR NOB Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots and Port Call: Nouadhibou Pilot Pilotage Nouadhibou VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 121314 Port Captain Telephone: +2225741900 Port Operators Call: SNIM Nouadhibou VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 121314 Telephone: +2225741945 +222 5741946 E-mail: snim@snim.com HOURS: Pilots: HJ Port: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compUlsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) ETAs should also be sent to SNIM Paris. (4) Pilot boards in the vicinity of Lt buoy No 2. 230 231 NOUAKCHon (PORT DE L:AMITIE) UNCTAD LOCODE: MR NKC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Port Call: Capitainerie Nouakchott Nouakchott Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +2225253859 Fax: +2225251615 E-mail: info@panpa.mr Website: www.panpa.mr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: MAURITANIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. (
2) Vessels should send request for pilot by fax or through the agent. (3) Pilot boards at the Landfall Lt buoy (17°59'∙05N 16"04'∙00W). MAURITIUS GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Mauritius Ports Authority, National Maritime Harbour Security Committee. Telephone: +230 2400871 Fax: +230 2428314 Mobile: +230 2590736 E-mail: portmaster@intnet.mu PORT LOUIS UNCTAD LOCODE: MU PLU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 Telephone: +2302420458 Fax: +230 2163253 Harbour Radio Call: Port Louis Harbour Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 Telephone: +2302169074 +2302169081 Fax: +2302169078 E-mail: harbourradio@mauport.com Port Authority Telephone: +230 2065400 Fax: +230 2400856 E-mail: info@mauport.com Website: www.mauport.com Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 100 GT entering or leaving the port and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA as soon as possible and request for pilot 24h in advance to the Hr Mr through the agent stating: (a) Vessel's draught (b) LOA (c) Tonnage (gross or net) (3) Vessels should confirm above details 2h in advance on VHF Chs 16 or 12. (4) Pilot boards in position 20
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(S) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Danube Pilot: 45°08'∙70N 29°47'∙05E (off Sulina (Romania)) (b) Port Pilot: Mile Marker 71.5 NOTE: The port is owned and operated by Danube Logistics SRL. MONACO GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Departement de I'lnterieur. Telephone: +377 9315301S Fax: +377 93302245 E-mail: dpma@gouv.mc MONACO, PORT OF UNCTAD LOCODE: MC MON Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Monaco Pilote VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +377 97970852 Fax: +377 98982281 HOURS: 1 May -3 ~ Sept: 0800-2300 LT 1 Oct-30 April: 0800-2000 LT Outside these hours: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 80m LOA. 43°44'N 7°26'E (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send the request for a pilot 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 0∙3 n miles E of the port entrance. 232 233 Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Monaco Port VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Direction des Affairs Maritimes Telephone: +377 98982280 Societe d'Exploitation des Ports (SEPM) Telephone: +377 97773000 HOURS: Mon-Fri: 0830-1830 LT Sat & Sun: Call Pilots PROCEDURE: MONACO (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h in advance to the Hr Mr stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Dimensions (c) Draught (d) Flag (e) Duration of stay (2) Vessels should confirm ETA 24h before arrival. MONTENEGRO GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Transport. Telephone: +382(0)20 234639 Fax: +382(0)20 234331 Mobile: +382(0)67 333018 E-mail: svukcevic@mn.yu ETA MESSAGE: All vessels calling at harbours in Montenegro should give 24h notice of ETA PILOTAGE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and for all vessels carrying dangerous chemical or combustible substances whilst proceeding between Ports in Montenegro and whilst within coastal waters of Montenegro. ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP): For details of the ADRIATIC TRAFFIC Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation V/11 see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS. BAR 42°06'N 19°05'E UNCTAD LOCODE: CS BAR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and for all vessels carrying chemical or combustible substances. (2) Pilotage for tankers is available HJ only. (3) Notice of ETA: All vessels should give 24h notice of ETA. (4) Pilot ordering: Pilotage can be requested from the Hr Mr's Office, 6h in advance. (5) Pilot boards in the vicinity of Lt buoy P (42°06'-40N 19°03'∙60E). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Bar Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 MONTENEGRO Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +382(0)30312733 Fax: +382(0)30 311384 Port Authority Telephone: +382(0)30 311127 +382(0)30 312114 Fax: +382(0)30 311132 +382(0)30 312009 E-mail: lukabar@t-com.me Website: www.lukabar.me Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: H24 KOTOR UNCTAD LOCODE: CS KOT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots (KOTORMAR) Call: Kotor Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +382(0)32325569 Fax: +382(0)32 325572 E-mail: kotormar@cg.yu Pilots (MBALlC) VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +382(0)31 683666 Fax: +382(0)31 683164 +382(0)31 683165 E-mail: mbpomag@cg.yu Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +382(0)32304312 Fax: +382(0)32304313 E-mail: kapetani@cg.yu Port Authority Telephone: +382(0)32325573 +382(0)32322344 Fax: +382(0)32 325573 E-mail: lukakotor@cg.yu Website: www.portofkotor.cg.yu HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 42°26'N 18°46'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should make contact on VHF Ch 16 through the agent or directly to the port. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Fair weather: 42°23'∙00N 18°33'∙00E (1 n mile SE of Rt Ostra) (b) Bad weather: 42°26'∙40N 18°34'∙10E NOTE: MBALlC provides pilot services for the shipyard at Bjela. MOROCCO GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministere de L'Equipement et du Transport Direction des Ports et du Domaine Public Maritime. Telephone: +212(0)537 755758 Fax: +212(0)537 750011 Mobile: +212(0)661 175762 E-mail: benjelloun@mtpnet.gov.ma 234 235 MOROCCO STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE: For details of the Strait of Gibraltar Vessel Traffic Service (GIBREP), see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR. AGADIR UNCTAD LOCODE: MA AGA Pilots and Port NOTE: SeeANZA. ALHOCE'iMA UNCTAD LOCODE: MA AHU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +212(0)539983374 Naval Base VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)539983374 +212(0)539 984043 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 35°14"68N 3°55'∙04W and requires 1h notice of ETA. ANZA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24 (HJ for large vessels berthing or in bad weather). (2) Pilot boards in position 30
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(2) Vessels should establish contact with Pilotage Casablanca on VHF Ch 12 at least 1 h before arrival in the roadstead, at least Y2h before leaving the port or moving within the port and after having made compulsory contact with the VTS on VHF Ch 14 stating ETA in the roads, ETD or time of movement within the port. The pilot will inform the vessel of the expected time and position of boarding. (3) All vessels arriving in Casablanca roads should immediately contact the VTS on VHF Ch 14 stating position, heading and speed. (4) Pilot boards in position 33°38'∙05N ?-34'∙60W. Vessel Traffic Service CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Casablanca VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 121468 Telephone: +212(0)522317111 +212(0)522 449436 Fax: +212(0)522313501 Telex: +40721992 (ODEPDEPC 21992M) PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send an ETA message at least 24h in advance or immediately on leaving the previous port stating: (a) Vessel's name and nationality (b) LOA, maximum dimensions and gross tonnage (GT) (c) Maximum draught on arrival (d) ETA (in UT) (e) Type and tonnage of dangerous cargo to be unloaded/in transit (f) Present damage to the vessel or its cargo (2) Vessels should confirm the ETA message 12h and 4h before arrival in the roads. (3) Vessels wishing to move should initially request permission from the Hr Mr. Vessels (except in the case of Force Majeure) should inform the VTS or the Hr Mr the time they begin the movement (entering, departing or moving within a basin). The VTS should be informed of all changes which affect the movement. (4) All vessels permitted to berth should be cleared to do so by the VTS to ensure that their berthing will not interfere with vessels already manoeuvring. (5) All requests for rescue or assistance should be made to the VTS on VHF Ch 16. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: (1) Vessel movements are broadcast on VHF Ch 14 on request. (2) Weather forecasts are broadcast on request. (3) Special bulletins are broadcast on VHF Ch 14 after an initial announcement on VHF Ch 16. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Capitainerie du Port (Hr Mr) Call: Capitainerie du Port Casablanca Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 121416 Telephone: +212(0)522449436 Fax: +212(0)522313501 236 237 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)522317111 Fax: +212(0)522315895 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Police VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Fire: Safety Service VHF Frequency: Ch 68 CEUTA, Spain UNCTAD LOCODE: ES CEU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Telephone: +34956508331 +34676775108 (Mobile) Fax: +34956 501524 VTS Call: Ceuta Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 12 Telephone: +34956527016 +34956527017 Fax: +34956 527010 E-mail: controladores@puertodeceuta.com Port Authority Telephone: +34956527000 Fax: +34956 527001 E-mail: apceuta@puertodeceuta.com Website: www.puertodeceuta.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. MOROCCO 35°54'N 5°19'W (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance to the agent, delays should be forwarded to the Pilot Station. If hazardous materials or dangerous goods are on board, ETA should be advised 48h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles from the entrance. DAKHLA,AD UNCTAD LOCODE: MA VIL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 Telephone: +212(0)528897176 Fax: +212(0)528930999 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)528898818 +212(0)528897176 Fax: +212(0)528898825 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: 23°39'N 15°57'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 GT and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 2h in advance. (3) Pi I ot boa rd sIn mile south of Punta Durnford. MOROCCO JORF LASFAR UNCTAD LOCODE: MA JFL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +212(0)523 345013 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 100 GT. (2) Pilot boards at least 0∙6 n miles W of the breakwater head. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +212(0)523345180 +212(0)523 345093 Fax: +212(0)523 345093 +212(0)523 345112 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA at least 72h before arrival via local agent and by fax to the Harbour Office. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous cargo may enter the port HJ only. KENITRA UNCTAD LOCODE: MA NNA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 2153 2371 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory in Oued Sebou and is available during periods of HW. (2) Pilot boards vessels at the river mouth. NOTE: Provides pilotage for Mehdia. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: CNP6 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 2593 2620 Telephone: +212(0)537372949 HOURS: During HW PROCEDURE: Vessels should send ETA message and draught to the agent. LAAvOUNE UNCTAD LOCODE: EH EUN Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 69 70 Telephone: +212(0)528890472 +212(0)528 893628 Fax: +212(0)528 890472 Telex: +40726614 Website: www.ocpgroup.ma HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to Phosboucraa Laayoune. (3) Pilot boards 0-7 n miles off the Phosphate Terminal (27<03'∙90N 13°2T∙80W). 238 239 NOTE: Terminal is operated by Phosboucraa SA, Laayoune. MELlLLA, Spain UNCTAD LOCODE: ES MLN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Melilla Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 111214 Telephone: +34952681650 +34670053753 (Mobile) Fax: +34 952 686101 E-mail: pracmeli@practicos.e.telefonica.net Port Telephone: +34952673600 Fax: +34952674838 E-mail: info@puertomelilla.com Website: www.puertomelilla.com HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: MOROCCO 35°17'N 2°56'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 50 tons and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards near the port entrance. MOHAMMEDIA UNCTAD LOCODE: MA MOH Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 33°44'N 7°23'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels entering/leaving the harbour or shifting berth. (2) Berthing is available HJ only, unberthing H24. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port: 33°43'∙55N 7"22'∙25W (E of harbour entrance) (b) Oil Terminal: 33°46'∙20N 7"23'∙00W (in the vicinity of the Approach Lt buoy) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +212(0)523314747 Fax: +212(0)523 302720 Oil Terminal (Marsa Maroc) Telephone: +212(0)523 324076 +212(0)523 324077 Fax: +212(0)523324075 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)523324790 +212(0)523 315202 Fax: +212(0)523 301601 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessel should send initial ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance, confirming 1 h prior to arrival on VHF Ch 11. (2) Pre-arrival information check list and ISPS declaration should be sent to the Hr Mr by fax or via agent 48h before arrival. MOROCCO PORTNADOR UNCTAD LOCODE: MA NOR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +212(0)536608518 Fax: +212(0)536608531 Telex: +407 65794 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available 0630-2200 LT. (2) Notice of ETA: All vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name, call sign and nationality (b) GT, NRT and LOA (c) Draught on arrival (d) Last cargo and if any dangerous cargoes on board (3) Vessels should contact Port Control on VHF Ch 16, 3h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot requires 1 h notice of arrival. (5) Pilot boards in the anchorage (0∙5 n miles NE of the breakwater). NOTE: Port Nador is situated next to MELlLLA and the same entrance is used. SAFI UNCTAD LOCODE: MA SFI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Semaphore Safi VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 09 10 11 12 Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +212(0)524462256 Fax: +212(0)524464828 Hr Mr Telephone: +212(0)524463420 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)524462256 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 GT and is available HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days prior to arrival and confirm 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilotage should be arranged through the agent. (4) Berthing is available HJ only and unberthing is available H24 by arrangement. (5) Pilot boards about 0∙5 n miles off the breakwater. In bad weather the pilot boards inside the breakwater. TANGER (TANGIER) UNCTAD LOCODE: MA TNG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Captain VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +212(0)539932400 Port Telephone: +212(0)539936040 Fax: +212(0)539931505 Telex: +407 33690 Telegraph: TANGEPORT TANGER ./ 240 241 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: MOROCCO (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 50 GT and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 6h and 1h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 35°48'∙16N 5°47'∙17W. TANGER-MEDITERRANEE (TANGER-MED) 35°54'N S030'W Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Port Authority Telephone: +212(0)539337083 +212(0)539337071 Fax: +212(0)539 337090 +212{O)539337091 E-mail: inlo.ptm@tmsa.ma Website: www.tmsa.ma HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compulsory for all vessels of 50m LOA and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA directly or via agent 24h prior to arrival, or on departure from last port if less than 24h distant. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 35'54'∙80N 5°32'∙20W (b) 35'5b':~'" 5°~'f~50W Vessel TraHic Service CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tanger-Med VTS VHF Frequency: Ch 1214 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Reporting: Vessels should contact Tanger-Med VTS on VHF Ch 14, 2h prior to arrival. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: National Institute for Maritime Affairs. Telephone: +2581320552 Fax: +258 1324007 Mobile: +258 82303988 E-mail: safman@zelera.uem.mz BEIRA UNCTAD LOCODE: MZ SEW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Seira Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Port Control Call: Seira Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +25823329806 +258 23329807 +258 23329808 Fax: +258 23329805 +258 23329809 Berthing & Unberthing VHF Frequency: Ch 06 11 14 MOZAMBIQUE HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels bound for Beira, with the exception of national fishing vessels and coastal vessels with special permission. (2) Notice of ETA: Pre-arrival notification Is compulsory for vessels bound for Beira. Vessels must send nomication 72h and 48h before arrival at the outer channel entrance (Approach Lt buoy A) by fax to the Beira Traffic Control Tower. Vessels whose last port of call was in Mozambique (or Durban), must fax this message to the Beira Traffic Control on departure from that port. (3) Vessels must send ETA at the Approach Lt buoy A, to Beira Port Control Tower on VHF Chs 12 or 16, 1 hour before arrival at the outer roads of the sea channel. (4) It is compulsory for vessels to provide an arrival announcement on VHF Ch 12, on passing the Approach Lt buoy A. Entrance in the channel is only allowed after obtaining permission from Beira Control Tower. (
5) Pilot boards in the vicinity of Lt buoy No 2 (in normal weather conditions). Oil Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Moorin g Supervisor VHF Frequency: Ch 11 _. Terminal "'-anager Telephone: +258 23321460 Fax: +258 23329192 +25823329193 Operations Manager Telephone: +25823321461 +258 23321464 Shift Supervisor Telephone: +258 23321467 +258 23321463 Emergency Telephone: +25823321467 +25823321349 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all tankers calling at the terminal. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise notice of ETA via agent 72h prior to arrival, and confirm directly to Port Control by fax or VHF Ch 12. (3) During berthing operations, vessels must maintain contact with the mooring supervisor on VHF Ch 11. MAPUTO UNCTAD LOCODE: MZ MPM Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +258 21430101 Fax: +258 21430101 E-mail: marineop$@portmaputo.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h, 24h, 12h and 2h prior to arrival at the pilot station. (3) Pilot boards in position 0∙2 n miles ENE of No 6 Pilot Lt buoy. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Vessel Traffic Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 Telephone: +25821494396 Fax: +258 21430101 242 243 Port Authority Telephone: +25821313920 Fax: +25821313921 E-mail: info@portmaputo.com Website: www.portmaputo.com HOURS: H24 NACALA UNCTAD LOCODE: MZ MNC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Nacala Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 27 RT Frequency (kHz): 8284 Port Authority Telephone: +25826526216 +258 26526857 +258 26526279 +258 26526281 +258823028898 (Mobile) Fax: +258 26526390 E-mail: porto.nacala@cdn.co.mz Website: www.portodenacala.co.mz HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: MOZAMBIQUE (1) Pilotage is compulsory for berthing and unberthing and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA via agent at least 5 days prior to arrival, including the following information: (a) Deepest arrival draught (b) Last port of call (c) Master's name (3) Confirmation and amendments of ETA should be sent via agent 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival, including any changes to arrival draught. (4) Pilot ordering: Advance notice of ETA and draught should be advised via agent at least 24h prior to arrival, with confirmation 4h before entering Baia de Fernao Veloso. (5) Pilot boards approximately 2 n miles NE of Nacala Lt (14°26'∙775 40
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38'∙82E). During strong winds the pilot will embark inside the bay. QUELlMANE UNCTAD LOCODE: MZ UEL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Quelimane Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Port Authority Telephone: +258 24212502 Fax: +258 24213123 Port Agent Fax: +25821420177 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only. (2) Entry and departure is only permitted at HW during the port working hours 0700-
2300 (other times by arrangement). (3) Notice of ETA: ETA should be sent through the agent 7 days prior to arrival stating deepest arrival draught, and last port of call. Further ETAs should be sent 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival giving date and time of arrival and any change to draught. (4) Pilot boards close E of Pillar Lt buoy P (18°05'∙505 37"01'∙60E). NOTE: Tugs are not available. NAMIBIA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Namibia Ports Authority. Telephone: +264(0)64 2082204 Fax: +264(0)64 2082333 Mobile: +264(0)811 270170 E-mail: mike@namport.com.na ETA NOTIFICATION: (1) Vessels should send ETA to the appropriate Port Control on VHF Ch 16 when within 20 n miles of their destination. (
2) All vessels at anchor within, or near, the limits of a Namibian port are required to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. LOOERITZ UNCTAD LOCODE: NA LUD Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 PorI Control Call: Luderitz Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +264(0)632002007 +264(0)63 2002008 Website: www.namport.com Port Manager Telephone: +264(0)632002017 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 HOURS: Port Control: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law or which hold a permit issued by the Port Captain. (
2) Vessels should confirm ETA 1 h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Good weather: 1 n mile N of Angra Pt (b) Bad weather: 0∙7 n miles NE of Angra Pt WALVIS BAY UNCTAD LOCODE: NA WVB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Port Control Call: Walvis Bay Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Telephone: +264(0)642082263 Port Authority +264(0)64 2082264 +264(0)64 2082265 Telephone: +264(0)642082201 +264(0)64 2082204 Fax: +264(0)64 2082325 Website: www.namport.com Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16 244 245 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: NAMIBIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law or which hold a permit issued by the Port Captain. (2) Pilot boards in position 22°52'-45S 14°29'∙60E (0∙5 n miles NWofthe Fairway Lt buoy). Reporting System REPORTING: Vessels inward-bound should report to Port Control on VHF Ch 16 stating ETA in the following positions: (1) NNW Approach: in position: 22°43'∙00S 14°20'∙00E (2) SSW Approach: in position: 23°05'∙00S 14°20'∙00E GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Nigeria Ports Authority. Telephone: +234(0)1 2645894 Fax: +234(0)1 2645894 Mobile: +234(0)80 33019750 E-mail: sfunsh2000@yahoo.com COMPULSORY PILOTAGE DISTRICTS: NIGERIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the four Sea Pilotage Districts established within the Exclusive Economic Zones of the Nigerian coast. The Districts are encompassed within an Area bounded by the following positions: (a) 4°30'∙33N 8°24'∙12E (b) 4°01'∙80N 8°20'-42E (c) 3°26'∙50N 7"24'∙42E (d) 3°28'∙75N 6°DD'DDE (e) 4°49'∙12N 5°00'∙00E (D 6°00'∙DON 4°30'∙00E (g) 6°00'∙00N 3°10'∙00E (h) 6°23'∙75N 3°10'∙00E (2) The four Sea Pilotage Districts are bounded as follows: (a) District A (Calabar River Oil Terminals): encompasses all parts of the navigable area between longitudes 8°24'∙12E and 7°24'∙42E. (b) District B (Bonny and Brass Offshore Oil Terminals): encompasses all parts of the navigable area between longitudes 7"24'-42E and 6°00'∙00E. (c) District C (North Apoi, Forcados and Escravos Oil Terminals): encompasses all parts of the navigable area between longitudes 6°00'∙00E and 4 ° 30' ∙OOE. (d) District D (Kuramo and Lekki): encompasses all parts of the navigable area between longitudes 4°30'∙00E and 3°10'∙00E. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: (1) Before entering any of the creeks, rivers or channels in Nigerian waters, vessels are required to broadcast their intentions by radio and to keep continuous watch on 2182 kHz. Vessels should exchange positional information to facilitate safe navigation, but such messages are to be discontinued on request from any naval, military or port authority, or from any Nigerian Coast Radio Station or authorized officer. (2) 2 months prior to arrival the agent should register the vessel with the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) in order to obtain a Ship Entry Notice (SEN). This does not apply to vessels carrying petroleum products in bulk, or in ballast. Without a SEN the vessel cannot enter Nigerian Territorial Waters. VHF REGULATIONS: (1) VHF communication is subject to the following regulations: (a) Ch 16 is to be used as a calling and listening frequency by ship stations, Hr Mr, Chief Pilot and East Mole Station. (b) Chs 09, 1 t, 12, 13 and 14 are reserved for the sole use of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and agents and ships are not to work on them unless so required by an NPA Station. (c) Chs 22, 23, 24 and 25 are reserved as working channels for ship-ship and agent-ship communication. (d) Ch 21 is reserved as calling and listening frequency for communication between agents and their land mobile station. (e) Chs 17, 18, 19 and 20 are reserved as working channels for communication between shore stations other than NPA. NIGERIA (2) The manner of operation under these restrictions will be: (a) All ships will keep simultaneous listening watch on Chs 16 and 21. They will use Ch 16 when calling Hr Mr, Chief Pilot and East Mole Signal Station and other ships and use Ch 21 for calling their agents. (b) All non NPA fixed stations will keep watch on Chs 16 and 21. They will use Ch 16 when calling offices of Chief Pilot, Hr Mr, and East Mole Signal Station. For calling their respective vessels they will use Ch 21. After establishing contact, they will switch over to a mutually acceptable channel. Agents will use VHF to contact NPA stations as a last resort and only when the more conventional methods such as telephones and messengers fail. (c) NPA stations will use Ch 16 for contacting ships, tugs and operational centres i.e. Hr Mr, Chief Pilot and East Mole Signal Station, and Ch 11 for other NPA internal communication. After establishing contact NPA stations will select a working channel other than 11, 14, and 16. (Fire service will continue to work on Ch 14 while maintaining a listening watch on Ch 16). OIL TERMINALS∙ ETA REPORTING: (1) Vessels are required to report their ETA at the terminal anchorage or Fairway Lt buoy as follows: 7 days beforehand, or on leaving previous port if less, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (2) Any amendments of more than 12h should also be notified immediately. (3) Vessels should establish contact with the terminal when within VHF range. ABO FPSO TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Tanker (FPSO) Abo. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: ABO FPSO (HOIQ) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 72 Telephone: +6567960441 +870763607517 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +65 6796 0459 +870763607519 (Inmarsat mini-M) E-mail: abo@sg.prosafe.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within a 2 n mile radius of the FPSO and is provided by the Mooring Master. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 7 days before arrival. The ETA should be updated 72h, 48h, 24h and 4h in advance. (3) The first ETA notification message should include the following information: (a) Vessel's name, call sign and Inmarsat numbers for voice/telex/fax if so fitted (b) ETA in LT (GMT + 1) (c) Cargo requirements (d) De-ballasting time (e) Maximum loading rate (f) Arrival draught fore and aft (g) Last port of call (h) Port of destination (i) Confirmation that vessel has clean bill of health OJ If there is any sickness onboard, give all available information as to the possible type of sickness (k) Distance in metres from the bow to the vessel's loading manifold and SWL of derrick or crane at manifold (I) Summer Deadweight (m) Port and country of registration (n) Master'S name (0) LOA (p) Does the vessel comply with the latest OCIMF Recommendations for Oil Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment and Recommendations for Equipment employed in the Mooring of Vessels at Single Point Moorings (q) A statement to the effect that the vessel can perform "closed loading" (r) Confirm that the vessel is equipped with a bow stopper able to receive 76mm chain (s) Name and particulars of local agents (4) Further ETA messages should be sent to ABO FPSO when the vessel is 48h and 24h from the terminal and additional notification shall be given if the vessel's ETA will vary from the original 72h or 48h notification by 4h or more. 246 NIGERIA (5) If the vessel's sea passage from the last port of call is less than 72h from the ABO FPSO Marine Terminal, notice shall be given immediately after leaving such port of call to update or confirm original ETA. (6) Should the ETA change by 1 h or more following the 24h notice, the vessel shall promptly advise ABO FPSO of the new ETA. (7) Prior to final approach to the terminal (2h), the vessel should advise the FPSO of its ETA together with the following details: (a) Draught and trim (b) Capacity for loading (c) Ballast details plus time required for discharge _______________________________ (l"'dJ...) -"Maximum freeboard ___ 0 ___ -
247 (e) Quality inert gas (0 Any other information that may be deemed relevant (8) During mooring operations, vessels should maintain a constant listening watch on VHF Ch 72 and/or an agreed working channel, to receive terminal instructions. (9) The Mooring Master boarding zone is an area approx 3 n miles NE of the FPSO location. AGBAMI TERMINAL 3°28'N 5°34'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: SPM: 3'28'∙85N 5'33'∙82E; FPSO: 3'27'∙80N 5'33'∙10E CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal _ Call: Agbami Terminal -VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +234(0)1 3664112 +44(0)122434213 (V-Sat) Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) E-mail: 19a9b004@chevron.com Operations Superintendent E-mail: 19a9b005-smb@chevron.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the exclusion zone and when mooring and unmooring at the terminal. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 7 days prior to arrival or as soon as leaving the last port of call if within 7 days of arrival at the terminal. (3) Vessels should contact the Nigerian Government Port Head Official via agent at least 72h prior to arrival, providing the following information: (a) Scheduled arrival date (b) Vessel's name (c) Call sign (d) ETA at load ports (e) Cargo tonnage to be loaded (f) Number of crew (9) Health status (h) Whether or not a doctor on board (i) Request for Free Pratique (4) Further reports should be sent 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival (advise any chani as of ETA of more than 12h). (5) Any changes of ETA of more than 30 mins within 12h of arrival should be advised. (6) When within VHF range, vessels should contact the temninal on VHF Chs 10 or 16. (7) Exclusion zones, within which only authorised vessels shall enter, have been established as follows: (a) 1850m radius centred on the SP'tI (b) 1500m radius centred on the terminal (8) Pilot boards in position 3'29'∙90N 5'31'∙40N (3 n miles NW of the terminal). NOTE: The terminal is operated by Star Deep Water Petroleum Ltd. NIGERIA UNCTAD LOCODE: NG ANT Piiots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Knock Adoon CONTACT DETAILS: FPSO Knock Adoon Mooring/Loading Master E-mail: mmaster.adoon@vsi.foms.no 4°13'N 8°20'E (5) When within VHF communication range, Masters of export tankers should ascertain berthi:;;; i n~:r~ ctio~s Irool the terminal. The Loading Master will transmit preliminary requirements and berthing instructions, usually on VHF Ch 15. (6) Should it be necessary to anchor, the vessel should proceed to the anchorage a
rea 4 n miles S of the terminal. Masters of vessels coming from the sea should anchor without the assistance of the Mooring Master. (7) Whilst the export tanker is at the anchorage, communications between her and the FPSO Knock Adoon Control Room FPSO will be maintained on VHF Ch 15 or on a mutually agreed VHF Ch. ____ C all:....K n~k Ad o QniC;.cC~R L _________ -______ ---;((a6)Mow~IQns are restricted to daylight hrs only, 0600 -
1800. Export tankers VHF Frequency: Ch t 5; 16 scheduled to berth on arrival should arrive at the pilot station no later Ihan 1500h. Telephone: +47 51 206140 Unmooring operations may be carried out H24. +4751206142 (9) Whilst moored, communications between the two vessels will be mainlained by Fax: +4751 206141 UHF radio provided by the Loading Master. E-
mail: oim.adoon@vsi.foms.no (10)The Mooring/Loading Master boards either at the anchorage or where di
rected. The normal boarding area is 3 n miles S 01 the terminal. Addax Marine Superintendent E-
mail: addax.marine@addaxpctroleum.com Antan Marine Superintendent E-mail: antanmarine.superinlendent@addaxpetroleum.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compulsory. (2) Not
ice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h before arrival at the terminal, and immediately if the ETA cnanges by 2h or more, to the following: (a) FPSO Knock Adoon, attention MooringfLoading Master (b) Addax Marine Superintendent (c) Antan Marine Superintendent (d) The vessel's agent who will pass information to the terminal (e) As instructed by the charterer (3) The initial ETA message should contain the following information: (
a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) ETA In LT (GMT + 1) (c) Name of Master in full (d) Estimated arrival draught, lorward and aft and displacement, estimated departure draught (e) Last port of call. 11 vessel is proceeding to any port(s) prior to Antan Terminal, and il so, any delays anticipated (f) Cargo requirements∙ quantity of crude to be loaded (g) Name of the vessel's agency (h) Confirm that the vessel has a clean bill 01 health (i) Maximum loading rate the vessel is able to accept Ul Owners and operators name and address (k) Flag and Port of registry (I) Number of bow stoppers and type (m) Conlirm t5 tons SWL crane/derrick (4) A 24h radio watch is maintained by the control room of tne FPSO Knock Adoon on VHF Chs 15 and 16. Export vessels are usually able to make contact on VHF Ch 15 at a distance of 20 to 30 n miles. cantinued on next column BONGA TERMINAL 4°33'N 4°37'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production Slorage and Oflloading (FPSO): 4'33'∙35N 4'37'∙00E; Loading buoy: 4'33'∙75N 4'37'∙96E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: FPSO Bonga (SNBBM) VHF Frequency: Ch 72 Telephone: +870365790037 (Inmarsat B) E-mail: bongamss@shell.com MMSI: 657991000 Controt Room Telephone: +234(0)27 69419 (H24) Fax: +234(0)844 753301 Marine Supervisor T
elephone: +234(0)2769400 ?4R -' AREA: The terminal comprises 3 SBMs in the following positions: (1) SBM1: 4' 10'∙36N 7"13'∙66E (2) SBM2:4'10'-49N 7'14'∙61E (3) SBM3: 4'06'∙54N 7'OT∙58E CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Shell Telex Bonny VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16 Operator Telephone: +234(0)t 2601600 Fax: +234(0)1 2636681 Berthing Master Call: Ocean Berthing Master VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Oil Nigeria Call: Oil One VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Intels Agency Call: Oscar One (01) November One (N1) VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 Shipping and Export Department E∙mail: lagos-comms-col@shell.com Offtake Tanker operations VHF Frequency: Ch 09 SupplylStandby Vessels operation VHF Frequency: Ch 71 Forcados Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 08 PROCEDURE: NIGERIA (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels nominated to load at Bonga Terminal are required to report their ETA to Bonga and Shipping and Export Department as follows: (a) 7 days before ETA, or upon clearing last port if there is less than 7 days normal steaming time before ETA (b) 72h before ETA (c) 48h before ETA (d) 24h before ETA (e) At any other timers) between the notices as per (b), (c) and (d) when the ETA is to be revised by more than 12h from that most recently notified, or after notice (d) when the ETA is to be revised by more than 30 mins (2) Vessels should proceed to Forcados to board the pilot. (3) Vessels must call Forcados Terminal on VHF Ch 08 when in range and send the ETA at the position designated by the pilots. (4) Pilot boards in pOSition 5'12'∙00N 5'08'∙OOE (3 n miles NW of Ihe Forcados crude oil loading buoy). (5) Vessels must call Bonga Control on VHF Ch 72 when within range of the field and again when arriving at the Bonga Precautionary Area (5000m) and Safety (SOOm) Zones to request permission to enter. BONNY OFFSHORE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: NG BON Pilots and Terminal PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Vessels should send ETA at the anchorage 3h in advance. (3) Vessels should maintain a lislening watch on VHF Chs 08 and 16. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) SBMI and SBM2: 4'OB"15N 7'14'∙18E (b) SBM3: 4'04'∙66N 7'04'∙96E 4'25'N 7°09'E BONf\JY RIVER UNCTAD lOCODE: NG BON Pilots and Bonny Inshore Oil Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Operator Telephone: +234{0)1 2601600 tax: +234(O} 1 2636681 Oil Nigeria Call: Oil One VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Intels Agency Call: Oscar One (01 ) November One (N 1 ) VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Nlcotes Port Captain VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Bonny Signal Station, Port Control Collision Avoidance & Onne Signals VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Bonny Inshore 011 Terminal Marine Operations Telephone: +234(0} 803905 ext 3130 +234(0} 803905 ext 3133 Fax: +234(0}84 232900 ext 3152 +442073163888 ext 3103 E-mail: bonny.lerminal@ning.com . marine.ops@ning.com Berthing Master VHF Frequency: Ch OB HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: • {I} Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels from the Fairway Lt buoy along the Bonny River up to Port HarcourL ' . {2}' Pilots are licensed by the Nigerian Ports Authority and mllst be ordered via the ' vessel's agent for both inward-bound and outward-bound passages from Bonny Inshore Oil Terminal Marine Operations. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessefs should send ETA to Bonny Inshore Oil Terminal bye-mail via the vessel's agent, on departure from discharge port, 7 days, 4 days, 72h, 48h, 24h and 6h in advance. The ETA reports should contain the following information: {a} On departure from discharge port: ETA and arrival draught (b) 7 days prior to arrival: {i} ETA and arrival draught (H) Estimated arrival tank temperatures (vapour and liquid) (iil) Required cool down period upon berthing (c) 4 days prior 10 arrival: (i) Vessel's name {ii} ETA at Bonny pilot boarding point {iii} Cool down time required • (iv) Crew list (v) ISPS securi!y information and list of personnel embarking or .. disemba~!ng (d) 72h prior to arrivaf: (i) Confirm ETA . • (ii) Average bottom liquid and tank vapour temperatures (iii) Average vapour pressure {mb absolute} (e) 48h prior to arrival: (i) ETA and arrival draught _ . (ii) Estimated tank temperatures and cool down period required on berthmg (iii) Confirm all navigation, mooring, safety and engine systems are lully operational 1 (iv) Confi,m vessel is free trom tank l!laka.ge. . NIGERIA (f) Conlimnatlon that Ihe follOWing systems are operating correctly and have been inspected/tested should also be incfuded in the 48h arrival notice: (
