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Раздел II характеристика портов захода


MANILA, Luzon Is: 14_ 35' N 120_ 58' E

Also see General before first Philippines port

OVERVIEW: Port comprises South Harbour, Manila International

Container Terminal (MICT) and North Harbour. Handles containers, general,

Ro-Ro and passengers.

LOCATION: On the west coast of Luzon Island in Manila Bay.

CHARTS: BA Charts No. 976, 3931, 3932 and 4491.

PORT LIMITS: Manila Harbour is defined as the area of Manila Bay

bounded by a line extending from Vitas Estero due west to the intersection

with a line running 180_(T) to Sangley Point Light, then 180_(T) towards

Sangley Point Light.



1 Arms and Ammunition List

1 Cargo Manifest

1 Crew Effects Declaration

1 Crew List

1 Dangerous Goods List

1 Drugs and Narcotics List

1 Foreign Currency List

6 General Declaration –APAA Form

1 Mail List

1 Maritime Declaration of Health

1 Parcel List

1 Passenger List

1 Plant and Animal List

1 Sequence of Loading and Unloading

1 Stowaway List

1 Stores List

1 Stowage Plan

1 Transit Passenger List

Immigration/Customs Boarding Officer:

1 Animal List

1 Arms and Ammunition List

1 Crew Declaration List

1 Crew List

1 Dangerous Goods Declaration

1 Foreign Currency List

1 Inward Foreign Manifest

1 Master’s Oath

1 Medicine List

1 Narcotics List

1 Parcel List

1 Passenger List

1 Passports

1 Plant List

1 Seaman’s Books

1 Last Port Clearance

1 Stores List

1 Through Cargo Manifest

1 Through Parcel List


Health Certificate from Last Port of Call

Inoculation List of Crew

Inoculation List of Passengers, if any

In order to avoid delay, the Owner, Master or Agent of a ship bound for

the port of Manila must notify the following government and private entities

at least 24 hours prior to ship’s arrival for regular vessels and 48 hours for

non regular vessels/tramping vessels.

1. Philippine Ports Authority –PDO Manila

Attention: 1. The Port Manager, for PMO - South Harbour

Attention: 2. Office of the Harbour Master

Int’l Container Terminal Services Inc for MICT

2. Bureau of Customs–Boarding and Inspection Section

Attention: Boarding Officer

3. Bureau of Quarantine

4. Bureau of Immigration

5. Bureau of Plant Quarantine

6. Bureau of Animal Quarantine

7. Philippine Coast Guard Boarding Team

8. Manila Pilots’ Association (Private)

9. Cargo Handling Contractor (Private)

10. Asian Terminal Inc.

ISPS COMPLIANCE: Port is compliant.

PFSO: Port Authority, South Harbour. Tel: +63 (2) 527 9694.

Port Authority, North Harbour. Captain Rogelio B Victor. Tel: +63 (2)

244 2612. Fax: +63 (2) 245 2930.

MAX. SIZE: Draft 12.0 m.

Containers: Depth 14.5 m.

Rosario: Crude: Depth 15.2 m.

DENSITY: Variable.

APPROACHES: The fairway channel has length 4,000 m. and width

250 m. Controlling depth 12.2 m.

PILOTAGE: Compulsory in Manila Harbour and Pasig River. Available

throughout 24 hours. Pilots listen on VHF Channel 16. Pilot boat is white with

letter P painted in red on the bow.

Pilot boards foreign vessels outside the breakwater, interisland vessels at

Buoy No. 1, near the entrance to Pasig River, and container vessels bound

for MICT at position Lat. 14_ 36' 15.0" N, Long. 120_ 53' 50.0" E.

Pilot/accommodation ladder to be rigged on the lee side.

AUTHORITY: Philippine Ports Authority, Bonifacio Drive, South Harbor,

Port Area, Manila 1018, Philippines. Tel: +63 (2) 527 8356. Fax: +63 (2)

527 4855. Email: gm@ppa.com.ph Web: www.ppa.com.ph

Contact: Osacar M Sevilla, General Manager. Tel: +63 (2) 527 4844.

