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Port of Teluk Ewa (Langkawi)

Port of Teluk Ewa (Langkawi)



Langkawi port is situated at Teluk Ewa, on the N side of Pulau Langkawi.
It is designed to handle petroleum products, coal, and general cargo.
The major exports include cement and clinker.

The port is entered through a channel marked with buoys and lighted buoys.
The seaward end of the channel is marked with a lighted buoy.

From W to E the port offers 4 berths, which are the Petronas Jetty, Main Jetty, Sub Jetty, and
Lada’s Barter Trade Jetty.

Pilotage.—Pilotage is compulsory and available 24 hours.
The pilot boarding station, best seen on chart, is situated about 1 mile WNW of Pulau Dangli.

Regulations.—The vessel’s ETA should be sent as soon as possible advising arrival draft, date, and time. Further ETAs should be sent 10 days, 5 days, 3 days, 2 days, and 1 day priorto arrival.

Anchorage.—Vessels calling on the port may request to use the designated anchorage areas situated E of the pilot station.

Phone : 04 9594600
Fax : 04 9594598

Port of Teluk Ewa (Langkawi)
Port of Teluk Ewa (Langkawi)
Langkawi port est situé à Teluk Ewa, sur la côte N de Pulau Langkawi.
Il est conçu pour gérer les produits pétroliers, du charbon et des marchandises générales.
Les principales exportations comprennent le ciment et le clinker.
On accède au port par un chenal balisé par des bouées et des bouées lumineuses.
Le côté mer du chenal est marqué par une bouée lumineuse.

De l'W à l'E le port offre quatre couchettes, qui sont la jetée Petronas, principal Jetty, Sous Jetty, et Lada Barter Jetty commerce.

pilotage est obligatoire et disponible 24 heures.
La station d'embarquement des pilotes est située à environ 1 mile WNW de Pulau Dangli.

Regulations.-Le navire ETA doit être envoyé dès l'anonce de l'arrivée, la date et l'heure. ETA supplémentaires devraient être envoyés 10 jours, 5 jours, 3 jours, 2 jours et 1 jour avant l'arrivée.

Anchorage.- Les navires qui font escale sur le port peut demander à utiliser les aires de mouillage désignée située E de la station de pilotage.

Téléphone: 04 9594600
Fax: 04 9594598

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