i) Cargo system and boil off control eqUlpmenl (ii) Gas detection analysers (iii) ESDS alarms and interlocks (iv) Tank high level alarms (v) Tank high pressure and low pressure afarms (vi) Remotely opera led vafves (vii) Cargo tanks and lines free of oxygen (viii) Stress calculations for cargo, ballast and bunker transfers made and within recommended safety limits (ix) Estimated departure draught from Bonny (g) 24h prior to arrival: Confirm ETA (h) 6h prior to arrival: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Voyage number (iil) Cargo number (iv) ETA at Bonny pilot boarding point (v) Average bottom tank temperature (vi) Average tank vapour pressure and temperature (mb~ absolute) over the last 24h (vii) Confirm vessel is ready to berth on arrival (4) Any changes to Ihe arrival infomnation should be sent to Ihe terminal via the vessel's agent as soon as possible. (5) Vessels bound for Bonny Terminal are usually requested 10 arrive at the pilot boarding station for same day berthing. Vessels thal arrive early are advised to wait for berthing instructions approx 50 n miles offshore of the Fairway Lt buoy (6) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 14. I (7) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Bonny Inshore Terminal: (i) 1∙5 n miles SW of the Fairway Lt buoy (LNG and Condensates), pilots normally board between 2∙5h before LW and 2∙5h before HW (Bonny Town). (ii) 1 n mile SW 01 No 1 Lt buoy (Other vessels) "(b) Port Harcourt, On ne and Okrika: in the anchorage (4 °27'∙40N 7' 1 D"OOE) {off NPA jetty} NOTE: Provides pilotage for Onne, Okrika and Port Harcourt. Vessel Traffic Service PROCEDURE: (I) All vessels transiting the'Sonny River should report to Bonny Signal Station on VHF Ch'14 as follows: (2) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Prior to entering the channel at the Fairway LI buoy {b} On leaving the narrow channel at Lt buoy No 22 {3} Vessels outward-bound: (a) Shall report intended ETD at least 2h before departing the berth (b) Before entering the narrow channel at Lt buoy No 22 (c) On leaving the channel at the Fairway Lt buoy 251 Onne Signals VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port Authority Telephone: +234(0)84820464 Fax: +234(0)84820423 E-mail: onneinfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: NIGERIA (1) Vessels should call Nicotes Port Captain on VHF Ch 16 on entering Ogu Creek in order to receive berthing instructions. (2) Vessels should also call On ne Signals on VHF Ch 14 and provide ETA information as listed in BONNY RIVER. (3) Vessels should inform the Port Captain and On ne Signals of the time of berthing. (4) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 08 and 14. (5) Vessels should obtain permission to depart from the Port Captain. Port Harcourt UNCTAD LOCODE: NG PHC Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by Port Harcourt NPA Pilots. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16 Telephone: +234(0)84300370 Fax: +234(0)84335402 Port Manager Telephone: +234(0)8023141142 (Mobile) Port Authority Telephone: +234(0)84238846 Fax: +234(0)84 234016 E-mail: riversinfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: H24 BRASS MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: NG BRA Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 RT Frequency (kHz): 6776 Fax: +234(0)84236400 ext 3478 Marine Supt Telephone: +234(0)84236400 ext 3420 +234(0)84 236400 ext 7223 Swamp Area Manager Telephone: +870761277140 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +234(0)84236400 ext 3655 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 4°46'N 7°01'E 4°05'N 6°17'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send initial ETA 72h prior to arrival. This message should contain vessel particulars and cargo request. (3) Pilot boards 3 n miles NE of the Buoy Operating Platform (BOP). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Nigerian AGIP Oil Co (NAOC). NIGERIA OTHER PORTS IN THE BONNY AREA: Okril{a UNCTAD LOCODE: NG OKR Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by Bonny NPA Pilots. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 16 Onne UNCTAD LOCODE: NG ONN Pilots NOTE: Pilotage IS provided by Bonny NPA Pilots. Pori CONTACT DETAILS: Intels Port Captain VHF Frequency: Ch 16 4°43'N 7°05'E NIGERIA CALABAR UNCTAD LOCODE: NG CBa Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Port Manager Telephone: +234(0)87221179 +234(0)87220088 Traffic Manager Telephone: +234(0)87220189 +234(0)87 220088 Hr Mr Telephone: +234(0)87221562 +234(0)87 220088 Port Authority Telephone: +234(0)87232480 +234(0)87232505 Fax: +234(0)87210151 +234(0)87 210132 E-mail: calinfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Vessels should anchor between Lt buoys No 23 and 25 and make contact with the HrMr. (3) Pilot boards in position 4°51'∙00N 8°IT-00E. ESCRAVOS RIVER Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Escravos River Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +234(0)8053321123 HOURS: 0600-1800 LT PROCEDURE: 5°35'N 50 12'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory in Escravos River for vessels bound for the Delta Ports of Burutu, Koko, Sapele and Warri and is arranged through the agent. (Pilotage is available HJ only). (2) Escravos River Pilot requests the following information by VHF prior to the pilot boarding the vessel: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Nationality (d) SEN number (e) Crew (f) LOA and draught (g) Cargo details (h) Master's name (3) Escravos River Pilot provides a pilotage service from Escravos Bar to/from Bennett Island Anchorage, whilst the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Harbour Pilot provides pilotage from Bennett Island to/from the nominated berth at Warri. (4) Escravos River Pilot provides a pilotage service from Escravos bar to/from Koko Anchorage, whilst the NPA Harbour Pilot provides a pilotage service from the Koko Anchorage to/from the nominated berth at Koko or Sapele. (5) For security reasons, vessels inward-bound and outward-bound movements in the Delta Ports are being monitored and co-ordinated from NNS Delta at Warri through the Nigerian Navy Gun Boat stationed at Escravos Tank Farm near Lt buoy No 19, where clearance is usually granted via VHF. (6) Escravos River Pilots provides a pilotage service to the offshore oil industry within the Niger Delta region. Arrangements are made via the agents. (7) Vessels are advised to remain 30-40 n miles off the Escravos breakwater during darkness due to pirate activity. (8) Pilot boards 2 n miles SW of the Escravos breakwater in daylight. 252 253 NOTE: Provides pilotage for the ports of Burutu, Koko, Sapele, and Warri. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Escravos Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: Ch 16: H24 PORTS USING ESCRAVOS RIVER PILOTS: Burutu UNCTAD LOCODE: NG BUR Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 12 14 HOURS: Mon-Fri: 0630-1100 1300-1600 Sat: 0630-1100 NOTES: (1) For contact details see Warri. (2) Station is operated by Nigerian Ports plc. Koko UNCTAD LOCODE: NG KOK Port PROCEDURE: NIGERIA Pilotage is not compulsory but is available if required. Berthing HJ only. NOTES: (1) For contact details see Warri. (2) The Port is controlled by Nigerian Ports plc. Sapele UNCTAD LOCODE: NG SPL Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Telephone: +234(0)8033002587 (Mobile) +234(0)7055959229 (Mobile) Fax: +234(0)53 250840 E-mail: deltainfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: H24 Warri UNCTAD LOCODE: NG WAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 12 Telephone: +234(0)8033002587 (Mobile) +234(0)7055959229 (Mobile) Fax: +234(0)53 250840 E-mail: deltainfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Harbour pilot boards off Bennett I. NOTE: Station is operated by Nigerian Ports plc. NIGERIA ESCRAVOS TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: NG ESC Pilots and Terminal 5°30'N 4°58'E LOCATION: LPG Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) Barge: 5°31 '∙60N 4°51'∙70E CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 77 Telephone: +870 762714690 (Inmarsat mini-M) +S70 330S62510 (Inmarsat B) +S70 330S62511 (Inmarsat B) CNL Lagos Telephone: +234(0)1 2600600 +234(0) 1 2668002 Fax: +234(0)1 2600395 Berthing & Cargo Operations VHF Frequency: Ch 10 lOA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for Escravos are required to send their ETA to Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), Lagos and CNL, Escravos 72h, 4Sh and 24h before arrival. The following information is required from the Master to assist with prompt clearance of the vessel: (a) Vessel's name (b) ETA Escravos (c) Master's name (d) Summer DWT (e) NRT (f) Last port of call (g) Next port of call (h) Owner's name and address (i) Quantity of cargo required m Destination of cargo (k) Nationality of Officers and Crew (I) Quantity of cargo onboard (m) Maximum draught on arrival and departure (3) When within VHF range, Masters of tankers should obtain berthing details from Escravos Terminal on VHF Chs 16 or 10. (4) Pilot boards in the anchorage and Pilot Boarding Area (5°2S'∙50N 4°59'∙00E). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), Lagos. FORCADOS MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: NG FOR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Forcados Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 08 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilot
age is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. 5°10'N 5°10'E (2) Vessels should contact the pilot on arrival at the anchorage/pilot boarding position. (3) Pilot boards in position 5°12'∙00N 5°0S'∙00E (3 n miles NW of the Forcados crude oil loading buoy). Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Forcados Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch OS Telephone: +234(0)1 2601600 Fax: +234(0)1 2636681 254 255 NIGERIA PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to Shell in Lagos 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (2) Vessels should contact the terminal as follows: (a) When within VHF range (b) On arrival off Forcados _(c) _When anchored, and then maintain a continuous-listening watch IMA TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Storage Tanker Ailsa Craig (4'13'∙20N 7'23'∙40E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ima Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 72 Operator Telephone: +234(0)84 237193 +234(0) 1 2621522 Fax: +234(0)84237492 +234(0)1 2621526 Terminal Telephone: +234(0)87770875 +870 763029295 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: +234(0)87 770875 +870 763029296 (Inmarsal mini-M) HOURS: 0600-1830 PROCEDURE: 4°13'N 7"23'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels, and is available HJ forberthing and H24 for unberthing. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to the lerminal operator and establish contact with the terminal on VHF Ch 72 before arrival. (3) Pilot boards in the anchorage area, radius 1∙5 n miles centred on position 4'09'∙50N 7'24'∙00E (3 n miles S of the terminal). NOTE: Terminal is operated by Amni Internation,al Petroleum Development Co. Ltd. LAGOS, Nigeria UNCTAD LOCODE: NG LOS Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Chief Pilot's Office VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 01 03 11 12 14 Telephone: +234(0)1 5452687 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: +234(0) 1 8969401 6°27'N 3°24'E (1) Pilotage Is compulsory for vessels over 1016 GT and is available 0700-1800. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the agent 7 days, 96h, 48h and 24h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Agent's name (d) LOA (e) Tonnage, loaded (f) Draught (g) Type of cargo (h) Last port of call (i) Ship Entry Notice (SEN) number and date of issue (3) Vessels should call the agent on VHF Ch 16 prior to arrival at anchorage. (4) On arrival at anchorage call East Mole Signal Station and contact Hr Mr's Office, wilh delails of vessel and cargo, agenl's name, SEN number and date of issue. (5) Pilot Station will contact vessel after arrival. (6) Pilot boards near the Fairway Lt buoy (6'21 '∙50N 3'24'∙50E). NIGERIA Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 12 Telephone: +234(0)1 5452691 Fax: +234(0) 1 2630306 East Mole Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 13 Scanship Port Radio Call: Scanship Company Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1114 Port Authority Telephone: +234(0)1 5452820∙24 +234(0)1 5452662 Fax: +234(0) 1 5452892 E∙mail: Icpinfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 NOTE: Pilotage and vessel movement information is provided on request from East Mole Signal Station. OTHER STATIONS IN THE PORT: Apapa UNCTAD LOCODE: NG APP Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 14 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 HOURS: 2182 kHz: HX Ch 16: H24 Lagos, Storage Tanker MT Tuma UNCTAD LOCODE: NG LOS Terminal LOCATION: G'19'∙90N 3'21'∙30E CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 NOTE: Vessel is used for ship∙to∙ship transfers 01 petroleum cargoes. Tin Can Island UNCTAD LOCODE: NG TIN Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Fax: +234(0) 1 5804148 E∙mail: tcipinfo@nigerianports.org Website: www.nigerianports.org HOURS: H24 ODUDU MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal 6°27'N 3°23'E 6°20'N 3°21'E 6°26'N 3°21'E 4°QQ'N 7°47'E LOCATION: FSO Unity: 4'OO'∙00N 7'4T'00E; CALM loading buoy: 4'Ol'∙00N 7'48'∙OOE 256 257 CONTACT DETAILS: Call: FSO Unily VHF Frequency: Ch 7277 E-mail∙ep-ng-omI10D.omI100-tso-mos@total.com Marine Operations Manager (MOM) Telephone: +870322688671 (Inmarsat S) Fax: +870322688672 (Inmarsal S) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: NIGERIA (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send their ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance and call on VHF when within range. (2) Pilot boatds in the anchorage area (radius 1∙5 n miles centred on position 3°55'∙80N 7°49'∙80E). Of{ONO MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal, LOCATION: FPSO Mystras (3°59'-47N 7'17'45E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Okono Terminal FPSO Myslras (CaUP) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 69 Telephone: +870763642070 (Inmarsal mini-M) +234(0)8039072312 (V-Sat) Fax: +870 763642068 (Inmarsal mini-M) Telex: +581 457631011 (Inmarsat C) E-mail: oim.mystras@naoc.agip.lt cargo.mystras@naoc.agip.it HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 11) Pilotage is compulsory and IS available HJ until 1500 LT 3°59'N 7°18'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h. 24h and 4h In advance 10 the Ternllnal. The 72h message shOuid contain the following information: (a\ Vessel's name and call sign (
b) ETA (c) Cargo requirements Id) Deballast time (e) Maximum loading rate in barrels per hour (I) Estimated draught on arnvat (g) 11 any sickness onboard or clean bill of health (h) Last port of call (I) Pori of destination (I) Summer deaowelght Ik) Port of ReglslryiCounlry (I) Masier s name (m) Confirm vessel IS free of deiecls and in all respects in full safe operalional status (n) Distance In metres from bow to the tankers loading manifold and from port rail to manifold (0) Confirm Ihat Ihe vessel is fitted wilh 1 or 2 bow chain stoppers (p) Advise If bow chain stoppers are sUllable to receive 760101 mooring chains (q) Acceptance and compliance With Ihe Okono Terminal User Regulalions and Plocedures (3) Pilot boards in the anchorage 2 n miles north of the FPSO Mystras. OKORO TER~ViINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Armada Perkasa (4°24∙∙10N 7'49'∙70E) CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequellcy: Ch 16: i 3 74 Telephone: +234(0)7034117113 +44(0)1224279091 +44(0)1224 279083 +870764633424 (Inmarsat mini-M) Fax: ... 44(0)1224279085 ~870 764633424 (Inmarsat mini-M) E-mail: okoro.iermlnai.manager@amnlpetroleum.com NIGERIA Terminal Manager, Port Harcourf Telephone: +234(0)84237193 -!-234(0)84 239079 +234(0)7034113091 (Mobile) Fax: .. 234(0)84 237492 HOURS: (1) H24 during offloadlng. (2) 0500-1700 at other limes PROCEDURE: (1) Pilolage is compulsory. (2) Notice 01 ETA: Vessels should send ETA to lhe lermlllal manager In willing 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h belore arrivaL If the arrivatlime changes by more than 2h, the terminal manager should be nolified immediately. (3) The following arrival information should be provided: (a) Vessel's name and radio call sign (b) Vessel's fax number and satellite code to be used (c) Master's name (d) ETA at the terminal in LT (e) Estimaled arrival draughl fore and aft and displacement. Estimated departure oraught (f) Last port of call. If vessel is proceeding to any port(s) prior to Okoro Termlllal, and if so. any delays antiCipated (g) Confirm Ihe vessel has a clean bill of heallh (h) Number of bow stoppers and type (i) Cargo reqUlremenl -Quantity of crude 10 be loaded OJ MaXimum loading 'rale the vessels is able 10 accept (k) Confirm SWL f 0 T crane at manifold (I) Name of the vessel's agency (m) Owners and operators name and address (4) When wilhin VHF communication range, vessels SllOUld ascertalll berthing instructions from the termlllal on VHF Ch 13. (5) Berthing operations are restricted to HJ only. Unmooring can be condllcted H24. (6) The ofltake vessel should remain well offshore untlllhe day ollhe offtake. (7) A 2000m excfuslon zone surrounds the termlllal. Vessels shall not enter the excfusion zone withouf Ihe Pilol on board and shall onfy enter wilh Ihe express permiSSion of Ihe Pilot. (8) Anchoring within the 2000m exclusion zone surrounding the termlllal is prohibiled. If an offtake vessef cannot moor on arrival sM should wait 111 a safe area away from ille oil and gas installations. During dayJighl hours. offtake vessels can anchor at the pilol boarding posilion. (9) For nighl anchorage and longer term waiting, offtake vessels should slay well clear of Ihe lermina!. The Ima Oil Terminal anchorage (4°09'∙50N 7"24'∙00E) can be used if desired. (10) The terminal pilot also acts as the Loading Master and co-ordinates all activities between the offtake vessel and the termina!. Communications shall be on VHF Ch 74 or as advised by the termlllal pilot. (11) Pilot boards 5 n miles S of the FPSO location. OKWORI TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: FPSO Sendje Berge (3°51'∙20N 6°58'∙80E) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Okwori Terminal FPSO Sendje Berge VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +4722120201 +870331000016 (Inmarsat B) +870331000017 (lnmarsat Bl l'ax' +4722120202 +870331000018 (lnmarsal B) Telex: ∙581430946810 (Inmarsal C) +581 430946820 (Inmarsal Cl / Mooring/Loading Master E-mail: master.sendje.berge@bwofishore.com Addax Marine Superintendent E-
mail: addaxmanne@aoglld.com 258 259 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: NIGERIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available 0600-1800 LT for berthing. H24 for unberthing. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival, and immediately in case of change of 2h or more, 10 the following: (a) FPSO Sendje Berge MooringILoading Master (b) Addax Marine Superintendent (c) Vessel's agent (d) As instrucled by the charterer (3) The initial ETA message should contain the following: (a) Vessel's name, flag and port of registry (b) ETA in LT (c) Master's name (d) Estimated arrival draught fore and aft, arrival displacement and estimated departure draught (e) Last port of call. If vessel is proceeding 10 any other port(s) prior 10 Okwori Terminal, and if so, any delays anticipated (f) Cargo requirements, quantity of crude oil to be loaded (g) Maximum loading rate the vessel is able to accept (h) If par1ly laden, quantity and description of cargo on board (i) Name of vessel's agency m Confirm that the vessel has a clean bill of health (4) Vessels should call the terminal on VHF Ch 16 when within range to ascertain berthing instructions. (5) A restricted area exists in an area bounded by the following positions: 3°49'∙00N to 3°54'∙ooN and 6°53'∙00E to 7"OO'∙OOE. (6) A safety zone, radius 0∙27 n miles, exists around the Okwori FPSO. Vessels are not permitted to enter this zone without permission from the OIM (Offshore Installation Manager) or his deputy. (7) The recommended anchorage/waiting area is located within a radius of 1∙5 n miles centered on position 3°51'∙00N 7°Q4'∙00E. (8) While moored to the FPSO, communication between the two vessels will be maintained by portable UHF radio equipment provided by the terminal. (9) The Mooring/Loading Master boarding area is normally 3 n miles E of the terminal. PENNINGTON MARINE TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: NG PEN Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Storage tanker VLCC Oloibiri W14'∙50N 5°36'∙90E) CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Call: Oloibiri (SNDF) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0818A Telephone: +870 600875514 (Inmarsat) +870761119984 (Inmarsat) +870 761119985 (Inmarsat) Fax: +870 761119986 (Inmarsat) Telex: +581 465749121 (Inmarsat C) +5Bl 456781911 (Inmarsat C) +5Bl 465781912 (Inmarsat C) Lagos Telephone: +234(0)1 2690227 +234(0)1 2690236 Fax: +234(0)1 2692367 Telex: +90521293 TOPCON NG Telegraph: TOPCON LAGOS HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 4°15'N 5°37'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ for berthing, H24 for unberthing. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 10 days, 96h and 24h in advance and establish contact on VHF Ch 16, 2h before arrival. (3) Mooring Master boards in approximate position 4°14'∙50N 5°34'∙50E. NOTE: Station is operated by Texaco Overseas (Nigeria) Petroleum Co. NIGERIA QUA IBOE MARINE TERMINAL (KWA IBO MARINE TERMINAL) UNCTAD LOCODE: NG QIB Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Tenninal Call: Qua lboe Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16: 67 Telephone: +234(0)82443211 +234(0)82445186 +234(0)82443238 ex! 5186 Fax: +234(0)82443195 E-mail: qit.mooring.masters@exxonmobil.eom Operators Telephone: +234(0)1 2621640 Fax: +234(0)1 2621733 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for export tankers. 4∙13
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E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h, 24h and 6h prior to arrival at the anchorage area (3) Pilot requires the following information: (a) ETA pilot station (b) lime of Notice Of Readiness (NOR) (c) Boarding arrangement for officials (d) Propeller immersion (e) Portside derrick or crane to be ready for cargo gear basket (f) Any defects (4) When communication has been established with Qua lboe Control on VHF Chs 16 and 67, the vessel must provide the following information to the Berth Operations Platform (BOP): (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) ETA Qua Iboe Terminal (c) Last port of call (d) Cargo requirements (e) All tankers en route to the SPMs must switch on their radar to identify the Racon "K" signal on the Berth Operations Platform as an aid to navigation. (5) Pilot boards In the following positions: (a) 2∙5 n miles SE of the Berth Operations Platform (4'14"19N 8'02'∙41 E) (b) Qua lboe anchorage area W06'∙50N 8'W'50E) NOTE: Terminal is operated by ExxonMobil Nigeria, Lagos. SEA EAGLE TERMINAL 4∙48'N S019'E Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Roating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) 4'48'∙03N 5'18'∙68E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: FPSO Sea Eagle (SNVQ) Telephone: +870365790032 (Inmarsat B) Fax: +870 365790033 (Inmarsat B) E-mail: seaeaglemss@shell.com MMSI: 657901000 Control Room Call: Sea Eagle Control VHF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +234(0)844 753308 (H24) Fax: +234(0)844753301 Marine Supervisor Call: Sea Eagle Marine Telephone: +234(0)844 753319 Offshore Installation Manager Call: Sea Eagle OIM Telephone: +234(0)844753310 260 261 Administration Fax: +234(0)844 753359 Poop/Deck Foreman Call: Sea Eagle Deck Offlake Tanker operations VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Supply/Standby Vessels operations VHF Frequency: Ch 13 Forcados Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Shipping and Export Department E-mail: lagos-comms-col@shell.com PROCEDURE: NIGERIA (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels nominated to load at Sea Eagle Terminal are required to report their ETA to Sea Eagle and Shipping and Export Department as follows: (a) 7 days before ETA, or upon clearing last port if there is less than 7 days normal steaming time before ETA (b) 72h before ETA (c) 48h before ETA (d) 24h before ETA (e) At any other time(s) between the notices as per (b), (c) and (d) when the ETA is to be revised by more than 12h from that most recently notified, or after notice (d) when the ETA is to be revised by more than 30 min (2) Vessels should proceed to Forcados to board the pilot. (3) Vessels must call Forcados Terminal on VHF Ch 08 when in range and send the ETA at the position designated by the pilots. (4) Pilot boards in position 5°12'∙00N 5°08'∙00E (3 n miles NW of the Forcados crude oil loading buoy). (5) Vessels must call Sea Eagle Control on VHF Ch 10 when within range of the field and again when arriving at the EA Field Exclusion (5000m) and Safety (500m) Zones to request permission to enter. NOTE: Sea Eagle Terminal has an on board UHF system of hand held radios for internal communication. Vessels will be provided with two handsets on a dedicated channel as a back up to the VHF system. UKPOKITI MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO): 5°43'∙52N 4°49'∙91E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: FPSO Independence (SMVQ) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 RT Frequency (kHz): 6645 (0600-1800 LT) Telephone: +870761294123 (Inmarsat) +870 762634461 (Inmarsat) Fax: +870 600133398 (Inmarsat) +870 600146053 (Inmarsat) Operators Telephone: +234(0)1 2622226 Fax: +234(0)1 2611423 HOURS: H24 (Berthing 0630-1630 LT) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compUlsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise the agents and Conoeo Phillips Lagos 12 days and 7 days prior to arrival stating the following information: (a) Vessel's Name (b) ETA (c) Master's name (d) Arrival draught and DWT (e) Deballasting time (if any) (f) Cargo requirements (3) Vessels should send updated ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (4) Mooring Master boards in position 5°41'∙50N 4°47'∙00E. NIGERIA NOTE: Terminal is operated by Conoco Phillips Nigeria Ltd. YOHO MARINE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Yoho Terminal (FSO Yoho) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 17 Telephone: +871 330936310 (Inmarsat B) Fax: +871 330936315 (Inmarsat B) E-mail: qit.mooring.masters@exxonmobil.com HOURS: H24 (Berthing HJ) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must advise ETA 72h, 24h and 4h in advance, specifying whether time given is in UTC or LT. (3) All communication should be addressed to the Yoho Terminal Marine Superintendent and copied to the Yoho Terminal Mooring Master. (4) Once vessels are within 4h of the FSO, communication should be established on VHF Chs 16 and 17. (5) Pilot boards in the anchorage area (a circle of 1700m radius centred on position 3°58'∙70N 7°33'∙50E) or where directed by the Mooring Master. NOTES: (1) Whilst the vessel is in the terminal area or under the direction of the Mooring Master, no radio transmissions are permitted except with the express permission of the Mooring Master. (2) In event of communication difficulty, vessels should contact QUA IBOE MARINE TERMINAL. (3) Terminal is operated by Mobil Producing Nigeria, Lagos. OMAN GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Directorate of Ports and Maritime Affairs. Telephone: +968693530 Fax: +968 694224 Mobile: +968 9428103 E-mail: dgpma@omantel.net.om MASQAT (MUSCAT) UNCTAD LOCODE: OM MCT Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 11 16 NOTE: Port is operated by Port Service Corporation (SAOG). MiNA KHA~AB UNCTAD LOCODE: OM KHS Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kha~ab Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 67 Telephone: +96826730559 Port Authority Telephone: +96826730557 262 263 HOURS: Sat-Wed: 0730-1430 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not available . . (2) The port is only used by local vessels. (3) Vessels should call on VHF Ch 67, 30 mins before ETA. OMAN [IjjINA' AL F t~r:l L UNGTAD LOCODE: OM MFH 23°38'N 58°31'=: Pilots CONTAP DETAILS: Call: FaDI Pilots Fahal Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for tarikers. (2) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 23'42'∙00N 58'31 '∙30E (1∙5,n miles NE of Jazirat FaDI) (Fahallsland) (b) 23°4t'∙00N 58'33'∙35E (1 n mile E of FaDI Fairway Lt buoy) Port CONTACT DETAILS: P
ort Control Call: Fattl Control (Fahal Control) VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +96824677231 Fax: +96824675150 E-mail: port.ops.supervisors@pdo.co.om Website: www.pdo.co.om Shell Oman Call: Shell Oman VH F Frequency: Ch 06 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1),Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 5 days, 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h in . advance to PETROMAR MUSCAT by telex or fax. Any change in ETA in excess of 2h must be advised immediately. The ~ day message should contain the following information: (a) ETA (LT) and date . (b) Time vessel will tender Notice of Readiness (NOR), if different from above (c) Confirmation that vessel is fully inerted, all tanks less than 8% 02 (d) Last port of call -
• (e) Next port of call (f) Quantity of cargo required in Bbls (g) Time required for deballasting, if prior to loading (h) Maximum draught on arrival and trim (i) Maximum draught ori departure U) Hose handling crane or derrick Safe Working Load (SWL) (k) Bow to manifold distance in metres (I) Number, type, size and SWL of Bowstoppers for securing SBM mooring chains (m) Vessel's flag (n) Master's name (0) Any fault or condition on the vessel which could adversely affect performance (p) Statement from the Master confirming alll~ting appliances to be utilised at the port are in good order and certification is up to date (q) Whether any maintenance or repairs is planned in the anchorage (r) Vessel's NRT (s) Maximum H2S levels (PPM in vapour) measured in cargo tanks (t) Maximum loading rate with only one hose connected (u) ISPS -security level (2) Vessels should confirm ETA with Fapl Control (Fahal Pilots) on VHF:Ch 12, 2h before arrival. (3) Anchored vessels should inform Fapl Control of the following: (a) Time of anch()ring (b) Bearing and distance from FaDI Island (c) NOR time OMAN (4) During loading operations, contact is through a shore provided UHF radio with VHF Ch 12 for back-up. (5) All vessels, when in port or laying oH Mina: al Fapl should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 12. NOTE: Vessels underlaking cargo operations or loading fuel oil on S8M3, communications are with Shell Oman. owm:co ErlMl~IAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Omifco Port VHF Frequency: 9h 16; 71 RT Frequency (kHz): 8143 Telephone: +96825532091 Fax: +96825562847 +968 25562848 HOURS ~ H24 PROCEDURE: 22°S9'N 59°26'::. (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor all vessels and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should establish communication via agent to provide ETA 7 days., 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position 22'39'∙00N 59'28"00E (1∙5 n miles E of the terminal). NOTE: Terminal is.operated by Oman India Fertiliser Co. (OMIFCO). PORT SALAL~~1 (ltqiNf~ RAVSUT) . UNCTAD LOCODE: OM SLL Pilois and POii CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control eall: Port Sala.lah Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +96823219052 Fax: +96823219253 E-mail: portcontrol@salalahport.com Port Authority E-mail: mktg@salalahport.com Website: www.salalahport.com HOURS: H24 . PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 200 NRT and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h, 48h, 36h and 24h in advance via the agent, and by e-mail/fax or by VHF Ch 12, 4h in advance. (3) The first 'ETA message should include the following information: (a) LOA (b) Draught (c) NRT and GT (d) Cargo distribution details (e) Last port of call (f) Next port of call (g) Vessel's name, flag and port of registry (4) Vessels inward-bound should contact Port Control on VHF Ch 16 when within range. (
5) Pilotage can be provided at 1 h notice. (
6) Within the port, vessels should maintain watch on VHF Chs 12 and 16. (7) Pilot boards in position 16°56' SON 54°05'-40E. pJ 0 i'i.; For sarety reasons, vessels unable to communicate by voice in clear English or Arabic will not be allowed to enter the port and will be kept at anchorage until a suitable communication arrangement is made by owner or agent. ;. 264 265 OMAN PORT SULTAN QABOOS UNCTAD LOCODE: OM OPQ 23°38'N 58°35'E Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Sultan Qaboos (PSQ) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +96824714000 +968 24714870 Fax: +96824712196 +96824714007 E-mail: psc@omantel.net.om Website: www.pscoman.com OmanCG VHF Frequency: Ch 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance through the agent stating: (a) LOA (b) Draught (c) Gross tonnage (d) Net tonnage (3) Vessels should establish contact with Port Control 3h before arrival. (4) Pilot requires 2h notice of ETD; contact is to be established 30 mins before ETD on VHFCh 14. (5) During major dredging operations incoming vessels must additionally confirm their ETA when 5 n miles away from the breakwater light and establish contact, with Port Control, lh before ETD. (6) Pilot boards in position 23°38'∙25N 58°35'∙00E (between 0∙7 and 1 n mile NE of Port Sultan Qaboos breakwater Lt). NOTES: (1) The prohibited entry, restricted areas and prohibited anchorage areas are to be strictly observed. (2) Vessels intending to anchor in the Port Sultan Qaboos anchorage N of the port are to contact Port Control giving vessel's particulars, and request an anchorage position. (3) All vessels should be represented by a local agent before permission will be granted. QALHAT LNG TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: OM QAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Qalhat Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 14 Shift Superintendent Telephone: +96825547858 (H24) Fax: +96825547764 E-mail: olngops@omanlng.co.om Marine Superindendent Telephone: +96825547705 (Office hours) Fax: +96825547788 E-mail: olngmarine@omanlng.co.om HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 22°40'N 59°25'E (2) Notice of ETA: ETA should be advised by fax on departure from previous port, then 96h, 48h, 24h and 5h in advance. (3) The terminal should be advised should the ETA deviate more than: (a) 12h from that initially advised on departure (b) 6h following the 96h advice and before the 24h advice (c) 2h following the 24h advice (4) Pilot boards in position 22°43'∙00N 59°27'∙50E (between 3∙5-4 n miles NE of the terminal). OMAN RAS MUSANDAM NAVAL BASE Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: A4N VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 74 Telephone: +96826341605 +968 26341699 Fax: +96826341661 +968 26341690 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Entry to the Naval Base is restricted to authorised vessels only. (2) Vessels must call on VHF Ch 74 when 5 n miles from the base. (3) Authorised vessels must obtain permission on VHF Ch 74 to use the Inshore Traffic Zone prior to entering the area. RADAR SURVEILLANCE: The station monitors the Strait of Hormuz Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) by radar tracking and visual identification. Restricted Area AREA: A Restricted Area has been established in Khawr al Quway', to the South and East of lines joining the following positions: (1) 26'23'∙43N 56'22'∙74E (2) 26'22'∙66N 56'20'∙96E (3) 26'21'∙12N 56'20'∙39E (4) 26'19'∙0IN 56'20'∙19E PROCEDURE: No vessel over 20m in length may enter this area without prior clearance from the Royal Navy of Oman. For clearance call Ra's Musandam Naval Base (A4N) on VHF Ch 16. SAID BIN SULTAN NAVAL BASE, WUDAM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: A4W VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Telephone: +96826346020 Fax: +968 26346017 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Entry is restricted to authorised vessels only. (2) Vessels should call on VHF Ch 74 when 2 n miles from the Fairway Lt buoy (23'50'∙85N 57'33'∙00E). (3) Pilotage is not available except in exceptional circumstances. SOHAR UNCTAD LOCODE: OM SOH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sohar Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 71 Hr Mr Telephone: +96826762517 +968 26762518 Fax: +96826852519 Container Terminal Telephone: +96826865612 Fax: +968 26865602 Port Authority Telephone: +96826852700 Fax: +968 26852701 E-mail: ops@portofsohar.com Website: www.portofsohar.com 266 267 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: OMAN (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels except Naval vessels, Government vessels or other vessels exempted by the Hr Mr. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to the Hr Mr, 72h and 24h prior 10 arrival. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA to the Hr Mr, 4h prior to arrival, stating the loll owing Information: (a) Vessel's name and call sign (b) Port of registry (c) IMO Number (d) Master's name (e) ETA and anticipated ETD draught m LOA (g) GT (h) Cargo with IMDG specifications if applicable (i) Insurance (j) Quality vessel certificates with company, place and date of issue (k) Sohar Industrial Port tenant to be called on (I) Last ports of call (m) Maximum loading rate required (n) Deballasting requirement and timing (0) Any crew changes, bunkering, stores or medical assistance required (4) Request for pilotage should be sent to the Hr Mr's Office via the agent at least 3h before the service is required. (5) Vessels should contact the Hr Mr on VHF Ch 16 or the working channel to obtain permission to enter or leave the port. (6) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 71 whilst within the port. (7) Pilot boards in position 24°33'∙30N 56°37'∙70E. PERSIAN GULF GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Customs and Ports General Authority. Telephone: +974 4414626 Fax: +974 4414864 Mobile: +9745891095 E-mail: mariiimecpga@qaiar.neLqa AL RAYVAN MARiNE TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal LOCATION: Storage Tanker Pacific Jewel CONTACT DETAILS: Call: AI Rayyan Marine Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16: 06 69 72 FSO Telephone: +873635"45610 (Inmarsat) Fax: +873 635445612 (Inmarsat) T~rminai Telephone: +9744305162 +873 384270025 (Inmarsat) Fax: +9744367883 Operator Telephone: +9744446390 Fax: +9744448092 PROCEDURE: 26°39'N 51 °34'E (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send ETA to the terminal operator as soon as possible, but not later than 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival, regardless of the tact that the vessel may still be at a previous loading port. (2) Tankers should send ETA messages to both the operator and the terminal by telephone or tax (3) Tankers should contact AI Rayyan Terminal on VHF Ch 72 when within range. After initial contact has been established, the terminal will request the tanker to maintain listening watch on VHF Ch 72. (4) While within the AI Rayyan Terminal area, the vessel shall maintain vOice communication with the terminal by VHF. (5) Pilot boards in position 26°40∙∙90N 51°36'∙00E (approx 2 n miles NE of the production platform). 268 269 NOTES: (1) All communications and ETA messages should refer to local time (LT). (2) The terminal is operated by Anadarko Oatar. QATAR AL SHAHEEN TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: OA ASN 26°35'N 51 °58'E Pilots and Terminal DESCRIPTION: The terminal consists of a Floating Storage and Ollloading (FSO) unit Knock Nevis moored to SPM No 2 in position 26'35'AON 52'OI'∙95E. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: AI Shaheen Terminal (FSO Knock Nevis) (SSAV7) VHF Frequency: Ch 69; 17 Telephone: +9744589180 (Main telephone) +9744494595 (Terminal Supervisor) Fax: +9744589181 +974 4494593 (Terminal Supervisor) Telex: +581 4356468710 (Inmarsat C) +5834356468710 (Inmarsat C) Operator (Maersk Oil Oatar (MOO)) Telephone: +9744493493 Fax: +9744493444 +974 4493403 Telex: +4974272 MSKOTR OH E-mail: shaheen@moq.com.qa Marine Duty Telephone: +9745542617 Oil Export Duty Telephone: +9745518058 Radio Room Telephone: +9744589185 Mooring Master VHF Frequency: Ch 69; 17 (and private VHF Chs) HOURS: Terminal: H24 in the CCR Maersk Oil Oatar AS: Sun-
Thurs: 0700-1530 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels within the SPM No 2 safety zone of 1500 metres. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send their ETA to Maersk Oil Oatar AS (MOO) and copy to AI Shaheen Terminal 7 days, 5 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. Should the ETA deviate more than 3h from the last forwarded ETA, an updated ETA shall be forwarded to MOO and the AI Shaheen Terminal. (3) Vessels should contact the FSO Knock Nevis on VHF Ch 69 when within range. The FSO will advise the VHF working channel. (4) The Mooring Master boards in position 26'33'∙00N 52'04'∙00E. (5) The AI Shaheen Terminal pilot station/anchorage is located at 26'33'∙00N 52'04'∙00E (approx 6 n miles 011 the terminal). NOTE: The terminal is operated by Maersk Oil Oatar AS. DOHA (AD DAWtiAH) UNCTAD LOCODE: QA DOH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Doha Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 14 Telephone: +9744457294 +9744434377 Fax: +974 4457295 25°18'N 51 °34'E QATAR Port Call: Doha Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 14 Telephone: +9744457294 +974 4434377 Fax: +9744457295 E-mail: pcdohaport@qatar.net.qa HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 4m draught. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send an arrival notice to the Port Authority through the agent or direct, at least 24h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position. (3) Vessels must confirm the exact time of arrival at least 2h before arrival or when within VHF range on Chs 16 or 14. (4) Pilots should be ordered through Port Control2h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position. (5) Pilot boards 0∙2 n miles SE of Doha Light Vessel (25° 16'-40N 51 °45'∙07E). NOTE: Provides pilotage for cargo vessels proceeding to Musay'Td (Umm Said) Terminal. liALOL OIL TERMINAL, JAZiRAT UNCTAD LOCODE: QA HAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Pilots Telephone: +9744403400 +974 4403775 Fax: +9744403456 E-mail: halulpilot@qp.com.qa Terminal Operations Telephone: +9744403537 +974 4403538 Fax: +9744403491 Port Authority Telephone: +9744402072 +974 4402593 Fax: +9744403264 Terminal Agency Telephone: +9744402189 +974 4402834 Fax: +9744401214 Telex: +4974201 QATOFF DH +497 4253 QPADOH DH HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 72h in advance with confirmation or any amendment to ETA 24h in advance. (3) Vessels to confirm ETA 6h in advance through !"ialOI Radio on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards in position 25°39'∙40N 52°28'∙80E. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Updated weather reports are broadcast by Doha CRS and !"ialOI Radio at 0900 LT daily on the local VHF Channel. Details of the broadcast are available on VHF Ch 16 on request. NOTE: Station is operated by Qatar Petroleum (!"ialOI Terminal & Export Department). 270 271 KARKARA OILFIELD Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Delta Explorer Thebro Lamnalco Kittiwake VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: QATAR Vessels are requested to keep well clear of the installation and not enter the area bordered by the following positions without first obtaining the permission of the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) located on the "Delta Explorer": (1) 25 °07' ∙50N 52°27' ∙OOE (2) 25°09'∙00N 52°29'∙00E MESAIEED (MUSAY'iD or UMM SAID) UNCTAD LOCODE: QA UMS 24°56'N 51 °35'E See diagram MESAIEED (MUSAY'iD or UMM SAID) VESSEL TRAFFIC CONTROL. Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Mesaieed Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 11 16 Telephone: +9744772997 +9744771967 Telex: +4974050 QPAUSD DH E-mail: mportops@qp.com.qa Port Manager Telephone: +9744771905 Fax: +9744770731 Hr Mr Telephone: +9744771673 +9744771258 Fax: +9744771923 Marine Co-ordinator Telephone: +9744771259 Fax: +9744771923 Agency Telephone: +9744770321 (Head of Shipping and Agency) +974 4770215 +9744770476 +9744771970 Fax: +9744770421 +9744771582 +9744770306 Duty Harbour Pilot and Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 09 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory (including berthing, unberthing and shifting), for all General Cargo, Hydrocarbon, Chemical and Ammonia vessels. Channel pilotage is compulsory for the following: (a) Hydrocarbon vessels (tankers) over 200m LOA or 40m beam or 8m draught (b) Non-hydrocarbon vessels (dry cargo) over 200m LOA or 40m beam or 9m draught (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise their ETA at Mishut Lt buoy (25°15'∙98N 5P46'∙80E) by cable, telex or e-mail72h in advance, and confirm 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival, stating the following information: (a) Arrival and departure draught (b) Quantity of cargo (c) Maximum loading rate required (d) Deballasting time (e) Whether able to load and discharge ballast concurrently (f) Any crew changes and/or medical treatment required 20' 15' 10' 25° 55' 50' 51°30' MESAIEED (MUSAY'ID or UMM SAID) VESSEL TRAFFIC CONTROL -