Fax: +63 (2) 527 4853. Email: oscar.sevilla@ppa.com.ph

Leopoldo Bungubung, Assistant General Manager for Operations.

Email: agmo@ppa.com.ph


MUMBAI (formerly Bombay): 18_ 54' N 072_ 49' E

OVERVIEW: India’s principal port, situated in a natural, deep-water,

sheltered harbour, protected by Konkan mainland to the east and the island

of Mumbai on the west.

It consists of three main berthing areas and two tanker terminals; and

handles general cargo, containers, bulk, heavy-lift, iron and steel, forest

products, fruit and foodstuffs.

LOCATION: On the west coast of the state of Maharashtra, on the

mid-west coast of the country.

CHARTS: BA Charts No. 1487, 2621 and 2624.


1 Application to Inspector of Police for Shore Passes

4 Arms/Ammunitions Lists

3 Arrival Reports

1 Cargo Manifest with Bill of Lading for the same

Cargo Plan

4 Crew Effects Declarations

4 Crew Lists

1 Dangerous Cargo List

1 Deck Cargo Declaration

1 Derat (Exemption) Certificate (Ship Sanitation Control (Exemption)


4 Foreign Currency Declarations

1 Indian Coast Light Dues Receipt (if any).

1 Insurance Certificates*

1 International Load Line Certificate

1 International Safety Equipment Certificate

1 International Safety Radio Certificate (Telegraphy)

4 Narcotics Certificates

4 Passenger Lists

4 Passenger Effects Declarations

1 Port Clearance from Last Port

1 Ship’s Register

4 Stores Lists

1 Through Cargo Manifest

* Owners must produce insurance cover for compensation in relation to

wreck removal expenses and pollution damage caused by spillage of oil or

any hazardous and noxious substance. This must be issued by a P&I Club

which is a member of an International Group of P&I Club or a club duly

approved by the Central Government. Any vessel that fails to produce the

required insurance cover shall not be allowed to enter the port.

Note: The above list of documents is likely to undergo a change in order to

bring the documentation and procedures in line with IMO convention on

Facilitation (subject to special needs of Public Authorities in India).

ISPS COMPLIANCE: The port is compliant.

PFSO: Captain Vinod Malhotra. Tel: +91 (22) 2261 9565, 6656 5023.

Mobile: +91 98333 93070.

Shri RN Shaikh, Chief Security Officer. Tel: +91 (22) 6656 5650,

2261 3051. Email: cso@mbptmail.com

Also see ‘‘Pre-Arrival Information’’.

MAX. SIZE: Draft 11.8 m. (HW).

Anchorage: Draft 9.75 m.

Containers: Draft 10.0 m. (CD).

Passengers: Draft 10.0 m. (CD).

Tankers: Draft 14.3 m.

Also see ‘‘Restrictions’’.

DENSITY: The port of Mumbai is essentially a salt water port and major

fluctuations in the density occur on account of tide. Density varies mostly in

monsoon period June to September. Sea water temperature 18 – 23_C

throughout the year.

RESTRICTIONS: According to state of tide and draft. Mumbai Channel

subject to siltation.

Drafts: Vessels with draft up to 11.8 m. shall be permitted subject to HW

being 3.6 m. and above. The corresponding HW height shall be taken into

account for vessels with draft 11.2 – 11.8 m.

1268 Readers are encouraged to send updates and additions (page x)

Locks: Entrance lock to Indira Dock length 228.6 m., width 30.5 m. Vessels

dock and undock from about 3 hours before high water to half an hour before

high water.

Bridges: None.

ARRIVAL: Vessel is considered to have ‘‘arrived’’ when Pilot is embarked

and/or when vessel is required to anchor outside pilotage area awaiting a

suitable tide, as in the case of large tankers and has reported to VTS.

PILOTAGE: Compulsory for all power-driven merchant vessels of 100 n.t.

and over to have a Pilot on board to proceed north of pilot station. Such

vessels may not enter, leave or shift berths in this area without a Pilot or

Harbour Official on board.

