COORDINATES

APPROACH / ENTRANCE CHANNEL

Minimum UKC in the approach channel: 15% of Minimum draft and 10% of Maximum draft in the basin and deepest draft in the turning circle and inner basin and not below 1.0 mtr at the berth. Entry and Exit of vessels through the Break water planned when the cross current is lass than 2 knots at the Break Water. Maximum Current in the approach channel at One Ship’s length outside the breakwater is 2.0 knots. Cross- Current in opposite direction in the channel are not acceptable The limiting wave height is Hs.=1.5 m in combination with a wind speed of 24 knots (10 minitues average wind speed. )

AHPPL CHANNEL: Channel leading into the Multipurpose Port is being widened and deepened. The present minimum width of the channel is 300 meters and is marked by buoys. As per the Port’s UKC (Under Keel Clearance) Policy, the maximum draft permitted is 14.0m. (6.6) Fog Signals: Not CHART DATUM: ZERO TIDE. Lowest low water (LAT) Is 0.3 mtr and most of the LW is about 0.8 mtrs.

 

INSTRUCTION TO VESSEL / MASTER: Vessels at berth, at anchor or inside the harbour limits shall be abide by the local regulations and make reporting to respective authorities as appropriate. Additionally vessels shall report to the VTS on the channel appropriate to the sector covering vessel's position, on the following occasions: - Upon coming alongside at Berth - Upon casting off from the berth - Upon DLOSP - Upon Anchor Aweigh - Upon RFA.

The master of the vessel, the person directing the vessel's movement, the vessel's agent, at the time pilot assistance is requested, notify the Essar Base of any vessel or equipment malfunction, limitation or condition which could possibly affect the safe navigation of the vessel in the Hazira Ship Channel. Such unsafe conditions requiring notice include, but are not limited to, any defect in any navigational equipments, Whistle, Anchors, ME, Steering gear ( Main and auxiliary) and mooring equipment and any other equipment or vessel condition (such as inoperative windshield wipers or clear views) that could have an effect on the handling or navigation of the vessel.

 

Due to the restrictive nature of the Navigation Channel, all vessels must offer proper visibility from the bridge. Visibility provided shall be satisfactory to comply with these Guidelines. If, due to vessel design, trim, or obstructive deck cargo, the vessel cannot offer the Pilot satisfactory visibility, then, at the discretion of the Pilots, two pilots, extra tug and/or daylight restrictions may be imposed.

A vessel's trim should be such that the Pilot is ensured of sufficient propeller and rudder action and be in accordance with International Marine Organization. In any case the after draft shall not be less than that which is necessary to obtain full immersion of the propeller(s). A vessel whose draft does not meet the minimum draft requirements above may, at the discretion of the Pilot, be accepted for transit on a one-time basis provided that the captain of the vessel, the person directing movement of the vessel, or the vessel's agent, requests permission from the Pilot and provides them with the following as soon as possible but not later than 12 hours before the vessel arrives at the pilot station or 6 hours before shifting or sailing. (1) Principal dimensions of the ship; (2) Deepest attainable fore and aft drafts; (3) Reason the vessel cannot be properly ballasted; and, (4) Suggestions as to how the vessel will be maneuvered to ensure safe.

 

If in the opinion of EBTL the vessel is responsible for wreck, grounding or otherwise becomes an obstruction in whole or part or not or danger to the Port or the approaches thereto and the Owner / Operator / Charterer fails to remove such obstruction within stipulated time given by EBTL, it shall be empowered to take requisite steps it may deem necessary to remove said obstruction or danger and any expenses arising there from shall be recoverable from the vessel, OWNER / OPERATOR / CHARTERER / AGENT at the time of accident / incident causing such obstruction or danger. The Master or his deputy shall at all times be ready to remove the vessel when reasonably ordered to do so by EBTLin the interest of safety or alternate use of the Port / Berth.

ENTRY TO GULF OF CAMBAY (KHAMBHATT)

 

Entry to the Gulf of Cambay (Khambhatt) is made through Grant Channel. Therefore, while on the navigation, Master may be pre-cautioned and should take help of the relevant Chart/Admiralty Publication.  On arrival at Bhavnagar, vessel should contact Bhavnagar radio VUJ9 - VHF Channel 16 (or VTPMS-KHAMBHAT – CHANNEL 16, 69 & 10 (Mob. No: 09909903748 - 24 hr.) - for needful guidance such as Pilot boarding, anchoring etc. as this being a tidal port and there prevails heavy under-currents and hefty swelling in the sea. Vessel should arrive at the Pilot station, approx. two hours before high water at Hazira. In case vessel is not able to do so she may cruise around until pilot boards the vessel, and not to drop anchor till then. 

