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DAHEJ PORT - INDIA (ADANI & BIRLA JETTY): Vessel Line-Up



Port Details



Vessel Line-Up, V-OCEAN

The Port of Dahej is located in the Gulf of Cambay, at the junction of Guljaria and Ban Creek. It is a natural deep water port accommodating vessels of draft up to 25m. It is about 45 kilometers from Bharuch, which is now being connected to the Port of Dahej by a broad gauge rail siding with an initial capacity of 25-30 rakes a day. The nearest airports are at Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda. A deep draft multi cargo berthing facility is being proposed with a 3.5 km waterfront, to develop the port according to the directions of the Gujarat Maritime Board. In addition to this there are four other port facilities at Dahej, owned by Petronet LNG Limited (including a bulk terminal sub-concessioned to Adani), GCPTCL,ONGC OPAL, Birla Copper and Reliance Industries.



VESSEL WORKING AT BERTH
Updated 21 JANUARY 2021-------
BERTH NO.VESSEL NAMEIMP/EXPQTY (MT)CARGOETAETBETCDREMARKPOL/PODAGENTS
ADANI DAHEJ TERMINAL
-MV Seahope IID36747.889Urea15.01.2021/100015.01.2021/144520.01.2021/1857SailedSitra, BahrainSaba Shipping
-MV Peace AngelD56000Gypsum15.01.2021/160518.01.2021/202422.01.2021/AMWorkingHamriyah, UAEKshitij Marine Services Pvt Ltd
-MV Pan KristineD18687Steel Coils16.01.2021/034822.01.2021vWaitingKaohsiung, TaiwanSamsara Shipping
-MV Yasa EagleD75500Steam Coal18.01.2021/034020.01.2021/215524.01.2021/AMWorkingDNATaurus Shipping
-MV NBA RubensD93500Steam Coal02.02.2021/1200ETABrisbane, AustraliaGreyM Marine Pvt Ltd
MV Cape VeniD90000+/-Steam Coal10/11.02.2021ETANew Castle, AustraliaTaurus Shipping
DHIL TERMINAL
-MV DL MarigoldD11938Copper Concentrates18.01.2021/180018.01.2021/201821.01.2021WorkingAdelaide, AustraliaHimani Shipping
-MV African LoonD33904.13Copper Concentrates22.01.2021/010022.01.202126.01.2021ETAMatarani, PeruSeahorse (Himani Shipping)
-TBNL10000Sulphuric Acid25.01.2021ETADNADNA
-MV ZanteD58000Coal03.02.2021-ETADurban, South AfricaDNA
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NOTE: ALL FIGURES ARE ABOUT, VESSEL MOVEMENT PLANS ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDING ON PORT’S DECISION OF ALLOTMENT OF BERTHS