TERMINAL INFORMATION

 

Port and Terminal Information Table

Terminal location

Oil Loading Terminal is located in the Kozmino Bay (South-east part of Nakhodka Bay between the Kozmina and Krylova Capes.

Local time

GMT + 10

Port operation

Port and Oil Loading Terminal are 24 hours day and year round operation if weather permitting

Tidal range

0,3 – 0,4 m

Pilotage

Compulsory

Tug service

Available

Number of tanker’s jetties

1

Berth №1 berthing side

Port side alongside. Bow outward.

Berth №2 berthing side

Starboard side alongside. Bow outward.

Max load displacement and draught at berth № 1

182 600 ton x 17,0 m

Max load displacement and draught at berth № 2

182 600 ton x 17,0 m

Tanker anchorage

Nakhodka Bay (Zaliv)  Area № 211

Weather restrictions

Berthing operations prohibited when wind force higher than 14 m/sec.

Ice condition

Terminal situated in the non-freeze bay

Radiocommunications

Operator

Call name

VHF Channel

VTS at Nakhodka Bay

Nakhodka Traffic

13

Terminal Dispatcher

Kozmino-1

10

Marine Dispatcher

Kozmino-2

10

Port State Control Vostochny

Vostochny-5

14

Pilot Station

Pilot Vostochny

14

Oil Spill Responsible Team/Duty officer

TNS-30

10

 

REQUIREMENTS TO TANKERS AT BERTH №1

 

Parameter

Unit

Allowed value

Length max

m

274.5

Width max

m

48

Loaded draught

m

Not more than 17,0*

Max height of manifold loading flanges above the sea level

m

22,0**

Min height of the manifold loading flanges above the sea level (upon loading completion)

m

6,2**

Loading arms

pcs

4 + 1 for vapor return system

Maximum loading rate

ton/hour

14 000 (4 loading arms)

Distance between axes of the manifold loading flanges

m

3   loading +1 vapor return system 2,0 – 4,8 m

4   loading +1 vapor return system 3,1 – 4,8 m

Vapor return system flange

pcs

2***

Distance between loading flange face and the vessel side

m

3,5 – 6,65 m

Loading arm connection size/manifold loading flange inner size

inch

16


 

Manifold loading flanges thickness

mm

34 - 39

Manifold loading flanges outer size

inch

23,5

Number of loading inlets

pcs

3 - 4

Distance between the deck and loading inlets axes

m

2,1

Ice class requirements to the vessel

No any requirements

 

 

According to requirements of Russian Sea Port Technological Designing the water clearance shall be not less 2,5 m for ship DWT 150 000 tons and more.

*According to the Harbor Master’s order No.008-P dd February 25, 2016.

** Taking into account the changes in sea level at high tide and low tide.

*** When berthing with port side alongside to berth No.1 the vessel’s vapor return system flange should be closer to the stern of the vessel. When berthing with starboard side alongside – closer to the bow of the vessel.

 

REQUIREMENTS TO TANKERS AT BERTH №2

 

Parameter

Unit

Allowed value

Length max

m

274.5

Width max

m

48

Loaded draught

m

Not more than 17,0*

Max height of manifold loading flanges above the sea level

m

22,0**

Min height of the manifold loading flanges above the sea level (upon loading completion)

m

6,2**

Loading arms

pcs

4 + 1 for vapor return system

Maximum loading rate

ton/hour

14 000 (4 loading arms)

Distance between axes of the manifold loading flanges

m

3   loading +1 vapor return system 2,0 – 4,8 m

4   loading +1 vapor return system 3,1 – 4,8 m

Vapor return system flange

pcs

2***

Distance between loading flange face and the vessel side

m

3,5 – 6,65 m

Loading arm connection size/manifold loading flange inner size

inch

16

Manifold loading flanges thickness

mm

34 - 39

Manifold loading flanges outer size

inch

23,5

Number of loading inlets

pcs

3 - 4

Distance between the deck and loading inlets axes

m

2,1

Ice class requirements to the vessel

 

No any requirements

 

According to requirements of Russian Sea Port Technological Designing the water clearance shall be not less 2,5 m for ship DWT 150 000 tons and more.

*According to the Harbor Master’s order No.052-P dd November 16, 2016.

** Taking into account the changes in sea level at high tide and low tide.

*** When berthing with starboardside alongside to berth No.2 the vessel’s vapor return system flange should be closer to the stern of the vessel. When berthing with port side alongside – closer to the bow of the vessel.

 

BERTH PARAMETERS

 

of berth

Length

Depth

Max draught

Berth  1

441,9 m

20,0 m

17,0 m*

Berth  2

441,9 m

20,0 m

17,0 m*

 

*According to requirements of Russian Sea Port Technological Designing the water clearance shall be not less 2,5 m for ship DWT 150 000 tons and more

 

TUG TABLE AVAILABLE FOR MOORING

 

Tug Name

BHP

Propulsion

Bollard Pull, tons

PUMA

3345

2 x azimuth stern drive

42

TIGR

3345

2 x azimuth stern drive

42

PANTERA

5040

2 x azimuth stern drive

67

JAGUAR

5040

2 x azimuth stern drive

67

 

MOORING OPERATIONS

THE SPEED OF APPROACH TO THE BERTH SHALL BE NOT MORE THAN 0,08 M/S. THE VESSEL SHALL MAKE PARALLEL CONTACT WITH THE BERTH. ON CLOSER APPROACH, AT ABOUT 20-25 METERS DURING ICE-FREE PERIOD, MOORING LINES SHALL BE TENDERED TO ADJUST THE VESSEL’S POSITION.


ISPS CODE

A vessel shall comply with the requirements of the ISPS Code. Upon arrival at the terminal, the Company’s Security Officer shall have the right to board the tanker to co-ordinate with the vessel’s Administration the conditions of the tanker’s stay alongside the Terminal.

Terminal UNLOCODE: RUVYP-0070

Current security level- 1

FIRE WIRES

Fire wires of adequate length shall be made fast on the off-shore side fore and aft. The end of wires shall run out and shall be maintained 1 m above the water so that they can be used  by tugs when necessary.

FREEZING WEATHER

During periods of freezing weather (from October till April) it is necessary to pay attention to preparedness of the vessel’s mooring equipment, cargo pipe-lines, hydraulic system and drain system for loading. All crew members should be aware of safe operating and be properly prepared to work in low temperature conditions, should properly use all ships systems of mooring and loading cargo in order to avoid any damages, failures of equipment and spills of Crude Oil.