SPECIAL NOTE: Gujarat Maritime Board has introduced a special Vessel Monitoring operation called “VTPMS” (Vessel Traffic & Port Management Systems) for Gulf of Khambhat, duly entrusting the assignment to a private agency, M/s. Aatash Nor control Ltd. This is in order to control and monitor the Shipping Traffic (all types of movements of vessels including those carrying Hazardous and Non-hazardous Cargo) in the Gulf of Khambhat with modern available technology as per Govt. guidelines. The area covered is from 20°50.00’ N to 22° N Latitude, as proposed by The Gujarat Maritime Board. Hence any vessel entering / leaving Gulf of Khambhat will be provided with all needful guidance, establishing effective communication back-up on VHF CHANNEL 16 (24 HRS.) throughout day & night, between VTPMS & Vessel for any clarification with regard to further movements/assistance.

 

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONARY NOTE:

 

Proper anchor watch to be kept throughout the period at the Anchorage. Engine should be kept on stand-by so as to be made available within 20 mins. in case of an emergency when spring tides are running. A second anchor is to be used with about 2 shackles and must be heaved up and dropped well in advance of every turn of the tide (about 1.5 hrs. before and after tide change) so as not to foul the anchor).
The Pilot in consultation with the Master shall determine the mooring arrangements. Hazira being a tidal port, with large range of tides, it is prudent to tend to mooring ropes at regular intervals. Generally for vessels upto 200 metres length the mooring ropes arrangement shall be 4+2 and vessel exceeding 200 mtrs length shall pass 2 additional breast ropes making mooring ropes arrangement. Being tidal port the mooring lines to be tended regularly to ensure all lines are tight all the time. In the event of vessel moves away /sheer’s away considerably from jetty, the mooring stations are to be manned suitably at all times. For the safety of the vessel(s) / terminal the Terminal has the right to order the vessel to vacate the berth at short notice. If the Terminal /Master deem it necessary to use tugs/ employ pilot’s assistance, to hold the vessel alongside/ cast off the vessel, applicable charges shall be levied.

Suggested routine:

 

Heave up the riding anchor to one shackle. Steer well clear, about 35 to 40 from the leading anchor. Let go second anchor. Walk back to get flood lead on second anchor Let go second anchor 1.5 hrs. after high water. Heave up second anchor 1.5 hrs. before low water Let go second anchor 1.5 hrs. after low water. Never clear the fouled anchors during the middle of the tide. It should be done at slack water i.e. about 1.6 hrs. before relevant end of tide. In case of violent shearing, the steering may be used. Autopilot can be made use of, to steer a course in between yaw.

 

TURNING BASIN

The port contains a turning basin with a radius of 300 meter for maneuvering vessels during berthing and un-berthing. The turning basin is presently dredged to a depth of 13m. The planning of vessels is done in such a way that they are able to leave the berth at any point of tide. AHPPL Channel: Channel leading into the Multipurpose Port is being widened and deepened. The present minimum width of the channel is 300 meters and is marked by buoys. As per the Port’s UKC (Under Keel Clearance) Policy, the maximum draft permitted is 14.0m

BREAK WATERS

The recommended anchorage is in a location approximately 11 miles SW of the harbour, outside the Magdalla Port Limits, where the sea bottom is sand and is of good holding ground. Anchoring is prohibited within Port Limits, unless it is used temporarily to support vessel manoeuvring or in case of an emergency. Vessels are advised to take anchoring position from VTS Khambhat at Ch. 16/69.

ANCHORAGES

Pilot Boarding Ground for Adani Hazira Port (AHPPL) is at Lat: 21˚ 02.0’ N, Long: 72˚ 34.0 E.

GENERAL BERTH RESTRICTION

No of Berth: MBP - 1 & 2 Maximum permissible: LOA 295 Meters, BEAM 40 Meters, DRAFT 14 Meters

No of Berth: CBT - 1 & 2 Maximum permissible: LOA 340 Meters, BEAM 45 Meters, DRAFT 14 Meters

PILOTAGE & NIGHT NAVIGATION

Pilotage within port limits is compulsory. No movements are to be undertaken without a licensed pilot on board and without express instructions from the Port Control Office (VHF Ch: 69).

