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PORT DATA

Extended Port Database

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Providing you with the most comprehensive port directory

NAVTOR’s Port Data module in NavStation gives you the latest ports and terminals
information and the most cost-effective, accurate and comprehensive port data
available. The extended port database is provided by IHS Markit, the world’s largest
maritime database, with an information-gathering heritage spanning over 250 years,
including information on all vessels of 100 GT and above.

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Quality Data & Sources

IHS Markit is the SOLE originating source for assigning the IMO Ship and company numbers, guaranteeing an unmatched accuracy and coverage for vessel characteristics and the global newbuilding order book. The extensive port database coupled with excellent relationships with port and maritime representatives is the foundation which enables IHS Markit to provide you with the most comprehensive port directory. Information for up to 6 400 ports and 14 700 terminals is now available in your NavStation.

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Country information 

Flag, time zones, national holidays, governmen­­t departments, currency, national regulations, ISPS designated authority. 

 

Port description 

Location, general overview, traffic figures, Load line zone, maximum vessel size. 

 

Pre-arrival information 

ETA’s, documentation required, communica­tion­­s, health regulations, customs and immigration, standard messages, flags, notices of readiness, general notices and regulations. 

 

Navigation

Charts, port limits, approaches, pilot, anchor­­age­­s, tidal range and flow, dock densit­­y, weather, principle navigation aids, traffic schemes, restric­tions, tugs, coastguard, mooring information.

 

General 

Repairs, drydocks, bunkers, water and stores, medical facilities, transport, crew change, consuls, banks, holidays, working hours, developments, seaman’s missions, officials and visitors, fumigation, pollution control.

 

Addresses and contacts 

Chandlers, civilian authorities, pilotage authorities, port authorities, port operators, port agents, stevedores, ship repairers, towage companies, seaman’s missions, port security officers and surveyors plans.

 

Berths and terminals 

Tanker berths: Detailed information on berth restrictions, mooring arrangement, connections and cargoes. 

 

Dry cargo berths: Detailed information on berth and vessel size restrictions, mooring arrangements, bunker facilities, cargoes handled and berth equipment details.

Berths and cargo 

Berths, names/numbers, facilities, storage, cargo, barges, security, safety requirements
and emergency contacts.