LENGTH:7000 Meters. DEPTH: 18.60 Meters Below Chart Datum (Inner Channel), 19.2 Meter below Chart Datum swell 3 Meters (outer Channel), WIDTH: 250 The width of channel gradually increases from 224 Meters to 410 Meters at the bent portion then maintain a constant width of 305 Meters.
Entrance to Bharathi Dock: 350 Meters & to Dr. Ambedkar Dock 125 Meters.
DIA: 410 Meters, SWELL: 3.00 Meters
INNER HARBOUR: Eastern Breakwater - 1324 Meters. Northern Breakwater - 575 Meters.
OUTER HARBOUR: Eastern Breakwater - 590 Meters. Northern Breakwater - 460 Meters.
OUTER ARM - 1000 m Upper Pitch Revetment - 950 M
ANCHOR POINTS: South of Lat 13deg 06 M (N) from Break water 2 NM
Available 24 x 7, pilotage and night navigation but except for tankers of DWT 100000 MT and over only day light pilotage. Pilotage compulsory.
EQ-3 and adjacent area converted to container terminal by Chennai port. In relation to this the roads inside port area is being widened to facilitate operation of container terminal at East Quay.
BRITISH ADMIRALTY CHART: 574 Meters.
1.018 to 1.019
ROAD: well connected to various trading centres in Tamilnadu and neighbouring states Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh by NH-138,NH45B and various state Highways.
RAIL: Port’s well connected national rail network.
AIR: Nearest domestic & international airport: Chennai.
Port radio and Info service: Port Working Channel – VHF Ch 16 / 10.
Coast Guard authorities - 91-44-253950171/18
Pilots - 91-44-25361652
Tugs - 91-44-25361652 also vhf channel 16 N 10
NORTH EAST Monsoon may be active in East Coast during October to December.
Region gets rainfall during October and November from NE Monsoon. During this time, temperatures are lower and humidity is still high. June to September may receive certain amount of rainfall as well. The pre-monsoon rainfall is almost uniform throughout the district. The coastal regions receive more rainfall than the interior ones. NE and SW monsoons are the major donors, with 54% and 36% contribution each to the total annual rainfall. During normal monsoon, the district receives a rainfall of around 1,200 mm.
ISPS COMPLIANT & SECURITY LEVEL: LEVEL 2
PFSO: Capt. P.T.SADANANDAN - Deputy Conservator - Mobile: +91-44-9444396646
Tel: +91-44-25360833, 25362201 Extn: 2562
SWELL: 3.00 meters.
SPRING TIDE: 1.2 meters
|SHIFT WORKING HOURS||RECESS PERIOD|
|FIRST SHIFT||0600 TO 1400 HOURS||1100 TO 1200 HOURS|
|SECOND SHIFT||1400 TO 2200 HOURS||1900 TO 1930 HOURS|
|THRID SHIFT||2200 TO 0600 HOURS||0200 TO 0230 HOURS|
Stationed at Chennai Port.
Yes. Possible but no crew change permission at outer anchorage unless in emergency cases.
|Steel pipes||4000 MT day|
|Steel slabs||4000 MT day|
|Project and equipment cargo||1000 MT day|
|Coal||0 MT day|
|Containers||0 MT day|
|Coke||0 MT day|
|Urea||7500 MT day|
|Dap||10000 MT day|
|Phosphoric acid||7100 MT day|
|Molasses||4700 MT day|
|Crude palm oil||2700 MT day|
|Bitumen||2400 MT day|
|Orthoxylene||3000 MT day|
|Base oil||4800 MT day|
|Chemical||3000 MT day|
|Crude oil||90000 MT day|
|Lube oil||9999 MT day|
|Cars||9999 MT day|
|Sugar||4000 MT day|
|Steel plates||6000 MT day|
|Sulphur||6000 MT day|
|Mop||12000 MT day|
|Rock phosphate||8000 MT day|
|Granite blocks||3000 MT day|
|Heavy melting scrap||3000 MT day|
|Barytes||9200 MT day|
|Vegetable oils||2700 MT day|
|Shredded||8000 MT day|
|Cobble stones||6100 MT day|
|Hsd||10000 MT day|
|Fuel oil||6800 MT day|
|Naphtha||14400 MT day|
|H r coils||10000 MT day|
|Cold rolled coils||7000 MT day|
|Steel billets||6000 MT day|
|Steel rebars||6000 MT day|
|OIL TANKER TERMINAL – BD 1 & BD 3|
|BD – 1||280||NA||14.6||Petroleum Products / Chemical.||No|
|BD – 2||280.4||NA||16.5||LAB / Chemicals / LSHS-FO / Veg oil||No|
|BD – 3||280||NA||16.5||CPP/ Crude Oil.||No|
|1ST CONTAINER TERMINAL -I||13.4||
|1ST CONTAINER TERMINAL - II||13.4|
|1ST CONTAINER TERMINAL - III||13.4|
|1ST CONTAINER TERMINAL - IV||15|
|BD-3 the max DWT is 1,50,000 MT||280|
|- At BD 2, which is primarily an Iron Ore berth, the air draft is not to exceed 16.50 Meters. Further the DWT restriction is 150,000 MTs. Berth presently used for Edible oil, petroleum and chemical cargoes for various receivers using pipeline directly into shore tanks.|
AT BD-2 BERTH:
|PARTICULARS||Nos. & CAPACITY|
|Floating Crane||1/140 MT (Now down graded to 40 MT) – out of operation|
|Fort Lift Trucks||12 (5 T to 25 T) *|
|Electric Fork Lifts||16 (2 T to 5 T)*|
|Pay loaders||7 (7T) *|
SHORE ELECTRIC CRANES
WQ1 to CQ
|1 x 15 tons (not operational)||SQ1||1 x 10 tons ( not operational)|
|1 x 15 tons (not operational)||SQ1|
|JD SOUTH WALL||NIL||SQ2||NIL|
|JD WEST||1 x 10 MT crane (not operational)||SQ3||Berth privatised|
|WQ4||NIL||NQ & JD EAST||Nil|
NOTE: 2 X 100 MTS PRIVATE HAROUR MOBILE CRANE IS USED TO DISCHARGE BULK AND BREAKBULK CARGOES AT JD AREA AND MAY USE AT AMBEDKAR DOCK AND SOUTH QUAY 1 ALSO.
AS PER COURT ORDER, STAKEHOLDER NEEDS TO USE HMC EVEN IF VESSEL HAVE OWN GEARS.
|Nethaji||1995||1700 x 2||32 Tons|
Note : 3 Other Tugs on contract with M/s.Ocean Sparkle Ltd for port operations.
General Cargo, Coal, Coke, Urea, MOP, DAP, Rock Sulphate, Sulphur, Sugar, Steel HRC, CRC, S.Plates Pipes, S. Slabs, Project, Cargo, ODC, Granite, Cobbled Stone, Bayrites, Shredded Scrap, Heavy Melting Scraps, Car Carriers etc…