COORDINATES

APPROACH / ENTRANCE CHANNEL

1 ½ Nautical Miles West of Jetty Depth available at Jetty 16.0 Meter at chart datum jetty open to sea, having no channel restrictions. Ship with arrival draft 11.8 Meters, in fully loaded condition, can be safely navigated up to the jetty and can remain berthed while unloading the cargo. Tide Variation at Jetty High Water 7.1 M to 10.2 M Low Water -0.7 M to 1.8 M.

LENGTH: 1 ½ Nautical Miles

 

WIDTH: N.A.

DEPTH: 16.0 Meter

TURNING BASIN

Not applicable

BREAK WATERS

Not applicable

ANCHORAGES

LATITUDE:Lat. 21° 43.3′ N ,LONGITUDE:Long. 072° 25.0′ E

GENERAL BERTH RESTRICTION

NO. OF BERTH : GCPTCL LOA : 111 TO 232 BEAM : NO RESTRICTIONS A. DRAFT : 11.80

PILOTAGE & NIGHT NAVIGATION

Indian Hydrographic Office Charts : Indian Naval Hydrographic chart – 2082,

British Admiralty Charts : Dahej Harbour & Admiralty Chart: 51, 1486

NAVIGATION CHART

Indian Hydrographic Office Charts : Indian Naval Hydrographic chart – 2082, British Admiralty Charts : Dahej Harbour & Admiralty Chart: 51, 1486

WATER DENSITY

1022

UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE

British Admiralty Charts : Dahej Harbour & Admiralty Chart: 51, 1486 UKC of 10% of maximum draft to be maintained at all times.

DETAILS OF BUOYS

There are no navigational buoys / beacons to assist the Pilot in navigating the tanker as the water depth in the vicinity is sufficiently deep. Chart Datum depth alongside the jetty is 14 m.

INFRASTRUCTURE & COMMUNICATION

ROAD: National highway is well connected to Terminal connected through Bharuch city and from there connected to state highway is connected to Dahej.

RAILS: Well connected to National rail network. Nearest railway station is Bharuch (BH).

 

AIR: Nearest Airport: Vadodara (BDQ), Surat (STV) & Ahmedabad (AMD) are nearest airports for Domestic and as well as for International routes.

PORT RADIO AND INFO SERVICE: VHF CH: 16 & 77

WEATHER CONDITIONS

Climate: Dahej has a tropical savanna climate moderated strongly by the Arabian Sea. The summer begins in early March and lasts until June. April and May are the hottest months.

Temperature: The average maximum temperature is 43°C

 

Monsoon Season – May 15 to September 15. Being all weather port jetty remains operational.

Wind: The wind speed during monsoon period is between 20kts to 30kts and wind direction Westerly to South-Westerly. Berthing operation is suspended when mean wind speed is more than 30 knots, and significant wave height is 1.50 M or more. When vessel moored alongside, cargo should be stopped when wind speed reaches up to 30 knots and swell height of 1.50M or more. When the vessel is alongside, loading arm(s) shall be disconnected when the mean wind speed is more than 30 knots and swell height of 1.75 M or more. Vessel is cast off when wind speed is more than 35 knots and swell height is more than 2.00 M. Cargo will resume once the mean wind speed falls under 30 knots for a period of at least 30 minutes.

PORT REGULATIONS

ISPS COMPLIANT : Security level is one (1)

PFSO DETAILS

 

PFSO DY.PFSO PORT CONTACTS
Mr. Pravin Kumar Prajapati Capt. Alok Kumar, Port Captain Tel: +91-2641-2611016, MOB: +91-9998035917
pravinkumar.prajapati@gcptcl.in alokkumar.s.singh@gcptcl.in Tel: +91-2641-261023, AOH:9099007240

TIDAL DATA

PARTICULARS HEIGHT ABOVE CHART DATAM
Highest Recorded Tide 10.800 meters
Mean High Water Spring (MHWS) 8.800 meters
Mean Sea Level (MSL) +5.100 meters
Mean High Water Neap (MHWN) 7.10 meters
Mean Low Water Neap (MLWN) +1.800 meters
Mean Low Water Spring (MLWS) +0.900 meters
Lowest Recorded Tide -1.000 meters

PORT WORKING HOURS

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

365 days. 24X7.

PORT HEALTH OFFICE

PHO (Port Health Organization) does not have any office in Dahej. They have to be brought from the Port of Kandla.

