COORDINATES

APPROACH / ENTRANCE CHANNEL

LENGTH: 5186.44 Meters ( Outer channel )

WIDTH: To handle vessels up to the length of 250 meters.

 

DEPTH: 13.1 – 1.44 Meters below chart Datum

TURNING BASIN

DIA : 480 Meters each – 2 turning Basins ,DEPTH: 14.4 Meters

BREAK WATERS

Latitude: 15° 41” N Longitude: 073°79” E

Its an open type harbour protected by a breakwater and a mole built from the outer end of the breakwater and running parallel to the quay.

 

 

ANCHORAGES

The large roadstead to the West and the North-West of the Harbour anchorage in stream for more than 20 ships during th eights months fair season ( October to May) and 8 ships can be accommodated inside the break water throughout the year.

GENERAL BERTH RESTRICTION

NO OF BERTH LOA BEAM RESTRICTIONS
Breakwater Berth 300 Meters No restriction 8.5 Meters
Mole Berth 220 Meters No restriction 8.5 Meters
Berth No. 4 140 Meters No restriction 7.5 Meters
Berth No. 5A 190 Meters No restriction 14.0 Meters
Berth No. 6A 225 Meters No restriction 14.0 Meters
Berth No. 7 300 Meters No restriction 14.0 Meters
Berth No. 8 190 Meters No restriction 12.0 Meters
Berth No. 9 335 Meters No restriction 14.0 Meters
Berth No. 10 225 Meters No restriction 12.8 Meters
Berth No. 11 225 Meters No restriction 12.8 Meters

 

 

PILOTAGE & NIGHT NAVIGATION

Pilotage is compulsory for Inward, Outward movements of ships & movements between berths/mooring /WISL and within the Harbour.Pilotage service is provided round the clock with 1 day’s prior advice. However, Night Navigation during the Monsoon from 21st May  to 15th Sept. every year depends on weather, same subject weather permits. Pilot Bookings and ship’s movements are planned in the Berthing meetings at 1000 hrs every day for the programme of the next day.

NAVIGATION CHART

B.A.Chart Nos. 492, 1509 Naval Hydrographic chart 2020, 2022 and 2078

WATER DENSITY

Normal 10.25 during monsoon from 21st May to 15 September due heavy rains it varies from 1.013 – 1.017

UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE

Not Applicable

DETAILS OF BUOYS

Not Applicable

INFRASTRUCTURE & COMMUNICATION

ROAD : Mormugao-Goa Port is connected through road with the rest of the country through two national Highways NH-17 and NH-4A

RAIL : The broad gauge railway system of Port serves the general cargo berths. Port railway System is connected to South Western Railway through which it is also linked to the Konkan railway.

 

AIR : The only Airport at is Goa International Airport (Dabolim-Goa airport), situated at about 8-9 KM from Mormugao Port having domestic air service as above. International Flights are only chartered flights that are mainly for foreign Tourists. Another International airport under constructions: Goa International Airport at MOPA-Goa.

Port radio and Info service: Signal station situated on the north west of the Mormugoa head land functions round the clock with VHF and telephone service, call sign “GOA PORT” Channel 16, 14, 12, 10 & 11. Telephone: + 91 832 2520184 & 2522868, Mobile: +9822101853

WEATHER CONDITIONS

Fair Season : Mid September to Mid May

Monsoon Season : Mid May to Mid Sept

PORT REGULATIONS

ISPS :- Mormugao port at present maintain security level 1 (One).

ISPS COMPLIANT :

 

PFSO DY. PFSO
CAPT. MANOJ JOSHI ( DY. CONSERVATOR ) 0832 2521150 CAPT ARUN KUMAR ( HARBOUR MASTER ) 0832 2521152

TIDAL DATA

Not Applicable

PORT WORKING HOURS

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

Except few NATIONAL HOLIDAYS port is operational for entire year.

Cargo operation: Round the clock 24x7

SHIFT TIME
1ST SHIFT 0730 hrs to 1530 hrs
2ND SHIFT 1530 hrs to 2330 hrs
3RD SHIFT 2330 hrs to 0730 hrs

PORT HEALTH OFFICE

Mr. Mangesh Patil ( PHO ) Mob No. +91 8510006257

MAIN CARGOES

Phosphoric acid , Ammonia , Palm oil , Caustic soda , Sulphuric acid , Motor spirit / petrol , Mop , Steel pipes , H r coils , Cold rolled coils , Steel plates , Granite blocks , Project and equipment cargo , Sugar , Manganese ore , Limestone , Iron ore , Coal , Coke , Bauxite , Wood chips , Iron ore lumps , Iron ore pellets , Bagged urea ,

REPATRIATION

Repatriation possible for all crew except Pakistan Nationality,Further crew of Restricted Nationalities are repatriated with Immigration escort,No ON-OFF Repatriation possible for Security Guards, except Indian Nationals. All without arms.

FRESH WATER

Available

STORE / PROVISIONS :

WORKSHOP

Available

BUNKERS

Available

GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Available

SLOP DISCHARGE

No Facility

CASH TO MASTER

Available

BERTHING POLICY/PRIORITY

GOVT PRIORITY : Coastal & Foreign Navy vessel having berthing priority.