The pilotage limit outward is marked by a line drawn E–W through Prongs


Pilots now embark/disembark inbound/outbound vessels only from/in a pilot

launch usually painted white with the legend ‘‘Pilot’’ on the side. During the

SW monsoon season a long swell prevails at the port entrance and it is

imperative that vessels should give a proper lee, as the pilot launch may

experience difficulties in coming alongside. During such times, Masters will

be advised by the Pilot vessel which side to make a lee. During the early

part of the SW monsoon, when the wind is south of SW, the sea runs from

the south and Masters are advised to keep their ships heading east when

making a lee for the Pilot.

Pilots will board in approximate position Lat. 18_ 51' N, Long. 072_ 49.5' E,

from a white pilot launch with the legend ‘‘Pilot’’ on either side.

A radar equipped Vessel Traffic Management System listens on VHF

Channel 16 and works on Channel 12.

Minimum 24 hours’ notice to Agents and Harbour Master, Mumbai, through

Mumbai Radio (VWB).

Mumbai Port Trust operates a VHF service, call sign ‘‘Prongs’’, on VHF

Channels 16 or 12, Port Signal Station on VHF Channel 12. VHF

Channel 14 used as a change-over channel.

1. ‘‘Mumbai Port Signals’’ for Harbour Control, Port Signal Station and

Prongs Lighthouse.

2. ‘‘Jawahar Dweep Island’’ for Marine Oil Terminal.

Inbound vessels are required to contact Harbour Control/Prongs

Lighthouse on VHF Channel 12 to report ETA and receive instructions.

Also see ‘‘VTS/Radar’’.


Tata Power: Operator: Tata Power Co Ltd. Tel: + 91 (22) 5666 8121,

5665 8628, 5666 8122. Web: www.tatapower.com Contact: SM Khanolkar,

General Manager Projects. Mr Panthagi, General Manager.

Facilities: Tata jetty berthing face length 188 m., handles bulk coal at

1,500 tonnes/day and fuel oil for the Tata Power Station.

Bulk coal is discharged to lighter barges at the anchorage by

self-discharging vessels.

Piracy: Vessels should take the usual theft precautions.

AUTHORITY: Mumbai Port Trust, Port Bhavan, Shoorji Vallabhai Marg,

Mumbai 400 001, Maharashtra, India. Tel: +91 (22) 2256 5656.

Fax: +91 (22) 2261 2404. Telex: 081 11 81047. Email: mbpt@vsnl.com

Web: www.mumbaiport.gov.in Contact: Capt. M M Rodrigues, Deputy

Conservator. Tel: +91 (2) 2261 4345, 6656 4021. Email: dc@mbptmail.com

V Ranganath, Traffic Manager. Tel: +91 (22) 2261 4391, 6656 4051.

Email: tm@mbptmail.com

AGENT: GAC Shipping (India) Pvt Ltd, PO Box 226 GPO, Mumbai 400001,

India. Tel: +91 (22) 5636 7800. Fax: +91 (22) 5636 7900.

Telex: 118598 GAC IN. Email: india@gacworld.com

Web: www.gacindia.com


KHOLMSK, Sakhalin Is: 47_ 03' N 142_ 03' E

OVERVIEW: The port is open for navigation all the year round, however

due to its position, size and weather conditions in the area, cannot be used

as a sheltering port. The port is divided into three parts; the Kovsh (a basin)

and the Commercial and Fishing Harbours. The Commercial Harbour is

situated in the centre of the port area. Cargo berths are situated in the Kovsh

in the southern part of the harbour.

LOCATION: On the western coast of Sakhalin Island, in the Tartarsky

Strait of the Japan Sea and at the head of Nevelskoy Bay.

CHARTS: BA Charts No. 1801, 2161 and 3340.

PORT LIMITS: The outer roads of the port are bounded by an arc of

0.7 n.m. radius, the centre of which is marked with a light located on the

Southern Mole of the Commercial Harbour.