NAVIGATION CHART

Not Applicable

WATER DENSITY

1020 - 1023

UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE

As per the Under-keel clearance policy, the maximum draft permitted is 13.00 Meters at the approach channel. Type of bottom is soft mud and maximum current is 2.00 knots.

DETAILS OF BUOYS

Not Applicable

INFRASTRUCTURE & COMMUNICATION

ROAD: Well connected to National Highway & State Highways.

RAIL: 45 KM away from port. Nearest railway station is SURAT

 

AIR: Nearest Airport: Surat for Domestic and Mumbai for International

Port radio and Info service: Please note that Vessels calling at Hazira port has to keep strict watch on VHF Channel as mentioned below. Hazira Port Control on 16 & 69 & Magdalla Port Control: 16 & 09. VTS Khambat: 09

AHPPL Port Control may be contacted on the following:

 

Telephone: +919909957115;

Facsimile: +91-261-2207755

 

E-mai: ahppl.marinecontrol@adani.com

VHF Channel: 16 & 69 (about 3-4 hrs before arrival)

 

Call Sign: Hazira Port Control

INFORMATION REGARDING GULF OF KHAMBAT VTMS

 

VTMS Khambhat Master Control Station, Near Marine Police Station, Hazira, Surat, Gujarat, India

Location: Lat 21°08.345’ N Lon 072°44.085’ E

 

Tel: +91-261-6586788, +91-99099 03748

Non LNGC Vessels calling Hazira Port, may contact the above for any security related concern restriction

 

Email: vtskhambhat@aatash.com

Website: http://www.aatash.com

WEATHER CONDITIONS

16 0.3 2.7 0.6 0.5 Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Cyclones: Between 1877 and 1982 [105 years] 8 cyclones hit the region, out of which 6 cyclones were of a severe nature, with wind speeds exceeding 24.2 m/s. This results in an average of one cyclone every 13 to 17 years [only the severe storms are counted]. Air temperature: Information regarding air temperature has been obtained from the nearby Surat airport. A summary of results are provided in the following table: Month Daily max [oC] Daily min[oC] Highest in the month [oC] Lowest in the month [oC] Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb 32 16 36 10 March, April, May 36 24 42 20 June, July, August 32 26 35 24 Sept, October 35 24 38 19 (6) NAVIGATION AND OCEANOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Pilotage within port limits is compulsory. No movements are to be undertaken without a licensed pilot on board and without express instructions from the Port Control Office (VHF Ch: 69)."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":14785,"3":{"1":0,"3":1},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"14":{"1":2,"2":5855577},"15":"Tahoma","16":11}" data-sheets-textstyleruns="{"1":0}[null,717,[null,null,[null,2,5855577],"SimSun",11]][null,724,[null,null,[null,2,5855577],"Tahoma",11]]">(5) WEATHER: Period Season Characteristics Mid Jun-Sept SW monsoon Winds mod-strong SW, Occasional cyclones Oct-Nov Interim period Winds lighter, Occasional cyclones Dec-Feb NE monsoon Winds light NE, effectively no cyclones March-Mid June Hot season Winds mod-strong SW, May/June frequent mostly distant cyclones Wind conditions: The wind velocities presented below are based on statistical information. The prevailing wind direction is 250o. The following table summarizes the distribution of wind speed. [10 minute means at 10 m above Mean Water Level] Wind speed [knots] December- March [NE monsoon] [%] April-May [%] June- September [SW monsoon] [%] October- November [%] < 6 95.5 83.1 86 97.3 7-16 4.2 16.2 13.4 2.2 > 16 0.3 2.7 0.6 0.5 Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Cyclones: Between 1877 and 1982 [105 years] 8 cyclones hit the region, out of which 6 cyclones were of a severe nature, with wind speeds exceeding 24.2 m/s. This results in an average of one cyclone every 13 to 17 years [only the severe storms are counted]. Air temperature: Information regarding air temperature has been obtained from the nearby Surat airport. A summary of results are provided in the following table: Month Daily max [oC] Daily min[oC] Highest in the month [oC] Lowest in the month [oC] Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb 32 16 36 10 March, April, May 36 24 42 20 June, July, August 32 26 35 24 Sept, October 35 24 38 19 (6) NAVIGATION AND OCEANOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Pilotage within port limits is compulsory. No movements are to be undertaken without a licensed pilot on board and without express instructions from the Port Control Office (VHF Ch: 69).

