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Paradip port (Orissa-NE India)

Paradip port (Orissa-NE India)

Characteristics

Description

Paradip lies on the coast about 6.5 miles ENE of the entrance of the Jatadharmhan River.
The port handles containers, general cargo, dry bulk cargo, and liquid bulk cargo.

Depth—Limitations

The port is approached through a channel with dredged depth of 12.8m. Vessels with a draft of 13m can utilize this port, which offers problem-free berthing year round. Berth information is given in the accompanying table.

LASH operations are normally carried out between the mother ship at the anchorage and the lighter berths at the S end of the general cargo wharf.

The port has a large turning basin 520m in diameter, with a dredged depth of 12.8m.

Aspect

Paradip Light is shown from a round concrete tower, 1.5 miles W of the entrance to the port. The entrance to the port is protected by a N and a S breakwater. A trestle pier projects from the S breakwater.

The channel leading into the inner harbor passes about midway between two breakwaters and then extends NW to the turning basin close SW of the T-head jetty on the E side of the harbor. The alignment of the main fairway is indicated by two pairs of range lights.

Pilotage

Pilotage is compulsoryfor all vessels greater than 200 gross tons and is available 24 hours. Pilots board 2 miles SE of the harbor entrance.

Departing vessels should reuest a pilot from Port Control on VHF channel 16 at least 2 hours prior to departure.

Regulations

Vessels should send their ETA 24 hours in advance.

The following information should be sent by radio when a vessel is within 40 to 60 miles to the port:
1. Vessel’s name.
2. Last port of call.
3. ETA.
4. Gross tonnage.
5. Length overall.
6. Breadth.
7. Draft.
8. Deadweight tonnage.
9. Speed.
10. Dangerous cargo.
11. Type and quantity of cargo.
12. Name of agent and requirements.

Signals

Storm and weather signals are shown at Paradip; the General System is used.

Contact Information

Port Control can be contacted, as follows:

1. Call sign: Paradip Port
2. VHF: VHF channels 6, 9, 12, and 16
3. E-mail: pptinet@dte.vsnl.net.in

The harbormaster can be contacted, as follows:

1. Telephone: 91-6722-222012
2. Facsimile: 91-6722-223498
3. E-mail: harbourmaster_ppt@email.com

Caution

An SPM has been established about 10 miles SE of the entrance to the Jatadharmohan River. A submarine pipeline extends from the SPM to a point on the coast about 4.5 miles WSW of the entrance to Paradip Harbor.

Anchorage areas for VLCCs, each with a radius of 1.5 miles, are centered about 4.5 miles S and about 5.5 miles ENE of the SPM. Anchorage is prohibited within 2 miles of the SPM and within 1 mile of the submarine pipeline.

The low coast extends about 3 miles ENE and terminates at the Lion’s Rump, on the S side of the entrance of the Mahanadi River.
A conspicuous white house and a water tower stand about 0.5 mile SW of the Lion’s Rump.

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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

False point (Orissa-NE India)

4.3nm
56°
About 2.5 miles NNE of the Lion’s Rump, False Point lies between the two entrances of the Mahanadi River and has been reported to be a good radar target up to 17 miles.
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Kanika sand (Orissa-NE India)

37nm
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Palmyras Point (Orissa-NE India)

34nm
31°
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Balisahi Point (Orissa-NE India)

38nm
24°
Balisahi Point is the extremity of the low land N of the entrance of the Dhamra River.

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Shortt Island (Orissa-NE India)

37nm
36°
Shortt Island, 3 m high, is the largest of four small islands which lie on a drying shoal about 3 miles N of Maipura Point. The configuration of the island is constantly changing due to the continuous action of the sea. A tower, 17.3m high, stands close off the E side of the island.
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Devi point (Orissa-NE India)

51nm
237°
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Puri port (Orissa-NE India)

55nm
238°
Puri port is an open roadstead harbor and lies on a low sandy ridge on the coast where large buildings stretch about 3 miles fronting the sea.
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19 Apr 12

Puri lighthouse (Orissa-NE India)

56nm
238°
Puri is known internationally for Lord Jagannath temple and the annual Rath yatra. Puri is the Rail terminus providing direct trains to all major cities. The lighthouse is situated about 8 km west of Railway station.
It is a 25 m high circular tower with black and white bands, ...
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Baleshwar (or Balasore) (N Orissa-NE India)

75nm
14°
Baleshwar lies on the S bank of the Burhabalang River, about 16 miles above its mouth. This town was formerly a port of some importance, but in recent years there has been no seaborne trade.

Cargo is transported by barges from the anchorage in Baleshwar Road.
It is best ...
26 Apr 12

Panchpara River (N Orissa-NE India)

78nm
18°
The Panchpara River discharges into the sea about 4.5 miles NE of the entrance of the Burhabalang River. The river is navigable only by small native craft capable of crossing the bar.
26 Apr 12

Subarnareka River (N Orissa-NE India)

86nm
27°
Subarnarekha River (also called Swarnarekha River) flows through the Indian states of Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa.
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26 Apr 12

Hugli River Entrance (W Bengal-India)

110nm
40°
Eastern Channel Light Vessel, which is frequently moved, marks the entrance of Eastern Channel, the main fairway leading to the Hugli River. Eastern Channel is available for use both by day and night and leads into Gaspar Channel, which in turn leads into Sagar Roads.

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False Bay (Orissa-NE India)

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Kanika sand (Orissa-NE India)

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