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Ennore port (E India)

Ennore port (E India)

Characteristics

Description

Ennore Port, about 24 km north of Chennai Port, is  the first port in India which is a public company.
Ennore Port lies on the northeastern corner of the state of Tamil Nadu on a flat coastal plain known as the Eastern Coastal Plains, on the Coromandel coast.

Depths—Limitations

The port has two breakwaters; North Breakwater is 3,080m long while South Breakwater is 1,080m long. The entrance channel, about 3,750m long and 250m wide, is dredged to a depth of 16m. The harbor basin is dredged to a depth of 15m and consists of two 280m long coal berths.
One berth can accommodate vessels up to 65,000 dwt; the other berth can accommodate vessels up to 77,000 dwt.

Pilotage

Pilotage is compulsory. The pilot boards about 0.1 mile S of Fairway Lighted Buoy (13°12.9'N., 80°22.4'E.).

Regulations

Vessels should report their ETA to Ennore Port Control 48 hours, 24 hours, and 3 hours in advance. Any changes of more than 2 hours should be immediately reported.
Vessels should also contact Ennore Port Control 3 hours prior to entering or leaving the harbor.

The ETA message should contain the following information:
1. Vessel’s name, call sign, grt, nrt, dwt, loa, and beam.
2. Draft forward and aft.
3. Cargo grade and quantity on board.
4. ETA at Fairway Lighted Buoy (in local time).
5. Local agent.

Contact Information

Tel: 91 44 2521666
Fax: 91-44-25251665
Mail: marine@ennoreportltd.com

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13nm
196°
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Armagon shoal (E India)

35nm
350°
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347°
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39nm
193°
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Krishnapatnam port (Andra Pradesh-E India)

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Shallinger Shoal (Andra Pradesh-E India)

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Pondicherry lighthouse (E India)

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Local Area

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