Boarding Port of Call Officials:

International Certificate on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (for

vessels carrying more than 2,000 tons of oil)

Load Line Certificate (or International Load Line Exemption Certificate)

Measurement Certificate

Passenger Ship Safety Certificate

Ship’s Patent

Health Authorities:

Derat (Exemption) Certificate

International Certificate of Vaccination

Maritime Sanitary Declaration

Ship’s Health Certificate

Customs Officials:

Cargo Declaration

Crew List

General Declaration

Passenger List

Ship’s Crew Personal Effects Declaration

The Master must declare to the Customs:

Bills of Lading and other documents for the cargoes carried by the vessel

Cargo Manifest

Other Ship’s documents on request

ISPS COMPLIANCE: Port is compliant.

MAX. SIZE: LOA 132 m., beam 20.0 m., draft 8.0 m.

PILOTAGE: Compulsory. Pilots should be ordered 2 hours in advance

from the port dispatcher. Pilot meets vessel in the outer roads, in position

Lat. 47_ 03.48' N, Long. 142_ 01.93' E. In the event of bad weather, when Pilot

is unable to come on board, vessel should follow in the wake of pilot boat.

BERTHS: Two general cargo berths depth 8.0 m. alongside, max. draft

6.0 m., LOA 105 m. and beam 20 m. equipped to handle general and bulk

cargoes, metals, timber, food products, etc., as well as passenger traffic.

CARGO HANDLING FACILITIES: Available in addition to inter-port

transport facilities. Enclosed warehouses and open concrete floor sheds


STEVEDORES: All cargo operations in the port are conducted by

Kholmsk Commercial Seaport Stevedoring Co Ltd. Tel: +7 (42433) 66494.

Fax: +7 (42433) 50145.

MEDICAL: All requirements should be ordered in advance through the

Agent if medical assistance required on board.

FRESH WATER: Available from berth. Road delivery not possible.

FUEL: Not available.

DRY DOCK: See ‘‘Vanino’’.

REPAIRS: Only minor repairs can be carried out.

SURVEYORS: Inspectors of the Shipping Register of Russia only.

POLICE/AMBULANCE/FIRE: Police Tel: 602. Ambulance Tel: 603.

Fire Tel: 601.

SECURITY/GANGWAY: Gangway watch compulsory and carried out

by ship’s crew.

Tide: Changes in the water level are small, and are mainly due to the irregular

diurnal tides. The max. tidal range is 0.4 m.

CONSULS: Japan in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk City, 100 km. from Kholmsk.

TELEPHONES: Can be arranged on board. Mobile telephone coverage

provided, GSM 900/1800 (2010).

NEAREST AIRPORT: Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk International Airport, 100 km.

BANKS: National banks with ATM facilities available.

CUSTOMS: No restrictions on tobacco and alcohol on board ship. Only

tobacco required for personal consumption may be taken ashore.

AUTHORITY: Kholmsk Seaport Maritime Administration, 39 Sovetskaya

Street, Kholmsk 694620, Sakhalin Island, Russia. Tel: +7 (424) 335 0332.

Contact: Head of Seaport Administration.

AGENT: Marine Flot Sakhalin Ship Agents Ltd, 46/3 Sovetskaya Street,

Kholmsk 694620, Sakhalin, Russia. Tel: +7 (4242) 472107, (4243) 336061.

Fax: +7 (4243) 355310. Email: marinflotkholmsk@mail.ru


HAI PHONG: 20_ 52' N 106_ 41' E

OVERVIEW: The port has modern facilities and equipment and sufficient

infrastructure to meet all international modes of transport and trade.

LOCATION: 100 km. east of Hanoi on the Cua Cam River, one of the

main channels of the Red River Estuary.

CHARTS: BA Charts No. 1965 and 3875.


