ADDRESSSevastopol Fishery Sea Port
5, Rybakov Str., Sevastopol, 99014, Ukraine.
|Reception||+380-692-412482, fax 412482|
|Director General||+380-692-422116, 412482|
|Оperations Deputy Direсtor||+380-692-412443|
|Economics Deputy Direсtor||+380-692-412480|
|General Affairs Deputy Direсtor||+380-692-412481|
|Deputy Director for Cargo Development||+380-692-412499|
|Operator on Duty||+380-692-422122, 412104|
|Head of Cargo Area||+380-692-412290|
|Manager of Port Fleet||+380-692-411971|
|Port State Control Inspection (PSC)||+380-692-412171|
|Railway Station Bukhta Kamyshovaya||+380-692-412069|
Sevastopol Fishery Port was founded in 1964. It specialized in handling fish products but nowadays the port can also handle other cargoes. It has been open to foreign vessels since 1992.
Sevastopol Fishery port's VHF radio station call sign is Sevastopol2. VHF/UHF – 16-th channel.
PORT REGULATIONS AND NAVIGATIONAL INFORMATION
The article is written on the basis of the Mandatory Regulations issued for the Sevastopol Fishery Sea Port dated 03.09.09.
Sevastopol Fishery Port position: Latitude 44°35′N, Longitude 33°26′E.
The port is situated in Kamyshovaya Bay in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula in the Black Sea. The port is open for navigation all year round. For weather conditions see section 'Sevastopol Merchant Sea Port'.
The port's water area is divided into inner and an outer harbours by the inner eastern mole (berths Nos. 213, 214).
To the northeast port waters are protected by eastern and western moles; they are bounded: to the north by a line connecting the western and eastern moles' extremities, by the coast line and to the south by a line connecting a part of berth No. 220 with the point: Latitude 44°34′28′′N, Longitude 33°25′50′′E.
Sevastopol Fishery port accommodates ships of maximum 230 m in length, 32 m width and 9.1 m draft. In port waters all vessels should sail at minimum speed.
To enter Sevastopol Fishery Port, requests must be submitted to the Port Operator, SPCI and the Harbour Master. Shipmasters of vessels leaving the Azov or Black Sea ports should submit this request 12 hours prior to ship's departure. Vessels on long voyages should do so at least 24 hours before entry.
The ship's ETA should be reconfirmed through ship agent 6 and 2 hours before entering the port.
The following information must be given:
- ship's name; purpose of call;
- estimated time of arrival;
- pilotage request and needs.
Shipmasters of vessels approaching Cape Khersones (at the distance of 6 miles from there) should keep their radios tuned for communication with VTS.
Ships entering and leaving port should quarter for naval vessels. Ships entering port should quarter for ships leaving the port.
Ships' inward/outward formalities are carried out in SPCI office. Vessels must pass inward formalities at the Border Post within 30 minutes after completion of mooring operations. Ships under foreign flags should pass inward/outward formalities with the assistance of their Agent.
To leave Sevastopol Fishery Port, the shipmaster should notify and submit the proper documents to the Harbour Master six hours in advance. Shipmaster will receive permission to leave port from State Port Control Inspection 15 minutes prior to ship's scheduled departure. While leaving port and until having navigated 6 miles away from Cape Khersones, the ship's radio should be tuned for communication with VTS, and signal watches arranged.
Pilotage at Sevastopol Fishery Port is compulsory for vessels of over 4.5 m draft and over 65 m in length; it is provided with tug assistance only. Requests for tug assistance should be submitted to the Port Operator 2 hours in advance.
Anchorage area No. 389 is in Sevastopol Fishery Port's outer roadstead and situated 8 cables northwest from the western mole. Position: Latitude 44°36′N, Longitude 33°24′E. It is over 50 m deep, with silt ground.
Policy on Staying in Sevastopol Fishery Port
The safety of ships staying at berths in the outer harbour cannot be ensured when western, northern, or northeastern storm winds are blowing. Therefore, vessels should be kept ready to set out to sea. When the wind speed reaches 12 mps, they should leave the outer harbour's waters.
Sevastopol Fishery Port can offer repair services for the following:
- life rafts and other survival craft;
- inspection and/or repair of electro, radio and navigational equipment.
Services of Sevastopol Fishery Port
Potable water can be supplied from shore. Sevastopol Fishery Port can collect oil-polluted and bilge waters, it has purification plant. The port provides storage services.
Sevastopol Fishery Port territory totals 30.5 ha. Its berthing length totals 1,767 m. The main types of cargo handled with the port own equipment are metal and fish products. The port also handles oil and petroleum products at petroleum handling berth.
Sevastopol Fishery Port has a cargo handling area on the eastern bank of Kamyshovaya Bay and an oil handling facility on the bay's western bank. 5,000 to 6,000 t of rolled metal products, chemical products in bigbags – 1,000 t, fish products – 350 t are handled daily.
Total length of approaching railways from the station Kamyshovaya Bay is 7,200 m. The overall length of the crane tracks makes 1,708 м. Sheltered non-heated warehouse area totals 6,000 m2, sheltered heated ones – 10,000 m2, open storage areas cover 74,062 m2.
|Specialization||No.||Length (m)||Depth (m)|
|Laying up berth for port auxiliary fleet vessels||209||100||6,00|
|Laying up berth for Ro-Ro type vessels||212||163||7,60|
|Laying up berth||213||55||7,60|
|Laying up berth||214||99||7,60|
|Laying up аnd supply||231||50||6,00|
|Bunkering (oil handling)||238||185||9,75|
|Type of storage||Area (sq. m)|
|Metal hangar at the rear end of 210-th berth||2000|
|Metal hangar at the rear end of 210-th berth||2000|
|Bloc of storages, total||10000|
|Area at the travelling gantry crane||5500|
|Area at the proof ground||800|
|Area at the gantry crane No. 3||1580|
|Area at the ramp of railway No. 6||930|
|Area on the berth No. 212||2470|
|Area on the berth No. 215||1200|
|Area on the berth No. 211||2940|
|Area on the berth No. 210||9010|
|Area on the new territory||48128|
|Name, project, type||Quantity||Deadweight (t)||Power (hp)|
|Sevastopolets, 498, tug||1||40.6||2×660|
|Kamyshovets, 737M, tug||1||24.0||2×450|
|Chongar, 4983, tug||1||57.4||2×800|
|Fauna, Midia, Svetly, 1582U, bilge water collector boats||3||323.0||1×225|
|NMS-11, 2550/4, spillage and garbage collector boats||1||48||323|
|PZHK-432, 364, fire boat||1||12||2×1000|
|Yuzhniy, Vostochny, 610||2||3354||1×1200|
Mounted on the front/rear ends of berths, there are totaly 27 gantry cranes (Forel, Ganz, KPP, Albatros, Kirovets) with lifting capacity from 3.2 up to 32 t and 2 travelling gantry cranes of 50 t l/c each with 42 m spans.
There are 30 truck loaders of Shtill and Komatsu type of loading capacity from 6 t to 16 t for transferring, stockpiling and stowage of cargo in the ships' holds, 2 lift trucks 4014 type of 5 t l/c, 50 electrically powered lift trucks, 1 bucket loader Foton, 1 port tractor Terberg, 3 roll-trailers of 25 t l/c.
There are 11 open railway trucks and 2 diesel locomotives for inner port cargo transportation and cargo delivery to vessels.