Last Updated: 12 May 2020
Gangavaram Port has been developed as an all weather, multipurpose port with water depth upto 21 meters, making it the deepest and capable of handling fully laden Super Cape size vessels of upto 200,000 DWT. Gangavaram Port, with its deep draft berths and efficient operations has become the gateway port for a hinterland spread over 8 states across Eastern, Western, Southern and Central India. Its ability to handle larger vessels efficiently has resulted in substantial savings to trade and port users. Gangavaram Port provides efficient cargo handling services for a variety of bulk and break bulk cargo groups including Coal, Iron Ore, Fertilizer, Limestone, Bauxite, Raw Sugar, Project Cargo, Alumina, Steel products etc.
|UN Locator Code||INGGV|
|Location||Latitude : 17° 37' N
Longitude : 83° 14' E
|Anchorage Area||Latitude 17.541905° and Longitude 83.293875°|
|Pilot boarding||About 2 nautical miles East-South-
East of first pair of channel bouys ( no. 1&2 ) in approximate Lattitude 170 36.8' North, Longitude 0830 17.5' East.
|Maneuvering time from Anchorage to Berth||updated soon.....|
|VHF Channel Number||VHF Ch. 16. & Ch. 14.|
|Water Density||updated soon.....|
|Weather||It is all weather port protected by breakwaters.|
|BA Charts required||239 & Indian hydrographic chart 308 / 3035.|
|Stevedoring Working Hrs||Round the clock.|
|Tide||1.8 Mtrs (Range)|
|Discharge Facility||Shore harbour mobile crane.|
|Vessel Age Permitted||25 Years & subject to class approved by DG SHIPPING.|
|Minimum Crane Outreach||updated soon.....|
|Berth No||LOA(Mrts)||Beam(Mtrs)||Draft(Mtrs)||DWT||Qty||SWL||Cargo Handled|
|GANGAVARAM PORT PORT TERMINAL|
|BERTH NO.1||240||28||14||-||-||-||General Cargo Berth|
|BERTH NO. 2||275||31||15.50||-||5||1400 TPH||Multipurpose Berth|
|BERTH NO. 3||285||31||15.50||-||-||-||Other Dry Bulk|
|BERTH NO. 4 (IRON ORE MECHANICAL)||340||25||19.50||-||-||-||IRON ORE|
|BERTH NO. 5 ( Mechaniszed )||320||25||19.50||-||-||-||COAL|
|BERTH NO. 6 (Mechanized)||350||25||19.50||-||-||-||COAL|
|BERTH NO. 7||235||28||15.50||-||-||-||General Cargo/Multipurpose Cargo|
|BERTH NO. 8||235||28||15.50||-||-||-||General Cargo/Multipurpose Cargo|
|BERTH NO. 9||325||33.5||15.50||-||-||-||General Cargo/Multipurpose Cargo|
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1) FRESH WATER : Available.
2) FUEL OIL : Available.
3) PROVISION : Available.
1) PORT DUES :
a) $ 1.4 upto 45,000 GRT per entry
b) $ 1.57 upto 45,000 to above GRT per entry
2) BERTH HIRE CHARGES ( per GRT per Hour ) :
a) $ 0.012 upto 45,000 GRT
b) $ 0.013 upto 45,000 to above GRT
3) ANCHORAGE CHARGES :
NOTE :- Anchorage charges of USD 0.06 per GT per day shall be applicable for vessels receiving bunker or carrying out any other operation (as decided by GPL) at anchorage. These charges are not applicable for vessels waiting for berth. If a vessel arrives at GPL and notwithstanding Berth availability, the Master chooses not to berth the vessel for any reason (i.e. Option of Owner/Master /Charter/ Agent/Shipper/Receiver), then applicable Anchorage charges as per Port Tariff will be levied.
4) INDIAN LIGHT HOUSE DUES : INR 08.00 per NRT
5) GANGWAY CHARGES : $ 50 per day
6) ON BOARD SUPERVISION CHARGES: $ 500
6) FENDER CHARGES : NA
7) PRIORITY : NA
Above restrictions / information are current and are subject to change without any prior intimation from port authorities