MAIN CARGOES

Caustic soda , Propane , Butane , LPG , Naphtha , Butadiene , Methanol , Acetic acid , Paraxylene , Propylene oxide , Methyl ethyl glycol (meg) , Hsd , Pyrolysis gasoline , Denatured hydrous ethane ,

REPATRIATION

Crew change is possible by giving prior notice of 03 days in working days. All foreign nationalities on-signers must have valid Indian Visa (transit type) with special endorsement of vessel name & name of port. (The option of “any Indian Port” can be alternatively selected). For foreign nationalities off-signers, an exit visa will be applied as per the flight schedule. Nearest airports are Vadodara & Surat. Dahej being minor port 24 hrs & 365 days Immigration / Custom authorities are not available for crew change. They are available in limited time frame of 1100 hrs to 1730 hrs from Monday to Saturday. Sunday immigration formalities are not possible due to non-availability of immigration officer.

FRESH WATER

Available

STORE / PROVISIONS :

WORKSHOP

Available

BUNKERS

Available

GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Available

SLOP DISCHARGE

No Facility

CASH TO MASTER

Available

BERTHING POLICY/PRIORITY

FOR GOVERNMENT / COASTAL / OTHER PRIORITY : First in First out

PORT NORMS

CARGOS PERFORMANCE-DAY
Caustic soda 9600 MT day
Propane 21600 MT day
Butane 21600 MT day
LPG 21600 MT day
Naphtha 20400 MT day
Butadiene 6000 MT day
Methanol 12000 MT day
Acetic acid 8400 MT day
Paraxylene 29520 MT day
Propylene oxide 6000 MT day
Methyl ethyl glycol (meg) 21600 MT day
Hsd 36000 MT day
Pyrolysis gasoline 12000 MT day
Denatured hydrous ethane 72000 MT day

BERTH INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

1 Min / Max LOA : 111/ 232 Meters

2. Beam : no restrictions.

 

3. Free board on arrival minimum - 3.5 Meters.

4. Parallel body length min - 55 Meters on arrival (vessel has to meet 55 Meters PBL at all time at terminal)

 

5. Distance between bow to working manifold - 60 Meters

6. Permissible draft 11.8 Meters.

 

7. Trim not to exceed 2.2 Meters by stern at all time on arrival, stay at terminal and departure.

8. DWT - 6000 /60000 Tons.

 

9. Min 20 numbers mooring ropes for safe mooring are required. Terminal can provide max 06 ropes on rental basis if required.

BERTH NO. MAX PER. LOA MAX PER. BEAM MAX PER. BEAM PARALLEL BODY LENGTH DWT DISPLACEMENT
FACILITY
CARGOES
  IN METERS IN METRIC TONES
GCPTCL
232
NA
NA
55
N.A.
60000
There are 8 nos. of Hydraulically Operated loading arms having 6” to 16” diameter. 04 “Yokohama” / Hi-Tech make floating fenders.
Loading: Pygas, HSD, Caustic Soda
Disch: Ethane, Propane / Butane (LPG), Naphtha, Butadiene , Methanol, Acetic Acid, Paraxylene, Propylene Oxide, MEG

OTHER RESTRICTIONS

Not Available

OTHER FACILITIES

Not Available

CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENTS

Not Available

MAIN CARGO HANDLING

IMPORT :
Ethane, Propane / Butane (LPG), Naphtha, Butadiene , Methanol, Acetic Acid, Paraxylene, Propylene Oxide, MEG

EXPORT : Pygas, HSD, Caustic Soda

WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE

Not Available

LOAD / DISCHARGE FACILITY SPECIFICATION

TERMINAL SPECIFICATION

PARTICULARS SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE OF CONNECTION FROM SHIP'S MANIFOLD TO SHORE PIPELINE There are 8 nos. of Hydraulically Operated loading arms having 6” to 16” diameter.
NANIFOLD FLANG SIZE 6” to 16” diameter
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION OF ARM Un-loading/ Loading Arm of different sizes and construction material for safe, simultaneous and contamination's –free handling of various hazardous liquid and gaseous cargo.
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION OF DISCHARGE PIPELINE SS & MS
LENGTH OF PIPELINE 05 KMS
LINE SIZE IN MM 08 TO 30 INCH
HOSE SIZE IN MM 06 TO 16 // 150 #
MAXIMUM PRESSURE IN PIPELINE (KG/CM2) 07 KGS
APPROXIMATELY PRESSURE DROP N.A.
DISHCARGE RATE IN MT / PH 250 TO 1800 MT / PER HR
DISTANCE OF TANK FROM BERTH 05 KMS
TANKE CAPACITY / NO. OF TANKS There are total 38 nos. of storage tanks including 4 Horton Spheres and two cryogenic tanks of 30,000 & 50,000 Cu. meters with a total storage capacity of about 4.40 Lac Cu. Meters.
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION OF TANKS Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel & LTCS Tanks

 

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