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QATAR (3) All vessels must obtain clearance from VESSEL TRAFFIC CONTROL before entering the channel. (4) Pitot boards in the following positions: (a) Channel Pilots: 1 n mite NE of the Approach LI buoy (25 ° 12'∙38N 51'44"35E) (b) Chanllel Pilot exempted vessels: In the vicinity of the Inner Fairway Lt buoy (24"54"56N 51'36'∙50E) NOTE: Terminal (SPM & CBM berlhing & cargo operations) operales on private VHF Chs P1 ~nd P2. DI :SCRIPTION: Th,' prir:lary function of the Mesaieed Vessel 1 ralfic Control is to provide a control ser\ice to all vessels which will enhance and' improve safety and efficiency of marine traffic using Ihe approach channel when calling at and departing from Mesaieed, as well "s movlllg willlir. Ihe harbour area .. CONTliCT DETAILS: Call: Mesaieed Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 . E-mail: mesaieedvlc@qp.com.qa HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: '
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2) Vessels should call Mesaieed Traffic on VHF when 5 n miles from Mishul Lt buoy. (3) Mesaieed Traffic will inform vessels of their program (channel transit and berthing schedule). (4) All vessels must maintain a continuous listening watcll (even when alongside) on VHF Ch 11. REPORTING POINTS: All vessels inward-bound and outward-bound should reporl to Vessel Traffic Control on passing the following repOl1iflg points: Reporting Point Mishut Lt buoy 1--------------
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Vessels are requesled 10 keep well clear of the installation and adjacent structures and not enter the charted restricted area without first obtaining the permission of the Olfsl1ore Installation Manager (OIM) on Ras Gas Alpha. OATAR NOTE: This field is operated by Ras Laffan Liquified Natural Gas Company Lld. FLi\'S LAFFAr~ UNCTAD LOCODE: OA RLF Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: . Pilots E-mail: rlcpilots@qp.com.q8 Port Operations Telephone: +9744733225 Fax: +9744733229 E-mail: raslaffanport@qp.com.qa Website: www.qp.com.qa {Control Call: Ra's Laffan Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +9744733200 +9744733201 Fax: +974 47~320g HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 25°5G'\J 51 ":fn: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels navigating within the port area, except (at the sole discretion of the Port Management) lor the following: (a) Vessels of less than 7501 LOA (b) Supply vessels aulhorised by the Port Management (c) All tugs operating as such exclusively ;"ithin the port area (d) Military, Coastguard, Police or Customs vessels of Ihe Slate of Qatar (e) Any other vessels exempted by the Port Management .(2) Notice of ETA: Vessels are required to inform Ra's Laffiin Port Authority of their. ETA 7 days, 72h, and 24h in advance of arrival, with notification of variiltions in excess of 4h within the last 24h. Such notices should be addressed via the agent. (3) The 72h ETA notice should include Ihe pre arrival information as stated in the port r~ ·'~tio ns . • ssels should contact Ra's Laffan Port Control on VHF Chs 12 or 16 within 6h of arrival. (5) Vessels are encouraged to conlact Ra's Lafffm Port Conlrol on VHF Chs 12 or 16 should they have any concerns or be in doubt as to the operatipnal requirements of the port. (6) All marine movements within the port limits are controlleo by Ra's Laffan Port Control. All vessels are required to coniact Ra's Laffiin Port Control on VHF Ch 12 before entering, leaving or manoeuvring within the port limits. (7) The dredged ~hannet is subject to one-way navigation, with all movements within this channel and the deep water basin being prohibited during the entry or departure of vessels bound to, or from, any of the berths in the deep water basin. The movement of such vessels will be adVised by Ra's Laffan Port Control on VHF Ch 12 approximately 30 mins before the intended time of entering/departing the dredged channel. (8) Pitot boards in the following positions: (a) Port: 2S'5S'∙40N 51'43'∙00E (b) SPt.L25'59'∙10N S2'06"10~ INFORMATION: (1) Routine navigation warnings and weather forecasts may be obtained, on request, from Ra's Laffiin Port Control on VHF Ch 12. (2) Non-routine/urgent navigation warnings will be broadcast as soon as received and repeated every hour on the hour for the following 3 hours. NOTE: The station is operated by Qatar General Petroleum Corporation, Doha. 274 275 REUNION (France) GENERAL NOTES SYSTEME DE COMPTES RENDUS DE MOUVEMENTS DE NAVIRES (SURNAV): For details see SURNAV (REUNION AND SOUTHERN OCEAN). ANCHORAGE REGULATIONS: CONTACT DETAILS: MRCC la Reunion (CROSSRU): Call: CROSSRU VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +262(0)2 62434343 Fax: +262(0)2 62711595 Telex: +961 916140 or +583 422799193 (Inmarsat C) E-mail: lareunion.mrcc@developpement-durable.gouv.fr La Reunion Hr Mr: Call: Capitainerie La Reunion VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +262(0)2 62711470 Fax: +262(0)2 62711477 E-mail: dde974capitainerie@wanadoo.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Anchoring within the territorial and internal waters of Reunion is subject to regulations published in Instructions Nautiques (French Sailing Directions) L9, details of which are described below. (2) All French and foreign vessels over 25m LOA must submit an anchorage request to MRCC La Reunion (CROSSRU) stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Type of vessel (d) Flag (e) LOA (f) GT (g) Number of persons on board (h) Maximum draught (i) Last port Ul Destination port (k) Cargo on board (I) Positon and time when submitting anchorage request (m) Route and speed (n) Reason lor anchoring (0) Requested duration (p) Position of anchorage requested (q) Possible damage (r) Other information (3) Vessels over 25m LOA awaiting entry to a port or awaiting authorisation to leave a port must advise La Reunion Hr Mr of their anchorage within the areas of La Possession, Saint-Paul Bay and Cap la Houssaye, and advise their intention to cast off to the Hr Mr and CROSSRU, 6h in advance. (4) All vessels over 25m LOA at anchor must: (a) Maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 (b) Respond to all requests and instructions made by the maritime authorities (c) Conform to all instructions made by the maritime authorities (d) Advise all incidents or events affecting the environment, security and safety PORT REUNION (POINTE DES GALETS) UNCTAD LOCODE: RE REU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Capitainerie Pointe des Galets Reunion Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Website: wwwJeunion.port.fr REUNION (France) Pilots Telephone: +262262420314 Fax: +262 262432381 Telex: +961 916200 RE E-mail: pilotage.maritime.reunion@wanadoo.fr Hr Mr Telephone: +262262711470 Fax: +262262711477 Telex: +961 916249 CAP RUN RE E-mail: dde974capitainerie@wanadoo.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 50m in length and is available H24 for the East Port and sunrise to sunset for the West Port. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the agent, who requests the pilot at least 48h in advance. (3) At least 24h before arrival in the roads, an Offshore Advance Report should be sent to the Capitainerie du Port (Hr Mr) stating the following: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Flag (d) LOA (e) Draught (fore and aft) (f) Whether the vessel is equipped with a bow propeller (g) ETA in the roads (h) Dangerous cargo (I MO number and quantity) (i) Defects, if any G) Last port of call (4) Vessels should confirm ETA when within VHF range. (5) Pilot boards between 1 n mile and 2 n miles from the port entrances, on the leading lines for both East Port and West Port. SURNAV (REUNION AND SOUTHERN OCEAN) SURNAV (Systeme de Comptes Rendus de Mouvements des Navires) Reporting System LOCATION: MRCC La Reunion, Port Reunion AREA: The French territorial waters of the South Indian Ocean (La Reunion, Mayotte, Terres ~ustrales and French Antarctica (TAAF: lies ,Saint-Paul & Afl]sterdam, iles Crozet, lies Kerguelen, Bassas da India, lie Europa, lies Glorieuses, lie Juan de Nova and ile Tromelin)). CONTACT DETAILS: Call: CROSSRU VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 21828291 Telephone: +262(0)262434343 Fax: +262(0)2 62711595 Telex: +961 916140 (COSRU 916140F) +583422799193 (Inmarsat C) E-mail: lareunion-trafic@developpement-durable.gouv.fr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) The regulations are mandatory for the following: (a) Vessels carrying hydrocarbons or residual gases of hydrocarbons stated in the list in Annex 1 of MARPOL 73. (b) Non-inerted tankers carrying: (i) Harmful liquid substances as defined in Annex 2 of the MARPOL Convention and classified in categories A and B of Chapter 17 of the IMO International Bulk Carriers (IBC) Code (ii) Bulk liquified gas (iii) Plutonium 239, Uranium 233, 235 or 238, Thorium, or any other substance containing these with the exception of minerals (iv) Acetaldehyde (UN 1089), alcoholic ether (UN 1155), ethylvinylic ether (UN 1302), monoethylamine (UN 1036), ammonium nitrate (UN 0222), or propylene oxide (UN 1280) (v) Organochlorate compounds (e.g. organochlorate pesticides UN 2761, 2762, 2995 or 2996) (c) Vessels carrying: (i) Harmful liquid substances as defined in MARPOL Annex 2 and not listed above (ii) Noxious liquid substances as defined in MARPOL Annex 3 (iii) Dangerous goods as defined in The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code, including radioactive products listed in the INF rules, Chapter 17 of the IMO International Bulk Carriers (IBC) Code and Chapter 19 of the IMO International Gas Carriers (IGC) Code 276 277 REUNION (France) (2) Participating vessels navigating or located in the AREA are required to contact CROSSRU 6h prior to entering territorial waters or 4h before leaving a port or anchorage, stating: (a) Intentions concerning movements in territorial waters (b) Ability to manoeuvre or navigate (3) The message should be sent by one of the following methods: (a) Fax or telephone (b) Telex (c) E-mail (d) Inmarsat C (4) If the vessel is in a French port, the message can be sent as directed by the port authority. Frequencies 2182 and 8291 kHz should be used only as a last option. (5) The message should be addressed to SURNAV CROSSRU and headed RAPPORT SURNAV -
CIRCULATION EAUX TERRITORIALES/SIGNALEMENT CARGAISON TRANSPORTEE, with the following information: ID Information required A Vessel's name, call sign, MMSI and flag B Date and time in UT (GMT) in 6 figures (DD HH MM), suffixed Z C Position (latitude/longitude) E Course F Speed G Last port of call H Date and time in UT (GMT) and point of entry into French territorial waters or date and time of departure I Destination and ETA Date and time in UT (GMT) and point of exit from French territorial waters, or K date and time of arrival in port, anchorage, waiting or deballasting zone, and destination in French waters L Intentions M RT watch kept P Detailed description of dangerous goods or pollutants on board (see note) Q Any defects, damage, faults or restrictions S Weather conditions in the area T Notification to the authorities holding information (lists, manifests, cargo plan) relating to dangerous goods on board U Type of vessel, LOA and draught W Number of people on board X Other remarks Z End of message Note: Vessels should consult IMO resolution A.8S1 (20) to ensure that the information required in PAPA is given correctly. (6) Any subsequent changes should be reported immediately. (7) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on 2182 kHz and VHF Ch 16 whilst in the AREA, except when alongside, and respond to requests from French Government vessels and French CRSs to change to an alternative frequency. (8) Reports of accidents or incidents at sea: All vessels of 300 GT navigating in the area of the French Economic Zone (ZEE) of the South Indian Ocean, must immediately report the following to CROSSRU: (a) Any incident or accident affecting the safety of the vessel (e.g. collision, grounding, damage, failure or breakdown, piracy, shifting of cargo, all hull defects or structural failures) (b) Any incident or accident affecting navigational safety (e.g. failures likely to affect the manoeuvrability of the vessel, or any defects affecting the propulsion or steering system, the electrical generating system and navigation and communications equipment) (c) Any situation likely to cause pollution of the water or coastline (e.g. any discharge or risk of discharging pollutants into the sea) (d) Any slicks of pollutant and any containers or packages observed adrift in the sea REUNION (France) (9) The message should be addressed to CROSSRU, and prefixed SURNAV-
AVARIES, stating the following: ID Information required A Vessel's name, call sign, MMSI and flag B Date and time in UT (GMT) in 6 figures (DD HH MM), suffixed Z C Position (latitude and longitude) E Course F Speed G Last port of call I Destination and ETA M RT watch kept 0 Draught P Cargo and details enabling information to be obtained about dangerous merchandise or pollutants carried on board Q Nature of the incident or situation encountered Description of any pollution caused or observed and every container, R package or merchandise lost overboard or observed adrift and presenting a danger to navigation or the environment S Weather conditions T Name and details of the owner, charter company, or any possible consignee in France U Type of vessel W Number of persons on board Date and time in UT (GMT) of any distress call or request for tow, presence X and name ot any assisting vessel or UT (GMT) time of arrival of an assisting vessel; other information Y Request for transmission of the report to another system (AMVER, AUSREP, JASREP, MAREP etc.) Z End of report NOTE: Vessels should consult IMO resolution A.S51 (20) to ensure that the information required in PAPA, QUEBEC, ROMEO and X-RAY is given correctly. (10) Vessets providing assistance to damaged or defective vessels of 300 GT or over, and which are less than 50 n miles from the Reunion (French) coast must report to CROSSRU, with a message prefixed SURNAV AVARIES stating the following information: ID Information required A Vessel's name, call sign, MMSI and flag B Date and time in UT (GMT) in 6 figures (DD HH MM), suffixed Z C Position (Iatitude/longitude) of assisting vessel E Course of assisting vessel F Speed of assisting vessel I Destination and ETA M Available means of communication 0 Draught P Cargo of vessel being assisted Q Damage sustained to vessel being assisted (if known) T Name and address of shipowner, shipping agent, or eventual consignatory of the assisting vessel in France U Type of assisting vessel Date and time in UT (GMT), position, weather, name, callsign, flag of the X vessel, course and speed of the vessel involved in the accident; other information Y Request for transmission of the report to another system (AMVER, AUSREP, JASREP, MAREP etc.) Z End of report 278 279 ROMANIA See diagram BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS (TURKEY section). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITIES: (1) Constantza Maritime Port Administration. Telephone: +40(0)241 601097 Fax: +40(0)241 619512 Mobile: +40(0)722 261111 E-mail: apc@constantza-port.ro Website: www.constantza-port.ro (2) Administration of the Navigable Canals. Telephone: +40(0)241 738505 Fax: +40(0)241 738505 Mobile: +40(0)722 685782 E-mail: compania@acn.ro EUROPEAN COUNCil DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002J59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with Ihe port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table: PARTICIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int ROMANIA BRAILA UNCTAD LOCODE: RO BRA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port Telephone: +40(0)239613712 Fax: +40(0)239 612066 HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 68 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. 45°16'N 27°59'E (2) No vessel should proceed into the port without permission from Port Control. (3) River pilots are replaced by port pilots at the roads or during navigation in the port zone. NOTE: Pilotage is provided by SULlNA. CONSTANTA UNCTAD LOCODE: RO CND Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 44°06'N 28°42'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels, except Navy vessels, vessels used for a public service such as maintenance, control and surveillance of navigation, salvage vessels, training, hospital and leisure vessels (and is available H24). (2) The Master should contact Constan\a VTS on VHF Ch 67 on entering the VTS area. (3) Contact with the pilot service may take place by calling on VHF Ch 14. (4) Pilot embarks/disembarks in the following positions: (
a) Fair weather: within the circle of radius 0∙5 n miles centred on position 44"05'∙06N 28°43'∙06E (b) Bad weather: in position 44°06'∙24N 28°42'∙30E Vessel Traffic Service AREA: An area bounded to seaward by a circle of radius 12 n miles from the VTS Centre (44 °10'∙16N 28°39'∙59E), to landward by the coast and a line joining the seaward ends of the Constan\a breakwaters. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Constan\a Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 67 Telephone: +40(0)341 730347 Fax: +40(0)341 730348 E-mail: vtscta@rna.ro HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This is a mandatory system which applies to all vessels over 300 GT and all towing vessels, navigating within the area. (2) Details of the vessel, its cargo and route must be supplied to the VTS as requested. (3) All vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 67 whilst within the area. REPORTING: (1) Vessels must report to Constan\a VTS on VHF Ch 67 as follows: (a) On entering the TSS (approximately 8 n miles from the port entrance) (b) On entering the VTS area: State vessel's name, call sign, IMO No, draught and vessel's particulars (c) Before departing from an anchorage or from within the VTS area: State vessel's name, draught, destination and any other information requested by the VTS (d) When unmooring, stating that the vessel intends to participate in the VTS (e) On leaving the VTS area (f) After mooring (2) The languages to be used for communication shall be English or Romanian. 280 281 ROMANIA NAVIGATIONAL ASSISTANCE: (1) This service will be provided on request or, if considered necessary, by the VTS during poor visibility. (2) Navigational assistance will be provided: (a) In the roads, providing a description of traffic in the area and any possibility of collision or grounding (b) In the Constanla inner roads and Constanla port entrance up to the VTS area limit Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 67 Telephone: +40(0)241 616431 Fax: +40(0)241 618299 E-mail: cz-constanta@rna.ro RADIONAV Call: Radionav VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +40(0)241 739600 +40(0)241 739470 +40(0)241 737102 Fax: +40(0)241 739469 +40(0)241 737103 E-mail: arrivalro@radionav.ro isps@radionav.ro Constanla MRCC E-mail: mrcc@rna.ro Port Authority Telephone: +40(0)241 611540 Fax: +40(0)241 619512 E-mail: apmc@constantza-port.ro Website: www.portofconstantza.com Towage VHF Frequency: Ch 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the Port Authority via the agent 24h in advance of berthing. (2) Vessels should send the ISPS Notification to RADIONAV as follows: (a) Security Level 1 : At least 24h prior to arrival (b) Security Levels 2 and 3: At least 48h prior to arrival (3) Vessels should send the Ship Arrival and Waste Notification at least 24h prior to arrival to the following: (a) HrMr (b) Constanla VTS (c) Constanla MRCC (4) Any anchoring, changes of anchorage, departure from anchorage, port entry or exit may only take place after receiving permission from Constanla VTS. GALATI UNCTAD LOCODE: RO GAL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Galali Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 71 Telephone: +40(0)236499186 +40(0)236 460353 Fax: +40(0)236499186 +40(0)236 460353 E-mail: secretariat@afdj.ro Website: www.afdj.ro HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pifotage is compufsory for all vessels. (2) River pilots may be replaced by port pilots at the roads or during navigation in the port zone as per instructions from Galali Pilots. ROMANIA Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: APDM1 Galali VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +40(O}236 460660 +40(O}236 460663 Fax: +40(O}236 460140 E-mail: apdm@apdm.galatLro Website: www.apdm.galatLro HrMr Call: Galali Traffic Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 Telephone: +40(O}236460400 +40(O}236 460644 Fax: +40(O}236460400 +40(O}236 460644 E-mail: sinav-1]alati@rna.ro Website: www.rna.ro MANGALlA UNCTAD LOCODE: RO MAG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Hr Mr's Office VHF Frequency: Ch 68 Telephone: +40(O}241 751299 Port Captain Telephone: +40(O}241 751088 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilot at least 2h before: (a) Arrival in the roads (b) Moving within the port (c) Leaving port (3) Pilot boards 0∙2 n miles S of the NE breakwater head. SULlNA UNCTAD LOCODE: RO SUL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pilot Sulina VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +40(O}240543241 +40(O}240 543242 +40(O}240 543243 Fax: +40(O}240 543294 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Pilot boards in position 45∙08'∙70N 29∙47'∙05E. NOTE: Provides pilolage for BRAILA and Cealal. 282 283 TULCEA UNCTAD LOCODE: RO TeE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +40(0)240516861 Fax: +40(0)240516861 E-mail: secrelariat@afdj.ro Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 Telephone: +40(0)240512329 Fax: +40(0)240512329 E-mail: vtmisti@rna.ro Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 Telephone: +40(0)240513226 Fax: +40(0)240512937 E-mail: cptulcea@rna.ro HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) River pilots are replaced by port pilols at the roads. ROMANIA 45°11'N 28°48'E RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) See diagram BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS (TURKEY section). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. Telephone: +7(8)4952217130 Fax: +7(8)495 2001003 E-mail: isps@msecurity.ru Website: www.msecurity.ru ETA MESSAGE: Vessels should send ETA to the agents 12 days, 96h and 12h in advance (oil, gas and chemical tankers 14 days, 72h and 12h in advance). PILOTAGE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for entry to, and departure from, all Russian ports and for mooring and casting off. (2) Pilot ordering: Pilots should be ordered through the agents 12h, and confirmed 4h, in advance, unless stated otherwise in station entry. AZOV, Sea of Azov Pilots and Port NOTE: For details see TAGANROG, Sea of Azov, including Azov Port. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see TAGANROG, Sea of Azov, including Azov Port. RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) NOVOROSSIYSK UNCTAD LOCODE: RU NVS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Pilot Station VHF Frequency: Ch 09; 11 6974 Telephone: +7(8)8617292037 Fax: +7(8)8617 292037 Port Control Call: Novorossiysk 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 Telephone: +7(8)8617 292582 Fax: +7(8)8617254228 Port Radio Station Call: Novorossiysk Radio 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 03 07 Telephone: +7(8)8617292290 Port Dispatcher Call: Novorossiysk 2 VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +7(8)8617292444 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels except the following: (a) Russian Naval vessels (b) Customs vessels (c) Small craft (d) Port and technical fleet vessels (e) Local vessels (f) Vessels having a valid Pilotage Exemption Certificate (PEG) (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the agent 10 days, 72h, 24h and 4h in advance. (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send requests for pilots to the Hr Mr 24h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding area, with confirmation 2h prior to arrival. (4) Radar-assisted pilotage is compulsory; (a) When visibility is less than 2 n miles or in bad weather (b) When equipment affecting navigation or pollution is malfunctioning (c) For vessels carrying dangerous cargo and tankers with non-decontaminated tanks (d) For towing vessels (e) When ordered by the Hr Mr (5) Tugs (compulsory for vessels of 200 GT and over) should be requested via agent 2h prior to the commencement of operations. (6) Requests for radar-assisted pilotage should be submitted via the VTS Centre on VHF Ch 09 when agreed with the pilot onboard. (7) Port may also be contacted through Novorossiysk CRS. (8) Pilot boards in the following positions: (
a) 44°37'∙80N 37°52'∙10E (about 2 n miles Wof Doobskiy Lt) (b) 44°34'∙10N 37"38'∙50E (c) 44°34'∙10N 37"37'-46E NOTE: In adverse weather conditions the pilot boarding pOSitions may be changed by agreement with the VTS Centre. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: The VTS Operation Zone is bounded by the following: (1) 44°32'∙27N 38°04'∙60E (2) 44°30'∙45N 38°01'-92E (3) 44°36'∙70N 37°34'∙00E (4) 44°40'∙57N 37°34'∙00E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Novotraffic Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09116874 Telephone: +7(8)8617292847 Fax: +7(8)8617292847 284 285 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (1) Vessels should request permission from the VTS Centre to enter the VTS Operation Zone 15 mins prior to arrival. Should entry be delayed for more than 15 mins, another request should be made. (2) The initial request message should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name, flag and type (b) Owner's details (c) IMO number (d) Last port of call (e) Purpose of call (f) LOA, beam and height (g) Draught (h) Cargo (according to IMDG Code) (i) Vessel state (loaded, in ballast, where the ballast was taken, method of ballast substitution by cargo operation) Ul Time of approach to VTS Operation Zone (k) Agent (I) Main engine power (m) Full and dead slow speed when manoeuvring (n) State of radar and VHF equipment (0) Vessel's pOSition by bearing and distance from Doobskiy Lt (p) Course, speed and weather (q) VTS Centre confirmation of vessel identification (r) Availability and state of inert gas system (tankers only) (3) A continuous listening watch should be maintained on VHF Chs 09 and 16 whilst within the VTS Operation Zone. (4) An operational completion message (berthing, anchoring, weighing anchor etc) should be sent to the VTS Centre no less than 3-5 mins in advance. (5) When malfunctions affecting the safety of navigation occur or contact with the VTS Centre is lost, the vessel should notify the VTS Centre by any available means, leave the leading line, RT, cast anchor or heave aback. To resume passage it is necessary to notify the VTS Centre of the correction of the malfunctions and request permission for further navigation. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Hydrometeorological information (including weather messages and storm warnings) is broadcast daily at 1330 LT and in special VTS Centre broadcasts on VHF Ch 09. OTHER PORT IN THE NOVOROSSIYK AREA: Sheskharis Oil Harbour UNCTAD LOCODE: RU NVS Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Novorossiysk 11 VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 Telephone: +7(8)8617292582 Fax: +7(8)8617292491 Port Dispatcher Call: Novorossiysk 15 VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +7(8)8617292491 PORTKAVKAZ UNCTAD LOCODE: RU KZP Pilots NOTE: See KERCH STRAIT, UKRAINE. PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in the following positions: (1) From the Sea of Azov: Anchorage Area 455 (45°22'∙80N 31 °41 '∙30E) (2) From the Black Sea: 45°17'∙15N 36°29'∙08E RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control (IGNP) Call: Kavkaz Radio 17 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 15 Telephone: +7(8)8614858126 VTS(SUDS) Call: Kavkaz Radio 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +7(8)8614858113 Port Captain Telephone: +7(8)8614858114 Port Temryuk E-mail: martemryuk@morflot.ru Marine Superintendent Telephone: +7(8)8614858113 Fax: +7(8)8614858126 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 06 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to the Port Captain directly or via agents 48h. 24h and 4h prior to arrival. (2) Vessels should maintain a continuous watch on VHF Ch 16. NOTE: Vessels navigating the Tamanskiy Channel should monitor VHF Ch 14 to receive broadcasts Irom the Kerch Strait Ship Movement Control Service (see UKRAINE). PORT TEMRYUK UNCTAD LOCODE: RU TMR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control (IGNP) Call: Temryuk Radio 17 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 69 Telephone: +7(8)8614858656 Fax: +7(8)86148 52634 VTS(PUDS) Call: Temryuk Radio 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Telephone: +7(8)8614852645 Port Captain Telephone: +7(8)86t4858603 Port Authority Telephone: +7(8)8614851896 +7(8)8614852091 Fax: +7(8)8614851966 E-mail: martemryuk@morflot.ru Marine Superintendent Telephone: +7(8)8614852231 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 06 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 45°19'N 37°23'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels of 200 GT and over. Radar pilotage is obligatory for all vessels over 50 GT when visibility is less than 1 n mile. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send requests for pilotage to Port Control (IGNP) directly or via agents 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to the Port Captain 48h. 24h and 4h prior to arrival. 286 287 RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (4) Vessels must request permission from Port Control to enter the port 20 mins prior to arrival at Temryukskiy Fairway Lt buoy (45°21 '∙27N 37°20'∙43E). (5) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (6) Departing vessels should request pilotage 6h and 2h prior to departure. (7) Pilot boards in the vicinity of Temryukskiy Fairway Lt buoy (45°21'∙27N 37"20'∙43E). SOCHI UNCTAD LOCODE: RU SOC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Lotsman Sochi Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Telephone: +7(8)8622609693 Fax: +7(8)8622922714 Port State Control (PSC) Call: Sochi Radio 5 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 74 Telephone: +7(8)8622609618 +7(8)8622609717 Berth Controller Call: Sochi Radio 2 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +7(8)8622920576 +7(8)8622609632 Hr Mr Telephone: +7(8)8622620215 Maritime Safety Service (MSS) Telephone: +7(8)8622609809 +7(8)8622609850 Port Authority Telephone: +7(8)8622609646 Fax: +7(8)8622609609 E-mail: info@morport-sochLru Website: www.seaport-sochi.ru HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels and all Russian vessels of 200 GT and over. (2) Pilotage is exempt for the following vessels: (a) Russian Naval, Federal Security Service Coast Guard and Border Guard, Federal Guard Service and customs vessels (b) Small vessels, harbour and engineering vessels and local vessels, the Masters and first mates of which have been granted exemption by the Hr Mr (3) Pilot ordering: Pilotage shall be ordered by fax via agents 2h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position. The pilot boarding time shall be confirmed not less than 1 h prior to arrival via Sochi Pilots on VHF Ch 14. (4) Notice of ETA: Vessels shall advise ETA directly or via agent 48h, 24h and 4h prior to arrival by one of the following methods: (a) By radio to the Hr Mr (b) By telephone or fax to: (i) +7(8)8622 609809 (ii) +7(8)8622609717 (c) By email to: (i) smb@sochLru (ii) ign@sochLru (5) Vessels commencing a voyage less than 48h distant from Sochi should advise ETA within 2h of departure. (6) Vessels carrying dangerous cargo should also advise the following information: (a) The technical name of the cargo and its properties (b) The class/subclass of the cargo in accordance with the IMDGC code and the UN classification number (c) The packaging group (d) The amount of dangerous cargo onboard (e) The location of the dangerous cargo onboard (f) The presence of transport documents for the dangerous cargo (7) Tugs are compulsory for all vessels over 200 GT, and should be ordered from the Berth Controller 2h before commencement of operations. (8) Pilot boards in position 43°33'∙60N 39°42'∙60E (1∙5 n miles SSW of Sochinskiy Lt). RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The VTS operational area is bounded by the arc of a circle radius 5∙3 n miles centred on position 43°34'∙90N 39°43'∙20E, and radii drawn from this position in directions 151
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• (2) The area also includes the inner harbour. DESCRIPTION: The VTS provides the following information and services: (1) Issues permission to vessels to enter the VTS operational area, to leave a berth or to weigh anchor. (2) Designates traffic priority, order and route. (3) Assists in establishing communication between vessels and shore organisations. (4) Issues information and instructions to vessels on detecting a potential accident situation, violation of rules, shifting of vessels from the anchorage or displacement of aids to navigation from the official positions, and in other cases affecting the safety of vessel navigation. (5) Provides radar pilotage of vessels during which the VTS operator constantly transmits a vessel's route coordinates, deviation form the fairway centreline, distance and time to the nearest waypoint or conspicuous landmark. (6) Ensures that a vessel arrives at the anchoring location. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Sochi Traffic Control VHF Frequency: Ch 11 14 Telephone: +7(8)8622922714 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for all vessels. (2) The languages used by the VTS are Russian and English. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels must contact Sochi VTS on VHF Ch 14, 1 h before entering the VTS operational area. (4) Vessels must provide the VTS with the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) LOA, beam, freeboard and draught (forward and aft) (c) Time of arrival at the VTS operational area (d) Maximum and minimum speed in maneouvring mode and engine power (e) Agent's name (f) The presence of deck cargo (g) The presence of dangerous cargo and its IMDGC classification (h) The condition of the vessel's equipment and systems affecting maneouvring and vessel safety (i) Port of departure (5) Vessels must follow the instructions provided by the VTS concerning: (a) Priority of movement (b) Route (c) Speed (d) Anchorage location (e) Prohibition of movement (f) VHF radio watch (g) The transmission of information on manoeuvres or actions proposed or in progress (6) Vessels must repeat VTS instructions which relate directly to it, and if unable to comply should state the reason and further intentions. (7) Vessels at anchor in the anchorage area and the harbour must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 14 and 16. (8) Vessels must not change anchorage or shift within the port area without obtaining permission from the VTS. TAGANROG, Sea of Azov, including Azov Port UNCTAD LOCODE: RU TAG Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Harbour Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 05 288 289 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (1) Pilotage is compulsory within the VTS operational area for the following: (a) Foreign-flagged vessels (b) Vessels in distress (c) Vessels carrying dangerous cargo unless exempted (d) Vessels carrying nuclear cargo (e) Cargo vessels during the ice navigation period (2) Pilotage is compulsory along the Taganrog approach channel for all vessels. (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels should request harbour pilot at least 4h in advance of arrival at 8eglitsa Lt buoy (47"OI'∙50N 38°38'20E) or at the Outer Roads of the port of Mariupol' (Zhdanov) on VHF Ch 05. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port of Taganrog: 47'03'∙75N 38°52'∙80E (b) Azov-Don Sea Channel (ADSC): 47"02'-40N 38'55'∙60E Vessel Traffic Service AREA: The VTS operational area includes the waters of the Gulf of Taganrog (Taganrogskiy Zaliv), bounded by the shoreline and extending eastwards from meridian 38' 14' ∙OOE to its intersection with parallel 46 '53' ∙20N, and thence along this parallel to Sazal'nikskaya Kosa. The eastern boundary of the area is defined by meridian 39' 13'∙00E. DESCRIPTION: The VTS provides the following services: (1) Assists in ensuring the safety of navigation within the VTS operational area. (2) Improves the efficiency of shipping and port operation. (3) Assists in safety of life at sea and the protection of the environment. CONTACT DETAILS: VTS Call: Taganrog Traffic Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 68 74 Port State Control (PSC) Call: Taganrog Radio 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 69 Central Port Radio Station Call: Taganrog Radio 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 05 Port Dispatcher Call: Taganrog Dispatcher MAP VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 Azov Port State Control (PSC) Call: Azov Portnadzor VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Azov Port Dispatcher Call: Azov Dispatcher Dvizheniya VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for all vessels. (2) Vessels entering the VTS operational area from the Sea of Azov (Azovskoye More) in an easterly direction must contact the VTS on VHF Ch 74 to obtain confirmation of identification. Permission to enter the VTS operational area is to be requested when crossing meridian 38' 14' ∙OOE (Kryva Kosa). (3) Vessels proceeding into the Gulf of Taganrog (Taganrogskiy Zaliv) from the River Don must, before entering the VTS operational area, contact the VTS on VHF Ch 74 to obtain confirmation of identification. Permission to enter the VTS operational area is to be requested when passing the River Don "0" km marker. The boundary for reporting entry into the VTS operational area is meridian 39'13'∙OOE. (4) Vessels entering the VTS operational area without having established VHF communications with the VTS are considered to be in distress. Such vessels may be provided with assistance at the discretion of the Hr Mr with any costs charged to the vessel's owner. (5) Vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 74. (6) Should a vessel's radio equipment fail, vessels must move out of the traffic lane, lie adrift or at anchor, and take steps to establish communication with the VTS and Port State Control. RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (7) Within the VTS operational area, vessels must implement Port State Control instructions concerning: (a) The order in which movement is commenced (b) Route and speed (c) Anchorage location (d) Transmission of requested information (e) Implementation of an identification procedure on request from the VTS (f) Maintenance of a continuous listening watch on the indicated VHF channels. (8) A vessel must repeat all Port State Control instructions which relate directly to it, and if impossible to comply with these must state the reason and further intentions. (9) Permission for vessels to commence movement within the VTS operational area is valid for 30 mins. On expiry of this period, vessels must make a new request. (1 0) Vessels must obtain permission to enter the Taganrog Approach Channel (TAC) in advance from Port State Control. (11) Vessels must obtain permission to enter the Azov-Don Sea Canal (ADSC) from Azov Port State Control. (12) Vessels must advise the VTS and Port State Control of the actual time of departure from a berth, and of anchoring or weighing anchor. (13)When entering and departing from Taganrog port, vessels must obtain permission to commence movement from Port State Control with subsequent communications via the VTS. (14) Vessels not complying with VTS instructions for safety reasons must immediately notify the VTS and Port State Control and make an entry in the vessels log. NAVIGATIONAL ASSISTANCE: Navigational assistance to vessels is provided by the VTS by regularly transmitting the following information: (1) The position of the vessel in relation to a navigational landmark, the fairway (lateral deviation from the centre line and the margins of the channel), and waypoints. (2) The track angle and speed of the vessel (3) Positions and intentions of other vessels (4) Recommendations for change of course and speed. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Authority Telephone: +7(8)8634319501 Fax: +7(8)8634 319500 Telex: +64298213 MORE RU Website: www.seaportJu HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should inform KERCH STRAIT (see UKRAINE) of ETA 96h, 24h and 6h off Kerch Strait. TUAPSE UNCTAD LOCODE: RU TUA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Tuapse Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +7(8)8616771338 +7(8)8616721692 Port Control Call: Tuapse Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +7(8)8616776446 +7(8)8616731029 E-mail: portcontrol@tuapseportJu Port Radio Call: Tuapse Radio 1 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 02 09 290 291 HrMr Telephone: +7(8)8616776444 E-mail: h.master@tuapseport.ru Port Authority Telephone: +7(8)8616776400 Fax: +7(8)8616776403 Telex: +64211117MAPTRU E-mail: map@tuapseport.ru Website: www.tuapseport.ru HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to agent 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should request pilot and confirm ETA at least 2h prior to arrival. The message should also contain the following information: (a) Quantity and grade of cargo (b) Stowage plan (c) LOA and maximum draught (d) Number of passengers (e) Health condition of crew (4) When within 12 n miles of the port, vessels may not transmit on any frequency to any station except Tuapse Port Radio. VHF Chs 01 03060809121426 and 27 shall . not be used for ship-to-ship communication. (5) Vessels at anchor in the roads or laying alongside berths should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (
6) Vessels under way in the port area should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 09. (7) All movements in the port area require permission from the Port Control. Such permission for small vessels expires after 5 mins and should be renewed. (8) Pilot boards in position 44'03'∙70N 39'03'∙90E. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: (1) The Tuapse VTS operational area is bounded on the NE by the shore, and seawards by a line joining the following positions: (a) 44°1Q'.55N 38°56'∙38E (b) 44'06'∙68N 38°51'∙15E (c) 43°58'∙33N 39°03'∙03E (d) 44°02'∙23N 39°08'∙33E (2) The area also includes the internal port waters of Tuapse. DESCRIPTION: (1) The tasks of the VTS are: (a) To ensure safety of navigation in the VTS operational area (b) To improve the efficiency of shipping and port operation (c) To assist in the preservation of life at sea and protection of the environment (2) The main functions of the YTS are: (a) Organising vessel traffic (b) Monitoring vessel traffic and the position of vessels in anchorages (c) Transmitting navigational, meteorological, operational and other information to vessels (d) Providing assistance to navigation (3) The VTS controls vessel traffic by transmitting mandatory instructions concerning: (a) Entry into the VTS operational area (b) Traffic priority and route (c) Speed and distance between vessels (d) Locations for anchoring and berthing (e) Permission to leave a berth or weigh anchor, and to start/end movement CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tuapse Traffic Control YHF Frequency: Ch 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Participation in the VTS is mandatory for all vessels. (
2) Entering and departing the port, anchoring and weighing anchor, and mooring operations without YTS permission are prohibited. (3) Permission to move within the inner waters of the port is effective for 5 mins after receipt. If movement has not commenced on expiry of this period, a new request for permission to move shall be made. RUSSIA (Black Sea Coast) (4) Notice of ETA: Vessels must contact the VTS centre on VHF Ch 10, lh before entering the VTS area, stating the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's name, call sign, flag, IMO No and MMSI CorD Position of vessel (latJIong or bearing and distance from landmark) G Port of departure I Port of destination and ETA 0 Draught P Name and amount of cargo Q Existence of any restrictions in manoeuvring the vessel T Agent U LOA, beam and freeboard W Number of crew and passengers (5) The Master of a vessel must repeat VTS instructions which relate directly to it, and if it is impossible to comply with them, the Master must state the reason and further intentions. (6) Navigational assistance is provided by the VTS on VHF Ch 10, the commencement and completion of assistance being agreed between the VTS and the vessel's Master. (7) The VTS Centre will provide regular transmissions to the vessel with the following information: (a) The position of the vessel in relation to a navigational landmark, the fairway (any deviation from the centre line), and waypoints (b) The track angle and actual speed of the vessel (c) The position and intentions of other vessels (d) Recommendations on altering course and speed (8) Vessels receiving navigational assistance must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 10. (9) In the event of failure of the main engine or steering gear, or in the event of situations arising which prevent movement, the Master of the vessel must, taking into account prevailing conditions and situation, immediately report to the VTS and take all possible steps to ensure the safe movement of other vessels. (10) The Master of a vessel observing drifting of another vessel lying at anchor must immediately notify the VTS. SAINT HELENA (UK) GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Telephone: +290 2266 Fax: +290 2380 E-mail: barrywil@sainthelena.gov.sh JAMESTOWN UNCTAD LOCODE: SH SHN Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Agents VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: 0830-1730 LT and when a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h before arrival, through Saint Helena CRS. (2) Vessels intending to enter the anchorage of James Bay should contact Port Control or Saint Helena CRS on VHF Ch 16 for assistance. 292 293 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE SANTO ANTONIO, IIha do Principe UNCTAD LOCODE: ST SAA Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PROCEDURE: Pilots and tugs are not available. SAO TOME, IIha de Sao Tome UNCTAD LOCODE: ST TMS Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Tug VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not available. (2) All communications are through the agent on VHF Ch 16. (3) Vessels should send ETA to the agent by Fax or Inmarsat. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Interior/Coast Guard. Telephone: +966(0)14020222 ext 1213 Fax: +966(0)1 4020274 Mobile: +966(0)505 910400 RULES AND REGULATIONS: SAUDI ARABIA The Co-operation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf has issued a set of Rules and Regulations valid for Saudi Arabian Seaports. Every vessel arriving in a port of the Kingdom should have a copy of these on board or should obtain one immediately on first arrival. PILOTAGE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels of 150 NRT and over, except pleasure craft, entering or navigating within or leaving the pilot zones in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (2) Vessels equipped with VHF should call the Port Control Signal Station as soon as the vessel enters within VHF range. NOTICE OF ETA: Vessels bound for Saudi Arabian ports should advise their ETA 5 days, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. MINE DANGER AREAS: (1) Mariners are advised that Mine Danger Areas exist in the northern Gulf waters. Further information may be obtained from the Maritime and Naval authorities; relevant Admiralty Notices to Mariners should be consulted. (2) Mine sightings should be reported to coalition naval vessels on VHF Chs 16 or 13 and to the naval authorities. (3) Sightings within territorial waters should also be reported to the appropriate local authority. SAUDI SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS): For details see SAUDI ARABIA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS). SAUDI ARABIA AL QAl;>iMAH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Qagimah Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 72 74 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels should call Port Control to obtain permission before entering the fairway. (2) Pilot boards W of the inner coastal reef. ASHSHARMAH Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 HOURS: Port: When a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. (
2) Pilot boards near No 6 Lt buoy (27°52'∙80N 35°13'∙60E). O~M~AM,AO (MINA'AL MALlK 'ABO AL 'AZIZ) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA DMN 27°56'N 35°16'E See diagram AD DAMMAM (MiNA' AL MALlK 'ABD AL 'AZIZ) RA'S TANNORAH AND RA'S AL JU'AYMAH VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES. Pilots, Reporting System and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Dammam Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 13 1922 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 2670 2694 2775 Telephone: +966(0)38332500 Fax: +966(0)3 8571727 Telex: +495801138 DAPM SJ +495801139 DAPM SJ Telegraph: PORT DAMMAM Website: www.ports.gov.sa/dammam/index.htm Pilots & Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 71 73 Port Operations VHF Frequency: Ch 01 Fire & Safety VHF Frequency: Ch 68 Container Terminal Telephone: +966(0)3 8142338 Fax: +966(0)38142336 E-mail: info@ips.com.sa Website: www.ips.com.sa HOURS: 2182 kHz: H24 Ch 16: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels inward∙bound: (a) Pilotage is compulsory except for the following: (i) Vessels of the Royal Saudi Navy (ii) Saudi Government non-commercial vessels (iii) Vessels less than 150 GT (iv) Port craft (v) Pleasure yachts (b) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send ETA on departure from previous port, 5 days, 48h and 24h in advance (cl Vessels calling at Ad Dammam port should apply to the Port Authority for permission to berth. This application should be submitted by telex through the local agent. 294 10' 20' 30' 40' 50' ---------------------
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(e) Reporting: Vessels should report to Ra's Tannurah Port Control on VHF Ch lOon passing the following Reporting Points: (i) Ra's Tannurah Lt buoy (27°06'∙OON SooST∙OOE) (ii) RTE 2 Lt buoy (26°4T∙00N Soo34'∙OOE) (iii) Entry Lt buoy (27"OS'∙OON Soo23'∙OOE) (iv) Lt buoy A (26°S6'∙20N Soot2'∙60E) (v) Lt buoy C (26°48'∙30N SO°1O'-20E) (vi) Vessels should report to Oammam Port Control on passing Lt buoy 01 (26 ° 37' ∙OON SO ° 15'-OOE) (f) Vessels should contact Oammam Port Control 1 h before arrival at Lt buoy 01 (26 ° 37' ∙OON SO ° IS' ∙OOE) and supply the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) LOA (iii) Maximum draught (iv) Cargo tonnage and main commodity (v) Hazardous cargo, if any (vi) Whether the vessel has a list (vii) Whether the vessel has any mechanical defects (g) Vessels should not enter the channel or navigate within the port limits without the permission of Oammam Port Control. All vessels shall monitor VHF Chs 16 and to (Ra's Tannurah Port Control Centre) when underway in the approach channels to the port of Ra's Tannurah and in the area of Ra's al Ju'aymah Crude Terminal and LPG Terminal. Vessels shall also monitor VHF Ch 10 when underway in the Ra's TannOrah Channel south of Lt buoy A (26°S6'∙20N SooI2'∙60E), in the vicinity of Ra's TannOrah Terminal and in the anchorage areas of Ra's TannOrah Terminal. (h) Pilot normally boards in the following positions: (i) between Lt buoys 011 and 013 (ii) vessels over t Om draught, except container vessels, in the vicinity of Lt buoy 01 (outside the channel) (2) Vessels outward-bound: (a) Vessels departing Ra's Tannurah anchorage shall advise Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Ch 10, 30 mins before weighing anchor. (b) Vessels shall monitor VHF Chs 16 and to when underway in the approach channels to the Port of Ra's Tannurah, in the area of Ra's al Ju'aymah Crude Terminal and LPG Terminal, when underway in the Ra's TannOrah Channel south 01 Lt buoy A (26°56'∙20N SooI2'∙60E), in the vicinity 01 Ra's TannOrah Terminal and in the anchorage areas 01 Ra's TannOrah Terminal (c) Upon passing Lt buoy 011, vessels will advise Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Ch 13 of their ETA at the south em extremity 01 the tanker anchorage (d) Vessels shall report on passing Lt buoy 01 I}UBA (DHUBA, New Commercial Port) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA OHU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots & Port VHF Frequency: Ch 11 1316 Port Authority Telephone: +966(0)44321060 Fax: +966(0)44322679 Telex: +49S 672019 PORT SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa/dhiba/index.htm Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 11 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. Mooring and unmooring HJ only. (2) Notice 01 ETA: Vessels should send ETA S days, 48h and 24h before arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position 27"34'∙30N 3so29'∙60E TankerTerminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Aramco I;)uba VHF Frequency: Ch 11 E-mail: g-duba-telex@aramco.com 296 297 SAUDI ARABIA PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for the Tanker Terminal should send initial ETA as soon as orders are received to proceed to the Terminal. (2) ETA should be confirmed 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) All ETA and related messages should be sent to the Terminal via e-mail. (4) Pilot Boards in position 27"15'∙75N 35'42'∙50E. JEDDAH (JIDDAH) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA JED Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Jeddah Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 69 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels above 150 NRT entering, navigating within or leaving the port and is available H24 (tankers: 0700-1600). (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for the pilot through Jeddah Signal Station on VHF Chs 16 or 12 stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Nationality (c) LOA (d) Agent's name (e) Maximum draught (f) GT and NRT (g) Cargo (h) Any special characteristics (3) Pilot boards as follows: (a) North Approach Channel: in position 21 '28'∙00N 39'06'∙00E (1 n mile NW of Shi'b Qapam Lt Bn) for terminal-bound vessels (b) South Approach Channel: in position 21 '24'∙00N 39'05'∙00E (near Maruwas Lt buoy) for vessels of 5∙5m draught or less Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Jeddah Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 12 14 Telephone: +966(O}26471200 Fax: +966(O}26477411 Telex: +495601175 PORT SJ Telegraph: PORTS JEDDAH Website: www.ports.gov.saljeddahlindex.htm Jeddah Islamic Port: Pilotage & Berthing VHF Frequency: Ch 09 69 Jeddah Islamic Port: Quarantine VHF Frequency: Ch 77 Jeddah Islamic Port: Bunker Vessels∙ Operations VHF Frequency: Ch 13 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels must send ETA by telex stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Flag (c) Name, address, telephone and telex numbers of Agent (d) Speed (e) ETA (f) Type of radar (g) Frequency (h) Scan rate (i) Pulse width Gl Pulse peak power (k) Pulse repetition frequency (I) Beam width (2) Vessels equipped with more than one radar should give the information in Items (f) to (I) for each radar; this information need only be supplied once. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 5 days, 96h, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. SAUDI ARABIA (4) Vessels should contact Port Control as follows: (a) When within VHF range (b) When 20 n miles from the port, to confirm ETA (c) When 2 n miles from pilot boarding position, if berthing, supplying GT, LOA, draught, agent's name, last port of call and cargo for Jeddah (d) When anchored in outer anchorage (e) When entering, and before moving within, port limits (f) On departure BERTHING SCHEDULES: Broadcast on VHF Ch 12 at 0630 0730(occas) 1830 LT INFORMATION BROADCASTS: When necessary weather reports and notices regarding aids to navigation are broadcast to vessels on VHF Ch 12 following an announcement on VHF Ch 16. Saudi Aramco JRD Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 11 (General Calling and Operations) 73 (Pilotage and Berthing Operations) E-mail: jed-telex@aramco.com PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for the JRD Terminal should send initial ETA as soon as orders are received to proceed to the terminal. (2) ETA should be confirmed 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) All ETA and related messages should be sent to the terminal via e-mail. JIZAN (GIZAN) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA GIZ Pilots and Ports CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Port Control Call: Jizan Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 71 72 73 Port Authority Telephone: +966(0)73171000 Fax: +966(0)73170777 Telex: +495 911018 PORTS SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa/jizanlindex.htm Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 5 days, 48h and 24h in advance through the agent and contact Port Control2h in advance on VHF Ch 16. (3) Pilot boards in position 16°53'∙72N 42°26'∙63E (approximately 5 n miles WNW of harbour entrance). Saudi Aramco Bulk Plant Marine Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: E-mail: g-jizan-telex@aramco.com PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for the Bulk Plant Marine Terminal should send initial ETA as soon as orders are received to proceed to the terminal. (2) ETA should be confirmed 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) All ETA and related messages should be sent to the terminal via e-mail. 298 299 JUBAYL, AL (KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA JUB Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Commercial Port Telephone: +966(0}3 3620600 Fax: +966(0}33623340 Telex: +495831005 JUPT SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa!jubail/index.htm AI Jubayl (King Fahd Industrial Port) VHF Frequency: Ch 67 Telephone: +966(0}33578000 Fax: +966(0}33578011 Telex: +495832031 JUBIPT SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa/kfipj/index.htm Jubayt Port Control Call: Jubayllndustrial Marine VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 17 2067 Radar Surveillance VHF Frequency: Ch 06 64 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SAUDI ARABIA 27°03'N 49°43'E (I) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 150 GT within the port area and is available H24. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 5 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance followed by revised ETA as any changes occur. (3) Vessels should contact Jubayl Port Control on VHF Ch 16 when passing AI Jubayl Fairway buoy (27"18'∙50N 50
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03'∙00E). (4) Pilot boards in position 27"07'∙10N 49°47'∙10E, or in the vicinity of No 9 Lt buoy (27°03'∙90N 49°43'∙60E) as requested. RADAR SURVEILLANCE: Covers the whole of the approach channel. MiNA' RA'S MISH'AB UNCTAD LOCODE: SA RAM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ra's al Mish'ab VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 13 14 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 2638 2760 8281 8284 12421 28°07'N 48°38'E HOURS: Sat-Thurs: 0300-1400 and from 12h before a vessel is expected PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h, 12h and 2h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 28°13'∙30N 48°43'AOE. RA'SALGHAR 26°54'N 49°52'E Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 67 PROCEDURE: (I) Pilotage is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilots 6h before arrival at pilot boarding position. (3) Pilol boards near Ra's al Ghar Entry Lt buoy (27" 13'∙00N 50° 11 'AOE). SAUDI ARABIA RA'S AL KHAFJI UNCTAD LOCODE: SA RAR Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +966(0)37660555 ext 5202 Fax: +966(0)3 7662776 E-mail: tmd@agoc-aoc.com.sa HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 28°25'N 48°32'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory lor all tankers loading or discharging at the terminal. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 72h and 6h in advance. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA before arrival, inform Port Control of time of anchoring and maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (4) Mooring Master boards in position 28°29'∙00N 48°39'∙75E. RA'S TANNORAH AND RA'S AL JU'AYMAH 26°39'N 50
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11'E UNCTAD LOCODE: SA RTA See diagram AD DAMMAM (MiNA' AL MALlK 'ABO AL 'AZIZ) RA'S TANNORAH AND RA'S AL JU'AYMAH VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES (MiNA' AL MALlK 'ABO AL 'AZIZ) section. Pilots, Reporting System and Oil Terminals DESCRIPTION: The following details apply to Ra's TannOrah Terminal, Jua'aymah Crude Terminal (SPM) and Ju'aymah LPG Terminal. STATIONS: Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ra's TannOrah Pilot Office Ra's al Ju'aymah Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 11 12 13 14 Telephone: +966(0)3 6731906 Fax: +966(0)3 6731669 Telex: +495851111 RASPRT SJ HOURS: H24 Ra's Tannurah Port Control Centre CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ra's TannOrah Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 13 PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels calling at any of the terminals. Harbour pilots are also available. (b) Notice of ETA: Vessels must send ETA at Ra's TannOrah Entry Lt buoy (27"05'∙00N 50
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23'∙00E) 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to Saudi ARAMCO. The message should then be followed by an accurate ETA immediately on departure from previous port. (c) Vessels should contact Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Chs 16 or 10 when 100 n miles from Ra's TannOrah/Ra's al Ju'aymah for anchoring, boarding and berthing instructions. Tankers should provide the following information: (i) ETA at Ra's TannOrah entry buoy (ii) Last port of call (iii) Oxygen content in cargo tanks (iv) Status of previous defects if any (v) Current defects (d) Reporting: Vessels should report to Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Ch 10 on passing the following Reporting Points: (i) Ra's TannOrah Lt buoy (27°06'∙00N 50
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12'∙60E) (v) Lt buoy C (26°48'∙30N 50°1O'∙20E) 300 301 SAUDI ARABIA (e) Vessels shall monitor VHF Chs 16 and 10 when underway in the approach channels to the Port of Ra's TannOrah, in the area of Ra's al Ju'aymah Crude Terminal and LPG Terminal, when underway in the Ra's TannOrah Channel south of Lt buoy A (26°56'∙20N 50
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12'∙60E), in the vicinity of Ra's TannOrah Terminal and in the anchorage areas of Ra's TannOrah Terminal (f) All vessels at anchor should maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 10 (g) Pilot boards as follows: (i) Ra's TannOrah Terminal: S of Lt buoy H (26°41'∙20N 50
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12'∙20E) as advised by Ra's TannOrah Port Control. Vessels in the tanker anchorage will be advised to move to a position 1∙5 n miles SE of the S end of Sea Islands dependent on weather and tidal conditions. (ii) Ra's al Ju'aymah Crude Terminal: W of Gharibah Bn (26°59'∙50N 50
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05'∙50E) (2) Vessels outward-bound: (a) Vessels of 150000 OWT and over, with a draught of 18∙28m or more, may request additional pilotage assistance to line up for the deep water departure channel. Such pilotage is compulsory for vessels with a draught of 20∙73m or more. Harbour pilot will remain on board until the vessel is aligned on a safe course for the departure channel. In certain cases it may be possible to arrange for the pilot to leave by helicopter. (b) Vessels should call Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Ch 13, lh before completion of loading. (c) Vessels departing Ra's TannOrah anchorage shall advise Ra's TannOrah Port Control on VHF Ch 10, 30 mins before weighing anchor. (d) Vessels shall monitor VHF Chs 16 and 13 after the pilot disembarks. (e) PiloVMooring Master normally disembarks by helicopter for vessels departing Ra's al Ju'aymah Crude Terminal. NOTE: A helicopter service is available for boarding/disembarking. Helicopters operate on VHF Chs 16; 1112 13 14. ARAMCO Terminal Planning Office LOCATION: A?, Zahran (Oahran) CONTACT DETAILS: Call: ARAMCO Terminal Planner VHF Frequency: Ch 131416; 121314 Telephone: +966(0)38746861 Telex: +495801220 SAIMXB SJ Port Authority Telephone: +966(0)36734252 Fax: +966(0)3 6731397 +966(0)36731669 HOURS: H24 RABIGH UNCTAD LOCODE: SA RAB Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal Pilots Telephone: +966(0)24254505 +966(0)2 4254507 Fax: +966(0)24254502 Port Control Call: Rabigh Port Control 22°44'N 39°00'E VHF Frequency: Ch 16 66A; 01 03 09 15 16 18A 19A 65A 66A 78A 79A Terminal Telephone: +966(0)2 4223200 Fax: +966(0)24221794 +966(0)24223136 E-mail: rab-telex@aramco.com SAUDI ARABIA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels entering and leaving the port and is available H24. (2) For details of the port entry regulations see Admiralty Sailing Directions. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels bound for the terminal should send initial ETA as soon as orders are received to proceed to the terminal. (4) ETA should be confirmed 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (5) All ETA and related messages should be sent to the terminal via e-mail. (6) Pilot boards in position 2 n miles west of buoy No 15. Vessels should not proceed east of this position without a Pilot. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Saudi Aramco. SAUDI ARABIA∙ SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SSRS) Saudi Ship Reporting System (SSRS) DESCRIPTION: The Saudi Ship Reporting System (SSRS) is a voluntary service for vessels in the Red Sea. CONTACT DETAILS: Jeddah CRS Call: Jeddah Radio Telex: +495603799 RDJD SJ E-mail: jeddahradio@stc.com.sa REQUIREMENT FOR MESSAGES: Vessels are requested to report every H24 between 0700-0730 or 1900-1930 UTC to the Saudi Ship Reporting System (SSRS), Jeddah CRS. FORM OF MESSAGES: NVessel's name/Call sign/Vessel's FlagNessel's cargo// B/Date and time (UT) of reportl/ C/
Latitude/Longitude/! E/Course/! F/Speed/! G/Port of departure(name of last port of call)/! I/Port of destinationlLatitude/Longitude/ETNI KlPort of arrival/Latitude/LongitudelTime of arrival/! URoute// M/Details of frequencies guardedl/ V/
Medical resources/! XlRemarkS// Y/RemarkS// ZlCrew nationality and number// TRANSMISSION OF MESSAGES: Reports should be sent to Jeddah CRS by telex or e-mail, addressed Saudi Ship Reporting System (SSRS), Jeddah. YANBU' AL BAtfR UNCTAD LOCODE: SA YNB See diagram MINA' AL MALlK FAHD REPORTING SYSTEM. Pilots and Pori AREA: The Compulsory Pilotage Area limits are defined as follows: 24°04'N 38°03'E (1) N limit: a line from Shi'b Ash-Sharm (Schermo) Bn (24°03'∙00N 37"51"50E) bearing 065° to the coast (24°06'∙70N 37°59'∙30E) (2) S limit: a line from Lt buoy S10 (23°49'∙10N 38°17'∙80E) bearing 044° to the coast (23°52'∙60N 38°21'∙60E) 302 30' 24° 50' w 8 40' 40' ALI
K FAHD MINA' AL M REPORTING SYSTEM . n Scheme -Traffic Separatlo Port Limits , Channel limits 50' Yanbu' al Ba~r '" Shi'b as Sab'ah "" Mansi ;:::~ N04 1 38° I 10' 10' 20' t Yanbu' as Sina'iyah Madfna I Cargo and Gener~er Terminal con ~~rt Control ~ \ \ \ \ \ \-u \?,. \C ~ \~, \~~ f-
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Shi'b as SU(lam *No44 \ \ \ \ \ 30' 24° 50' 40' SAUDI ARABIA CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Port Control Call: Yanbu' Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 10 11 12 13 1467 68 71 73 RT Frequency (kHz): 2025 2182 Port Authority Telephone: +966(0)43222100 Fax: +966(0)43227643 Telex: +495661005 PORT SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa/yanbuflndex.htm HOURS: 2025 kHz: 0700-0800 1000-1100 1400-1500 2182 kHz: 0600-0700 0800-0900 1100-1200 Ch 16: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Vessels should send ETA at the outer pilot boarding position and await instructions from Mina al Malik Fahd (King Fahd Port) before proceeding to the Inner pilot boarding position. (3) The pilot normally boards and disembarks at the Inner pilot boarding position. Pilot will board at the outer pilot boarding position if arranged well in advance. Pilot boarding and disembarking is at the discretion of the pilot. (4) Pilot boards as follows: (a) Northern Entrance: (i) Outer: in position 24°02'∙00N 37"44'∙00E (ii) Inner: in position 24°05'∙00N 37°55'∙00E (b) Southern Entrance: (i) Outer: in position 23°26'∙60N 38°27'∙20E (ii) Inner: in position: 23°50'∙00N 38°19'∙00E OTHER PORT IN THE AREA: Mina' al Malik Fahd (King Fahd Port) UNCTAD LOCODE: SA KFH See diagram MiNA' AL MALlK FAHD REPORTING SYSTEM (YANBU' AL BA~R section). Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by YANBU' AL BA~R. PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory for the following: (1) Northern Entrance: Vessels of 300 GT and over. (2) Southern Entrance: All vessels. Port Operations AREA: The port limit comprises a line joining the following positions: (1) 24°03'∙50N 38°05'∙50E (2) 24°03'∙50N 38°02'∙00E (3) 24°07'-00N 37"53'∙67E (4) 24°07'∙00N 37"45'∙00E (5) 24°01'∙50N 37"45'∙00E (6) 23°50'∙00N 38°12'∙00E (7) 23°25'∙00N 38°20'∙00E (8) 23°25'∙00N 38°40'∙00E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: King Fahd Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1174 Telephone: +966(0)43967177 +966(0)43967188 Fax: +966(0)43967037 Telex: +495662364 KFPYB SJ +495662365 YANBU SJ Website: www.ports.gov.sa/kfipy/index.htm HrMr Telephone: +966(0)43967171 Telex: +495662360 PORTCT SJ Pilotage & Berthing Operations VHF Frequency: Ch 67 69 71 73 304 305 SAUDI ARABIA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 10 days, 48h and 24h in advance. Any subsequent changes of more than 2h should be notified. (2) ETA should be confirmed on VHF when within range. (3) Permission to enter the port should be obtained from Port Control. (4) Vessels calling at the Yanbu' Petromin Refinery (Pemref) Terminal (23' 55' ∙OON 38' 17' ∙OOE) for the first time are requested to use the standard pre-arrival telex procedures (as supplied by Pemref). Notice of arrival will be accepted directly by telex or telephone only if submitted 6h before arrival at the Pilot Station. NOTE: Address all telexes to: Director KFIP, +495 662364 KFPYB SJ or +495 662365 YANBU SJ with copy to: Control Tower KFIP, Yanbu, +495 662360 PORTCT SJ. REPORTING POINTS: Within the port limits, vessels should report to Port Control when passing the following Reporting Points: Name Description/Position NORTHERN ENTRANCE: A N of Schermo Reef Lt B Abeam Umm al NukOth Lt (24'OI'AON 38'02'∙20E) C NE of No 5 Lt buoy (23'56'∙50N 38'06'∙50E) D NE of No 9 Lt buoy (23'54"20N 38'1O'∙90E) SOUTHERN ENTRANCE: S, northbound 23'26'∙60N 38'27'∙80E S, southbound 23'26'∙80N 38'26'∙20E SI, northbound 23'34'∙10N 38'30'∙00E SI, southbound 23'36'∙10N 38'28'∙10E S2, northbound 23'46'∙10N 38'24'∙10E 52, southbound 23'46'∙00N 38'22'∙90E CZS, northbound 23'52'∙24N 38'16'∙55E CZS, southbound 23'51'∙75N 38'16'∙10E INFORMATION SERVICE: Available on request, comprising navigational information, wind and visibility reports, and shipping movements, within the port area. ACCIDENT PROCEDURES: (1) In the event of a major incident "Port Emergency" will be announced by the Hr Mr on VHF. (2) Vessels should then maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF until the Hr Mr broadcasts end of "Port Emergency". Saudi Aramco Crude Oil, LPG and Refinery Terminals CONTACT DETAILS: Crude Oil and LPG Terminals E-mail: g-ygt-telex@aramco.com Yanbu Refinery Terminal E-mail: g-yan-telex@aramco.com PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessel's bound for Aramco Terminals should send initial ETA as soon as orders are received to proceed to the terminals. (
2) ETA should be confirmed 72h, 48 and 24h prior to arrival. (3) All ETA and related messages should be sent to the terminals via e-mail. DAKAR UNCTAD LOCODE: SN DKR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Pilotage Dakar Pilots Dakar VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +221 338494545 ex! 4329 +221 338497907 SENEGAL 14°41'N 17°25'W SENEGAL HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 1500m
3 and over, and is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilots 24h in advance. Confirmation should be sent 2h, 1 hand 20 mins before arrival. (3) Pilot boards in position W41'∙05N 17"23'∙41W (0∙3 n miles NNE of North Lt buoy No 12). NOTE: Provides pilotage for KAOLACK and ZIGUINCHOR. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +221 338494545 +221 338497906 Fax: +221 338233606 E-mail: pad@portdakar.sn Website: www.portdakar.sn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (2) Messages should include: (a) Details of cargo to discharge (b) Draught on arrival (c) Expected draught on departure (d) Last port of call (e) Next pert of call (f) Declaration of dangerous substances carried if any (g) Request for authorization to load/unload. KAOLACK UNCTAD LOCODE: SN KLC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 1630 2586 Telephone: +221 339411915 HOURS: 0815-0830 1415-1430 1715-1730 LT PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in the following positions: (1) 13°50'∙00N 16°50'∙30W (in the vicinity of Saloum Lt buoy) (2) 13°47'∙00N 16°47'∙00W (at the entrance to the channel) NOTE: Pilotage is provided by DAKAR. SAINT∙LOUIS UNCTAD LOCODE: SN XLS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Telephone: +221 338494545 Hr Mr Telephone: +221 339611434 PROCEDURE: 14°08'N 16°04'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all shallow draught vessels able to access the port. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels must request pilots 48h in advance by telephone, by RT via ZIGUINCHOR, or via the river pilots office. (
3) The river entrance is only open 2h daily during the afternoon hours. 306 307 ZIGUINCHOR UNCTAD LOCODE: SN ZIG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 163021823168 HOURS: 0835-0850 1135-1150 1735-1750 LT PROCEDURE: SENEGAL 12°35'N 16°16'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 150 GT and over, except for vessels exempted by law. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilot through the agent as follows: (a) 48h before ETA if using pilot boarding point off Pointe Djogue (b) 24h before ETA if using pilot boarding point at Dakar (3) Pi I ot boa rd s in the following positions: (a) In the vicinity of North Lt buoy No 12 (14°40'∙62N 17"23'∙46W) (see DAKAR) (b) 12°36'∙00N 16°54'AOW (in the vicinity of Casamance Lt buoy) (c) 12°32'∙80N 16°49'∙90W (at the entrance to the channel) NOTE: Due to the constant changing of depths in the Riviere Casamance, transit without a pilot should not be attempted. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Transport Security Division (TRANSEC). Telephone: +248 226125 Fax: +248 226125 Mobile: +248 722733 E-mail: pfso@seychellesports.sc PORT VICTORIA, Mahe UNCTAD LOCODE: SC pov Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Victoria Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 12 Telephone: +248 224701 Fax: +248 224004 E-mail: portcontrol@seychellesports.sc enquiries@seychellesports.sc Website: www.spa.sc Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 17 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SEYCHELLES 4°38'S 55°28'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory in the Inner and Outer Harbours for all vessels over 150 GT and is normally available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA, length, draught and request for pilot 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should send last ports of call to the Hr Mr 24h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot boards 0∙6 n miles W of northern extremity of S. Anne I. Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Victoria Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 REPORTING POINTS: Vessels inward-bound and outward-bound are to report to Victoria Port Control on VHF Ch 12 on passing the following Reporting Points: (1) North Reporting Point (4° 23'∙00S 55°29'∙00E) (2) South Reporting Point (4°40'∙00S 55°37'∙00E) SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS A LIST OF SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA, including Persian Gulf See diagram SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA (Including Persian Gulf). Ship Reporting Systems SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS FEATURED IN THIS VOLUME: Geographic Area & System Type Entry FRANCE (Mediterranean SURNAV Mandatory for vessels Coast), SURNAV carrying dangerous cargo GEORGIA, SHIP GEOREP Mandatory lor all REPORTING SYSTEM vessels ISRAEL, SHIP Mandatory lor all REPORTING SYSTEM vessels LIBYA, SHIP Mandatory for all REPORTING SYSTEM vessels REUNION, SURNAV Mandatory for vessels (REUNION AND SURNAV SOUTHERN OCEAN) carrying dangerous cargo SAUDI ARABIA, SAUDI SHIP REPORTING SSRS Voluntary SYSTEM Mandatory for oil SHIP REPORTING tankers of 150 GT and SYSTEMS, ADRIATIC ADRIREP over and all vessels of SEA 300 GT and over carrying dangerous or polluting goods SHIP REPORTING AMVER Voluntary SYSTEMS, AMVER SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, FRANCE Mandatory for all AND ITALY, BONIFACIO BONIFREP STRAIT REPORTING vessels SYSTEM SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, GULF Voluntary OF ADEN AND APPROACHES SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, MIDDLE EAST -
MERCHANT Voluntary NAVY VOLUNTARY REPORTING SCHEME SHIP REPORTING Mandatory for vessels SYSTEMS, STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR GIBREP of 50m LOA and over, and REPORTING SYSTEM other specified vessels SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICAN MARITIME SAMSA Mandatory for specified SAFETY AUTHORITY vessels REPORTING SYSTEM SOUTH AFRICA, SHIP SAFREP Voluntary REPORTING SYSTEM TURKEY, TURKISH Mandatory for all STRAITS YTS AND TUBRAP vessels carrying REPORTING SYSTEM dangerous cargo and all vessels over 500 GT 308 20∙ 10∙W 10∙E 40∙ 30∙ 20∙ 10∙N O∙ I AMVER I lO∙S 20∙ 30∙ 40∙ 50∙ 60∙ 70∙ ~ 20∙ 10∙W O∙ 10∙E 20∙ 30∙ 50∙ 60∙ Italian Automated Search and Rescue System (ARES) Gulf of Aden and Approaches Voluntary Reporting System Merchant Vessel Voluntary Reporting Scheme 70∙ 40∙ 30∙ 10∙N O∙ 10∙S 20∙ I AMVER I SAFREP (South Africa) o 20∙ 30∙ 309 ® SURNAV (Reunion) SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA (Including Persian Gulf) 40∙ 50∙ 60∙ 30∙ 40∙ ~ 50∙ 60∙ 70∙ < .Q! to> U; :z: 'ii :D m " < § ~ 15 <0 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP) 43°27'N 15°14'E See diagram ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM. Reporting System (ADRIREP) AREA: The operational area covers the whole Adriatic Sea N of 40 ° 25' ∙OON. DESCRIPTION: (1) ADRIATIC TRAFFIC (ADRIREP) is a Mandatory Reporting System under SOlAS Regulation V/ll for the following: (a) Oil tankers of 150 GT and above (b) All vessels of 300 GT and above, carrying dangerous or polluting goods in bulk or in packages (2) "Dangerous goods" means goods classified in the IMDG Code, in Chapter 17 of the IBC Code and in Chapter 19 of the IGC Code. (3) "Polluting goods" means oils as defined in MARPOL Annex I, noxious liquid substances as defined in MARPOL Annex 11, harmful substances as defined in MARPOL Annex Ill). SECTORS: The area is divided into 5 sectors, each of them assigned to a competent authority. Sec Southern Northern Competent VHF Border Border Authority Channel 1 40025'∙00N 41°30'∙00N Brindisi Coast Guard Chl0 (Italy) 2 41°30'∙00N 42°00'∙00N Bar MRCC Ch12 (Montenegro) 3 42°00'∙00N 43°20'∙00N Rijeka MRCC (Croatia) 4 43°20'∙OON 44°30'∙00N Ancona MRSC (Italy) Chl0 Coastline Venezia MRSC (Italy) 5 44°30'∙OON Coastline Trieste MRSC (Italy) Coastline KoperMRCC Ch12 (Slovenia) REPORTING: (1) ADRIATIC TRAFFIC is based on VHF voice communications. (2) The call to the appropriate shore-based authority should be made on the VHF Channel assigned to the sector in which the vessel is located. (3) Vessels unable to report using VHF Chs 10 and 12, should report by any other available communication method (MF, HF or Satellite Communication). (4) The language used for communications shall be English. PROCEDURE: (1) Vessels North-bound: (a) Vessels shall transmit the first report to the competent shore-based authority of the interested sector when: (i) entering the Adriatic Sea by crossing the latitude 40 ° 25' ∙OON (ii) entering the Adriatic Sea by leaving a port inside the area covered by the system (b) Vessels shall transmit a position report to the competent shore-based authority when: (i) entering a new sector by crossing the southern borderline (ii) entering the port of destination in the area covered by the system (2) Vessels South∙bound: (a) Vessels shall transmit the first report to the competent shore-based authority of the interested sector when leaving a port inside the area covered by the system. (b) The shore-based authority to whom the first report shall be transmitted is that of the Country of the port the vessel is leaving. (c) The recipient of the report will inform the maritime authority of the vessel's destination (if in the area covered by the system), Brindisi Coast Guard and the other shore-based authorities in between, if any. (d) The vessel shall transmit the position reports to the competent shore-based authorities when: (i) entering a new sector by crossing the northern border (ii) entering the port of destination in the area covered by the system (3) Vessels crossing the Adriatic Sea: Vessels shall send a pOSition report to the closest shore-based authority of the country the vessel is leaving, who shall inform the maritime authority of the port of destination. 310 13° 44° Ancona ITALY 41° 40° 13° SLOVENIA Sector 4 VHF Ch 10 Pescara 14° 15° 16° 17" C r++++++ ~""'+Jr'JC. .. ~ CROATIA 'xx,,\ \ " ~ 18° 19° ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM Limits of Sector ++++++ International Boundary \. BOSNIA-
HERZEGOVINA Sector 3 VHF Ch 10 311 ''0'' .,. Bari \ \" + ... I Sector 2 VHF Ch 12 Brindisi Sector 1 VHF Ch 10 45° 44° 43° 42° 40° SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (4) Special cases: (a) Vessels north-bound or soulh-bound entering Sector 5, shall transmit the report to one 01 the competent authorities according to where the vessel is going 10 or coming from. (b) Vessels south-bound crossing latilude 40025'∙OON and either departing Sector I or Ihe area covered by the system, shall transmit an additional final position report to Brindisi Coast Guard. (5) First Report: The Firsl Report shall contain the following information∙ ID Message Identifier ADRIREP Type of Report 01lFR (first report) A Vessel Name, call sign, IMO identification number, flag B Dateitime (UTC) 6 digit group giving date, hours and minutes 4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and C Present position minutes suffixed with N or S and a 5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and minutes suffixed with E or W E Course 3 digil group giving course in degrees F Speed 3 digit group giving speed in knots G Departure Port of departure I Destination and ETA ETA in UTC followed by port of destination N ETA at next check point 6 digit date/time group followed by the parallel of the check point 0 Draught of vessel 4 digit group in metres and centimetres The general category of hazardous cargo as P Cargo information defined by the IMDG, IBC, IGC Codes and MARPOL Annex I T Agenl Vessel's representative and/or owner available on 24h basis U Size and type Type, DWT, GT and LOA in metres W Total number of persons The total number of crew and other persons on board on board X Miscellaneous Any other relevant information NOTE: In accordance with the provisions of SOLAS and MARPOL Conventions, vessels shall also report information on any defect, damage, deficiency or limitations as well as any information related to pollution incident or loss of cargo. (6) Position Report / Final Report: The Position Report and Final Report shall contain the following information: ID Message Identifier ADRIREP Ol/PR (position report) Type of Report 02JPR 03/PR ER (final report) A Vessel Name, call sign, IMO identification number and flag B Date/time (UTC) 6 digit group giving date, hours and minutes 4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and C Present position minutes suffixed with N or S and a 5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and minutes suffixed with E or W E Course 3 digit group giving course in degrees F Speed 3 digit group giving speed in knots G Departure Port of departure I Destination and ETA ETA in UTC followed by port of destination N ETA at next check point 6 digit date/time group followed by the parallel of the check point --
