Additional Requirements Necessary For Berthing At Our Sea Island Jetty Are As Follows:

17◦ 09.01’N,
The accepted anchorage is defined by the following coordinates:17◦09.71’N, 061◦ 53.77’W and 17◦09.43’N, 061◦53.12’W17◦09.26’N, 061◦54.08’W and 17◦09.13’N, 061◦53.34’W West of berth around position 17◦09.19’N, 061◦53.20’W Approximately one nautical mile
13.0 metres 10.9 metres Diurnal 0.2 metres
1.024kg/cu m Fenders are not allowed to compress when berthing The berth is constructed of concrete, with one main deck and tow breasting dolphins either ends Floating cylindrical foam-filled rubber fenders. Four (4) on main jetty only
10.0 metres All vessels above 20,000 DWT, 1.0 metre .Below 20,000 DWT, 0.8 metres 184.5 metres 90.0 metres
40.0 metres 56.0 metres 42,000 Tonnes All berthing and un-berthing carried out in day light hours only
Available and compulsory Normally 24 hours in advance Tug is compulsory. Port Authority has one tug and there is a private tug also, the availability of which requires prior notice Various grades of Mogas, Fuel Oil, Gas Oil, Jet Fuel, LPG Mix and Butane
Single and concurrent Fuel oil: 6”, ASA, 150#. LPG: 4”, ASA 300#. All other 8”, ASA, 150# Fuel oil: 16”, Jet Fuel: 10”, Gas Oil: 8”, Mogas: 8”, LPG: 4” Approximately 1,482 metres
Approximately 2,037 metres LPG: 200psi all other 120 psi Measured at ships manifold 2,200 Bbls/hr 1,000 Bbls/hr
2,500 Bbls/1hr 2,000 Bbl/1hr 360 Bbl/1hr 24 hours
Only ballast water in segregated ballast tanks is permitted to be discharged at this berth. Ship must have a crane/derrick in working order capable of lifting 2.0 tonnes minimum No wire ropes accepted at this facility, only synthetic rope All vessels over 20,000 DWT must be fitted with a IG System
No vapour return line fitted at this time Bunkers offered at Sea Island Jetty Gas Oil and Fuel Oil This berth does not have any facilities for the handling of slops Normally by gravity
No handling of garbage at this facility Inspectorate, Intertek, STAS Petroleum Services & Control Ltd