Mundra Port Information
  • Mundra port is located in the northern shore of the gulf of kutch.
  • It has a clear and deep water approach.
  • Port is an all weather port.

MUNDRA PERMISSIBLES FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 2013

Berth 

LOA (mtrs)

Max. Acceptable Draft (*)(mtrs)

Displacement

 

Remark

Berth N0:1

275

15

90000

 

 

Berth N0:2

180

13

40000

 

 

Berth No.3

225

14.5

90000

 

 

Berth N0:4

225

13.1

90000

 

 

Barge Berth

80

6

4200

 

 


Terminal 2

Berth N0:5

575 Mtrs

14.1

180000

 

Total Quay length 575 mtrs hence more than two ships can be berthed in each quay subject to 40 mtrs clearance between ships. 

Berth N0:6

15.5

180000

 

Berth N0:7

441 Mtrs

12

63000

 

Total Quay length 441 mtrs hence more than two ships can be berthed in each quay subject to 40 mtrs clearance between ships.

Berth N0:8

10.5

63000

 


Terminal 3

Berth N0:9

494 Mtrs

13

74000

 

 

Berth N0:10

13.5

74000

 

 


West  Basin

WB 1

325

17.3

266000

 

 

WB 2

325

17.3

266000

 

 

WB 3

225

12.5

266000

 

 


Container Terminal

MICT CB 1

630 Mtrs

13.2

180000

 

Total quay length of each terminal 630 meters each in straight line and hence more than two ships can be berthed in each terminal subject to a minimum of 40 mtrs clearance between each vessel.

MICT CB 2

13.2

180000

Only up to bollard 32

AMCT CB 3

630 Mtrs

14.3

180000

 

AMCT CB 4

14.4

180000

Only up to bollard 31

NOTE:

1. A Minimum under keel clearance of "10% the ship's draft" will be maintained at the time of berthing.

2. Maximum acceptable draft is basis the Lowest  Low Water for the month 0.4mtrs. (*) Actual berthing draft may be higher basis tide.

3. Entrance Channel depth at MICT is Minimum-12.9 Mtrs at Chart Datum for the Month of MAR’ 2013


IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1.  Maximum operating area for berth nos 1,3 & 4 is as mentioned which is that: forward most point of 1st hatch to after most point of last hatch should not exceed the above mentioned lengths. if distance exceeds the mentioned limits then warping/shifting charges will be applicables per port tariff.

Maximum operating area for berth nos 1, 3 & 4 is as follows:forward most point of 1st hatch to after most point of last hatch should not exceed the below mentioned lengths. if distance exceeds the mentioned limits then warping charges will be applicable as per port tariff.

  • NO. 1 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes - 171.5 mtrs.
  • NO. 1 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes + excavators chargeable extra as per port tariff 178 mtrs.
  • NO. 1 Berth for discharging break bulk cargoes with ships cranes 124 mtrs.
  • NO. 3 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes 151.5 mtrs
  • NO. 3 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes + excavators chargeable extra as per port tariff 158 mtrs.
  • NO. 3 Berth for discharging break bulk cargoes with ships cranes 151.5 mtrs.
  • NO. 4 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes 145 mtrs.
  • NO. 4 Berth for discharging bulk cargoes with shore cranes + excavators -chargeable extra as per port tariff 151.5 mtrs.
  • NO. 4 Berth for discharging break bulk cargoes with ships cranes 151.5 mtrs.

      Total quay length of berth no 5 & 6 is 575 mtrs & berth 7 & 8 is 403 mtrs each in a straight line and hence more than two ships can be berthed in each.

        Quay depending on load, subject to a minimum of 40 mtrs clearance between each vessel.

         Total quay length of berth no 9, 10 & 11 is 795 mtrs in a straight line and hence more than three ships can be berthed in each quay depending on load, Subject to a minimum of 40 mtrs clearance between each vessel.

2.       Penal berth hire rs.45000/= per hour+10.3% service tax (as per port tariff):

         Applicable when vessel is unable to commence cargo operations within 2.0 hrs of all fast time.

         Applicable when vessel is not ready to sail (i.e. fail to book outward pilot memo ) after 2 hours from the time of completion of cargo.

         Applicable for all vessels if any stoppage is more than 2 hours due failure of vessel equipment,idling at berth or for any other reason.

         Also applicable when vessel under-performance-as per new policy applicable wef 1/11/2011.

3.     Usage of tugs for berthing/unberthing at various berths strictly as per port berthing policy in force with all charges for any additional tugs as per port policy/tariff as in force.

4.     Master to ensure that vessels main engine is fully functional and occurrences of any stoppages or poor response should not take place at all. the master has to ensure that the vessels engine responds immediately during her berthing/ unberthing operations and any such occurrence will attract penal cold move charges as being levied by the port, which are very high ,being equivalent to additional min 2 times to max 5 times of pilotage charges, in addition to the normal pilotage charge, strictly as per port tariff. hence master to ensure that the vessels crew take all necessary precautions to ensure that their vessels engine.

And other important machinery do not fail during the pilotage.

5.   All port charges are levied strictly as per port policy and port tariff as in force.

THANK YOU.

PHOENIX MARINE SERVICES