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43'N 74°00'W The AMVER Organisation (Automated Mutual-assistance VEssel Rescue System) CONTACT DETAILS: AMVER Reports Telex: +230127594 AMVER NYK E-mail: amvermsg@amver.org amvermsg@amver.com AMVER Reporting Information Requests Telephone: +1 2126687764 Fax: +1 212 6687684 E-mail: amverinfo@dl.uscg.mil Website: www.amver.com NOAA SEAS Software Requests Telephone: +1 301 8387800 + 1 800 6857898 (Free within USA) E-mail: customer.care@telenor.com Website: http://seas.amverseas.noaa.gov/seas USCG Operations Systems Center (OSC). Martinsburg. WV Fax: + 1 304 2642505 DESCRIPTION: (1) The AMVER system, operated by the United States Coast Guard (USCG), is a maritime mutual assistance organisation which provides important aid to the development and co-ordination of Search and Rescue (SAR) efforts in many offshore areas of the world. Merchant vessels of all nations making offshore voyages are encouraged to send movement reports and periodic position reports to the USCG Operations Systems Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia, through selected radio stations or Inmarsat. Information from these reports is entered into a computer which generates and maintains dead reckoning positions for vessels while they are within the plotting area. Characteristics of vessels which are valuable for determining SAR capability are also entered into the computer from available sources of information. Appropriate information concerning the predicted location and SAR characteristics of each vessel known to be within the area of interest, is made available upon request to recognised SAR agencies of any nation, or person in distress, for use during an emergency. Predicted locations are only disclosed for reasons connected with maritime safety. (2) In case of emergencies, all distress messages must be sent to the nearest RCC, NOT the AMVER Center. AMVER PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS: (1) AMVER is a worldwide voluntary vessel reporting system operated by the USCG to promote safety of life and property at sea. Amver's mission is to quickly provide Search And Rescue (SAR) authorities, on demand, accurate information on the position and characteristics of vessels near a reported distress. Any merchant vessel on a voyage of greater than 24 hours to anywhere on the globe is welcome to participate in AMVER. In general, international participation is voluntary regardless of owner's nalionality or vessel's flag, voyage origin, or ports of call. (2) According to U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAO) regulations, the following vessels must report and regularly update their voyages and positions to the AMVER Center: (a) United States flag merchant vessels of 1000 GT or more, operating in foreign commerce. (b) Foreign flag vessels of 1000 GT or more, for which an Interim War Risk Insurance Binder has been issued under the provisions of Title XII, Merchant Marine Act, 1936. SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (3) In accordance with Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Ch. 1, Sec 80.905, United States vessels which transport more than six passengers for hire, operated more than 200 n miles from the nearest land must participate in the AMVER system while engaged on any voyage where the vessel is navigated in the open sea for more than 24 hours: (4) Information voluntarily provided by vessels to AMVER is kept strictly confidential, and is protected by the Coast Guard. It will be released only for safety purposes. (5) AMVER's greatest use is in providing SURface PICtures, or SURPICs, to Rescue Co-ordination Centres (RCCs). A SURPIC either lists latitudeilongitude or provides a graphical display of vessels near the position of a distress. It is used by RCCs to co-
ordinate the efforts of merchant vessels and other resources to provide the best and most timely assistance possible to distressed vessels or persons at sea. WHAT AND WHEN TO REPORT TO AMVER: (1) The following reports should be sent: (a) Sailing Plan, containing complete routeing information, should be sent within a few hours before, upon, or within a few hours after departure. (b) Position Report should be sent within 24 hours of departure, and subsequently at least every 48 hours until arrival. The destination should also be included in Position Reports. (c) Deviation Report should be sent as soon as any voyage information changes which could affect AMVER's ability to accurately predict the vessel's position. Changes in course or speed due to weather, ice, change in destination, or any other deviations more than 25 n miles from the original Sailing Plan should be reported as soon as possible. (d) Arrival Report should be sent upon arrival at the port of destination. (2) At the discretion of the Master, reports may be sent more frequently than the above schedule; for example, in heavy weather or under other adverse conditions. (3) AMVER also needs information that describes communications equipment, Inmarsat numbers, radio watch schedule, medical personnel on board, and so forth. This information is collected separately, retained in the automatic data processing system, periodically validated, and used only for search and rescue purposes. COMMUNICATION METHODS FOR FILING AMVER REPORTS: (1) The following methods are recommended for ships to transmit AMVER reports: (a) Electronic mail (e-mail): (i) If a ship already has an inexpensive means of sending e-mail to an internet address, this is a preferred method. E-mail may be sent via satellite or via HF radio, depending on the ship's equipment and arrangements with communications providers ashore. Ships must be equipped with a personal computer, an interface between the computer and the ship's communications equipment, and the appropriate software. (ii) The e-mail path on shore to the AMVER Center is essentially free, but the communications service provider may still charge from ship-to-shore (iii) Messages may be sent to amvermsg@amver.org or amvermsg@amver. corn (b) AMVERlSEAS "Compressed Message" (Inmarsat C via Telenor): (i) Ships equipped with an Inmarsat Standard C transceiver with floppy drive and capability to transmit a binary file (ship's GMDSS Inmarsat-C transceiver can be used); an IBM-compatible computer (not part of the ship's GMDSS System) with hard drive, 286 or better PC, VGA graphics; an interface between them; and the AMVERISEAS software (available free of charge from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA), may send combined AMVERlWeather observation messages free of charge via Telenor Land Earth Stations at: 001 Atlantic Ocean Region-West (AORW) -
Southbury 101 Atlantic Ocean Region-East (AORE) -
Southbury 201 Pacific Ocean Region (POR) -
Santa Paula 321 Indian Ocean Region (IOR) -
Aussaguel (ii) AMVER address: NOAA phone number entered in the "addressbook" (for further information on how to find the NOAA phone number and to correctly setup the addressbook, see the instruction sheet for your specific brand of Inmarsat C transceiver). (
iii) AMVERlSEAS software can be downloaded from the NOAA SEAS website or requested from: Telenor Satellite Services, Inc. 1101 Wootton Parkway Rockville, MD 20852 See CONTACT DETAILS. (c) HF Radiotelex: (i) AMVER reports may be filed via the HF radiotelex service of USCG Stations. (ii) Further information on how to send AMVER messages by this method is provided at the USCG Navigation Center, website: http://www.navcen. uscg.gov/cgcomms/call.htm 314 315 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (d) HF Radio: AMVER reports may also be filed by HF radio at no cost via USCG contractual agreement with the following companies: (i) Mobile Marine Radio (WlO -ShipCom Radio Network) (ii) Mobile (WCl) (iii) Marina Del Ray (KNN) (iv) Seattle (KlB) (e) Telex: AMVER reports may be filed via telex using either satellite (code 43) or HF radio. Ships must pay the tariffs for satellite communications. Telex is a preferred method when less costly methods are not available. (f) Fax: (i) AMVER reports may be faxed to the USCG Operations Systems Center (OSC), in Martinsburg, WV. (ii) In the event other communications media are unavailable or inaccessible, AMVER reports may be faxed directly to the AMVER Computer Center. However, this is the least desirable method of communications, since it involves manual input of information to the computer via electronic processing. (iii) Do not fax reports to the AMVER Maritime Relations Office in New York, since it is not staffed 24 x 7, and relay and processing of reports is delayed pending normal (Mon-Fri) business hours. (g) CW (Morse Code): Due to the decline in its usage, the number of coast stations supporting it, its high cost, potential for error, and the mandatory carriage of upgraded GMDSS communications capabilities, ships are discouraged from using this medium. (2) For more information regarding AMVER reporting contact: AMVER Maritime Relations Office USCG Battery Park Building 1 South Street New York NY 10004-1499 USA. See also CONTACT DETAilS. AMVER MESSAGE LINE DEFINITIONS: (1) The AMVER line: All AMVER reports must begin with the AMVER line. Report type is one of the following 2-letter codes: (a) SP -Sailing Plan (b) PR -
Position Report (c) OR -Deviation Report (d) FR -
Arrival (Final) Report Example: AMVERlreport Plpe// AMVERlPRI/ (2) The A line is required in all reports to identify the vessel submitting the report. Example: Alvessel name/Call signll AlSEA WOlF/KNFGII (3) The B line identifies the time associated with the position given in the C or G lines of the report. All times in B, I, K and l lines should be expressed in UTC as a 6-digit date-time group followed by the letters Z, GMT or UTC, and optionally by a 3-letter abbreviation for the month. Examples: BlTime/l B/230900z// B/
230900Z DEC/I B/230900GMT/I B/230900UTCII (4) The C line is used in Position and Deviation Reports to give the vessel's current position (as of the time given in the B line) in latitude and longitude. (a) latitudes are always expressed as a 4-digit group followed by N (North) or S (South). The first 2 digits are interpreted as degrees and the second 2 are interpreted as minutes. (b) longitudes are always expressed as a 5-digit group followed by E (East) or W (West). The first 3 digits are interpreted as degrees and the second 2 are interpreted as minutes. (c) It is important to use all digits every time, filling leading digit pOSitions with zeroes as needed, to ensure accurate interpretation of position information. (d) Position data may appear in the C, G, I and l lines. SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS Example: C/latitude/longitude!! C/4653N/02820W!! (5) The E line is used to report the vessel's current course (as of the time in the B line) in degrees true as a 3-digit number. Example: Elcurrent course!! El230!! (6) The F line is used to report the vessel's estimated average speed over the ground for the remainder of the voyage as a 3-digit number representing tenths of knots. This is a very important line to report as this speed is used for AMVER's dead reckoning computations unless a different speed is provided for a specific leg of a voyage (see L line). If no speed is given, AMVER will use an assumed speed. It is important to use all digits when specifying a speed to ensure accurate interpretation. Example: F/estimated average speed!! F/126!! (7) The G line is used to report the port of departure by name and position. It is important to give the position of the port as the name alone does not always uniquely identify the port. Example: Glport of departure/latitudenongitude!! GlLlVERPOOU5325N/00300W!! (8) The t Line is used to report the vessel's next port and ETA. As with the G line, it is important to include the port's position as well as its name. The ETA at the next port is also important, especially when a U.S. port is the destination. In all cases, the ETA is compared with AMVER's computed ETA as a check on the accuracy and consistency of all voyage route information. Example: I/destinationllatitudenongitude/ETN! I/NEW YORK US/4042N/07401 W/051230Z MAR!! (9) The K Line is used to report a vessel's actual arrival in the immediate vicinity of its destination. Example: K/port of arrivalnatitude/longitude/time of arrival/! KlYOKOHAMA JN3524N/13940E/152315Z11 (10)The L line is used to report route information. These lines are the most complex lines in an AMVER report but they are critical to the success of the AMVER system. Complete route information should be provided in all Sailing Plans and Deviation Reports. As many L lines as needed may be used to describe the vessel's intended route. However, detailed route information caused by manoeuvring over short distances near coasts should not be included. In these cases an approximate route using fewer turn points and the "COASTAL' navigation method should be provided. All L lines except the last one in the report require the navigation method to the next turn point, latitude and longitude of the next turn point, and the ETA at the next turn point. The final L line in a Sailing Plan requires only the navigation method from the last turn point to the destination. (a) Navigation Method: The navigation method is required on all L lines. It is the method used to get from the last specified position to the one specified in this L line. There are 3 types of navigation methods recognised by AMVER: (i) Rhumb Line (RL) (ii) Great Circle (GC) (iii) Coastal (COASTAL) (The "COASTAL' method should be used only to indicate when an approximate route near a coast is used in place of the many turn points required to describe the vessel's true track. However, enough turn points should be provided to keep AMVER's plot of the vessel's position within 25 n miles of the vessel's true position. The "COASTAL" method should never be used for major portions of a route). 316 317 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (b) Leg Speed: The leg speed is an optional item on L lines. It is the anticipated average speed over the ground on the leg which ends at the position given in the same L line. Leg speed should be used whenever the anticipated average speed on a leg is significantly different from the anticipated average speed for the voyage as reported in the F line. As a general rule, a difference of 1 knot or more should be considered significant. (c) Latitude: This is the latitude of the next turn point. It is required in all L lines except the last one in the report. (d) Longitude: This is the longitude of the next turn point. It is required in all L lines except the last one in the report. The final position in a route is assumed to be the port of destination. (e) Port or landmark name: This is an optional item in L lines. It should be used only when it will make the route easier to understand. It should not be used in place of a position. (D Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA): This is required in any L line where the vessel intends to lay over at the position given in the same L line. Examples: Unavigation method/leg/speed/latitude~ongitude/port or landmark name/ETNETDII URU125/2548N/0771 OW/ABACO/111200ZJI UGC/3600N/00600W/161430ZJI UCOASTAU2230N/07800W/OLD BAHAMA CHANNEU241745ZJI UGC/0857N/07934W/PANAMA CANAU211800ZJ221300ZJI URUI (final L line only) (11 )The M line is optional and is used to provide information on the best way to contact the vessel quickly in the event of a distress at sea. Examples: MIWSUNMNII (Coast Radio Stations monitored) MIINMARSAT 32341231011 (Inmarsat number) (12)The V line is an optional line used to report the medical capability aboard the vessel during the voyage. The codes used are: (a) NONE (no medically trained person onboard) (b) NURSE (if a trained nurse is onboard) (c) PA (if a physician's assistant or paramedic is onboard) (d) MD (if a medical doctor or physician is onboard) Examples: V Imedical personnel aboard this voyagell V/NONElI V/NURSElI VlMD/NURSElI (13)The X line is used for any English language amplifying comments or remarks the vessel may wish to send AMVER regarding its current voyage, e.g. change of vessel name, flag or owners etc. Examples: Xlremarksll XlSLOWED DUE TO HEAVY WEATHER/! XlPREVIOUSLY UNIQUE PIONEERlVRPD LLOYDS NR 722366311 XlNEXT REPORT AT 171200ZJI (14)The Y line is used to request relay of the AMVER report to certain other ship reporting systems, currently MAREP, JASREP, AUSREP and CHILREP. Examples: Y/
relay instructionsll Y/JASREPII (vessel requesting AMVER to relay the report to JASREP) Y/
JASREP/MAREPII (vessel requesting AMVER to relay the report to JASREP and MAREP) Y/AMVERlI (vessel reporting to another reporting system such as JASREP has requested relay of the report to AMVER) Y/AMVERlMAREPII (vessel reporting to another system has requested relay of the report to both AMVER and MAREP) SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (15) The Z line must be the last line in every AMVER report, as it is used by the AMVER computer to signal the end of the report. Example: Zlend of reporVl ZlEORII AMVER VOYAGE REPORT TYPES: (1) There are four types of AMVER Reports: Sailing Plan, Position, Deviation, and Arrival Reports. (2) Reporting Format: Each AMVER message consists of report lines. There are 15 types of lines. The first line in every report begins with the word "AMVER" followed by a slash (n, a two letter code identifying the report type, and ends with a double slash (In, Each remaining line begins with a specific letter followed by a slash (I) to identify the line type. The remainder of each line contains one or more data fields separated by single slashes (n. Each line ends with a double slash (In. All reports should end with an end-of-report line (Z line). (3) Reporting Data: AMVER participants need to be familiar with the four types of reports. Report identifiers are as follows: (a) AMVERlSPII denotes Sailing Plan. (b) AMVERlPRlI denotes Position Report. (c) AMVERlDRlI denotes Deviation Report. (d) AMVERlFRII denotes Arrival Report. (4) Examples of the above reports are as follows: (a) Sailing Plan: A Sailing Plan should be sent within a few hours before, upon, or within a few hours after departure. It must include enough information to predict the vessel's actual position within 25 n miles at any time during the voyage, assuming the Sailing Plan is followed exactly. Sailing Plans require A, B, E, F, G, I, land Z lines. The M, V, X and Y lines are optional (Y line is required for U.S. vessels). Example: AMVERlSPII NSEALAND MARINERlKGJFII B/240620Z MARlI El04511 F/09811 GITOKY0/3536N/13946E11 I/lOS ANGElES/3343N/11817W/031300Z APRIl URUI90/3448N113954E1NOJ IMASAKI/240850Zl1 UGC/210/4200N/18000E/280400Zl1 URU200/4200NI16000W/300030Zl1 UGC/188/3422N/12047W/030500Z APRIl URU16111 M/JCSII VINONElI XlNEXT REPORT 250800Zl1 Y/JASREP/MAREPII ZlEORlI (b) Position Report: A Position Report should be sent within 24 hours of departing port and at least once every 48 hours thereafter. The destination should be included, at least in the first few reports, in case AMVER has not received the Sailing Plan information. Position Reports require A, B, C, E, F and Z lines. The I line is strongly recommended. The M, X and Y lines are optional (Y line is required for U.S. flag vessels). Example: AMVERlPRlI NSEAlAND MARINERlKGJFII B/281330Zl I C/
4200N/17544WII El09011 F/20011 I/lOS ANGElES/3343N/11817W/031300Z APRIl MINMCII Y/
MAREPII ZlEORlI 318 319 S HIP RE PO RT I NG SYST EMS (c) Deviation Report: Deviation Reports should be sent whenever the vessel deviates significantly from its Sailing Plan. Other situations in which Deviation Reports should be sent include, but are not limited to: Change in destination, diverting to evacuate a sick or injured crew member, diverting to avoid heavy weather, any change of route (as, for example, change based on recommendations from a vessel routeing service), stopping to make repairs or await orders, change in anticipated average speed of one knot or more etc. Deviation Reports require the A, B, C, E, F and Z lines. The I and L lines are required if destination or route changes. The I line is always strongly recommended, even when not required. The M, X and Y lines are optional (Y line is required for U.S. vessels). Example: AMVERlDRII A/SEALAND MARINERlKGJFII B/291200Zl 1 C/4200N/16654WII El09011 F/17511 I/LOS ANGELES/3343N/12074W/040100Z APRil XlREDUCED SPEED DUE TO WEATHERlI Y/MAREPII ZlEORlI (d) Arrival Report: Arrival Reports should be sent upon arrival in the immediate vicinity of the destination port, such as at the sea buoy or pilot station. This report properly terminates the voyage in AMVER's computer and ensures the vessel will not appear on an AMVER SURPIC until its next voyage. Arrival Reports require the A, K and Z lines. The X and Y lines are optional (Y line is required for U.S. vessels). Example: AMVERlFRlI A/SEALAND MARINERlKGJFII KILOS ANGELES/3343N/12074W/032200Zl1 Y/MAREPII ZlEORlI COAST RADIO STATIONS ACCEPTING AMVER MESSAGES: (1) Stations which accept AMVER messages are listed in ALRS Volume 1; the listening and transmitting frequencies used, and whether the service is chargeable, are included in the service details of each station. (2) All AMVER messages should be addressed to the participating AMVER radio station to which the message is sent, "AMVER (name of station)" e.g., AMVER VALENTIA. (3) AMVER messages should be sent during regular watch-keeping periods. They are considered to comply with the U.S. regulations regarding notification of the Coast Guard Captain 24 hours before arrival at a port. (4) Detailed instructions in English and a number of other languages, are contained in the AMVER Users' Manual which may be obtained free of charge by downloading a copy of the manual from the AMVER website. FRANCE AND ITALY -
BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM (BONIFREP) See diagram BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM. Pilots NOTE: Pilotage is provided by AJACCIO (see FRANCE (Mediterranean Coast)). PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available on request H24. (2) Vessels should send request for pilot during office hours via e∙mail or fax 24h in advance. Reporting System (BONIFREP) LOCATION: Pertusato Naval Signal Station (Corse, France) & La Maddalena Coast Guard Station (Sardegna, Italy) AREA: Bonifacio Strait including the eastern and western approaches, within a circular area of 20 n miles radius, centred on Bonifacio (41 °23'∙40N 9°09'∙80E). 2S' 41° 20' 1S' go OS' Cap de Feno OS' Capo Testa (Chart 1213) 'It 10' SARDEGNA 10' 1S' 20' 1 1 1 2S' /~ 30' BONIFACIO STRAIT REPORTING SYSTEM Limits of Reporting System \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ I I ~ 1 1 1 1 30' 2S' 41° 20' 1S' 60/50/80 £OOA 0IOIf,IN08(£)g/l 321 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS DESCRIPTION: This is a Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation V/11. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bonifacio Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Reporting is mandatory for vessels of 300 GT and over. (2) Vessels should send their reports on entering the precautionary areas which are situated at each end of the two way route and at the convergence of East∙West traffic passing through the Bonifacio Strait with traffic crossing North-South, or when passing the lines joining the following points: (a) East Bound: (i) Cabo de Feno Lt, Corse (41 °23'∙60N 9°05'∙90E) (ii) The Western end of the North Limit of the two way route (41°19'∙IBN 9°06'∙51E) (iii) Cabo Testa Lt, Sardegna (41 °14'∙70N 9°0B'∙70E) (iv) The Western end of the South Limit of the two way route (41 ° 16' -75N 9°06'∙16E) (b) West Bound: (i) Pointe de Rondinara, Corse (41 °27'∙90N 9° 16'∙70E) (ii) The Eastern end of the North Limit of the two way route (4f022'∙55N 9°22'∙38E) (iii) Punta Galera, Sardegna (41 ° 14' ∙60N 9 ° 27' '60E) (iv) The Eastern end of the South Limit of the two way route (41°21'∙58N 9°23'∙30E) (3) Vessels should report on VHF Chs 10 or 16 on entering the area covered by the system. The report should include the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's name, call sign, flag, IMO number, MMSI Number B Time in UTC C Position (Latitude and Longitude), or D Position (Bearing and distance from a landmark) E Course F Speed 0 Draught P IMO cargo, category and quantity where appropriate Q/R Vessel defects or damage, anything affecting normal navigation X Any additional information if appropriate (4) In addition and in accordance with the provisions of SOLAS and MARPOL Conventions, vessels must report information on any defect, damage, deficiency or limitations as well as, if necessary, information relating to pollution incidents or loss of cargo. This information enables the system operators to broadcast safety messages to other vessels and to ensure effective tracking of the vessels concerned. (5) Bonifacio Traffic will provide information on navigational conditions and weather conditions. (6) Vessels must maintain a listening watch on VHF Chs 10 and 16. (7) It is requested that vessels transporting hydrocarbons, dangerous chemicals or substances likely to pollute the sea or coastline do not transit this Strait. It is prohibited for French and Italian registered vessels and to those navigating between two French ports that are transporting such cargoes to transit this area. NOTES: (1) In case of failure of the radio facilities of the Pertusato Signal Station, CROSS-
MED, which is the Mediterranean Regional Centre for Search and Rescue, should be contacted on VHF Ch 16. (2) Stations are equipped with radar. GULF OF ADEN AND APPROACHES -
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03'N 41 °32'E (1) In order to support the US and Multinational Task Groups in their surveillance and anti-terrorist operations in the Gulf of Aden and approaches, German Task Group 500.05 is tasked with providing shipping information and acting as a point of contact for merchant shipping. SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (2) Information will be forwarded to merchant shipping in this area E of 8ab-el-Mandeb and outside the territorial waters of Somalia for safe passage. (3) Provision of this information will assist in the compilation of an accurate shipping plot for the security of shipping by naval forces in the region, and will also reduce VHF traffic between merchant vessels and warships. CONTACT DETAILS: German Task Group 500.05 E-mail: ctg_500.05@arcor.de Website: www.scc-gluecksburg.de HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) All merchant shipping is invited to participate in this voluntary system to improve the reporting and exchange of information. Civil maritime authorities are strongly encouraged to support this service. (2) Shipping companies and merchant vessels are requested to report detailed information to the Task Group bye-mail or Inmarsat, stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name, call sign and IMO No. (b) General nature of cargo (3) Vessels intending to transit an area of operation westwards to the Red Sea and the Suez Canal are requested to provide the following information: (a) Position (b) ETD and name of the last port of call (c) ETA Suez Canal (4) Vessels intending to transit eastwards after passing the Suez Canal are requested to provide the following information: (a) Position (b) ETD Suez Canal (c) Next port of call (5) Further information and vessel data forms are available from the Task Group website. MIDDLE EAST∙ MERCHANT VESSEL VOLUNTARY REPORTING SCHEME Reporting Scheme AREA: This voluntary reporting scheme covers the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean N of 5 °00' ∙OOS, as well as the Arabian Gulf. CONTACT DETAILS: UK Maritime Trade Operations Telephone: +971 50 5523215 +971 50 5526007 Fax: +971 43065710 Telex: +51210473 E-mail: ukmtodubai@eim.ae HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Reporting: Merchant vessels of any flag or ownership are invited to report to the UK Maritime Trade Operations team in Dubai, on passing the following reporting points: (a) Suez (for vessels entering or leaving the area via the Red Sea) (b) Latitude 5°00'OOS (for vessels entering or leaving the area via the Indian Ocean) (c) Longitude 78°00'∙00E (for vessels entering or leaving the area via the Indian Ocean) (2) The initial report should contain the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Flag (d) IMO No (e) MMSI (n Inmarsat telephone number (including prefix) (g) Telex and fax number (h) E-mail address (i) Vessel's management company m Type of vessel (k) Current position and speed (I) itinerary in the area with waypoints and destination port(s) 322 323 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (3) Subsequently, vessels are requested to report their noon positions and speed, actual departure times and ETA at ports and destination when outward-bound from the defined area. (4) All times to be given in UTC and reports should preferably be sent bye-mail. STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR VESSEL TRAFFIC 35°54'N 5°36'W SERVICE (GIBREP) See diagram STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR (Tarifa) VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Vessel Traffic Service LOCATION: Tarifa Vessel Traffic Service (VTS): 36'OI'∙10N 5'34'∙80W. AREA: (1) The Reporting System covers the area between longitudes 5'58'∙00W and 5'15'∙00W. (2) This area includes the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Strait of Gibraltar and the designated Inshore Traffic Zones. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Tarifa Traffic Tarifa Trafico VHF Frequency: Ch 10 16; 10 Telephone: +34956684757 +34 956 684740 Fax: +34 956 680606 E-mail: tarifa@sasemar.es Information Broadcasts VHF Frequency: Ch 67 (On request) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This is a Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation V/11. The following categories of vessels are required to participate in the Reporting System: (a) All vessels of 50m LOA or more (b) All vessels regardless of length, carrying hazardous and/or potentially polluting cargo (c) Vessels engaged in towing or pushing another vessel where the combined length of the vessel and tow or pushed vessel is over 50m (d) Any category of vessel less than 50m LOA engaged in fishing within the Traffic Lane or the Separation Zone (e) Any category of vessel less than 50m LOA which is using the appropriate Traffic Lane or Separation Zone in order to avoid immediate danger (2) The report short title GIBREP, shall be made to Tarifa VTS Centre. (3) A vessel may elect, for reasons of commercial confidentiality, to communicate that section of the GIBREP ENTRY Report which provides information on cargo (line P) by non-verbal means prior to entering the system. (4) The Report from a vessel to the VTS should contain only information which is essential to achieve the objectives of the System: ID Information Required A Vessel's name and call sign. IMO Identification Number on request C Position (Latitude and Longitude), or D Bearing and distance from a landmark E Course F Speed G Last port of call I Next port of call P Hazardous cargo, IMO class or UN number and quantity Breakdown, damage and/or deficiencies affecting the structure, cargo Q/R or equipment of the vessel or any other circumstances affecting normal navigation, in accordance with the provisions of the SOLAS and MARPOL Conventions. (5) Vessels entering the area of coverage shall report to the Tarifa Traffic VTS when crossing the limits or when leaving ports or anchorages in the area. < 6° 50' 40' 30' 20' '" N STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR (Tarifa) j;! :0 VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE 'll < " " ---
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I 1 ....l 17\ I I Cl I I ---+> I I I * Pta. Almina I~ I lto t tie I ID .,. r a I I~ I InshOre I 50' I CD I 5C I 1 I I Cap Spartel "It CD MOROCCO I I Tanger. I 6° I 50' 40' 30' 20' I 324 325 SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS INFORMATION BROADCASTS: (1) Tarifa VTS broadcasts regular information regarding warnings to mariners and traffic, navigational and weather conditions in the area, in Spanish and English. (2) In addition to the general information stated above, Tarifa Traffic can provide a particular vessel with information regarding the vessel's position, course and speed or the identification of the traffic in the vicinity. The vessel should request this additional information. NOTES: (1) The shore-based authority is Tarifa VTS which forms part of the Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (Tarifa MRCC) which is also responsible for pollution control (see ALRS Volume 5). (2) Navtex Service is provided from the same Centre whose identification letter is G (see ALRS Volumes 3 and 5). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Sierra Leone Maritime Administration. Telephone: +232(0)22 221211 Fax: +232(0)22 221215 Mobile: +232(0)76 601805 E-mail: slma@sierratel.sl FREETOWN UNCTAD LOCODE: SL FNA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compUlsory. SIERRA LEONE (2) Pilot normally boards off Falcon Bridge Point (8'29'∙58N 13'13'∙95Wj, but will board at the Fairway Lt buoy if requested 24h in advance. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Freetown Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +232(0)22 250111 +232(0)22 250989 Fax: +232(0)22250616 Telex: +9983262 E-mail: sierraleoneports@yahoo.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA 48h prior to arrival. (2) ETA message should include the following information: (a) Cargo manifest (b) Vessel's particulars (c) Agent (d) Last port (e) Draught (f) ETA SLOVENIA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Interior -
Police. Telephone: 113 ETA MESSAGE: (1) All vessels calling at Slovenian harbours should send ETA and draught 7 days, 3 days and 48h before arrival, and confirm 24h before arrival. (2) Vessels carrying dangerous goods should send ETA and draught 48h before arrival to the Slovenian Maritime Directorate as follows: Telephone: +386(0)5 6632100 Fax: +386(0)5 6632102 Telegraph: URSP KOPER PILOTAGE: Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over entering or leaving Slovenian ports. ADRIATIC SEA REPORTING SYSTEM (ADRIREP): For details of the ADRIATIC TRAFFIC Mandatory Reporting System under SOLAS Regulation V/ll, see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS. EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002/59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (1) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels" are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table: PARTICIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int 326 --
327 KOPER UNCTAD lOCODE: SI KOP Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 Telephone: +386(0)56300160 E-mail: piloti.koper@siol.net Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 Telephone: +386(0)56656100 Fax: +386(0)56395020 E-mail: portkoper@luka-kp.si Website: www.luka-kp.si Hr Mr Telephone: +386(0)56632106 Fax: +386(0)5 6632110 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SLOVENIA 45°33'N 13°43'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT and is available H24. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in the vicinity of the Fairway Lt buoy (45'33'∙90N 13°42'∙30E). Tugs CONTACT DETAilS: VHF Frequency: Ch 08 Telephone: +386(0)56656318 +386(0)56656381 Fax: +386(0)5 6656318 HOURS: H24 NOTE: Tugs are operated by Adriatow d.o.o., Koper. BERBERA UNCTAD lOCODE: so BBO Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Port Control Call: Berbera Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 8220 Hr Mr Telephone: +2522446187 Port Manager Telephone: +2522446093 Port Authority Telephone: +2522740333 +252 8252268 +252 215011 0 Fax: +2522740224 +2522743301 E-mail: bpartadm@telesom.net ptport@telesom.net HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 200 GT. SOMALIA 10
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26'N 45°00'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send their ETA 48h in advance by cable to the agency/Port of Berbera who will inform the Port Authority. SOMALIA (3) Vessels should contact Berbera Port Control on 8220 kHz RT stating: (a) Vessel's name, Flag and call sign (b) Draught fore and aft (c) GT, NRT (d) Discharge tonnage and type (4) Pilot boards in the outer anchorage (0∙5-1 n mile SW of Tamara Lt) in good weather and in the inner anchorage in bad weather. EL MAAN UNCTAD LOCODE: so ELM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Benadir Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +2521646103 +252 1 220431 +2521 215747 Fax: +252 1 646107 E-mail: saacid@erols.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Pilot boards in the following positions: (1) Northern Approach: 2°11'∙83N 45°39'∙00E (2) Southern Approach: 2°06'∙00N 45°31'∙00E KISMAAYO (KISMAYU) UNCTAD LOCODE: SO KMU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kismaayo (Kismayu) Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: Pilots: HJ Port: 0700-1745 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 200 NRT. Berthing is HJ only. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 36h in advance to the agent at Muqdisho (Mogadishu) who will inform the pilot. (3) Pilot boards about 1 n mile SE of Seerbeenti (0°23'∙005 42°33'∙00E). MUQDISHO (MOGADISHU) UNCTAD LOCODE: SO MGQ Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 70 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 1670 HOURS: 0700-1200 LT PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 200 NRTand is available HJ. (
2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to the agents. (3) Vessels should contact Muqdisho (Mogadishu) Port Control on VHF Chs 16 and 70 stating: (a) Vessel's name, flag and call sign (b) Draught forward and aft (c) GT and NRT (d) Discharge tonnage and type (4) Pilot boards in the anchorage area (0-75 n miles from the breakwater entrance). 328 329 Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Muqdisho (Mogadishu) Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch t6 70 Telephone: +252 1 30081 +2521 30083 Telegraph: SOMPORT MOGADISHU PROCEDURE: SOMALIA Vessels will be assigned an anchorage or given berthing instructions by Muqdisho (Mogadishu) Port Control on VHF Chs 16 and 70. SOUTH AFRICA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) Cape Town. Telephone: +27(0)21 9383300 Fax: +27(0)21 9383309 E-mail: mrcc.ct@samsa.org.za ETA INFORMATION: (1) Vessels should send ETA at least 72h in advance (excluding Sun and public holidays) stating: (a) Vessel's draught (fore and aft), length and freeboard (b) Details of any dangerous cargo (c) Type and quantity of cargo to be shipped, landed or transhipped (d) Bunker and other requirements (e) Factors which may affect vessel's safe entry or berthing (f) If vessel is engaged in towing or salvage (if so further details will be required) (2) Vessels should send ETA to the appropriate Port Control on VHF Ch 16 when within 20 n miles of their destination. (3) All vessels at anchor within, or near, the limits of a South African port are required to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16. SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS (SAFREP AND SAMSA): For details see: (1) SOUTH AFRICA -
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SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAMSA) DURBAN UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA OUR See diagram DURBAN VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 13 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law. (2) Pilot boards in position 29°50'∙10S 31°04'∙90E (2 n miles NNE of harbour entrance). Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Radar and VHF Radio Stations are installed at the Port ControlNTS Centre to improve the navigational safety within the Port Control limits. Radar covers a radius of about 25 n miles offshore. DESCRIPTION: This VTS System is mandatory for the following vessels: (1) Vessels of 15m or more in length (2) Towing vessels where the tow is 15m or more in length, or the overall length of vessel and tow is 30m or more (3) Any passenger carrying vessels (4) All vessels carrying dangerous or pollutant cargoes 45' 30° DURBAN VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE Port Limits Reporting Line 31° 15' 45' 30° 31° 15' 330 331 CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Durban Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 Helicopters VHF Frequency: Ch 13 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SOUTH AFRICA (1) Vessels are required to report the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign, GT, LOA and draught (c) Position (d) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the VTS Zone (e) Destination (f) ETA at destination (g) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (h) ETD from a berth (i) ETA at a location requiring a report (such as a Reporting Point) U) Suitability of vessel for the transfer of Pilot by helicopter (2) The above information must be reported as follows, when: (a) Entering a VTS Zone: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before entering a VTS Zone, stating (a) -(g) in (1) above (b) Arriving at a Reporting Point (RP): On arrival at a Reporting Point, vessels must report (a), (c) and (i) in (1) above (c) Arriving at a Berth: As soon as practicable, after arrival, vessels must report (a) and (c) in (1) above (d) Departing a Berth: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to departing a berth, stating (a) -(c) and (e) -
(h) in (1) above (e) Immediately prior to departing a berth, vessels must report (a), (c) and (i) in (1) above (f) Vessel Manoeuvres: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to commencing any manoeuvre listed below, stating (a) and (c) in (1) above. Listed manoeuvres: (i) Compass adjustment (ii) The calibration and servicing of navigational aids (iii) A sea trial (iv) A dredging operation (v) The laying, picking up and servicing of a submarine cable or navigation mark (vi) Any other manoeuvre that may be detrimental to safe navigation (g) As soon as possible after the manoeuvre is completed, a description of the manoeuvre Gust completed) must be communicated to the VTS Centre (3) Incident Reports: Vessels should immediately report any of the following (stating (a) and (c) in (1) above): (a) An onboard fire, that may impair safe navigation (b) The involvement of the vessel in a collision, grounding or striking that may impair safe navigation (c) Any defect to the vessel's hull, main propulsion equipment, steering, radars, compasses, radio equipment, anchors or cables that may impair safe navigation (d) Any discharge or threat of discharge of a pollutant from the vessel (e) Another vessel in apparent difficulty (f) The presence of any other vessel which may impede the movement of other vessels (g) Any obstruction to navigation (h) Any aid to navigation that is functioning improperly, damaged, out of position or missing (i) The presence of any pollutant in the water U) Any weather condition that may impair safe navigation Note: Items (g), (h) and (i) need not be reported if the information has been previously reported by Notices to Mariners or Coastal Navigational Warnings. (4) VHF Equipment Faifure: In the event of VHF radio failure, the VTS Centre should be alerted as soon as possible, by sending a message through a Coast Radio Station (CRS), or another vessel, or by other means, stating that there is a failure, giving the vessel's position and destination. (5) Listening Watch: All vessels in South African waters are to maintain a constant listening watch on VHF Ch 16, unless in the area of the VTS System when the watch should be on VHF Ch 09. VHF Ch 16 should be monitored if a Dual Watch facility is available. SOUTH AFRICA (6) Navigational Safety Calls: Safety calls, stating vessel's name, position and intended course of action, are to be made on the frequency above, in the event of any of the following: (a) Risk of collision (b) A call from another vessel indicating that a close quarters situation is developing (c) Overtaking, or being overtaken, in a narrow channel (d) Doubt about another vessel's intentions (e) An obstruction or bend in the channel which may obscure approaching vessels (f) In restricted visibility, approaching charted routes or groups of vessels (g) If vessel is restricted in its ability to manoeuvre (h) Approaching dredgers and floating plant in restricted waters, which are not covered by a VTS System (i) Leaving a berth, anchorage, mooring area, etc. m Any other occasion when a call could contribute to safe navigation INFORMATION: The VTS will provide the vessel with up-to-date information on berthing arrangements, Pilots, Helicopter Services and relevant traffic movement in the area. REPORTING POINTS: (1) Radio Reporting Circles are established on a radius of 6 and 12 n miles from the Fairway Lt buoy centred on position 29°50'∙00S 31 °05'∙60E. (2) Vessels should call Durban Port Control on VHF Chs 09 or 16 at the following Reporting Points: (a) Vessels inward-bound: (i) 15 mins before crossing the 12 n mile Reporting Line (ii) When crossing the 12 n mile Reporting Line (iii) When crossing the 6 n mile Reporting Line (iv) When entering the harbour (b) Vessels outward-bound: (i) 15 mins before departure from the berth (ii) When departing the harbour (iii) When crossing the 6 n mile Reporting Line (iv) When crossing the 12 n mile Reporting Line NOTES: (1) All times should be given in Local Time (LT). (2) The System is linked to the Port Control and Administration Offices, MRCC, Pilot Station and Helicopter Service. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Port Captain Telephone: +27(0)313618799 Fax: +27(0)31 3375785 Port Manager Telephone: +27(0)31 3618838 Fax: +27(0)31 3618920 Bluff Signal Station RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Telephone: +27(0)314661251 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h in advance. OTHER STATION IN THE AREA: Durban Offshore Oil Berth UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA DUR Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details see DURBAN. Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Ndongeni Pentow Service VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 08 30000'530
