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Pier B and Navy Mole (Key West Harbor)

Pier B and Navy Mole (Key West Harbor)

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Description

Pier B is another deepwater berthing facility operated by The Truman Annex Company. It has 306-foot face with a mooring dolphin at the N end; deck height about 9 feet. Maneuverable ships up to 800 feet have docked here. The Truman Annex telephone number is 305-294-4000.

Outer Navy Mole, another deepwater berth has a 580-foot face; deck height about 7 feet. In May
1996 it was temporarily being utilized to dock vessels up to 855 feet in length under the direction of the Key West Department of
Transportation.


Municipal Wharf, Pier B, and the Outer Navy Mole are available for emergency dockage.

Contact the Key West Pilots Association, Key West Department of Transportation, or ships agents for further information.

10/03/2010
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Renée
Hafeneinfahrt B.
Key West Navy Mole.
10/01/2019
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Renee
Pier B and Navy Mole (Key West Harbor)
19/02/2010
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Joëlle
Pier B and Navy Mole (Key West Harbor)
19/02/2010
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Joëlle
Port B est un autre bassin profond, géré par la
Truman Annex Company. Il est long de 92 m avec un ponton à l'extrémité
N et une profondeur de 2,7 m.
Les bateau de plus de 240 m accostent dans ce bassin.
Tel: 305 294 4000

Le mole extérieur (Navy Mole), est une autre zone d'accostage en eau profonde. Il est long de 174 m et la profondeur est de 2,1 m.

Le quai municipal (Pier B) et le Navy Mole accueillent les navires en situation d'urgence.

Contacter Key West Pilots Association, Key West Department of Transportation, ou des agents de bord pour plus d'information.

10/03/2010
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Renée
Pier B and Navy Mole (Key West Harbor)
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