Arrival Procedure:

a) Arrival documents to be filled in or signed:

5 Cargo Manifests

5 Cargo Plans

Crew Effects Declaration (individual declaration)

8 Crew Lists

5 Dangerous Cargo Declarations

2 Declarations of Arrival

8 Lists of Articles Forbidden to be Used in Port

2 Maritime Declarations of Health

8 Passenger Lists

Passengers Personal Effects (individual declaration)

Phyto Quarantine Certificate

Phyto Sanitary and Fumigation Certificates

Ship’s Stores Manifest

Veterinary Certificate

Zoological Quarantine Declaration

Application for crew members and passengers shore passes (to be returned

before ship’s departure).

b) Arrival documents to be submitted to Port Authority:

Certificates of Competency of Officers and Engineers (for all officers on


Certificates of Proficiency in Survival Craft

Foreign Currency Declaration and Invoices

International Certificate of Vaccination for Passengers and Crew

International Load Line Certificate

International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate

International Tonnage Certificate

Last Port Clearance

P&I Insurance Policy (all tankers)

Safety Equipment Certificate

Safety Radio Certificate

Seaman’s Passports or Seaman’s Books of Crew and Passports of


Ship’s Derat (or Exemption) Certificate

Ship Nationality Certificate

Ship Safety Construction Certificate

Transit Cargo Manifest

Zoological and Botanical Transit Cargo Manifest

Departure Procedure:

6 Crew Lists and Passenger Lists (if changes)

2 Declaration of Departure

3 Maritime Declarations of Health

6 Outward Cargo Manifests

6 Personal Effects Declarations

ISPS COMPLIANCE: Port is compliant.

PFSO: No. 8A Tran Phu, Ngo Quyen District, Hai Phong City, Vietnam.

Tel: +84 (31) 385 9914. Fax: +84 (31) 551337.

MAX. SIZE: 50,000 d.w.t., LOA 200 m., beam 30.0 m., draft 7.5 m.

Tankers: Draft 14.0 m.

Also see ‘‘Agent’s Report’’ dated August 2003.

DENSITY: Low tide less sand, 1000, at berths.

PILOTAGE: Compulsory for all foreign vessels and Vietnamese vessels

over 2,000 g.t. Pilot boats are painted buff with a red stripe and a yellow star.

Contact pilot station on VHF Channels 9 and 16.

Pilot Station: Southward semi-circle having radius of 1 n.m. centred on

position Lat. 20_ 40.0' N, Long. 106_ 51.0' E.

PRATIQUE: See ‘‘General –Pratique’’ before first Vietnam port.

VHF: Port Authority on Channel 16, working Channels 6 and 10.

BULK FACILITIES: Hoang Dieu Terminal: Berths No. 6, 7,

9 and 10 have moveable bagging machines. Berths No. 6 – 11 can also

handle bulk cargo, (except coal), with manual bagging machine. Web: www.jardine-shipping.com

STEVEDORES: Ordered through Agent.

Stevedores work throughout 24 hours in four shifts, 0000 – 0600,

0600 – 1200, 1200 – 1800, 1800 – 2400 hrs.

Loading or discharging rates are those stipulated by charter party or by

agreement between cargo owners and the stevedoring companies.

Hatches: Opened/closed by ship’s crew, or by stevedores if requested.

Cargo Gear: Cargo handled by ship’s cranes or by shore cranes. Use of

shore cranes must be requested in advance.

AUTHORITY: Head Office: Haiphong Port Holding Ltd Liability Co, 8A

Tran Phu Street, Hai Phong City, Ngo Quyen District, Vietnam.

Tel: +84 (31) 385 9456, 355 2049. Fax: +84 (31) 383 6943, 385 9973.

Email: haiphongport@hn.vnn.vn Web: www.haiphongport.com.vn

Contact: Port Director.

Port Office: Maritime Administration of Hai Phong, No. 01A Minh Khai,

Hong Bang Street, Hai Phong City, Vietnam. Tel: +84 (31) 384 2682.

Fax: +84 (31) 384 2634. Email: cangvu.hpg@vinamarine.gov.vn

Web: www.cangvuhaiphong.com.vn Contact: Vu Hong Quang, Harbour

Master. Email: brightvu2009@gmail.com

AGENT: Vosco Agency & Logistics (VOSAL), 215 Lach Tray Street, Hai

Phong City, Vietnam. Tel: +84 (31) 373 1441, 373 1979. Fax: +84 (31)

382 9086. Telex: 311251, 311215 VOSCO VT. Email: vosal@vosco.vn

Web: www.vosco.vn

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