Last Updated: 20 Sep 2022
Kakinada Deep Water Port was commissioned by the Government of AP in November 1997 with a quay length of 610 Meters. The Kakinada Seaports took over operations when the port was privatized in 1999. Ten years later, the port was expanded to 2,500 meters of quay length for multi-product handling and stand-alone facility for off-shore supplies for deep sea exploration.
|UN Locator Code||INKAK|
|Location||Latitude / Longitude: 16.93134° / 82.305795°|
|Anchorage Area||Latitude / Longitude: 17.007845° / 82.46853°|
|Pilot boarding||At fairway bouy.
|Maneuvering time from Anchorage to Berth||1.5 Hrs to 2 Hrs.|
|VHF Channel Number||VHF Channel 14 & 16|
|Water Density||1.021 - 1.024.|
|Weather||Kakinada port is an all weather port. Kakinada has a tropical Savannah climate with hot, humid weather most of the year.
The warmest time of the year is late May and early June, with maximum temperatures around 38-42 °C (100-108 °F).
|BA Charts required||Indian Chart: 3009 & BA Chart: 575|
|Stevedoring Working Hrs||1st Shift Fm 0600 hrs to 1400 hrs
2nd Shift Fm 1400 hrs to 2200 hrs
3rd Shift Fm 2200 hrs to 0600 hrs
|Tide||Every 12 Hours|
|Discharge Facility||FLOATING CRANE / MOBILE CRANE :- 05 nos mobile cranes Available|
|Vessel Age Permitted||25 Years & subject to class approved by DG SHIPPING.|
|Minimum Crane Outreach||8 MTRS|
|Berth No||LOA(Mrts)||Beam(Mtrs)||Draft(Mtrs)||DWT||Qty||SWL||Cargo Handled|
|KAKINADA PORT TERMINAL|
|1||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|2||295||45||14.50(On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|3||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|4||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|5||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|6||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|7||295||45||14.50 (On High tide)||-||-||-||-|
|OSV ( Finger Jetties ) - 1||90||25||8.5||-||-||-||-|
|OSV ( Finger Jetties ) - 2||90||25||8.5||-||-||-|
1) 05 nos mobile cranes details as below:-
• Mobile crane LHM 400 capacity of 100 tons.
• 04 nos mobile crane LHM 550 capacity of 100 tons.
• Mobile crane LHM 984 capacity of 40 tons with 06 & 08 Cbm grabs.
• Private parties are having shore grabs (both radio remote control and electro hydraulic) available at Kakinada port.
For loading & discharging rate, Please contact us on web chat or e-mail at email@example.com
1) FRESH WATER :- Available
2) FUEL :- Available
3) PROVISION :- Available
4) GANGWAY :- Shore Gangway not available
Latest Updated: 20.09.2022
1) PORT DUES :
a) Bulk /Break bulk/Liquid/General cargo vessels :- $ 0.398 upto 30,000 GRT
:- $ 0.423 upto 30,001 GRT to above GRT
b) OSVs /Non cargo vessels/Container vessels/LNG vessels :- $ 0.792 upto 30,000 GRT
:- $ 0.817 upto 30,001 GRT to above GRT
2) PILOTAGE CHARGES :
a) Bulk /Break bulk/Liquid/General cargo vessels for each Entry of Berthing & Un-berthing :- $ 1.305 upto 30,000 GRT
:- $ 1.467 upto 30,000 GRT to above GRT
b) OSVs /Non cargo vessels/Container vessels/LNG vessels for each Entry of Berthing & Un-berthing :- $ 0.911 upto 30,000 GRT
:- $ 1.072 upto 30,000 GRT to above GRT
NOTE :- Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels. The rates in the schedule are subject to a minimum of USD 5,488/- for using pilot and Tug/Tugs and USD 2,747/- for Pilotage where no tug or tugs are required in respect of all vessels to be paid. The decision of using tug/tugs rests at the discretion of KSPL only.
3) BERTH HIRE CHARGES :
a) All Foreign going / Coastal vessels Per GRT Per day :- $ 0.193 upto 30,000 GRT
:- $ 0.202 upto 30,000 GRT to above GRT
:- Minimum charge of $ 548 per vessel per day.
4) ANCHORAGE CHARGES : NA
5) MARINE AIDS TO NAVIGATION DUES(ILH) : INR 7.5 per NRT
6) FENDER CHARGES : NA
7) PRIORITY : NA
Note : GST 18% applicable on all kind of services
Above restrictions / information are current and are subject to change without any prior intimation from port authorities