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58'E 332 333 HOURS: 1 h prior to pilot boarding PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. SOUTH AFRICA (2) Vessels to report to Durban Port Control..as required 1n VTS. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h and 24h in advance and any subsequent changes, via vessels ag~nt. (4) Durban SBM is managed separately from Durban Port and only the vessels agent, service tug or SBM Pilot can give information regarding berthing. (5) Recommended anchoring position while awaiting berth is 2 to 3 n miles S of the SBM. (6) Pilot boards by helicopter and vessels should standby on Ch 13 for helicopter. (7) Pilot boards 2 n miles E of the SBM. EAST LONDON UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA ELS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Telephone: +27(0)43 7002142 Fax: +27(0)43 7002143 Port Captain Telephone: +27(0)437001200 Port Manager Telephone: +27(0)437002300 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: 0600∙2200 LT PROCEDURE: 33°02'S 27°55'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards 2∙2 n miles ENE of S Breakwater Lt. Reporting System REPORTING: Vessels inward-bound should report to Port Control as follows: (1) NE Approach: in position: 32'54'∙008 28'11'∙00E (2) SW Approach: in position: 33'14'∙00S 27'43'∙00E NOTES: (1) Land-effect may delay VHF contact with vessels close inshore. S of Ihe harbour. (2) Traffic and weather signals are broadcast on VHF by Port Control. MOSSEL BAY (MOSSELBAAI) UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA MZY Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Mossel Bay Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 Port Telephone: +27(0)446046271 Fax: +27(0)44 6046232 Hr Mr Telephone: +27(0)44 6046287 Fax: +27(0)44 6046278 PSO Telephone: +27(0)44 6046273 Fax: +27(0)44 6046232 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 11 12 SOUTH AFRICA HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compulsory except for vessels granted pilotage exemption by the National Port Authority in writing. (2) All vessels required to comply with IS PS regulations are required to send their pre-arrival notification to the MRCC Port Security Officer (PSO) 96h in advance of their arrival. (3) Notice of ETA: All foreign vessels including tankers bound for the Oil Terminal are required to send ETA at least 72h in advance of their arrival to the Hr Mr and make contact with the Port Control on VHF Ch 16 or 2182 kHz when within range. (4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Port: 2 n miles N of Cape S. Btaize Lt (34' 11' ∙OOS 22' 09' ∙OOE) (b) Oil Terminal: 2 n miles E of the CBM NOTE: Mossel Bay Port Control is available H24 for emergencies on VHF Ch 16 and reporting on VHF Ch 12. 1\1 c. Q t"R/\ " PORT ELIZABETH UNCTAD lOCODE: ZA PLZ See diagram PORT ELIZABETH VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Pilots Telephone: +27(0)41 5071908 Port Control Call: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Telephone: +27(0)41 5071909 +27(0)41 5071910 +27(0)415071911 (Emergency) Hr Mr (Port Captain) Telephone: +27(0)41 5071900 Port Manager Telephone: +27(0)41 5071710 Fax: +27(0)41 5852930 HOURS: Port: Mon-Fri: 0600-1800 LT Sat: 0600-1300 LT PROCEDURE: 33°58'525°39'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and draught 72h and 12h in advance. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA with Port Control when wijhin VHF range and when 16 n miles E of the breakwater (vessels approaching from the east) or 3∙5 n miles S of Cape Recife (vessels approaching from the west). (4) Pilot boards in the lollowing positions: (a) Port Elizabeth: 33°55'∙55S 25'40'∙90E b) Ngqura: 33'52'∙90S 25'42'∙80E Vessel Traffic Service DESCRIPTION: Radar and VHF Radio Stations are installed at both Port Elizabeth and Port of Ngqura Port Control Towers to improve the navigational safety within the Port Control Umits. Radar coverage extends to a radius of approximately 20 n miles offshore. CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Port Elizabeth Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This VTS System is mandatory for the following: (a) Vessels of 15m or more in length (b) Towing vessels where the tow is 15m or more in length or the overalllenglh of vessel and tow is of 30m or more (c) Any passenger vessels (9). All vessels carrying_ dangerous or pollutant cargoes 334 NGQURA 33°49'S 25
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~, .•. ~ .. \> Jahleell 50' 34' SOUTH AFRICA (2) Vessels are required to report the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign, GT, LOA and draught (c) Position (d) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) (e) Destination (f) ETA at destination (g) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any, vessel or object being towed or pushed (h) ETA at a location requiring a report (such as a Reporting Point) (i) ETD from a berth (3) The above information must be reported as follows, when: (a) Entering the TSS: Vessels must apply for traffic clearance to Port Elizabeth Port Control 15 mins before entering the TSS from seaward, stating (a) -(g) in (2) above (b) Arriving at a Reporting Point (RP): On arrival at a Reporting Point, vessels must report (a). (c) and (h) in (2) above (c) Arriving at a Berth: As soon as practicable, after arrival, vessels must report (a) and (c) in (2) above (d) Departing a Berth: Vessels must apply for traffic clearance 15 mins prior to departing a berth, stating (a) -(c) and (e) -(i) in (2) above (e) Immediately prior to departing a berth: Vessels mu si report (a). (c) and (h) in (2) above (f) Vessel Manoeuvres: Vessels must apply for traffic clearance 15 mins prior to commencing any manoeuvre listed below, stating (a) and (c) in (2) above. (i) Compass adjustment (H) The calibration and servicing of navigational aids (Hi) A sea trial (iv) A dredging operation (v) The laying, picking up and servicing of a submarine cable or navigation mark (vi) Any other manoeuvre that may be detrimental to safe navigation (g) On completion of the manoeuvre: A description of the manoeuvre must be communicated to the VTS Centre as soon as possible after the manoeuvre is completed. (4) Incident Reports: Vessels should immediately report any of the following (stating (a) and (c) in (2) above): (a) An onboard lire that may impair safe navigation (b) The involvement of the vessel in a collision, grounding or striking that may impair safe navigation (c) Any defect to the vessel's hull, main propulsion equipment, steering, radars, compasses, radio equipment, anchors or cables that may impair safe navigation (d) Any discharge or threat of discharge of a pollutant from Ihe vessel (e) Another vessel In apparent difficulty (f) The presence of any other vessel which may impede the movement of other vessels (g) Any obstruction to navigation (h) Any aid to navigation that is functioning improperly, damaged, out of position or missing (i) The presence of any pollutant in the water Ul Any weather condition that may impair safe navigation Note: Items (g), (h) and (i) need not be reported if the information has been previously reported by Notices to Mariners or Coastal Navigational Warnings. (5) VHF Equipment Failure: In the event of VHF radio failure, the VTS Centre should be alerted as soon as possible, by sending a message through a Coast Radio Station (CRS), or another vessel, or by other means, stating that there is a failure, giving the vessel's position and destination. (6) Listening Watch: All vessels in South African waters are to maintain a constant listening watch on VHF Ch 16, unless in the vicinity of the Port Elizabeth VTS System when the watch should be on VHF Ch 12, VHF Ch 16 should be monitored if a dual watch facility is available. (7) Navigational Salety Calls: Safety calls, stating vessel's name, position and intended course of action, are to be made on the frequency above, in the event of any of the following: (a) Risk of collision (b) A call from another vesset indicating that a close quarters situation is developing (c) Overtaking, or being overtaken, in a narrow channel (d) Doubt about another vessel's intentions (e) An obstruction or bend in the channel which may obscure approaching vessels (f) In restricted visibility, approaching charted routes or groups of vessels (g) If vessel is restricted in its ability to manoeuvre (h) Approaching dredgers and floating plant in restricted waters, which are not covered by a VTS System (i) Leaving a berth, anchorage, mooring area, etc 336 li\ Anv other occasion when a call coutd contribute to safe navigation 337 SO UT H A FR I CA REPORTING POINTS: Vessels should call Port Elizabeth Port Control on VHF Ch 12 at the following Reporting Points: (1) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Vessels approaching from the West or South∙ Reporting Point 1 Position When 15 mins from Reporting Point lA lA 1 34°01'∙75S 25°47'∙40E 2A J 33°56'∙25S 25°45'∙00E (b) Vessels approaching from the East: Reporting Point 1 Position When 15 mins from Reporting Point lB (approx crossing the 25°55'∙OOE meridian) lB 1 33°53'∙ooS 25°53'∙60E 2B 1 33°53'∙65S 25°45'∙80E (2) Vessels outward-bound: Vessels departing for the high seas∙ Reporting Point Position 15 mins before departure from a berth Immediately prior to departing from a berth 3 33°57'∙17S 25°38'-47E (Port Elizabeth Harbour) 4 33°49'∙40S 25°41'∙40E (Ngqura Harbour) 2A 33°56'∙60S 25°43'∙40E lA 34°01'∙75S 25°45'∙60E 2B 33°54'∙80S 25°45'∙20E lB 33°55'∙30S 25°53'∙60E (3) Inshore Routes: Vessels Inward-bound and outward-bound: Reporting Point Position lC 34 °01 '∙75S 25°43'∙70E 10 33°48'∙50S 25'50'∙50E 3 (outward-bound only) 33°57'∙17S 25°38'-47E (Port Elizabeth Harbour) 4 (outward-bound only) 33°49'∙40S 25°41'-40E (Ngqura Harbour) IINFORMATION: ∙The VTS Centres will provide vessels with up-to-date information on berthing I arrangements, pilots and relevant traffic movements in the areas of Port Elizabeth and Ngqura harbours. I NOTES: (1) All times should be given in Local Time (LT). (2) The VTS is linked to the Port Control, Administration Offices, MRCC, Pilot Station and the local CRS. PO RT NO LLOT H UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA NOL Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 13 Telephone:. +27(0)851 8655 Fax: +27(0)851 8655 HOURS: Mon-Fri: 0800-1600 LT (except publi~ holidays) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is not available. 29°15'816°52'E (2) Radio watch will be maintained outside the stated hours provided advance notice is given. NOTE: Port is operated by Trans Hex Operations (Pty) Ltd. I I I I i L ! r-
I ! SOUTH AFRICA RICHARDS BAY UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA RCB See diagram RICHARDS BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots NOTE: 28°48'S 32°05'E Pilotage is provided by means of a helicopter service with a pilot vessel on standby should the helicopter not be available. Vessels should call Richards Bay Port Control 3h prior to arrival to confirm ETA. CONTACT DETAILS: PV VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law and is available HJ. (2) Pilot boards 3 n miles SE of S breakwater Lt. Pilots Transported by Helicopter CONTACT DETAILS: Fax: +27(0)351 9053061 Telex: +95631119 PCRBH SA PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send their ETA message to the Port Captain 48h and 24h in advance as specified under Port PROCEDURE and also advise of the availability and position of the following facilities by fax or telex: (a) A landing area, or (b) A winching area only (2) The positions where pilot boarding will take place will be advised through radio by Port Control. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Radar and VHF Radio Stations are installed at the Port Control Office to improve the navigational safety within the Port Control Limits. Radar covers a radius of about 30 n miles offshore. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Richards Bay Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This VTS System is mandatory for the following: (a) Vessels of 15m or more in length (b) Towing vessels, where the tow is 15m or more in length, or the overall length of vessel and tow is of 30m or more (c) Any passenger carrying vessels (d) All vessels carrying dangerous or pollutant cargoes (2) Vessels are required to report the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign, GT, LOA and draught (c) Position (d) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the VTS Zone (e) Destination (f) ETA at destination (g) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (h) ETD from a berth (i) ETA at a location requiring a report (such as a Reporting Point) (3) The above information must be reported as follows, when: (a) Entering a VTS Zone: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before entering a VTS Zone, stating (a) -(g) in (1) above (b) Arriving at a Reporting Point (RP): On arrival at a Reporting POint, vessels must report (a), (c) and (i) in (1) above (c) Arriving at a Berth: As soon as practicable, after arrival, vessels must report (a) and (c) in (1) above (d) Departing a Berth: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to departing a berth, stating (a) -(c) and (e) -
(h) In (1) above (e) Immediately prior to departing a berth, vessels must report (a), (c) and (i) in (1) above 338 40' 50' 29° 28° 50' 50' RICHARDS BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE Port Limits Reporting Line Fairways/Channels 32° 10' , , , , 20' , , \ \ Durnford I / \ ~~ \ /~ , /~ " /oi:>t::' " ... "'«-'l~ " /~~o<:'-
" //,?o" .............. /~~ec:, '--___ ~ ____ --_-----........ \S~ 32° 10' 20' \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ 1 <@> I I I I I I I I I I I Cape S, Lucia 32°10' PLAN@ 32°06' 339 40' 50' 29° 28° 48' 28° 50' SOUTH AFRICA (f) Vessel Manoeuvres: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to commencing any manoeuvre listed below, stating (a) and (c) in (1) above. Listed manoeuvres: (i) Compass adjustment (ii) The calibration and servicing of navigational aids (iii) A sea trial (iv) A dredging operation (v) The laying, picking up and servicing of a submarine cable or navigation mark (vi) Any other manoeuvre that may be detrimental to safe navigation (g) As soon as possible after the manoeuvre is completed, a description of the manoeuvre Oust completed) must be communicated to the VTS Centre (4) Incident Reports: Vessels should immediately report any of the following (stating (a) and (c) in (1) above): (a) An onboard fire, that may impair safe navigation (b) The involvement of the vessel in a collision, grounding or striking that may impair safe navigation (c) Any defect to the vessel's hull, main propulsion equipment, steering, radars, compasses, radio equipment, anchors or cables that may impair safe navigation (d) Any discharge or threat of discharge of a pollutant from the vessel (e) Another vessel in apparent diHiculty (f) The presence of any other vessel which may impede the movement of other vessels (g) Any obstruction to navigation (h) Any aid to navigation that is functioning improperly, damaged, out of position or missing (i) The presence of any pollutant in the water U) Any weather condition that may impair safe navigation Note: Items (g), (h) and (i) need not be reported if the information has been previously reported by Notices to Mariners or Coastal Navigational Warnings. (5) VHF Equipment Failure: In the event of VHF radio failure, the VTS Centre should be alerted as soon as possible, by sending a message through a Coast Radio Station (CRS), or another vessel, or by other means, stating that there is a failure, giving the vessel's position and destination. (6) listening Watch: All vessels in South African waters are to maintain a constant listening watch on VHF Ch 16, unless in the area of the VTS System when the watch should be on VHF Ch 12. VHF Ch 16 should be monitored if a dual watch facility is available. (7) Navigational Safety Calls: Safety calls, stating vessel's name, position and intended course of action, are to be made on the frequency above, in the event of any of the following: (a) Risk of collision (b) A call from another vessel indicating that a close quarters situation is developing (c) Overtaking, or being overtaken, in a narrow channel (d) Doubt about another vessel's intentions (e) An obstruction or bend in the channel which may obscure approaching vessels (f) In restricted visibility, approaching charted routes or groups of vessels (g) If vessel is restricted in its ability to manoeuvre (h) Approaching dredgers and floating plant in restricted waters, which are not covered by a VTS System (i) Leaving a berth, anchorage, mooring area, etc U) Any other occasion when a call could contribute to safe navigation REPORTING POINTS: Vessels should call Richards Bay Port Control on VHF Ch 12 at the following Reporting Points: (1) Vessels inward-bound: Reporting Point Position 15 mins before crossing the 15 n miles Reporting Line 1 When crossing the 15 n miles Reporting Line 2 When crossing the 6 n miles Reporting Line 3 When entering the Deep Water (OW) Route (4 n miles from the South Breakwater Lt) 4 When passing the South Breakwater Lt 340 341 SOUTH AFRICA (2) Vessels outward-bound: Reporting Point Position 15 mins before departure from a berth 4 When passing the South Breakwater Lt 3 When leaving the Deep Water (OW) Route (4 n miles from the South Breakwater Lt) 2 When crossing the 6 n miles Reporting Line 1 When crossing the 15 n miles Reporting Line INFORMATION: The VTS will provide the vessel with up to date information on berthing arrangements, Pilots, Helicopter Services and relevant traffic movements in the area. NOTES: (1) All times should be given in Local Time (LT). (2) The System is linked to the Port Control and Administration Offices, MRCC, Pilot Station, Helicopter Services and the local CRS. Port CONTACT DETAilS: Port Captain Telephone: +27(0)359053130 Fax: +27(0)359053141 Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 0911121314 Telephone: +27(0)357531991 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA including draught and freeboard 48h and 24h in advance through Port Control (if ETA falls on a Sat, Sun or Mon notice should be given before 1200 on the previous Friday). (2) Vessels should confirm ETA when about 20 n miles off the harbour entrance. SALDANHA BAY UNCTAD lOCODE: ZA SOB See diagram SALDANHA BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAilS: Port Control Call: Said an ha Bay Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 0810 111213141626276768697374 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 1700 1765 2002 2009 2016 2023 2049 2056 2716 3164 Telephone: +27(0)227035310 Fax: +27(0)22 7034116 Hr Mr Telephone: +27(0)227035313 Fax: +27(0)22 7034406 Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Helicopter VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 96h, 48h and 24h in advance. The 24h message should include the following: (a) Cargo required (b) Arrival draught, fore and aft (c) Oeballast time (d) Other details of vessel as required by Port Captain (3) Any delays to ETA occurring after 24h message should be reported as soon as possible. 40' Cape Columbine 50' 33° Morrison's Point CD @> m Jiff 10' \~ \ (jff \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ~ \\ \ 20' \ \ \ ~ 40' 50' 342 ~ 18° .,-.,-, -T"""''''''''''''--\ Elandspunt Lt 1< SALDANHA BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE limit ofTSS Inshore traffic limit 50' 33° 10' ...L...L..J..,....l...J.....L....L....L..J....L....L....L...L~...L..J......L....L.....L.....L...J,.....L...J....J.....J.....L ~ Yzerfonteinpunt 18° Dassen I . ./ 343 SOUTH AFRICA (4) Vessels should make contact with Port Control on VHF Ch 16 as soon as possible and request berthing instructions 6h before ETA. (5) Vessels should send ETD 3h in advance with amendments up to 30 mins before departure. (6) Pilot boards in position 33°06'o40S 17"49'∙90E (5 n miles SW of North Head Light). Pilot embarkation/disembarkation may be effected by helicopter after prior arrangement. Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Area extends from 32°54'∙00S to 33°21'∙00S and from 17"39'∙00E eastwards to the coastline. Radar and VHF Stations are installed at the Office and on Malgaskop to improve the navigational safety within the Port Control Limits. Radar covers a radius of about 20 n miles offshore. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Saldanha Bay Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This VTS System is mandatory for the following: (a) Vessels of 15m LOA and over (b) Towing vessels, where tow is 15m or more in length, or overall length of tow is of 30m or more (c) Any passenger carrying vessels (d) All vessels carrying dangerous or polluting cargoes (2) Vessels may be required to report to Saldanha Bay Port Control on VHF Ch 12 stating the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Position (d) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the VTS Zone (e) Destination (f) ETA at destination (g) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (h) ETD from berth (i) ETA at a location requiring a report (such as a Reporting Point) (3) Information must be reported as follows when: (a) Entering a YTS Zone: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before entering a VTS Zone stating the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the VTS Zone (v) Destination (vi) ETA at destination (vii) Whether any pollutant or dangerous goods cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (b) Arriving at a Reporting Point (RP): On arrival at a Reporting Point vessels must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Position (iii) ETA at a location requiring a report (c) Arriving at a Berth: As soon as practicable, after arrival, a vessel must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Position (d) Departing a Berth: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to departing a berth stating the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) Destination (v) ETA at destination (vi) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (vii) ETD from berth (e) Immediately prior to departing a berth, a vessel must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) ETA at a location requiring a report SOUTH AFRICA (f) Vessel Manoeuvres: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before commencing any vessel manoeuvre stating vessel's name, call sign and position. Listed manoeuvres: (i) Compass adjustment (ii) The calibration and servicing of navigational aids (iii) A sea trial (iv) A dredging operation (v) The laying, picking up and servicing of a submarine cable or navigational mark, or (vi) Any other manoeuvre that may be detrimental to safe navigation (g) As soon as the manoeuvre has been completed, a description must be sent to the VTS Centre (4) Incident Reports: Vessels should immediately report vessel's name and position and any of the following: (a) An on board fire (b) Collision, grounding or striking (c) Defects to vessels hull, compass, radio equipment, anchors or cables (d) Discharge or threat of discharge of a pollutant from a vessel (e) Any vessel in apparent difficulty (f) The presence of any vessel which may impede the movement of other vessels (g) Any obstruction to navigation (h) Any aid to navigation that is functioning improperly, damaged, out of position or missing (i) The presence of any pollutant in the water U) Any weather condition that may impair safe navigation Note: Items (g), (h) and (i) need not be reported if the information has been promulgated by Notices to Mariners or Coastal NavWarnings. (5) VHF Equipment Failure: In the event of VHF radio failure, the VTS Centre should be alerted as soon as possible. Vessels should communicate, by sending a message through a Coast Radio Station (CRS), or another vessel, or by other means, stating that there is a failure, giving the vessel's position and destination. REPORTING POINTS: Vessels navigating within the Said an ha Bay VTS Area, should call Said an ha Bay Port Control on VHF Ch 12 when passing any of the following Reporting Points: (1) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Vessels approaching from the South: Reporting Point Position 18 33°21'∙00S 17°53'∙90E 28 33°10'∙60S 17°49'∙30E 3 33°06'∙70S 17°50'∙10E 4 33°04'∙10S 17"55'∙50E 5 33°03'∙30S 17"58'∙30E (b) Vessels approaching from the North: Reporting Point Position 1A 32°59'∙10S 17°38'∙20E 2A 33°05'∙90S 17"45'∙00E 3 33°06'∙70S 17"50'∙10E 4 33°04'∙10S 17"55'∙50E 5 33°03'∙30S 17°58'∙30E (c) Vessels approaching from the West: Reporting Point Position 1C (North) 33°06'∙80S 17"34'∙80E 1C (Middle) 33°13'∙40S 17"36'∙30E 1C (South) 33°19'∙50S 17"43'∙00E 2C 33°09'∙00S 17"45'∙30E 3 33°06'∙70S 17"50'10E 4 33°04'∙10S 17"55'∙50E 5 33°03'∙30S 17"58'∙30E 344 345 SOUTH AFRICA (2) Vessels outward-bound: ~ Vess~ departing to theJl.ClU~ ~ __________ . ______ . Reporting Point. 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InlOul 33°03'∙30S 17°58'∙30E NOTES: (1) All times should be given In local time. (2) The system is linked to the Cape Town VTS Centre, the MRCC, the Port Control, Pilot Office and the local Coast Radio Stalion. SIMON'§ TOW~~ UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA SMN Pilots and Rort CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bullnose (Ollice'hours) Jubilee (AOH) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 17' Telephone: +27(0)21 7873089 (Olfice hours) +27(0)21 7873318 (AOH) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilelage is compulsory for commercial vessels. (2) Vessels should obtain permission 10 enter False Bay from the Minislry of Transport. (3) Vessels should send ETA al leasl 1 h 1n advance. (4) To obtain permission to elller the porI 01 Simon's Town vessels should contact the Naval Pori AUlhorities on VHF Ch 16 using the slaled CALL SIGNS. (5) Pilol boards t n mile N of Roman Rocks Lt (34°10'∙88S t8°2T∙61E)_ NOTE: Port is for South African -Naval use only, but may be used by other vessels with permission, In case of an emergency. SOUTH AFRICA SOUHI AFFIICA " s~ap i1r:POP.TING SYSTEM (SAFREIJ) See diagram SOUTH AFRICA, South African Ship Reporting System (SAFREP). Ship fleportinq Syntern CONTACT DETAflS: Cape Town Radio (For all SAFREP reporting) Telex: .95511600 E-mail: maritimeradio@lxlT)ail.co.za HOURS: H24 DESCRIPTION: (1) SAFREP isa Ship Reporting System established in accordance with the International Convention for the Safely of Ufe at Sea (SOLAS) 1974 and IMO Resolution A851 (20) . . (2) Vessels of any nationality, tonnage and type, operating within the SAFREP area, are welcome to participate in the system, although emphasis is placed on trading vessels of over 100 GT. (3) Participation in the SAFREP system is voluntary and free of cliarge. However, In the event of Inmarsat being used, costs will be incurred. (4) SAFREP serves to identify and monitor the position and movement of vessels participating in the system witllin the SAFREP area. To acllieve this, vessels within the coverage area are lequested to provide regular position reports. This information is used to maintain a computerised plot, indicating vessels' tast positions and calculating their DRs. Its objectives are as foltows: (a) To limit the search area for a rescue at sea (b) To provide up to date information on shipping resources available in the area, in' the event of a maritime casualty REPORTING AREA: (1) The South African Seal ch and Rescue (SASAR) area of responsibility incorporates the Namibian Search and Rescue area (NAMSAR) in which SASAR co-ordinates search and rescue, and 90vers a vast area along the Namibian and South African' coastlines. The SASAR area sfretches from the Kunene Rivqr mOlltll to Ponla do OUf'O, . between 10'OO'∙OOW and 75'OO'∙OOE and down to Antarctica. (2) The MRCC Cape Town is the national maritime RCC. rhe coastal areas .of South Africa and Namibia are divided into Sub∙ Search and Rescue regions. The Pori Captains of all major ports in this area operate Rescue Sub-Centres (RSCs) within these Sub-SRR's. SAFREP AREA CO-ORDtNATES: The area is bounded by a line joining Ihe lollowing co-ordinates: (1) 17 '15' ∙OOS -Kunene River mouth (2) 17'15'∙00S∙ 10'OO'OOW (3) Antarctic Coast -10"00' ∙OOW (4) Antarctic Coast -75'OO'∙OOE (5) 50'OO'00S -
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Panta do Ouro CO-ORDINrUtON CENTRES: (1) The main functions of the MRCC Cape Town and RSCs are the co∙ordination of . maritime SAR within the SASAR area. The SAFREPCC is manned 24h. In the eveni of a maritime emergency, the SAFREPCC passes shipping position inlonnation to the MRCe Cape Town and the appropriate RSCs who then co-ordinate the SAR effort utilising assets Irom the SA Natior.al DefenGe Force, SA Police Services as well as other state departments and private organisations as required. (2) Good communications are essential for SAR co-ordination. The SAFREPCCs and MRCC Cape Town's communications networks Iflclude telephone, radio, telex, facsimile and satellite systems. These systems are manned and operated by the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), National Ports Authority (NPA), and Malltime Radio Services of TELKOM SA Ltd. -
OPERATtNG PRtNCtPLES: (1) The SAFREP system operates on the principle that a vessel transiting the SAFREP area sends a minimum 01 three baSIC reports to Cape Town Radio. Cape Town Radio in turn will forward the information to MRCC Cape Town and other relevant authOrities: (a) On entry into the SAFREP area (b) When crossing the 20'OO'∙OOE longitude, south of Cape Agulhas, and (c) On exit from the SAFREP area 346 r-------~r_--------_r--------~--~------r_--------._--------rr----~--_.----------r_--------~------~_,< lS 10∙ o∙ 10∙ 20∙ 30∙ 50∙ 60∙ 70∙ 10∙ 10
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.' . ~. I '\ ' 70∙ 70∙ SOUTH AFRICA South African Ship Reporting System. . (SAFREP) KEY: 80∙ i Area of Repo rli ~gSys l em 80" 10∙ o 10∙ . 20∙ 30∙ 40∙ . 50∙ 60 . 70∙ 347 : . SOUTH AFRICA (2) Should Masters wish to repOrl more trequently, they are encouraged to do so with a Position Report (SAFREP PR) as this will increase the accuracy of Ihe SAFREP pial. As SAFREP is a "passive" reporting system, SAR actions (communication checks, alerting of shipping and the launching of SAR aircraft) will not automatically be initiated should further SAFREP reports not be received. (3) Vessefs coasting as well as vessets arriving and deparllng from South African and Namibian ports will make Arrival and Departure Reports to Cape Town Radio. Ports 01 Soulh Alrica and Namibia fall oulside Ihe SAFREP area, i.e. when a vessel enlers any ollhese pariS it is considered to have lellthe SAFREP area. (4) Dale and lime entered in SAFREP reporls are 10 be in Universal Co-ordinated nn!U~. . REQUIREMENT FOR MESSAGES: (1) Vessels parlicipaling in SAFREP are requested to send Ihe following types of reporls. All reports should include Ihe system identifier 'SAFREP' and the code' for the appropriate report (e.g. SAFREP SP), at least one report every two days especially when significant course and/or speed alterations are made. This will ensure a quicker response in the event of a maritime emergency. (a) Sailing Plan (SAFREP SP): Senlto the SflFREPCC for any vessel entering the SAFREP area from a port outside South Africa or Namibia. (b) Position Report (SAFREP PR): Sent when the 20'OO"00E longitude south of Cape Agulhas is crossed or when the Master considers it necessary for updating the pial. (c) Final Report (SAFREP FR): Senl when l!Javing Ihe SAFREP area bound lor' a pori outside South Africa or Namibia. (d) Arrivaf Report (SAFREP AR): Sent within 3 hours at a vessel arriving at a port in the SAFREP area. (e) Departure Report (SI\FREP DPR): Sent within 3 hours of a vessel departing lrom a port in the SAFREP area. . (f) Deviation Report (SAFREP OR): Senl when Ihe vessel's posilion varies significantly from the positioo thal would have been predicted from previous reports or as decided by the .Master. (2) Reporting of Incidents: A report is sent in the event of'a maritime incident occurring, such as pollution (Maritime Pollutants Report -
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SAFREP HS). (3) In Ihe event of oil pollulion occurring with 50 n miles of the SoUlh African or Namibian coastlines, reporting of Ihe incidenUs compulsory. (4) Vessels wishing to pass SAFREP reports can Gommunicate by means of any of the communications services provided by any Soulh African CRS or Namibian CRS . listed in ALRS Volume 1(1) or via Inmarsat C. All communications via CRSs are free Df charge, those via Imllarsat are chargeable. All messages are 10 be addressed to SAFREP via Cape Town CRS. FORMAT OF MESSAGES: (1) All ship reports should be sent in Ihe standard reporting coded format. The following gives all the components of Ihe SAFREP reports. All reports should include Ihe systenl identifier "SAFREP" and the code for the appropriate report (e g SAFREP SP) .. ID Function Explanation Name, callsign, MMSI number and Flag of A Vessel Identity the vessel. The symbol "f' should be used to separate the vessel's name and callsign. For item Flag, use as defined in Lloyds Publications A 6-digit date/time group givin.g the day of the B Time month and hours and minutes in Universal Co-
ordinated Time (UTC) A 4-digit group giving fatitude in degreees and minutes suffixed with "N" (north) or "S" (soulh) and a 5-digit group giving longitude in degrees C Position and minules suffixed with 'E" (east) or "W" (west). When used in an Arrival Report the name of the port can be used instead of the longitude and lalitude. 0 Not Required E True Course A 3∙digit group for the present true course being steered. F Ve
ssel's Speed The vessel's speed in Imots willl the decimal omitted, e.g. 16∙8lmots = 168.8∙7 knots-= 087 , G Departure Port The name of the last port of call ~ 348 349 SOUTH AFRICA ID Function Explanation Date, time and position of entry into SAFREP area, or name of port when departing a port H Entry into SAFREP in the SAFREP area. Entry date and time expressed as in (B) and entry position as expressed in (C). Destination and Name of the destination port and the expected I ETA date and time of arrival at the port. A time group as expressed in (B). J Not Required The date, time and position of departure from the SAFREP area or name of the port when entering K Exit from SAFREP a port within the SAFREP area. ETD date and time expressed as for (B) and exit position as expressed in (C). L Not Required M Communications Name or call sign of the Coastal Radio Station(s) and frequencies guarded/monitored. ° Draught Present draught in metres. P Not Required Defects, damage, Q deficiencies See Detailed Reporting Requirements or other limitations Pollution, R dangerous goods See Detailed Reporting Requirements lost overboard Sea state (1-9), wind speed (in knots) and S Weather direction (NlNEJEJSEJS/SWIW/NW, visibility (Good/Moderate/Poor). Details of name and particulars of vessel's T Agent (if representative (Representative name, Area applicable) Code and Telephone number) for provision of information. U Size and Type Vessel's gross tonnage (GT) and type. State whether a doctor, physicians assistant or V Medic nurse is carried on board. State "Nil" if none of the above are carried on board. W Persons State number of persons on board. X Remarks Any other useful information. y Not Required Z Not Required (2) SAFREP reports will normally contain the following groups: (a) Sailing Plan (SAFREP SP): A, B, C, E, F, G, H, I, M, 0, S, T, U, V, Wand X. (
For any vessel entering the SAFREP area from a port outside South Africa and Namibia. (
b) Position Report (SAFREP PR): A, B, C, E, F, I and S. (c) Final Report (FR): A, B, C, E, F, I, K and S. (When leaving the SAFREP area bound for a port outside South Africa and Namibia. (d) Arrival Report (SAFREP AR): A, B, C and 0. (When arriving at a port in the SAFREP area) (e) Departure Report (SAFREP DPR): A, B, E, F, H, I, K, M, 0, V, Wand X (When sailing from a port in the SAFREP area. Components E, F, K and ° are not required from vessels coasting but only from vessels departing from a port outside South Africa or Namibia. (Vessels coasting in the SAFREP area for the first time should include in their report, components M and N). (f) Deviation Report (SAFREP OR): A, B, C, E, F, I, K and X (Component K is not required from vessels coasting) (g) Dangerous Goods Report (SAFREP DG): A, B, C, M, Q, R, S, T, U and X. (h) Harmful Substances Report (SAFREP HS): A, B, C, E, F, M, Q, R, S, T, U and X (i) Marine Pollutants Report: (SAFREP MP): A, B, C, M, Q, R, S, T, U and X (3) The "f' (forward slash) character should be used as a separator between each element of the component and a "/f' (double forward slash) at the end of each component as this facilitates automatic data entry into the SAFREP database (e.g. SAFREP PR AlHEEMSKERCKlPEOE/6011234511 B/ ... etc.). (4) Masters should only include those components listed for the various reports. (5) For reports submitted by radiotelex or Inmarsat, all typing should be in UPPER CASE. SOUTH AFRICA DETAILED REPORTING REQUIREMENTS: (1) Dangerous Goods Reports (DG): (a) Primary reports should contain items A, B, C, M, Q, R, S, T, U and X of the standard reporting format; details lor component R are as follows: ID Information required RI Correct technical name or names of goods R2 UN number or numbers R3 IMO hazard class or classes R4 Names 01 manufacturers of goods when known, or consignee or r--
consignor Types of packages, including identification marks. Specify whether RS portable tanks or tank vehicle, or whether vehicle or freight container or other cargo transport unit containing packages. Include official registration marks and numbers assigned to the unit R6 An estimate of the quantity and likely condition of the goods R7 Whether lost goods floated or sank RB Whether loss is continuing R9 Cause of loss (b) If the condition of the vessel is such that there is a danger of further loss of packaged dangerous goods into the sea, items P and a of the standard reporting format should be reported; details for P should be as follows: ID Information required PI Correct technical name or names of goods P2 UN number or numbers I---
P3 IMO hazard class or classes P4 Names of manufacturers of goods when known, or consignee or consignor Types of packages, including identification marks. Specify whether PS portable tanks or tank vehicle, or whether vehicle or freight container or other cargo transport unit containing packages. Include official registration marks and numbers assigned to the unit P6 An estimate of the quantity and likely condition of the goods (c) Particulars not immediately available should be inserted in a supplementary message or messages. (2) Harmful Substances Reports (HS): (a) In the case of actual discharge, primary HS reports should contain items A, B, C, E, F, M, Q, R, S, T, U & X of the standard reporting format. In the case of probable discharge item P should also be included. Details for P, Q, R, T & X should be as follows: ID Information required PI Type of oil or the correct technical name of the noxious liquid substances on board P2 UN number or numbers P3 Pollution category (A, B & C) for noxious liquid substances P4 Names of manufacturers of substances, if appropriate, when known, or consignee or consignor PS Quantity 01 Condition of the vessel as relevant Q2 Ability to transfer cargolballasUfuel RI Type of oil or the correct technical name of the noxious liquid discharged into the sea R2 UN number or numbers R3 Pollution category (A, B & C) for noxious liquid substances R4 Names of manufacturers of substances, if appropriate, when known, or consignee or consignor RS An estimate of the quantity of the substances R6 Whether lost substances floated or sank R7 Whether loss is continuing RB Cause of loss R9 Estimate of the movement of the discharge or lost substances giving current conditions if known ~ ---
350 351 SOUTH AFRICA ID Information required RIO Estimate of the surface area of the spill, if possible Name, address, telex and telephone number of the vessel's owner and TI representative (charterer, manager or operator of the vessel or their agent) XI Action being taken with regard to the discharge and the movement of the vessel X2 Assistance or salvage efforts which have been requested or which have been provided by others X3 The Master of an assisting or salvaging vessel should report the particulars of the action undertaken or planned (b) After the transmission of the information referred to in the initial report, as much as possible of the information essential for the protection of the marine environment as is appropriate to the incident should be reported in a supplementary report as soon as possible. That information should include items P, a, R, Sand X. (c) The Master of any vessel engaged in or requested to engage in an operation to render assistance or undertake salvage, should report as far as practicable, items A, B, C, E, F, M, P, a, R, S, T, U and X of the standard reporting format. The Master should also keep the coastal State informed of developments. (3) Marine Pollutants Reports (MP): In the case of actual discharge, primary MP reports should contain items A, B, C, M, P, a, R, S, T, U and X of the standard reporting format. In the case of probable discharge, item P should also be included. Details for paR T and X should be as follows' ID Information required PI Correct technical name or names of goods P2 UN number or numbers P3 IMO hazard class or classes P4 Names of manufacturers of goods when known, or consignee or consignor Types of packages, including identification marks. Specify whether PS portable tank or tank vehicle or whether vehicle or freight container or other cargo transport unit containing packages. Include official registration marks and numbers assigned to the unit P6 An estimate of the quantity and likely condition of the goods 01 Condition of the vessel as relevant 02 Ability to transfer cargolballastlfuel RI Correct technical name or names of goods R2 UN number or numbers R3 IMO hazard class or classes -