PORT REGULATIONS

ISPS

Current Security Level of AHPPL Port “Security Level-1

 

PANS: Please send the PANS on the following email Ids as well: mrcc-west@indiancoastguard.nic.in, opsdhq1@yahoo.co.in, vtskhambhat@aatash.com, pomagdalla@gmail.com, icgmrcc_mumbai@mtnl.net.in, psc@dgshipping.com , wncmocmb-navy@inc.in  All the above formats will be provided by your agent on request.

PFSO & DY. PFSO DETAILS
PFSO - Hazira HPPL PFSO - AHPPL DY. PFSO -AHPPL
Capt. Sunil Kakar Capt. Ashish Singhal Mr. Narendra Singh Sirola
Mob: +91-9824704954 Mob: +91-9879589770 Mobile: 91- 9099005511
E-MAIL: sunil.kakar@shell.com E-mail: ashish.Singhal@adani.com Email: Narendra.sirola@adani.com

TIDAL DATA

TIDE DETAILS HEIGHT ABOVE CHART DATAM IN MERERS
Highest Recorded Tide CD + 8.68M
Mean High Water Spring (MHWS) CD + 6.96M
Mean Sea Level (MSL) CD + 4.19M
Mean Low Water Neap (MHWN) CD + 2.11M
Mean Low Water Neap (MLWN) CD + 1.37M
Mean Low Water Spring (MLWS) CD + 5.84M
Lowest Recorded Tide CD + 0.32M
Storm surge CD + 9.05M

PORT WORKING HOURS

Cargo operation: Port working 24 hrs / 7 days with no holidays.

Shift Timings Recess hours
1st Shift 0900 HRS TO 1300 HRS 1300 HRS TO 1400 HRS
2nd Shift 1400 HRS TO 2000 HRS 2000 HRS TO 2100 HRS
3rd Shift 2100 HRS TO 0800 HRS 0800 HRS TO 0900 HRS

PORT HEALTH OFFICE

Hazira port does not have any PHO, therefore have to arrange from Kandla.

MAIN CARGOES

Project and machinery , Project and equipment cargo , Coal , Gypsum , Iron slags , Concentrates in bulk , Chemicals , Fertilizer , Rock phosphate , Limestone , Sugar , Steel coil , Steel plates , Steel slabs , Steel billets , Steel bloom , Urea , Dap , Mop , Sulphur , Met coke , AGGRO PRODUCTS , 2 ethylhexanol , 2-propylheptanol , 2 propyl hexanol , Acetic acid , Acetic anhydride , Acetone , Acrylonirile monomer , Acrylonitrile , Alkylate , Alkyl benzene , Alkylene glycol , Alpha olefin c14 , Alpha plus c14 tetradecene , Alpha plus c-20 , Alpha plus hexadecene , Ammonia , Anhydrous ammonia , Aniline , Aviation turbine fuel , Base oil , Benzene , Butadiene , Butane , Butoxy polyglycol , Butyl acetate , Butyl acrylate , Butyl alcohol , Butyl cellosolve , Butyl glycol , Iso butanol , Iso butanol alcohol , Iso nonanol , Iso paraffinic solvent 20 , Iso propyl alcohol , Iso propynol , Methyl iso butyl , Mibk ( methyl iso butyl ketone) , Pu iso papi 27 polymeric , Canola oil , Caradol , Castor oil , Fuel oil , Crude palm oil , Crude palm stearene , Crude soyabean oil , Crude sun flower oil , Refined sunflower oil , Caustic soda , LPG , Methanol / methyl alcohol , Caustic soda lye , Cyclohexene , Methanol , Toluene , Sulphuric acid , Ethylene ,

REPATRIATION

Also any restriction (Sign On & Off if Indian as weel as foreign nationals can be done except China/Bangladesh/Pakistan nationals.

FRESH WATER

Available

STORE / PROVISIONS :

WORKSHOP

Available

BUNKERS

Available

GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Available

SLOP DISCHARGE

It can be arranged with sufficient notice after obtaining permissions from Statutory bodies through private vendor

CASH TO MASTER

Available

BERTHING POLICY/PRIORITY

GENERAL GROUP FOR IMPORT/EXPORT: No as such Priority. Only first come first serve policy and any mutual long contractual agreement with receivers then priority will be given to them.

NAVAL VESSEL, GOVT PRIORITY & FOR COASTAL VESSELS FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.

