In front of Bastia airport, is an E cardinal to avoid chests used for fueling boats of the Lucciana Oil Terminal.
Lucciana Oil Terminal, an offshore pipeline berth, is situated 2 miles S of Pointe d’Arco. The terminal supplies a power station 4 miles SSW. It lies in a depth of 9.9m and consists of four mooring buoys. A lighted buoy is moored about 0.3 mile E of the berth and marks the approach.
Pilotage is compulsory within 3 miles of the terminal. Pilots are provided from Bastia and entry is controlled by the harbormaster at Bastia.
Face à l'aéroport de Bastia, une cardinale Est pour éviter les coffres servant aux bateaux de ravitaillement en carburant du Lucciana Oil Terminal.
Lucciana Oil terminal, une borne de déchargement pétrolier, est situé à 2 MN au S de la pointe d'Arco. Le terminal fournit une centrale à 4 MN au SSW, qui s'étend à une profondeur de 9,9 m et est entourée de 4 bouées d'amarrage. Une bouée lumineuse est amarrée à environ 0,3 MN à l'E de cette zone.
Le pilotage est obligatoire dans les 3 MN de la borne. Les pilotes viennent de Bastia et l'entrée est contrôlée par la capitainerie du port de Bastia.
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