R4 Names of manufacturers of goods when known, or consignee or consignor Types of packages, including identification marks. Specify whether RS portable tank or tank vehicle or whether vehicle or freight container or other cargo transport unit containing packages. Include official registration marks and numbers assigned to the unit R6 An estimate of the quantity and likely condition of the goods R7 Whether loss is continuing R8 Whether lost goods floated or sank R9 Cause of loss Name, address, telex and telephone number of the vessel's owner and TI representative (charterer, manager or operator of the vessel or their agent) XI Action being taken with regard to the discharge and the movement of the vessel X2 Assistance or salvage efforts which have been requested or which have been provided by others X3 The Master of an assisting or salvaging vessel should report the particulars of the action undertaken or planned SOUTH AFRICA PROBABILITY OF DISCHARGE: (1) The probability of a discharge resulting from damage to the vessel or its equipment is a reason for making a report. In judging whether there is such a probability and whether the report should be made, the following factors, among others, should be taken into account: (a) The nature of the damage, failure or breakdown of the vessel, machinery or equipment; and (b) Sea and wind state and also traffic density in the area at the time and place of the incident. (2) It is recognised that it would be impracticable to lay down precise definitions of all types of incidents involving probable discharge which would warrant an obligation to report. Nevertheless, as a general guideline, the Master of the vessel should make reports in cases of: (a) Damage, failure or breakdown which affects the safety of the vessel; examples of such incidents are collision, grounding, fire, explosion, structural failure, flooding, cargo shifting etc. (b) Failure or breakdown of machinery or equipment which results in impairment of the safety of navigation; examples of such incidents are failure or breakdown of steering gear, propulsion plant, electrical generating system and essential shipborne navigational aids. SOUTH AFRICA -
SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM (SAMSA) Reporting System CONTACT DETAILS: Cape Town CRS Telex: +95511600 E-mail: maritimeradio@ixmail.co.za SAMSA Telephone: +27(0)123423049 Fax: +27(0)123423160 E-mail: marinenotices@samsa.org.za HOURS: H24 DESCRIPTION: South Africa has established a requirement for pre-arrival and pre-entry information under the Merchant Shipping (Maritime Security) Regulations 2004. VESSELS REQUIRED TO SUBMIT PRE-ARRIVAUPRE∙ENTRY INFORMATION: (1) Pre-arrival information is required from the following vessels on international voyages bound for South African ports: (a) Foreign passenger vessels (b) Cargo vessels of 500 or more GT (c) Mobile offshore drilling units (MODU's) (2) Pre-entry information is required from the following vessels bound for a South African port: (a) Foreign-going South African passenger vessels (b) Cargo vessels of 500 or more GT (c) Mobile offshore drilling units (MODU's) (3) These requirements do not apply to the following vessels: (a) Fishing vessels (b) Vessels used solely for sport or recreation (c) Government vessels engaged solely on non-commercial voyages (d) Coasting vessels (e) Vessels transiting South Africa's territorial waters (such vessels are however encouraged to participate to avoid possible delays) REPORTING RULES: (1) The Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) in Cape Town is the first point of contact for pre-arrivallpre-entry information. The pre-arrivallpre-entry information report must be in English and in writing and is to be transmitted to the MRCC via Cape Town Radio. The MRCC will only accept reports directly from the ship via Cape Town Radio; no reports by voice communication will be accepted. (2) A pre-arrival/pre-entry information report must be transmitted at least 96h before the vessel's expected time of arrival (ETA) at her first South African port. If the ship is arriving from a foreign port where the voyage time between ports is less than 96h, the Master must ensure that the pre-arrival/pre-entry information is sent in compliance with the 96h requirement and updated when the ship clears the last foreign port. 352 353 SOUTH AFRICA (3) An amended report must be made if: (a) The ETA date for the ship changes; however, a change in time on the same day need not be reported (b) There has been a ship to ship or ship/port interface after the original report was made (c) Any other information in the original report changes (4) Reports are not required from ships making voyages between South African ports (i.e. coasting). However, if a ship makes a voyage to a port in another country (e.g. Maputo-Mozambique or Walvis Bay-Namibia), a pre-arrival/pre-entry information report must be made before any subsequent call at a South African port. Also, when a ship is coasting between South African ports and interfaces with another ship between ports, the Master must transmit a pre-arrival/pre-entry information report as soon as possible but atleast5h before the ship's ETA. (5) The preferred means of ship to shore communication for pre-arrival/pre-entry inforamtion reports is via telex. The telex system assures receipt of the message at Cape Town Radio. The report can be transmitted on telex number +95 511600 or alternatively on +95 521846. If Inmarsat C is used, the ship's officer can confirm receipt by selecting the option 'request delivery confirmation' on the ship's terminal. A ship's agent can also confirm receipt 6 hours after transmission by contacting Cape Town Radio on the help line 0800 222208. (6) Transmission by means other than telex has resulted in communication difficulties that, in turn, have caused delays to ships. In exceptional cases such as faulty or unavailable satellite telex, Cape Town Radio will accept a forwarded e-mail message from a ship's agent, provided the agent confirms receipt of the e-mail with Cape Town Radio. Cape Town Radio will not forward an e-mail message to the MRCC without this confirmation. When e-mail is used, reports must not be sent as e-mail attachments but must be in the e-mail body text because the Cape Town Radio IT system strips attachments from e-mails. Cape Town Radio's e-mail address is maritimeradio@ ixmail.co.za. (7) Pre-arrival/pre-entry information required by this notice for maritime security purposes is similar to port entry information required by the National Ports Authority (NPA) for berth planning purposes. However, the format and use of this information differs considerably and Masters and Agents are advised to ensure that information for the MRCC is not confused with that required by the NPA. (8) The MRCC does not security-clear ships. Its function is to check pre-arrival/pre-
entry information reports to ensure relevance and completeness. The MRCC will communicate with a ship, via Cape Town Radio, if it has any queries about the ship's report. The MRCC forwards checked reports to the Maritime Security Co-ordination Centre (MSCC), which is responsible for informing port security officers (PSO) about ship's security clearance status. Ship's agents should therefore obtain security clearance information from the relevant PSO directly. (
9) Masters are cautioned that failure to transmit timeously complete and correctly formatted pre-arrival/pre-entry information could result in delays and, in appropriate cases, denial of port entry (see Marine Notice No 20 of 2004). Ships whose Masters refuse to give pre-arival/pre-entry information will be denied port entry. (10) In the interest of safety all vessels are encouraged to participate in the South African Ship Reporting System (SAFREP). FORMAT FOR PRE-ARRIVAUPRE-ENTRY INFORMATION REPORT: Code Content Prefix A Ship name, call sign, Port of registry, current security level. e.g. ISHIPNAMEJABCD/MONROVIAlIII B Time of report in UTC, 6 digit date time group giving day of month and hours and minutes in UTC e.g. 1291 00011 Position -4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and minutes suffixed with C "N" (north) or'S' (south) and 5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and minutes suffixed with "E' (east) or "W" (west) eg./1212S 00527WII 0 Type of ship written in full e.g./CONTAINER VESSEUI E 3 digit group for the present true course being steered. e.g. 1052/1 -
F The ship's speed in knots with the decimal omitted. e.g. 16.8 knots = 11681/ or 8.7 knots = 18711 G IMO ship identification number. e.g./IMOI23456711 H ISSC confirmation on board/lssuing Authority. Confirmation yes or no (Y/N) and Issuing Authority e.g. IV/BAHAMASII I Business name of ship's agent at intended port of call, e.g. I STURROCKSII SOUTH AFRICA Code Content Prefix Name of first SA port of call with ETA as per (B) above and all subsequent J SA ports of call in voyage until departure from SA waters with ETAs and first port of call after SA, e.g./DURBAN -
291 OOO/PORT ELIZABETH -301900/CAPE TOWN -010500/SINGAPORElI Last port and country of calVDeparture date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYVY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures PI taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (YIN) e.g./MUMBAI-INDIAlOI0G2004/1/NILlYII Second last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P2 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y/N) e.g./PORT LOUIS -MAURITIUS/28052004/1/NILlYII Third last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYVY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P3 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y/N) e.g./MOMBASA -KENYAl20052004121APPOINTED SECURITY COMPANYIYII Fourth last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P4 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y/N) e.g./DAR ES SALAAM -TANZANIAl14052004/11NILlYII Fifth last port and countryof calVDeparture date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P5 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y IN) e.g./MOMBASA -
KENYAI10052004/1/NILlYII Sixth last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures PG taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y IN) e.g./NACALA -MOZAMBIQUElO2052004/1/NILlYII Seventh last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYy)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P7 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y IN) e.g./BEIRA -MOZAMBIQUEll0042004/1/NILlYII Eighth last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P8 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y IN) e.g./MAPUTO -MOZAMBIQUElO6042004/1/NILlYII Ninth last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures P9 taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y IN) e.g./LUANDA -
ANGOLAl30032004/1/NILlYII Tenth last port and country of call1Departure date in 8 digit group (DDMMYYYY)/Security level/Any special or additional security measures PlO taken by ship during the ship-port interfaceIThat the appropriate security procedures were maintained during ship to ship activity in this port (Y/N) e.g. IWALVIS BAY -NAMIBIAl24032004/1/NILlYII Name of registered owner (or bareboat charterer)/Contact addressl Q Telephone number/Fax number/E-mail address (if applicable) e.g. ISA SHIPPINGlPOBOX111CAPE TOWN1+21546783/+215467871 SHIPPING@SHIPPING.NEIZAl/ R Name of ship security officer/Rank of ship security officer e.g. ISMITHI CHOFFII 354 355 SOUTH AFRICA Code Content Prefix Name of company security officer/Contact telephone number/Mobile S telephone number/E-mail address (if applicable) e.g. IHOUTENi+2154678 24/0824352614/JHOUTEN@SHIPPING.NElZAJ/ General description of cargo on board and hazardous cargo as per U IMDG Code e.g. /72 CARS/624 CONTAINERS WITH GENERAU2 CONTAINERS CLASS 4.1/6CONTAINERS CLASS 2.211 CONTAINER CLASS 1.111 Information about persons on board designated as crew showing W1-
surname, name, gender, birth date (DDMMVYYY), nationality, travel W(x) document number, document expiry date, e.g./SOAP, JOE, MALE, 01121954, BRITISH, C2361 , 2301200711 Information about persons on board designated as passengers showing Y1 surname, name, gender, birth date (DDMMYYVY), nationality, travel -Y(x) document number, document expirty date, e.g SWART, HANS, MALE, 07041970, SOUTH AFRICAN, C78965, 150520051/ Information about persons on board who are not passengers or crew Y1 showing surname, name, birth date (DDMMYYVY), nationality, travel -Y(x) document number and reson for being on board (if available), e.g. IBLOGGS, HENRY, 06111949, SOUTH AFRICAN, C12345, SURVIVORlI EXAMPLE OF PRE-ARRIVAUPRE-ENTRY INFORMATION REPORT: Reports should be formatted as follows: AlSHIPNAMElABCD/MONROVIAl111 B/291 000 SEPII C/1212S 00527WII D/CONTAINER VESSEUI El05211 F/
16811 G/IM0123456711 HIY/BAHAMASII I/STURROCKSII J/DURBAN -
291000/PORT ELIZABETH -
301900/CAPE TOWN -
0105001 SINGAPORElI P1/MUMBAI-INDIAl01062004/1/NIUYII P2IPORT LOUIS -
MAURITIUS/28052004/1/NIUYII P3/MOMBASA -
KENYAl20052004/21APPOINTED SECURITY COMPANYIYII P4/DAR ES SALAAM -
TANZANIAI14052004/1/NIUYII P5/MOMBASA -
KENYAI10052004/1/NIUYII P6/NACALA -
MOZAMBIQUEl02052004/11NIUYII P7/BEIRA -
MOZAMBIQUEl10042004/1/NIUYII P8/MAPUTO -
MOZAMBIQUEl06042004/1/NIUYII P9/LUANDA -
ANGOLAl30032004/1/NIUYII P10IWALVIS BAY -
NAMIBIAl24032004/1/NIUYII QfSA SHIPPING/POBOX 111 CAPE TOWN/t21546783/t21546787/SHIPPING@ SHIPPING.NElZAlI RlSMITH/CHOFFII S/
HOUTON/t215467824/0824352614/JHOUTEN@SHIPPING.NElZAlI U/72 CARS/624 CONTAINERS WITH GENERAU2 CONTAINERS CLASS 4.1/6 CONTAINERS CLASS 2.211 CONTAINER CLASS 1.111 W1/S0AP, JOE, MALE, 01121954, BRITISH, C12361, 2301200711 X1.SWART, HANS, MALE, 07041970, SOUTH AFRICAN, C78965, 150520051/ Y1/BLOGGS, HENRY, 06111949, SOUTH AFRICAN, C12345, SURVIVORII SOUTH AFRICA TABLE BAY (CAPE TOWN) UNCTAD LOCODE: ZA CPT See diagram TABLE BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE. Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control Call: Cape Town Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 091112131429 Telephone: +27(0)21 4492805 (Also emergencies) Fax: +27(0)21 4492039 Port Captain Telephone: +27(0)21 4495762 Fax: +27(0)21 4492091 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 33°54'818°26'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory except for vessels exempted by law and is available H24 (HJ for oil tankers and other vessels carrying dangerous cargoes). (2) Vessels should send ETA when IOn miles to seaward of the breakwater head light. (3) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilots 72h in advance and confirm 1 h in advance to Port Control on VHF Ch 16. (4) Pilot boards in position 33°52'∙40S 18°24'∙00E (1∙5 n miles SW of Fairway Lt buoy). Vessel Traffic Service AREA: Radar and VHF Stations are installed at the VTS Office and on Robben Island to improve the navigational safety within the Port Control Limits. Radar covers a radius of about 20 n miles offshore. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Cape Town Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) This VTS System is mandatory for the following: (a) Vessels of ISm LOA and over (b) Towing vessels, where tow is ISm or more in length, or overall length of tow is of 30m or more (c) Any passenger carrying vessels (d) All vessels carrying dangerous or polluting cargoes (2) Vessels should call Cape Town Port Control on VHF Ch 14, 15 mins prior to arrival at and 15 mins prior to departure from the VTS boundary. Pilot boarding and berthing instructions will be given, and vessels will be assigned to an anchorage, if necessary. Vessels should state the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Position (d) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering or departing the VTS Zones (e) Destination (f) ETA at destination (g) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (h) ETD from berth (i) ETA at location requiring a report (such as a Reporting Point) (3) The above information must be reported as follows when: (a) Entering a YTS Zone: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before entering a YTS Zone stating the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) ETA at Reporting Point of vessel entering the VTS Zone (v) Destination (vi) ETA at destination (vii) Whether any pollutant or dangerous goods cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (b) Arriving at a Reporting Point (RP): On arrival at a Reporting Point a vessel must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Position (iii) ETA at a location requiring a report 356 45' 34° ,~ , , , , , , , , 18° , , , , , , , , , , , , , " ~ , , Replenishment Area / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / ~ '<,<~ 10 '<,< Duikerpunt 357 20' Robben I ~ ~ Port Limits -2C------, , I No4 : Hazardous Cargo , \<0 No2 General TABLE BAY VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE TTTT' limit ofTSS Inshore Traffic Zone Port limits Anchorage Areas 45' * 34° SOUTH AFRICA (c) Arriving at a Berth: As soon as practicable, after arrival, a vessel must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Position (d) Departing a Berth: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins prior to departing a berth stating the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) Destination (v) ETA at destination (vi) Whether any pollutant or dangerous cargo is carried on board, or carried on any vessel or object being towed or pushed (vii) ETD from berth (e) Immediately prior to departing a berth, a vessel must report the following information: (i) Vessel's name (ii) Call sign (iii) Position (iv) ETA at a location requiring a report (f) Vessel Manoeuvres: Vessels must apply for Traffic Clearance 15 mins before commencing any vessel manoeuvre stating vessel's name, call sign and position. Listed manoeuvres: (i) Compass adjustment (ii) The calibration and serviCing of navigational aids (iii) A sea trial (iv) A dredging operation (v) The laying, picking up and servicing of a submarine cable or navigational mark,or (vi) Any other manoeuvre that may be detrimental to safe navigation (g) As soon as the manoeuvre has been completed, a description must be sent to the VTS Centre (4) Incident Reports: Vessels should immediately report vessel's name and position and any of the following: (a) An onboard fire (b) Collision, grounding or striking (c) Defects to vessels hull, compass, radio equipment, anchors or cables (d) Discharge or threat of discharge of a pollutant from a vessel (e) Any vessel in apparent difficulty (f) The presence of any vessel which may impede the movement of other vessels (g) Any obstruction to navigation (h) Any aid to navigation that is functioning improperly, damaged, out of position or missing (i) The presence of any pollutant in the water U) Any weather condition that may impair safe navigation Note: Items (g), (h) and (i) need not be reported if the information has been promulgated by Notices to Mariners or Coastal NavWarnings. (5) VHF Equipment Failure: In the event of VHF radio failure, the VTS Centre should be alerted as soon as possible. Vessels should communicate, by sending a message through a Coast Radio Station (CRS), or another vessel, or by other means, stating that there is a failure, giving the vessel's position and destination. REPORTING POINTS: Vessels navigating within the Table Bay VTS Area should call Cape Town Port Control on VHF Ch 14 when passing any of the following Reporting Points: (1) Vessels inward-bound: (a) Vessels approaching from the South: Reporting Point Position lB WOO'∙80S 18°Wl0E 2B 33°53'∙90S 18°19'∙80E 3 33°52'∙50S 18°24'∙00E (b) Vessels approaching from the North: Reporting Point Position lA 33°41'∙40S 18"07'∙80E 2A 33°50'∙70S 18°17'∙10E 3 33°52'∙50S 18°24'∙00E 358 359 SOUTH AFRICA (2) Vessels outward-bound: (a) Vessels departing to the South∙ Reporting Point Position 4 33°53'∙90S 18°26'∙30E 3 33°51'∙30S 18°24'∙00E 2B 33°52'∙90S 18°17'-70E IB 33°59'AOS WI3'∙20E (b) Vessels departing to the North∙ Reporting Point Position 4 33°53'∙90S W26'∙30E 3 33°51'∙30S 18°24'∙00E 2A 33°49'∙40S 18°19'∙00E lA 33°40'∙IOS W09'∙60E (3) Inshore Routes: Vessels inward-bound or outward-bound∙ Inward-bound or Reporting Point Position outward-bound 10 InlOut 34 ° 01'-90S W 17' ∙30E IC In/Out 33 ° 36' ∙80S W 14'-40E 2C InlOut 33°48'∙90S 18°24'∙30E 4 Out 33°53'∙90S 18°26'∙30E NOTES: (I) All times should be given in local time. (2) The system is linked to the Saldanha Bay VTS Centre, the MRCC, Port Control, Pilot Offices and the local CRS. SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) See diagram SPAIN (Mediterranean Sea) AND ISLAS BALEARES PORTS. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Puertos del Estado (Ministerio de Formento). Telephone: +34 91 5245537 Fax: +3491 5245506 Mobile: +34 628 269537 E-mail: pjroman@puertos.es PILOTAGE: Pilotage is compulsory in all Spanish ports for vessels over 500 GT unless slated in port entry. STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR VTS: For details of the Strait of Gibraltar Vessel Traffic Service (GIBREP) under SOLAS Regulation VIII, see SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS, STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR. EUROPEAN COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2002f59/EEC: The European Council Directive 2002l59/EEC relates to vessels over 300 GT and any vessel carrying dangerous or polluting goods bound for or leaving EU ports. Such vessels should report to the relevant port authority at least 24h in advance. EXPANDED INSPECTION NOTIFICATION: (I) Under European Union (EU) Directive 2001/106/EC, the EU has introduced legislation whereby Expanded Inspections (El) on "high risk vessels' are required. Such vessels must have an El, carried out by an EU member of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) region, every 12 months. This new legislation came into effect on the 22 July 2003. (2) Expanded Inspections are required for the following high risk vessels. (a) Oil tankers over 15 years old and over 3000 GT (b) Gas and chemical tankers over 10 years old (c) Bulk carriers over 12 years old (d) Passenger ships over 15 years old (excluding those covered by the EU Ferry Directive) (
3) High risk vessels that have not been subject to an El within the last 12 months in the Paris MOU region must report to the Port State Authority of the vessel's next port of call, stating that the vessel is eligible for an El. W 0> Cl 40° 39° 38" 37° 36° SPAIN (Mediterranean Sea) AND ISLAS BALEARES PORTS +++-\-+Hi-
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361 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) (4) Information must be provided 3 days before the expected time of arrival, or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to take less than 3 days. (5) The report that the vessel is eligible for an El can be made by facsimile or telephone, by the Owner, Master or Agent, and can be combined with the port arrival notification. (6) The Port State Authority will contact the vessel to confirm whether or not the authority will undertake an El. (7) Failure to report to the Port State Authority that a vessel is eligible for an El is an offence. (8) A list of participating EU countries is shown in the following table' PARTICIPATING EU COUNTRIES Belgium Latvia Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Denmark Netherlands Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovenia Greece Spain Ireland Sweden Italy United Kingdom (9) Further details of the legislation may be found at www.emsa.eu.int ALlCANTE UNCTAD LOCODE: ES ALC Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Alicante Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 091112142022 Telephone: +34965211137 +34629410369 (Mobile) Fax: +34965 207924 E-mail: corporacion@practicosalicante.com Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09111214 20 22 Telephone: +34965130095 Fax: +34 965 130034 E-mail: puertoalicante@puertoalicante.com Website: www.puertoalicante.com HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: 38°20'N 0 °29'W (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over and is available H24. (
2) Vessels at anchor in the bay should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 16 and those moving in the channel or harbour should do so on VHF Ch 14. (3) Pilot boards in position 38°18'∙54N 0028'∙15W (in bad weather, near the breakwater head). ALMERiA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES LEI Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +34950232991 +34617393454 (Mobile) Fax: +34950273706 E-mail: marisol@puertodealmeria.comtenidos.com MRCC Almeria Call: Almeria Trafico VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) Port Authority Telephone : +34 950 236033 Fax: +34950232949 E-mail: almeria@apalmeriamotril.com Website: www.apalmeriamotril.com PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of 500 GT and over, and is available H24. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 48h in advance especially if fuel oil and/or gas oil is required from the Campsa Refinery. (3) Vessels should report to MRCC Almeria (Almeria Trilfico) on VHF Chs 16 or 74 when within range. MRCC Almeria will advise pilots, who will subsequently conduct communications on VHF Ch 12. (
4) Pilot boards in position 36°48'∙11N 2°27'AOW. BARCELONA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES BCN See diagram PORT OF BARCELONA APPROACHES. Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Barcelona Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Telephone: +34932256052 (Admin) +3493 2219567 (Operations) Fax: +34932240014 (Admin) +3493 2213895 (Operations) E-mail: admin@barcelonapilots.com infoweb@barcelonapilots.com Website: www.barcelonapilots.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Pilot ordering: Vessels should send request for pilot 24h in advance of ETA and 30 mins in advance of ETD. (3) Vessels should not approach to within 1 n mile of the breakwater entrance until advised to do so by the Pilot Station. (
4) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) N Entrance: 41 °20'∙73N 2°12'∙00E (b) S Entrance: 41 °17'∙70N 2°10'∙80E Access Channel and Anchorage Control CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Barcelona Traffic VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 Telephone: +3493 2633233 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: +34 93 2633322 +34 900 202202 (Emergency) (1) Inward-bound: (a) All vessels bound for the port should contact Barcelona Traffic on VHF Ch 10 and Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14, 1 h prior to arrival at Lt buoy N (41 °20'∙04N 2°13'∙00E) or Lt buoy S (41 ° 16'∙90N 2°1O'-88E) (b) Vessels should then monitor Barcelona Traffic on VHF Ch 10 until 2 n miles from Lt buoy N or Lt buoy S (c) Vessels should report to Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 when 2 n miles from Lt buoy N or Lt buoy S and then monitor Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 for further inslructions (d) Vessels should again report to Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 on arrival at Lt buoy N or Lt buoy S (e) Vessels should continue to monitor Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 until arrival at the port (2) Outward-bound: (a) Vessels departing from the port should contact Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 to request pilots and obtain permission to depart (b) Vessels should continue to monitor Barcelona Pilots on VHF Ch 14 until 2 n miles distant from Lt buoy N or Lt buoy S (c) Vessels should then contact Barcelona Traffic on VHF Ch 10 and continue to monitor VHF Ch 10 until 1 h from passing Lt buoy N or Lt buoy S 362 r---r------,------,_------r_-----,------_r------,_--~.,r_----_r------,_------r_----_,------_r~----,_----_,r1 < 19' -5 22' 21' 20' 41∙ 19' 18' 17' 16' 5' 5' 6' 8' PORT OF BARCELONA APPROACHES «» Reporting Points 9' 2°10' 12' 13' 14' 15' 16' __ .A_ 2 V --~l?]li& .... ,.\''')! '-,6h
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................. 'YePortin . ./ 2°10' --11,_~lme 12' _-'13' 14' 9' 363 15' 16' I , , , I "Ch I / I 17' 18' 17' 16' 18' 19' SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +3493 5088282 Fax: +34935088292 E-mail: webmaster@apb.es Website: www.apb.es HOURS: H24 BURRIANA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES BRX Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +34607889558 (Mobile) Fax: +34964737105 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +34964 282352 Fax: +34 964 280024 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available. (2) Pilot boards about 1 n mile from Hr entrance. CABODE GATA Vessel Traffic Service DESCRIPTION: This is a voluntary Ship Reporting System. The VTS of Cabo de Gata provides vessels with the information considered necessary to ensure safe passage through the area and for the protection of the environment. The information includes the prevailing navigational conditions, the concentration of fishing vessels in the vicinity of the TSS, the presence of vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre, weather conditions and any other information that a vessel may request in connection with the above, including positional information. CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Almerfa Trafico Gata Trafico VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1074 Telephone: +34 9 50270715 +34 9 50271726 +34 9 50275477 Fax: +349 50270402 HOURS: Ch 16 74: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) All vessels using the Gata Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) may participate in the Reporting System if they so desire. (2) Reports should be made at least 3 n miles before entering the TSS on VHF Chs 16 or 74. VHF Ch 10 may be used in addition at the discretion of the VTS. (3) The information required from vessels entering into the area (GATREP ENTRY) covered by the VTS should be the minimum necessary to ensure the efficient functioning of the system. The report should include the following information: ID Information Required A Vessel's name, call sign and IMO Identification Number C Position (Latitude and Longitude), or D Position (Bearing and distance from a landmark) E Course F Speed G Last port of call I Next port of call P IMO cargo, category and quantity where appropriate Q/R Vessels defects or damage or anything affecting normal navigation 364 365 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) (4) The VTS requires vessels to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF during their passage through the TSS. NOTE: The VTS of Gata is part of the Regional Centre for Rescue and Pollution Control in Almerfa and is in direct contact with the maritime authorities of the area. The Regional Centre for Almerfa is under the authority of the Government Search and Pollution Control Division (SASEMAR). CARBONERAS UNCTAD LOCODE: ES CRS Pilots and Port LOCATION: Pilot Station: 13 n miles N of harbour, at Garrucha. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Garrucha-Carboneras Pilots Telephone: +34619008883 (Mobile) Fax: +34950 133026 E-mail: garrucha@telefonica.net Port E-mail: almeria@apalmeriamotril.com Website: www.almeriamotril.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 12h in advance. (3) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the jetty. CARTAGENA, Spain UNCTAD LOCODE: ES CAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +34968 121225 Fax: +34968 121632 E-mail: pracarta@practicoscartagena.e.telefonica.net Port Control Call: Cartagena Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 12 13 14 Telephone: +34968325800 +34968 325801 +34 968 529594 Fax: +34 968 325837 +34 968 325824 +34 968 529748 E-mail: cpc@apc.es Military Port VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Port Authority Telephone: +34968325800 Fax: +34968325815 E-mail: cartagena@apc.es Website: www.apc.es REPSOL Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 06 Telephone: +34968129200 Fax: +34968 167145 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 12h in advance. (3) Vessels over 500 GT must contact Port Control on VHF Ch 12 at least 2h before arrival at the Landfall Point (LP) (37°32'∙00N 1 °OO'∙OOW), and advise the following inlormation: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) ETA at Cartagena (d) Maximum draught (e) Last port 01 call (f) IMO freight (yes/no) (4) Port Control will advise traffic conditions and mooring/anchorage instructions, and will inform vessels to proceed to the Landfall Point. (5) Vessels must contact Port Control on VHF Ch 12 when 2 miles or 20 mins away from the Landfall Point. Port Control will advise the duty pilot. (6) All vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 12. (7) Departing vessels must advise Port Control on VHF Ch 12, 2h before departure or at least 1 h before completing any manoeuvres or being ready for departure, advising the following information: (a) Destination port and ETA (b) Maximum draught on departure (c) Number 01 persons on board (d) Updated AIS information (8) Port Control will give permission to depart and advise the duty pilot. Vessels should continue to maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 12 and contact pilots on VHF Ch 12,30 mins before commencing manoeuvres. (9) Outbound vessels should report to Port Control on passing the Landfall Point on VHF Ch 12 and then resume listening watch on VHF Ch 16. (10)Vessels under 500 GT must contact Port Control on VHF Chs 12 and 16 before entering or departing from the port, and provide information on their intended manouevres. A continuous listening watch must be maintained on VHF Chs 12 and 16. (
11) Military vessels navigating the waters of the port 01 Cartagena must contact Port Control on VHF Ch 12 and 16 and advise the times of entering or departing from the port. (12) Military vessels requiring a pilot should follow the normal procedures stated in PROCEDURE but use VHF Ch 09 for docking or entering the military channel and VHF Ch 12 when entering or departing from the civilian area. (
13) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) 37°34'∙00N 00059'∙50W (approximately 1∙2 n miles WNWof I. de Escombreras Lt) (b) VLCC/LPG/LNG: 37"33'∙62N 1°00'∙00W NOTES: (1) Vessels experiencing faults, defects or damage on board must inform full details to Port Control who will advise the relevant authorities. (2) Vessels bound for Darsena de Escombreras are to follow the instructions advised by Cartagena Port Control. CASTELL6N UNCTAD LOCODE: ES CAS Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Castell6n Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1374 Telephone: +34607889558 (Mobile) Fax: +34964 737105 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Pilot boards about 1 n mile SE of Castell6n Lt (39°57'∙80N 0°01'∙64E). Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 74 Telephone: +34964737202 Fax: +34964 737105 366 367 Port Authority Telephone: +34 964 281140 Fax: +34964281411 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) E-mail: apcastello@portcastello.com Website: www.portcastello.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Vessels should confirm ETA 2h prior to arrival. Terminal LOCATION: Berthing Platform: 39°S6'']ON 0001'∙6SE; Refinery: 39°S7'∙40N OOOO'∙20E CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +34964647000 Fax: +34902 88478S Operators Telephone: +34964737000 Fax: +34964 73700S HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h (or on departure from previous port) and 24h in advance. (3) Any changes to ETA should be forwarded as soon as possible. The arrival message should include the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) Master's full name (c) ETA (d) Technical details as required by the operators (4) VHF contact with the refinery should be established when within range. (S) A person, appointed by the refinery, will remain onboard all vessels berthing at either the Berthing Platform (Breasting Island) or the Sea Berth, he will be in charge of any ship-to-shore communications. (6) If possible, vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 13. (7) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Platform: O∙S n miles NE of the platform (b) Sea Berths: 39°SS'∙4SN 0003'∙83E (in the tanker anchorage) NOTE: Operators are BP Oil, Castell6n. DENIA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES DNA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +3496 766S03 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +3496 78006S PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over SO tons. (2) A pilot can be requested from GANDiA. (3) Vessels should advise ETA 6h prior to arrival. (4) Pilot boards in position 38°S1'∙6SN 0008'∙S3E. SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) GANOiA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES GAN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +34609666028 (Mobile) +34962860355 (Office) Fax: +34 96 2860355 E-mail: bilboko@telefonica.net Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +34962842901 Fax: +34 96 2842361 E-mail: pgandia@valenciaport.com Website: www.valenciaport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Vessels should contact pilot 2h prior to arrival. 39°00'N 0009'W (3) Pilot boards 1∙5 n miles 060° from the outer breakwater Lt (in the anchorage area). GARRUCHA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES GAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +34619008883 (Mobile) Fax: +34950 133026 E-mail: garrucha@telefonica.net HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 37°11'N 1°49'W (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h and 12h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 37°10'∙60N 1°48'∙70W. MALAGA UNCTAD LOCOOE: ES AGP Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Malaga Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +34952213018 Fax: +34952604112 E-mail: practicosagp@telefonica.net Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 11 Telephone: +34952213018 +34 95 2222117 Fax: +34952604112 +34952125015 Port Authority Telephone: +34952125000 Fax: +34952125010 E-mail: operaciones@puertomalaga.com Website: www.puertomalaga.com 36°42'N 4°25'W 368 369 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels of over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h prior to arrival and confirm ETA 2h and 1 h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards 0∙5 n miles SSE of Dique de Levante breakwater Lt. OTHER STATION IN THE MALAGA AREA: Malaga, Churriana Terminal UNCTAD LOCODE: ES AGP Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Churriana Enpetrol VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 14 HOURS: H24 NOTE: Station is owned and operated by Empresa Nacional Calvo Sotelo and used exclusively for messages between vessels and this company. MOTRIL UNCTAD LOCODE: ES MOT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +34958607285 +34636477115 (Mobile) Fax: +34958 607285 Hr Mr Telephone: +34958601087 Port Authority Telephone: +34958601207 +34958601238 Fax: +34958 601234 E-mail: janocete@apalmeriamotril.com Website: www.apalmeriamotril.com Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance and confirm 2h prior to arrival. (3) Vessels should request pilots when 1 n mile from the port. (
4) Pilot boards in position 36°42'∙18N 3°30'∙92W. PALAMOS UNCTAD LOCODE: ES PAL Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 Telephone: +34972 661418 E-mail: artmarbuil@yahoo.es Port VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +34972314525 Fax: +34972317310 E-mail: port.palamos@gencat.net Website: www.portsgeneralitat.org SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and request for pilots 24h in advance through the agent. (3) Pilot boards approximately 1∙5 n miles from the breakwater. SAGUNTO UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SAG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Sagunto Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +34962681151 Fax: +34 96 2682987 E-mail: practicosagunto@terra.es Port Authority Telephone: +34962699002 Fax: +3496 2680972 E-mail: psagunto@valenciaport.com Website: www.valenciaport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 39°36'∙83N 0° 1 0'∙98W. SAN FELlU DE GUIXOLS UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SFU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +34972 320910 Hr Mr Telephone: +34972320967 Port Telephone: +34972 201549 Fax: +34972 206856 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available between 0700-2400 LT. (2) Vessels should send ETA as soon as possible so that berthing arrangements can be made. (3) Vessels arriving after 2400 LT or when port is congested are anchored outside the breakwater. SANT CARLES DE LA RAplTA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SCR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Sant Caries Rapita Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 11 14 Telephone: +34977 745399 Fax: +34 977 745399 E-mail: practicosdesancarlos@yahoo.es 370 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 500 GT. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA and request for pilots 24h in advance through the agent. (3) Pilot boards approximately 1∙5 n miles from the breakwater. SAGUNTO UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SAG Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Sagunto Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Telephone: +34962681151 Fax: +34 96 2682987 E-mail: practicosagunto@terra.es Port Authority Telephone: +34962699002 Fax: +3496 2680972 E-mail: psagunto@valenciaport.com Website: www.valenciaport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 39°36'∙83N 0° 1 0'∙98W. SAN FELlU DE GUIXOLS UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SFU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 09 Telephone: +34972 320910 Hr Mr Telephone: +34972320967 Port Telephone: +34972 201549 Fax: +34972 206856 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available between 0700-2400 LT. (2) Vessels should send ETA as soon as possible so that berthing arrangements can be made. (3) Vessels arriving after 2400 LT or when port is congested are anchored outside the breakwater. SANT CARLES DE LA RAplTA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SCR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Sant Caries Rapita Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16; 11 14 Telephone: +34977 745399 Fax: +34 977 745399 E-mail: practicosdesancarlos@yahoo.es 370 371 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) Port Telephone: +34977 740059 Fax: +34977 741103 HOURS: HX PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compu1sory. (2) Pilot is informed by agent of vessel's ETA given 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 40