PORT NORMS

CARGOS PERFORMANCE-DAY
Project and machinery 0 MT day
Project and equipment cargo 0 MT day
Coal 15000 MT day
Gypsum 15000 MT day
Iron slags 15000 MT day
Concentrates in bulk 9999 MT day
Chemicals 7200 MT day
Fertilizer 12000 MT day
Rock phosphate 15000 MT day
Limestone 15000 MT day
Sugar 6000 MT day
Steel coil 5000 MT day
Steel plates 2200 MT day
Steel slabs 6000 MT day
Steel billets 3750 MT day
Steel bloom 4500 MT day
Urea 12000 MT day
Dap 12000 MT day
Mop 12000 MT day
Sulphur 12000 MT day
Met coke 12000 MT day
AGGRO PRODUCTS 12000 MT day
2 ethylhexanol 7200 MT day
2-propylheptanol 7200 MT day
2 propyl hexanol 7200 MT day
Acetic acid 7200 MT day
Acetic anhydride 7200 MT day
Acetone 7200 MT day
Acrylonirile monomer 7200 MT day
Acrylonitrile 7200 MT day
Alkylate 7200 MT day
Alkyl benzene 7200 MT day
Alkylene glycol 7200 MT day
Alpha olefin c14 7200 MT day
Alpha plus c14 tetradecene 7200 MT day
Alpha plus c-20 7200 MT day
Alpha plus hexadecene 7200 MT day
Ammonia 7200 MT day
Anhydrous ammonia 7200 MT day
Aniline 7200 MT day
Aviation turbine fuel 7200 MT day
Base oil 7200 MT day
Benzene 7200 MT day
Butadiene 7200 MT day
Butane 7200 MT day
Butoxy polyglycol 7200 MT day
Butyl acetate 7200 MT day
Butyl acrylate 7200 MT day
Butyl alcohol 7200 MT day
Butyl cellosolve 7200 MT day
Butyl glycol 7200 MT day
Iso butanol 7200 MT day
Iso butanol alcohol 7200 MT day
Iso nonanol 7200 MT day
Iso paraffinic solvent 20 7200 MT day
Iso propyl alcohol 7200 MT day
Iso propynol 7200 MT day
Methyl iso butyl 7200 MT day
Mibk ( methyl iso butyl ketone) 7200 MT day
Pu iso papi 27 polymeric 7200 MT day
Canola oil 7200 MT day
Caradol 7200 MT day
Castor oil 7200 MT day
Fuel oil 7200 MT day
Crude palm oil 7200 MT day
Crude palm stearene 7200 MT day
Crude soyabean oil 7200 MT day
Crude sun flower oil 7200 MT day
Refined sunflower oil 7200 MT day
Caustic soda 7200 MT day
LPG 7200 MT day
Methanol / methyl alcohol 7200 MT day
Caustic soda lye 7200 MT day
Cyclohexene 7200 MT day
Methanol 7200 MT day
Toluene 7200 MT day
Sulphuric acid 7200 MT day
Ethylene 7200 MT day

BERTH INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

Depths as per monthly depth/ draft declaration. Kindly refer to the port information booklet for berthing restrictions. Bulk & Dry Cargo: All types of bulk, agricultural products, project cargo and steel cargo can be handled. At Container Terminal: Container Cargo and Project Cargo.

GANGWAY: Shore Gangway can be provided for Bulk Carriers on request. The vessel to provide the safety net for the gangway, even if the gangway is provided by shore.

 

BERTH NO. PER LOA BEAM DRAFT DWT DISPLACEMENT CARGOES  
  IN METERS IN METRIC TONS    
MP-1 (Multi Purpose) 300 42.0 14 150,000 187,200 Bulk,Steel,Liquid  
MP-2 (Multi Purpose) 300 42.0 14 150,000 187,200 Bulk,Steel,Liquid  
MP-3 (Multi Purpose) 225 42.0 14 150,000 106667 Bulk,Steel,Liquid  
MP-4 (Multi Purpose) 182 36.0 13 150,000 106667 Bulk,Steel,Liquid  

OTHER RESTRICTIONS

Not Available

OTHER FACILITIES

NO SHORE LEAVE ACCEPT SIGN ON / OFF AND MEDICAL EMERGENCIES AS THIS IS A NON- IMMIGRANT PORT
ALL SERVICE REQUEST ON CHARGEABLE BASIS AS PER AHPPL TERMINAL HAZIRA BERTHING POLICY AND TARIFF STRUCTURE