PRIVATE PRIORITY : Coastal cargo & container vessel having berthing priority

PORT NORMS

CARGOS PERFORMANCE-DAY
Phosphoric acid 12000 MT day
Ammonia 6000 MT day
Palm oil 5000 MT day
Caustic soda 6000 MT day
Sulphuric acid 6000 MT day
Motor spirit / petrol 9600 MT day
Mop 5000 MT day
Steel pipes 7000 MT day
H r coils 8000 MT day
Cold rolled coils 8000 MT day
Steel plates 6000 MT day
Granite blocks 4000 MT day
Project and equipment cargo 1500 MT day
Sugar 6000 MT day
Manganese ore 8000 MT day
Limestone 15000 MT day
Iron ore 8000 MT day
Coal 8000 MT day
Coke 8000 MT day
Bauxite 6000 MT day
Wood chips 6000 MT day
Iron ore lumps 8000 MT day
Iron ore pellets 8000 MT day
Bagged urea 3500 MT day

BERTH INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

Passenger/cruise ships with good manoeuvrability can be handled upto 300 meters.

Overall length of ships together should be within 425 meters.

Berthing/unberthing during high tide only.

OTHER RESTRICTIONS

Not Available

OTHER FACILITIES

Not Available

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENTS

PORT

 

WHARF CRANES NIL
WHARF CRANES 1 x 18 TONS. (Only used for Port work & not for cargo handling)
REACH STACKER 2 x 40 tonnes
FORKLIFTS TRUCK NIL (have to hire private, if available
VOLUMETRIC HOPPERS NIL
PLUG POINTS 84 Nos. 440V plug points of suitable capacity to cater to reefer containers
LOCOMOTIVES Total 2 Nos : 1 x 900 tonnes & 1 x 4500 tonnes
SHORE MOBIL CRANE (1) B.NO.10/11 1 Nos. / 120 tts Capacity located at B/No;10-11 for CARGO OPERATION
SHORE MOBIL CRANE (2) B.NO.10/11 1 Nos. / 120 tts Capacity located at B/No;10-11 for CARGO OPERATION

MAIN CARGO HANDLING

IMPORT: Import Cargo normally handled at Mormugao are fertilizer both raw and finished, coal, coke, wood chip, general cargo, scrap, containers etc., besides liquid cargoes like Petroleum Products, Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia, Caustic Soda, Palm oil, limestone, EDC, Bauxite etc

EXPORT: Export cargo handled are General Cargoes, Marine Products, bagged/bulk Alumina, Molasses, steel, Slabs, HR Coils, Granite, etc., besides Iron Ore (main export commodity) Manganese Ore in small quantities and Iron Ore Pellets.

WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE

OPEN STORAGE AREA     COVERED STORAGE AREA
SR. NO. WAREHOUSE TTL AREA CAPACITY WAREHOUSE TOTAL AREA
1 Transit sheds at conventional berth 3700 Sq. m. 3700 Sq. m. Berth No. 4 NIL
2 Transit sheds at Berth No.10  + 11 7700 Sq. m. 7700 Sq. m. Berth No.6/7 NIL
3 Warehouses within dock 17096 Sq. m. 1706 Sq. m. Berth No. 10 NIL
4 Warehouses within Vasco 4910 Sq. m. 4910 Sq. m. Berth No. 11 NIL
5 CWC Godowns 612 Sq. m. 612 Sq. m. At R&D Yard NIL
6 FCI Godowns 3700 Sq. m. 7700 Sq. m.   NIL
7 Stackyard at Mechanical Ore Handling   10 Lakhs Tonnes    

LOAD / DISCHARGE FACILITY SPECIFICATION

Coal & Coke :- a. Discharge by ship's gear at Anchorage – WOB & Mooring dolphin / Discharge rate 6000-8000mts.

b. Discharge by shore crane at berth / Discharge rate 15000-20000mts. Per day.

Lime stone :- a. Discharge by ship's gear at Anchorage – WOB & Mooring dolphin/Discharge rate 6000-8000mts. Per day.

b. Discharge by shore crane at berth / Discharge rate 12000-15000mts. Per day.

 

Steel cargo :- Load by ship's gear at berth load rate 4000 – 6000mts. Per day.

Bauxite :- Discharge at berth by ship's gear discharge rate 6000 – 8000mts. Per day. & discharge by shore crane discharge rate 8000-10000mts. Per day

 

MOP :- Discharge at berth by ship's gear, discharge rate 5000-6000mts per day & discharge rate by shore crane discharge rate 6000-7000mts. Per day

Urea :- Discharge at berth by ship's gear, discharge rate 3500-4000mts per day & discharge rate by shore crane discharge rate 5000-6000mts. Per day

 

Wood chips :- Discharge at berth by ship's gear, discharge rate 6000-7000mts per day & discharge rate by shore crane discharge rate 7000-8000mts. Per day

Iron Ore :- Load at anchorage ( WOB & MD ) by ship's gear load rate 6000-8000mts. Per day & load rate by transhippers 12000 – 15000mts. Per day

 

Iron Ore :- Discharge at berth by ship's gear 6000-7000mts. Per day & discharge by shore crane discharge rate 7000-8000mts. Per day

Phosphoric acid :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 550mts. Per hr.

 

Liquid ammonia :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 500mts. Per hr.

Palm oil :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 300mts. Per hr.

 

Caustic Soda :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 300mts. Per hr.

Liquid Petroleum :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 500 - 600mts. Per hr.

 

Sulphuric acid :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 300mts. Per hr.

Naptha :-Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 500mts. Per hr.

 

EDC :- Discharge at berth by shore pipeline & discharge rate 300mts. Per hr.

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