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31'∙30N 0036'∙00E. SITGES UNCTAD LOCODE: ES SIT Port LOCATION: Aiguadolc CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Aiguadolc Puerto VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 09 Telephone: +34 93 8942600 Fax: +3493 8942750 E∙mail: info@portdesitges.com Website: www.portdesitges.com HOURS: HX NOTE: Weather forecast is available on request. TARRAGONA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES TAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Ca
ll: Tarragona Practicos VHF Fr~quency: Ch 16; 1214 Telephone: +34977 240207 Fax: +34977 244744 E-mail: Info@practicosdetarragona.org WebsiJe: www.practicosdetarragona.org Port Control Call: Tarragona Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 74 Telephone: +34977 259425 Fax: +34 977 243634 E-mail: portconlrol@porttarragona.cat REPSOL Terminal VI:lF Frequency: Ch 10 Telephone: +34977559801 +34977 559811 Fax: +34977 559807 E-mail: rptinsmarinas@repsolyp!.com Port Authority Telephone: +34977 259400 Fax: +34977 225499 E-mail: porttarragona@porttarragona.cat Website: www.porttarragona.cat Tugs VHF Frequency: .Ch 14 41 °14'N 1°48'E 41 °05'N 1°13'E SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (ll Pilotage is compulsory, (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA and request for pilols to Port Conlrol 48h and 6h prior to arrival. (3) Reporting: Vessels should make pre-enlry reports as follows: (a) 1 h before arrival at Tarragona porllimils. (b) 2h belore arrival at Tarragona port limits for vessels with dangerous goods. (c) At least 9 n miles belore arrival at Ihe breakwater stating the following inlormation: (i) Vessel's name, flag and call sign (ii) Port of registration (iii) Draught (iv) GT (v) Last port of call (vi) Cargo (vii) IMDG identification (4) Pilot boards in the lollowing positions: (a) Pilot boarding position A: 41°04'∙20N 1°14'∙20E (b) Pilot boarding position B: 41°03'-70N 1°12'∙50E TOflREVIEJA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES TOR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +34 96 5708639 Fax: ∙,∙3496 5708639 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 11 14 Telephone: +34965710234' PROCEDURE: Pilots boards in position 37°57'∙23N 0041'∙18W (within 1 n mile 01 Dique de Levante Lt). VALENCIA UNCTAD LOCODE: ES VLC Pilots and Pori CONTACT DETAILS: Pitots Call: Valencia Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 14 Telephone: +34 963670627 Fax: +34 96 3679188 E-mail: administracion@practicosvalencia.com Port Telephone: +34 963230991 +34963674391 Fax: +34 96 3233272 +34 96 3672752 E-mail: apv@valenciaport.com Website: www.valenciaport.com Elf Aquitaine Terminal Call: Valencia Elf Aquitaine RT Frequency (kHz): 3306 3325 4868 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards in position 39°24'∙82N 0° 17'∙00W. -
372 373 SPAIN (Mediterranean Coast) VILANOVA I LA GELTRU UNCTAD LOCODE: ES VLG 41 °13'N 1°44'E Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots Call: Vilanova i La Geltru Practicos VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +34629612687 Port Telephone: +34938155219 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot will be informed by agent of vessel's ETA given 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boards in position 41 ° 11'∙44N 1°43'∙82E. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Ministry of Transport, Maritime Administration Directorate. Tel: +249(0)31 182560 Fax: +249(0)31 1821276 Mob: +249(0)91 2310997 E-mail: smac022@yahoo.com SUDAN BASHAYER HARBOUR MARINE TERMINAL (MARSA AIN HAREES) 19°24'N 37°19'E Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots PV VHF Frequency: Ch 10 (0700-1200 & 1400-1700 LT) Telephone: +249(0)311838007 (0700-1200 & 1400-1700 LT) +249(0)912310394 (Mobile, 0700-1900 LT) E-mail: pilots.portsudan@gnpoc.com VHF Frequency: Ch 10 (0700-1900 LT) Marine Supervisor Telephone: +249(0)912310392 (Mobile, 0700-1900 LT) +249(0)311838007 (0700-1200 & 1400-1700 LT) E-mail: omarine.portsudan@gnpoc.com Marine Terminal Fax: +249(0)137032869 SPM Base VHF Frequency: Ch 10 (When a vessel is loading at the SPM) HOURS: H24 (Berthing HJ only) PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 7 days, 5 days, 72h, 48h, 24h and 12h prior to arrival. (3) Any changes in ETA of more than 2h are to be notified. (4) On arrival off Port Sudan, vessels are required to contact Port Sudan Signal Station on VHF Ch 14 to obtain pilot boarding time if known, together with further instructions. (5) Channel Pilot boarding times commence between 0600 and 0700 LT depending on the time of year. (6) Pilot boards in the following positions: (a) Channel Pilot: 19°35'∙50N 37"16'∙00E (b) SPM Pilot: 3 n miles N of the SPM. This pilot boarding position is used as the 'handover' with the Channel Pilot. NOTE: Terminal is operated by the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (GNPOC). SUDAN PORT SUDAN UNCTAD LOCODE: SO PZU Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 14 Port Control Call: Port Sudan Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1419 Telephone: +249(0)311 820544 Fax: +249(0)311 820544 E-mail: spcp31@sudanports.gov.sd Port Authority Telephone: +249(0)311 822061 Fax: +249(0)311 822258 Telex: +98470012 RASMINA SO Website: www.sudanports.gov.sd HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. Pilotage is available H24 for vessels up to 198m LOA and HJ for vessels over 198m LOA. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Call sign (c) Nationality (d) Dimensions (e) Destination berth (f) Services required (3) Vessels approaching the harbour are requested to maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 14 to receive instructions and to request pilot services from the Port Control (before reaching 2 n miles from the harbour). The watch should be maintained whilst at anchor outside the port and until the pilot has boarded. (4) All vessel movements within the harbour are strictly controlled and masters of vessels departing or shifting berth should obtain permission from Port Control on VHF Ch 14 before leaving their berth. (5) Vessels should maintain watch on VHF Ch 14 from 2h before ETD until clear of the harbour. (6) Pilot boards in position 19°36'∙00N 37"15'∙30E (about 1 n mile E of the harbour entrance). TERMINAL IN THE PORT SUDAN AREA: AI Khair Oil Terminal UNCTAD LOCODE: SO PZU Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 06 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in position 19°36'∙00N 37"15'∙30E (about 1 n mile E of Port Sudan harbour entrance). Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 67 68 Telephone: +249(0)311 824892 +249(0)249 912361085 (Mobile) Fax: +249(0)311 824892 E-mail: damadama4@yahoo.com Port Control VHF Frequency: Ch 14 374 375 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: SUDAN (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to the Terminal Manager via e-mail, fax, or via agent, 48h prior to arrival. (2) Vessels may berth HJ only, unberthing H24. SAwAKIN (OSMAN OIGNA PORT) UNCTAD LOCODE: SO SWA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +249(0}311 822802 Fax: +249(0}311 822801 E-mail: spcp81@sudanports.gov.sd Website: www.sudanports.gov.sd HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is available H24. (2) Pilot boards in position 19°08'∙60N 37"24'∙00E (2 n miles E of the entrance). GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: General Directorate of Ports, Planning Department. Telephone: +963(0}41 479041 Fax: +963(0}41 475805 Mobile: +963(0)92 848667 E-mail: danco@net.sy COMMUNICATION: (I) Vessels calling at Syrian ports should communicate the following information through a Syrian CRS when 50 n miles off the Syrian coast: (a) Vessel's name (and former name, il any) (b) Nationality (c) Characteristics (i.e. type of vessel) (d) Position and time (e) Maritime passage to port of call (f) Speed (2) Vessels calling at Syrian ports should also contact the appropriate pilot station or signal tower when entering Syrian territorial waters stating: (a) Vessel's name (b) Nationality (c) Nature of cargo (d) ETA at the waiting zone AL LAoHIO;VAH (LATIAOUIE) UNCTAD LOCODE: SY ALD Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilot Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 HOURS:HI6 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 1000 tons and is available 0600-2200. (2) All anchored vessels awaiting a berth should maintain listening watch on VHF Ch 16 from 0600-0900 and 1800-2100 for berthing instructions. (3) Pilot boards 1-5 n miles WSW of the breakwater head. NOTE: Provides pilotage for Sorj Islam. , I I , I 1-
L SYRIA Port CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +963(0)41 476452 +963(0)41 473160 Fax: +963(0)41 475760 E-mail: latlakiaport@lattakiaport.com Website: www.latlakiaport.com BANIVAs TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: SY BAN fO'('I\)~N''it..S 1<:Jl,MltJt>.C' See f'o.'!Ie "3,+t;~ TARTOS (TARTOUS) UNCTAD LOCODE: SY ITS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHHrequency: Ch16;111314 Telephone: +963(0)43 225150 +963 (0)43 313752 Fax: +963(0)43 315602 Website: www.tartousport.com Hr Mr Telephone: +963(0)43316561 Container Terminal Telephone: +963(0)43 328882 Fax: +963(0)43 328831 E-mail: info@ictsi.sy Website: www.ictsi-sy.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilol boards in position 34'S4'∙6SN 3S'49"3SE (1∙S n miles W of the harbour entrance). TERMINAL IN THE TARTOS AREA: Tartus Oil Terminal UNCTAD LOCODE: SY ITS Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +963(0)43711300 +963(0)43 711301 +963(0)43 711302 +963(0)43711303 Fax: +963(0)43 710418 Telex: +492470008 SCOT SY E-mail: scot50@scs'net.org Websile: www.scol-syria.com 376 SYRIA BANIVAs (BANIAS) UNCTAD LOCODE: SY BAN Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Baniyas Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 Telephone: +963(0)43711300 +963(0)43711301 +963(0)43711302 +963(0)43 711303 Fax: +963(0)43 710416 Telex: +492470006 SCOT SY E-mail: scot50@scs-net.org Website: www.scot-syria.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Berthlng takes place HJ only, unberthing H24. 35°14'N 35°56'E (3) Within 6h 01 clearing its last port, vessels bound for the terminal must advise the following information via fax: (a) Vessel's name (b) Destination port (c) Summer DWT (d) Arrival draught (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA to terminal and agent (preferably by fax) 72h, 48h, 24h, 12h and 4h in advance. The notices should contain the following Inlormation: (a) 72h, 46h and 24h notices: (i) Vessel's name (ii) ETA (iii) Quantity of cargo required and maximum draught on departure/arrival (24h notice only) (iv) Cargo quality and grade (v) Maximum rate of loading/discharging (vi) SWL of derrick capacity (vii) Specific gravity and temperature (viii) NRT and arrival draught (b) 12h notice: (i) Vessel's name (ii) ETA (c) 4h notice (via VHF): (i) Vessel's name (ii) Precise time of arrival (4) Vessels should contact the terminal on VHF Ch 16 when at least 2h from arrival at the pilot boarding position . . ) Vessels shoufd maintain a continuous listening watch on VHF Chs 16 and 13. \0) Pilot boards in position 35°12'∙B2N 35°54'∙40E (0∙5 n miles NW of Marqab Lt buoy). 377 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Berthing takes place HJ only, unberthing H24 SYRIA (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 4h prior to arrival, stating discharge port and quantity of cargo required. (4) Vessels should contact the oil terminal at least 2h before arrival at the anchorage area to obtain berthing instruclions. (5) Vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on VH F Ch 16. (6) Pilot boards in position 34°5?'∙00N 35°49'∙75E. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Tanzania Ports Authority. Telephone: +255(0)22 2111283 Fax: +255(0)22 2132470 Mobile: +255(0)744 786382 E-mail: cos@tanzaniaports.com Website: www.tanzaniaports.com OAR ES SALAAM UNCTAD LOCODE: TZ DAR Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 12 14 16 HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage Is compulsory for all vessels over 200 NRT. (2) Pilot boards in the following positions: 6°50'S 39°18'E (a) Dares Salaam: 6°46'∙72S 39°19'∙1BE (1∙3 n miles NWof Makatumbe Island Ught) (b) Mjimwema Terminal: 2 n miles E of Makatumbe Island Light. Port CONTACT DETAILS: Signal Station Call: Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 12 16 Container Terminal Telephone: +255(0)222134056 Fax: +255(O}222134019 E-mail: ticts@ticts.com Port Authority Telephone: +255(0)222113642 +255(0)222110401 Fax: +255(0)22 2113646 E-mail: pmdsm@tanzaniaports.com Website: www.tanzaniaports.com Tugs VHFFrequency: Ch 1216 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h and 36h in advance. (2) Vessels bound for Mjimwema Terminal should call the Signal Station on VHF Ch 12 when within 20 n miles, and maintain a listening watch on VHF Ch 12. MTWARA UNCTAD LOCODE: TZ MYW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port Telephone: +255(0)232333125 Fax: +255(0)232333153 E-mail: pmmtwara@lanzaniaports.com Website: www.tanzaniaports.com 10
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11'∙20E). TANGA 5°03'S 39°08'E UNCTAD LOCODE: TZTGT Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available HJ only. (2) Vessels should send ETA via agent at least 2h in advance of arrival at the pilot, boarding position. (3) Pilot board s in the vicinity of Ulenge Bn on Ras Kazone Us leading line. Deep-
draught vessels may request a pilot in a position approximately 1 n mile SE of U buoy No 1 (5°04'∙10S 39°13'∙70E). Port LOCATION: Ras Kazone CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Signal Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +255(0)27 2643078 +255(0)27 2643354 Fax: +255(0)272642360 E-mail: pmtanga@tanzaniaports.com Website: www.tanzaniaports.com HOURS: H24 ZANZIBAR UNCTAD LOCODE: TZ ZNZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 13 RT Frequency (kHz): 8297∙9 Telephone: +255(0)2432857 Telegraph: PORTOFF ZANZIBAR 6°09'S 39°11'E Agent (Zanzibar National Shipping and Agency Corporation) Call: ZANSAC VHF Frequency: Ch 14 HOURS: Port: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. (3) Vessels should contact the signal station 4h before arrival at the pilot boarding area. (4) For night pilotage, vessels should contact the signal station 6h before arrival at the pilot boarding area. (5) Pilot boards southbound vessels near Seagull Shoal and northbound vessels near Mtwana Lt buoy. 378 379 GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Capitainerie du Port Autonome de Lome. Telephone: +228 2274742 Fax: +228 2274169 Mobile: +228 9047089 Telex: +977 5243 E-mail: doungbeaffo@togoport.tg Website: www.togoport.tg KPEME UNCTAD LOCODE: TG KPE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kpeme Pilot Station Kpeme Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 1213 Telephone: +2282213901 Fax: +228217105 +228217152 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. TOGO 6°12'N 1°31'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h and 24h in advance. (3) Pilot boarding: Port limits are within a 1 n mile radius of the end of the jetty and the pilot boards outside of these limits. LOME UNCTAD LOCODE: TG LFW Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 Telephone: +2282274742 +2282273391 +228 2273392 Fax: +228 2270818 +228 2272627 E-mail: togoport@togoport.tg Website: www.togoport.tg Tugs VHF Frequency: Ch 12 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 6°08'N 1°17'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 300 GT and is available H24. (2) Vessels sailing between 0000-0600 LT must give written notice by 2200 LT at the latest. (3) Tugs are compulsory for vessels over 500 GT (two tugboats are compulsory for vessels over 10 000 GT). (4) Vessels should send arrival notification and request for pilots, as soon as possible stating: (a) ETA (b) Vessel's length (c) Draught (d) Quantity of cargo to be handled (e) Number of stevedore gangs required (I) Dangerous cargo on board (5) Vessels awaiting pilots must anchor 0∙5 to 1∙0 n mile SSW of the Main Breakwater. (6) Pilot boards in position 6°0T∙32N 1°17'∙52E. TRISTAN DA CUNHA GROUP (UK) GOUGH ISLAND Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 40
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19'S 9°53'W Vessels may communicate with Gough Island by RT on request. NOTE: Gough Island communicates daily with Tristan Radio on 6230 kHz between 0900-1500 UTC (Mon-Fri) and 1600-1700 UTC (Sat-Sun). TRISTAN ISLAND Port CONTACT DETAILS: Hr Mr VHF Frequency: Ch 1673 Port Authority VHF Frequency: Ch 09 16 Tristan Radio Call: Tristan Radio (ZOE) VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1478 RT Frequency (kHz): 400041496230 8294 Telephone: +44(0)2030142034 (office hours) +44(0)2030145024 (AOH) E-mail: trislan.radio@yahoo.co.uk HOURS: VHF: H24 RT: 0900-1500 Mon-Fri PROCEDURE: Vessels should advise ETA 10 Tristan Radio 48h prior to arrival. NOTE: Tristan Radio acts as Port Control for the island. TUNISIA GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: Merchant Marine and Ports Office. Telephone: +216 71 737556 Fax: +216 71 738520 Mobile: +216 98333089 Telex: +409 15386 E-mail: dir.spg@ommp.nat.tn ASHTART OIL TERMINAL UNCTAD lOCO DE: TN ASH Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAilS: Call: Ashlart Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 06 09 Telephone: +216742873400 Fax: +216742874102 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory, berthing is HJ. 37°08'S 12°16'W 34°18'N 11°22'E (2) Notice of ETA: Owners should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance to the managing authority (SEREPT, Sfax). (3) Pilot boards in anchorage area (3 n miles S of the Terminal). 380 381 BIZERTE UNCTAD LOCODE: TN BIZ Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 Hr Mr Fax: +21672 420547 Port VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 14 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 16371743 Telephone: +21672433748 +216 72 436355 Fax: +216 72 433686 E-mail: port.bizerte@ommp.nat.tn Website: www.ommp.nat.tn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: TUNISIA 37°17'N g054'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 300 GT, and is available H24 (tankers HJ only). (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Messages shall include the following information: (
a) Draught (b) GT and NRT (c) LOA (4) Pilot boards 1 n mile ENE of the outer detached breakwater. DIDON TERMINAL Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 1617 Telephone: +21698727302 Fax: +21698 727302 Operators Telephone: +21671 942444 Fax: +216 71 942333 E-mail: mp.zarat@planet.tn HOURS: HJ PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 33°47'N 11 °53'E (2) Notice of ETA: ETA should be passed to the operators via fax (+216 71 942333), 7 days, 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. (3) The ETA message should include the following information: (
a) Size of vessel (b) Master's name (c) Date of Charter Party (d) Destination port after loading (4) Pilot boards in position 33°47'∙00N 11 °53'∙60E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by M.P. Zarat Ltd, Tunis. GHANNOUCH (GABES) UNCTAD LOCODE: TN GAE Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 15 17 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 1743 Telephone: +21675270373 Fax: +21675274855 E-mail: port.gabes@ommp.nat.tn Websile: www.ommp.nat.tn 33°55'N 10
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19'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 100 GT and is available H24 (tankers and ore carriers HJ). (2) Pilot boards 0∙25 n miles E of the Fairway Lt buoy, or, by agreement, in the harbour. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 1214 La Goulette Port Telephone: +21671 735300 Fax: +216 71 735812 E-mail: port.lunis-goulette@ommp.naUn Website: www.ommp.nat.ln Rades Port Telephone: +21671 449300 Fax: +216 71 449263 E-mail: port.rades@ommp.nat.tn Website: www.ommp.nat.tn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 12h in advance. (2) Vessels in Canal de Tunis should mainlain a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch10. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Transmits traffic lists at 0005 0405 0605 1005 1305 1605 1905 2105. LA SKHIRRA UNCTAD LOCODE: TN LSK Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Trapsa Radio VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 12 14 Port Authority Telephone: +21674295453 +21674295082 Fax: +21674295426 Telex: +40940811 TRASK TN PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory and is available H24. 34°18'N 10
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09'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 48h and 24h in advance. (3) Messages should be sent to RAPETROL, La Skhirra. (4) Pilot boards 1-2 n miles S of the terminal. 382 383 RADES UNCTAD LOCODE: TN RDS Pilots and Port NOTE: For details see LA GOULETIE, including Rades. SFAX UNCTAD LOCODE: TN SFA Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: TUNISIA (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 100 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the dredged channel Entrance Lt buoys. Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1214 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 1743 Port Captain Telephone: +21674225040 Fax: +21674220826 Port Authority Telephone: +216 74 497644 Fax: +21674497102 E-mail: port.sfax@ommp.nat.tn Website: www.ommp.nat.tn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 4h in advance. (2) Vessels intending to enter at night should send confirmation to Hr Mr at least 1 h before sunset. INFORMATION BROADCASTS: Transmits traffic lists at 0430 0505 0705 0830 1530 1605 1805 and 1930. SOUSSE UNCTAD LOCODE: TN SUS Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 RT Frequency (kHz): 2182; 1743 Telephone: +21673224401 +21673 225755 Fax: +216 73 224923 E-mail: port.sousse@ommp.nat.tn Website: www.ommp.nat.tn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for vessels over 100 GT and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards 1 n mile from the port. TUNISIA ZARZIS UNCTAD LOCODE: TN ZAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +21675694790 Fax: +21675 694485 E-mail: port.zarzis@ommp.naUn Website: www.ommp.naUn HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. 33°29'N 11 °08'E (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 48h and 24h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boards in the anchorage area. TURKEY See diagram BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS. GENERAL NOTES ISPS DESIGNATED AUTHORITY: General Directorate for Maritime Affairs, Port and Coastal Facilities Department. Telephone: +90(0)312 2321249 Fax: +90(0)312 2313306 Mobile: +90(0)505 2301667 Telex: +607 44144 E-mail: nihatasan@denizcilik.gov.tr Website: www.denizcilik.gov.tr PILOTAGE: Pilotage is compulsory for all ports in Marmara Denizi. ALANYA UNCTAD LOCODE: TR ALA Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +90(0)2425133996 Fax: +90(0)2425113598 E-mail: info@alanyaseaport.com Website: www.alanyaseaport.com HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 36°32'N 32°00'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels of 150 GT and over. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA to pilots 24h in advance, with confirmation or amendment not less than 4h prior to arrival. (3) Pilot boa rds 1 n mile S of the jetty. ALlAGA, PETKIM TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: TR All Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Petkim Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +90(0)2326161240 (ex 3124) Fax: +90(0)2326161240 (ex 3124) +90(0)232 6163653 E-mait: pilot@petkim.com.tr Website: www.petkim.com.tr 38°47'N 26°56'E 384 w ex> U1 UKRAINE MOLDOVA ROMANIA ( 30' • Mykolayiv (Nikolaev) d. Port Yuzhne .~_, __ O~c./haklv U K R A I N E 'V"~ ~ ......... ~~. Kherson ~: Yalta B LAC K Bartin Limani Zonguldak Eregli inebolu 35'E Feodosiya SEA Sinop TU RKEY 30' 35'E Mariupol' Berdyans'k OF AZOV Novorossiysk Tuapse Samsun Fatsa Ordu . Giresun Esplye 40' BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV PORTS See Bulgaria Georgia Romania Russia Turkey Ukraine Sochi 45'N Kulevi Poti & Supsa Terminal Batumi Hopa Rize Trabzon 40' 60lS0180 <;OOA Sl~Od\f3S~18(£)9A TURKEY HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance through the Agent. (3) Vessels should confirm ETA 1 h prior to arrival at the pilot boarding position and confirm ETD 1 h prior to departure. (4) Tug assistance is compulsory for dangerous cargo vessels over 1000 GT and general cargo vessels over 2000 GT. (5) Pilot boards in position 38°46'∙70N 26°54'∙90E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by Petkim Petrokimya Holding A.$. ALlAGA, TUPRAS TERMINAL UNCTAD LOCODE: TA All Pilots and Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Pilots E-mail: kilavuzluk@izmir.tupras.com.tr Communications Centre VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 1314 Telephone: +90(0)2326161250 (Switchboard) Fax: +90(O}232 6162249 +90(O}232 6161249 +90(0)232 6162383 Telex: +607 517041RAF TR +60751708 TPRA TR Port Authority E-
mail: marbas@izmir.tupras.com.tr Website: www.tupras.com.tr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h and 24h in advance. Messages should include the following information: (a) GT (b) DWT (c) Draught (loaded) (d) LOA (3) Pilot boards in position 38°51'∙00N 26°56'∙00E. NOTE: Terminal is owned and operated by Turkish Petroleum Refineries Corporation (TUPRAS). AMBARLI UNCTAD LOCODE: TR AMB Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Pilot Station VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +90(0)212 8754050 +90(0)2128754051 +90(0)2128754052 +90(0)5425261265 (Mobile) Fax: +90(0)212 8754053 +90(0)2128753952 E-mail: arpaskule@arpas-pilotaj.com.tr Office Telephone: +90(0)2128753810 Fax: +90(0)2128753312 +90(0)2128754064 +90(0)212 8754280 E-mail: info@arpas-pilotaj.com.tr Website: www.arpas-pilotaj.com.tr 386 387 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: TURKEY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for foreign vessels over 500 GT and is ordered via vessel's agent. (2) Pi I ot boa rd s in position 40
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55' ∙60N 28
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40' ∙65E. NOTE: Pilotage is operated by Ambarli Riimorkaj Pilotaj Ticaret A.$. (ARPA$) Port CONTACT DETAILS: HrMr Telephone: +90(0)212 8756848 (Office) +90(0)5422438226 (Mobile) +90(0)5323950340 (Mobile) Fax: +90(0)2128756849 Ak~ansa Cement Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2128752700 Fax: +90(0)2128742722 Website: www.akcansa.com.tr Ambarli Shipowners Port (ARMAPORT) Telephone: +90(0)212 8754526 Fax: +90(0)212 8754523 Anadolu Cement Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2128752745 Fax: +90(0)2128752752 Kumport Terminal Telephone: +90(0)212 8752761 Fax: +90(0)2128752760 E-mail: kumport@kumport.com.tr Website: www.kumport.com.tr Aygaz Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2128762300 Fax: +90(0)2128762331 Website: www.aygaz.com.tr BP Oil Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2125911506 +90(0)2125919435 +90(0)2126952837 Fax: +90(0)2125911505 EUAS Oil Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2125919519 Fax: +90(0)212 5910139 Marda~ Port Telephone: +90(0)212 8752732 Fax: +90(0)212 8752738 POAS Oil Terminal Telephone: +90(0)2125919519 Fax: +90(0)2125910139 Soyak Port Telephone: +90(0)212 8753200 Fax: +90(0)2128753203 Total Offshore Platform Telephone: +90(0)2123297000 Fax: +90(0)2123297006 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should advise ETA via agent 48h, 24h and 12h before arrival. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details of the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and Reporting System (TOBRAP), see QANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS). TURKEY ANTALYA UNCTAD LOCODE: TR AYT Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 12 Telephone: +90(0)242 2481492 Fax: +90(0)242 2483346 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all foreign vessels and Turkish vessels over 300 GT and is available H24. (2) Berthing at the dry bulk berths is H24 and at the tanker berths HJ. (3) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 24h in advance. The message should include the following information: (a) Vessel's name (b) GT and draught (c) Position at which pilot is required (d) Destination (e) Name of agent (4) Pilot boards about 3 cables NE of the breakwater U. NOTE: The Port Authority is the Turkish Maritime Operations (TDi). BANDIRMA UNCTAD LOCODE: TR BDM Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 14; 12131416 Telephone: +90(0)2667134966 +90(0)2667187530 Fax: +90(0)2667136011 E-mail: bandirmaliman@tcdd.gov.tr Website: www.tcdd.gov.trniman/bandirma.htm HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA at least 24h in advance to the Hr Authorities stating: (a) Nationality (b) Cargo (c) Last port of call (3) Pilot boards at the harbour entrance. NOTE: Port Authority is Turkish State Railways (TCDD). Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details of the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and Reporting System (TOBRAP), see QANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS). BARTIN LiMANI UNCTAD LOCODE: TR BTN Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 Telephone: +90(0)3782385851 Fax: +90(0)3782385851 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory. (2) Pilot boards in the Outer Harbour Anchorage Area. 388 389 BODRUM UNCTAD LOCODE: TR BXN Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: TAL47 VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 11 72 73 Telephone: +90(0)2523161860 Fax: +90(0)2523161406 HOURS: April-Oct: 0600-1900 Nov-March: 0700-1600 (except Sun) NOTE: Port operated by T.C. Turizm Bankasi A.S. BORUSAN JETIV Port CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 PROCEDURE: TURKEY Pilotage is not compulsory but a private pilot is available on request. NOTE: Jetty operated jointly by Borusan Ihracat Ithalat Dagitim A.S .• Borusan Gemlik Boru Tesisleri A.S. and Boru Nakliyat Ve Ticaret A.S. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details of the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and Reporting System (TOBRAP). see yANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS). BOTA~ LNG TERMINAL, Marmara Denizi UNCTAD LOCODE: TR MAR Pilots and Port CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bota ~ LNG Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 23 Telephone: +90(0)2826130250 Fax: +90(0)282 6336933 +90(0)2826130258 E-mail: botaslng@tr.net Website: www.botas.gov.tr Harbour Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 09 PROCEDURE: (1) Notice of ETA: Vessels are required to advise ETA 48h. 24h. 6h and 1 h prior to arrival at the terminal. (2) Vessels carrying LNG are required to embark two pilots for passage through yanakkale Bogazi to Bota ~ (see yANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS)). (3) Bota~ LNG Terminal Pilot embarks and disembarks at the Mehmet~ik Pilot Boarding Station. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: For details of the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and Reporting System (TOBRAP). see yANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS). TURKEY BOTA~ TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani UNCTAD LOCODE: TR BOT Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bota~ Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 1622 Fax: +90(0)3226392463 E-mail: botas.pilot@botas.gov.tr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: 36°53'N 35°56'E (1) Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards in position 36°49'∙50N 35°57'∙00E (about 2∙3 n miles S of the Bota~ Oil Terminal). NOTE: Also provides pilotage for the BOTA$ Oortyol Oil Terminal and Ceyhan Marine Terminal. Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Bota~ Terminal VHF Frequency: Ch 1622 Telephone: +90(0)3226392465 Fax: +90(0)3226392480 Website: www.botas.gov.tr HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: Notice of ETA: Vessels should send ETA 72h, 48h, 24h and 4h in advance. NOTE: Terminal is operated by BOTA$ Pipeline Corporation. OTHER STATIONS USING BOTA$ PILOTS: BOTA~ Dortyol Oil Terminal, Dortyol UNCTAD LOCODE: TR OYL Pilots and Terminal NOTE: Pilotage is provided by Bota~ Pilots. For details see BOTA$ TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16 22 Telephone: +90(0)3267445577 Fax: +90(0)3267445584 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage is compulsory for berthing and unberthing and is available H24 (except for vessels over 30 000 OWT, berthing HJ only). (2) Pilot boards in position 36°48'∙20N 36°06'∙00E. NOTE: Terminal is operated by BOTA$ Pipeline Corporation. Ceyhan Marine Terminal, Ceyhan Limani (BTC Terminal) UNCTAD LOCODE: TR CEY Pilots and Terminal NOTE: 36°52'N 35°55'E Pilotage is provided by Bota~ Pilots. For details see BOTA$ TERMINAL, Ceyhan Limani. CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 1671 Telephone: +90{O)3223551700 Fax: +90{O)322 6392294 Website: www.botasint.com ----
390 391 HOURS: H24 PROCEDURE: TURKEY (1) Pilotage is compulsory for berthing and unberthing and is available H24. (2) Pilot boards in position 36°49'∙50N 35°57"00E (about 2∙3 n miles S of the BOTA~ Oil Terminal). NOTE: Terminal is operated by BOTA~ International Lld (BIL). CANAKKALE AKCANSA CEMENT TERMINAL Pilots CONTACT DETAILS: VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 10 PROCEDURE: Pilotage is compulsory. Vessel Traffic Service NOTE: 39°53'N 26°09'E For details of the Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and Reporting System (TOBRAP). see CANAKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS). Terminal CONTACT DETAILS: Telephone: +90(0)2866587200 Fax: +90(0)286 6287210 Website: www.akcansa.com.tr NOTE: Terminal is operated by Ak9ansa Cimento Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S. CA~AKKALE BOGAZI AND iSTANBUL BOGAZI (DARDANELLES AND BOSPORUS) 40
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38'N 27°57'E See diagram TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS). Index of Diagrams. See diagram CANAKKALE BOGAZI (THE DARDANELLES). TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TOBRAP). See diagram iSTANBUL BOGAZI (THE BOSPORUS), TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TOBRAP). Pilots PROCEDURE: (1) Pilotage through the Straits is not compulsory. However, the Turkish Authorities strongly advise the use of a pilot in these waterways because of strong currents and high density of traffic. All vessels passing through the Straits with or without a pilot should have an istanbul agent nominated for payment of taxes and fees. (2) Pilotage is compulsory for the following areas: (a) Canakkale Karanlik Liman (b) izmit KOrfezi (c) Port of Galata and inner port of istanbul (d) Selviburnu and Cubuklu oil installations in istanbul Bogazi (e) Anchorages at Dolmabahge (3) Request for pilots should be sent as part of Sailing Plan 1 (SP1) and Sailing Plan 2 (SP2). See Vessel Traffic Service and Reporting System (TOBRAP). REPORTING. (4) Vessels should maintain a listening watch on the VHF working frequency of the relevant working sector during passage or at anchorage within the Turkish Straits VTS (TSVTS) area. (5) Vessels stopped or anchored in the Straits should report their position to the relevant VTS sector. Aegean Sea ~. 26° TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) Index of Diagrams CD QANAKKALE BOGAZI (THE DARDANELLES) ® iSTANBUL BOGAZI (THE BOSPORUS) ---YTS Sector Limits (» PR Position Report «» Reporting Point QANAKKALE YTS See DiagramG) 2 Marmara Ereglisi 28° I SECTOR MARMARA Black Sea See Diagram@) SECTOR PR9TORKELI SECTOR ~A ---M'ANDILI iSTANBUL YTS Gemlik Mudanya Izmit 40° 30° w CD W ( ( I ----------,-----------r---~r_--~----~----, 26∙00' OS' 10' 15' 20' 25' 40' 45' 27"00' Marmara Oenizi ~' ~ SECTOR GELlBOLU VHF CH 11 20' 20' Aegean Sea 15' 15' 05' 40∙ ~O' MehmetQik Lt 'I< SECTOR KUMKALE VHFCH 13 20' 25' SECTOR NARA VHF CH 12 30' 35 CD QANAKKALE BOGAZI (THE DARDANELLES) TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TOSRAP) 40' ---
VTS Sector Limits ---Traffic Separation Scheme 0> PR Position Report «» Reporting Point 45' 50' 55' 27"00' 10' 05' 40∙ 00' 55' 20' 15' 10' 05' 50' 55' 29°00' ® iSTANBUL BOGAZI (THE BOSPORUS) TURKISH STRAITS VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE (TSVTS) & REPORTING SYSTEM (TOBRAP) ---
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VTS Sector Limits ---Traffic Separation Scheme (» PR Position Report «» Reporting Point , , , 05' , , , yPR , , , \ Embarkation '(I) I ---
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PR , // , / V / , / , // , \ \J VHFCH14 \ \ \OCD f? e:, Marmara Oenizi 55' 29°00' 05' 394 10' 15' Black Sea 10' SECTOR TORKELI VHF CH 11 15' 20' 15' 10' 05' 41° 00' 55' 395 TURKEY (6) Vessels over 200m LOA or over 15m draught are advised to pass through the Straits during daylight hours. (7) Pilol boards as follows: (a) N entrance of istanbul Bogazi: 3 n miles NNE of Qali Burnu Lt (41°12'∙30N 29°06'∙70E) (Pilot disembarks in position 3 n miles NE of FiI Burnu Lt (41 °INON 29°0T∙OOE) (b) S Entrance of istanbul Bogazi: 5 n miles S of Ahirkapi Lt (41°00'-40N 28°59'∙20E) (Pilot disembarks in position 5 n miles SW of Ahirkapi Lt) (c) In position 40
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59'∙50N 29°01'∙20E (for Haydarpa~a (inci Burnu)) (d) N Entrance of Qanakkale Bogazi: 3 n miles NE of Gelibolu Lt (40
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24'∙60N 26°41'∙00E) (Pilot disembarks in position 2∙5 n miles ENE of Gelibolu Lt) (e) S Entrance of Qanakkale Bogazi: 3 n miles SW of Mehmet9ik Lt (40
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02'∙70N 26°10'∙50E) (Pilot disembarks in position 2∙5 n miles WSW of Mehmet9ik Lt) Kavak Pilot Station (Northern entrance to istanbul Bogazi) LOCATION: 41 °10'∙6N 29°04'∙40E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Kavak Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Telephone: +90(0)2122420494 +90(0)212 2420374 Fax: +90(0)2122421607 HOURS: H24 istanbul Pilot Station (Southern entrance to istanbul Bogazi) LOCATION: 40
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59'∙60N 29°01'∙00E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: istanbul Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Telephone: +90(0)216 5530533 HOURS: H24 Gelibolu Pilot Station (Northern entrance to Canakkale Bogazi) LOCATION: 40
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24'∙50N 29°40'∙95E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Gelibolu Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Telephone: +90(0)2865661612 Fax: +90(0)286 5661611 HOURS: H24 Mehmet~ik Pilot Station (Southern entrance to Canakkale Bogazi) LOCATION: 40
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02'∙57N 26° 11'∙42E CONTACT DETAILS: Call: Qanakkale Pilot VHF Frequency: Ch 16; 71 Telephone: +90(0)2868620006 Fax: +90(0)2868620138 HOURS: H24 Vessel Traffic Service and Reporting System (TUBRAP) AREA: This Reporting System (TOBRAP) covers the VTS area of the Turkish Straits and the Sea of Marmara. DESCRIPTION: (1) TOBRAP is a Reporting System which includes Sailing Plan I, Sailing Plan 2, Position Report, Call Point Report, and Marmara Report (MAR RAP) for the VTS area. (2) Vessels navigating within the VTS area should continuously monitor the broadcasts of the VTS and follow the instructions, recommendations and warnings concerning the safety of navigation, life, property and the environment. (3) Two VTS Centres (VTSCs) are located in the TSVTS area, each controlling various sectors: (a) istanbul Bogazi VTSC (b) Qanakkale Bogazi VTSC TURKEY PROCEDURE: (1) The following are defined as Active Participant Vessels, and shall comply with the TOBRAP Reporting System: (a) All vessels carrying dangerous cargoes (b) All vessels of 20m LOA and over (2) The following are defined as Passive Participant Vessels: (a) Vessels less than 20m LOA (b) Local traffic vessels navigating within the VTS area (3) Passive Participant Vessels do not need to report; however, these vessels must maintain a continuous listening watch on the relevant sector VHF Channel and follow instructions provided by the VTSC. (4) All vessels should maintain a continuous listening watch on the VHF Sector Channel that they are navigating or at anchorage within. REPORTING: (1) Sailing Plan 1 (SP1): ID A B C F G H I J 0 P Q T U W X (a) Masters, owners or agents of vessels carrying dangerous cargo or vessels of 500 GT and over should submit a written Sailing Plan 1 (SP1) to the relevant VTS Centre (VTSC) at least 24h prior to entry into the Turkish Straits (b) Masters, owners or agents of vessels between 200m and 30 Om LOA and/or vessels with a draught over 15m should submit a written SP1 at least 48h prior to entry (c) Owners or operators of vessels over 300m LOA; vessels propelled by nuclear power; and vessels carrying nuclear cargo or nuclear waste must provide information regarding their characteristics and cargo to the Administration during the planning stage of the voyage. The Turkish Straits Vessel Traffic Service (TSVTS) and, if necessary, the Administration, based upon this data, shall inform the relevant vessel's owner, operator or Master, of any requirements and recommendations necessary to ensure a safe passage through the Turkish Straits. These vessels must submit a written SP1 at least 72h in advance (d) The SP1 report shall contain the following information: Information Required Vessel's name, call sign, flag, IMO No & MMSI No Date and Time (UTC) Reporting Position (LaVLong) Continuous manoeuvring speed (in knots) including decimals Port of departure Date and time of entry into istanbul Bogazi or Canakkale Bogazi (UTC) Port of destination Request for pilot (Yes/No) for istanbul Bogazi, Sea of Marmara or Canakkale Bogazi Draught (forward and aft), maximum air draught (at the entrance to the Strait) Cargo type and quantity, description of dangerous, noxious and pollutant goods (UN Number, name, class and quantity) (IMDGlIGC/IBC/GC/INF codes) Any defects, damage, deficiencies or other limitations Vessel's agent or representative (including tax number), name and surname of Master Type of vessel, LOA & beam (in metres), GT/NRT, double or single hull tanker, year of construction Number of crew and passengers P and I information (club name, policy number & validity (e) Vessels carrying dangerous cargo and/or vessels of 500 GT and over leaving ports in the Sea of Marmara shall submit an SP1 to the relevant VTSC at least 6h prior to departure (2) Sa
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