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENTS

PORT:

Cranes at Bulk Terminal:-
CRANE AT BULK TERMINAL CRANES AT CONTAINER TERMINAL
PARTICULARS
DIMENTIONS / CAPACITY
 
PARTICULARS
  DIMENTIONS / CAPACITY
LIEBHERR HAN CRANES 4 x SWL 75 TONS QUAY CRANES (POST PANAMAX) 4 x 61 TONES (UNDER SPREADER) OUTREACH 51 METERS
GRABS 4 x 46M3 RUBBER TYPE GRANTRIES 12 Nos. 41 MTONS
MP-2 MECHANIZED CONVEYOR SYSTEM 6000 MT HR DISCHARGE RATE    
RAIL MOUNTED HOPPERS 2 x 2000 MT PER HR DISCHARGE RATE    
RUBBER TYRED HOPPERS 4 x 1000 MT PER HR DISCHARGE RATE    

MAIN CARGO HANDLING

IMPORT: Coal/Gypsum.

EXPORT: Iron Slag.

WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE

TRANSIT SHED TOTAL AREA
CARGO SHED 1 38 Metres x 12 Metres.
PASSENGER HALL 1 28 Meters x 12 Meters
SHORE CRANE 1 12 T
FIRE STATION 15 Meters x 12 meters
SECURITY GARRISON 20 Meters x 10 meters
Cargo Shed 2 40 Metres x 12 Metres
NO CARGO SHED AT BERTH NO.2-SHORE CRANE 1 25 T
NO CARGO SHED AT BERTH NO.3-Weigh bridge 1 No – 30 T
CARGO SHED 1 56 Meters x 12 Meters
Wharf Crane 6 Tons - 1 No.
PASSENGER'S TERMINAL CAPACITY 500 PASSENGERS  
INSTALLED WITH XRAY MACHINE  
GUARDED BY CISF  

LOAD / DISCHARGE FACILITY SPECIFICATION

(LOAD / DISCHARGE) INFORMATION
Discharge Rate The rates are dynamic in nature and varies from contract to contract. However, for pre assessment advice a rough guidance per day of about 5000 MT for break bulk, 10000 MT for bulk and 20000 MT for coal in bulk handled by conveyor on MP-2 Jetty can be considered
Method of discharging Bulk discharging done at #1 Jetty by vessels crane to Jetty and at # 2 Jetty by Shore crane to Hoppers. Project Cargo Handled by Ships crane on MP1 and CB 2 depending on availability.
Other relevant information, if any: Dry bulk loading/discharging by either by ship cranes and or by shore cranes. All project cargo through vessels cranes.
1. Port will allot berth at CB / MP Berths if there is no Priority vessels declared and in case vessel not able to complete in the Stipulated time and if any priority vessel is declared in short notice then as per Port norms, vessel at berth will be shifted to anchorage for accommodating the Priority vessel. Shifting Pilotage charges for the same shall be borne by the vacating vessel.
2. Berthing of at MP Berth are subject to dimensions of ODC cargo as there over head and side restriction – (ODC cargo restriction at MP berth Height 7 mtrs , Width 6 mtrs subject to actual road survey.
3. There are adequate facilities provided for disposal of Hose draining.
4. There are safety facilities available i.e Water Hoses, Showers, Hazard Warnings signs and fire fighting facilities.
5. Project cargo above the Length 15 mtrs and weight 29 mt will be handled by ships staff and ships gears at all berths.
6. As per Port Norms if vessel is idle for any reason for more than 3 hours ( Crane breakdown, Non availability of cargo etc) Gang Ideal charges will be applicable at all berths as per port Tariff. Lay up/ Penal Berth hire applicable if vessel does not commence operation with in 3 hrs after berthing or if the vessel remains idle for any reason also if the vessel after completion of all operations is not ready for sailing within 3 hrs at any of the berth.
7. Port being the stevedores, gears for discharging / loading will supply as per the gears available with the Port. Special Gears / Spreaders if any required will have to be arranged by the Vessel / Owners / Agents etc at their coast and time.
8. Additional statutory charges if any during the vessels stay at Port will be on vessel account unless specified.
9. If cargo stoppages is more than 2 hrs due to failure of vessel equipments or gears and the vessel remains idle at berth or for any other reasons. Layup berth hire / Idling charges as per port tariff shall be applicable as per conditions laid below.

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