Entering the Seaport of Niihama
Approaching the Port
As you approach the seaport of Niihama, keep a lookout for the ports distinctive red and white lighthouse. This lighthouse is a prominent landmark that will guide you towards the entrance of the port.
Entering the Port
Once you have located the lighthouse, steer your vessel towards the entrance of the port. The entrance is marked by two large breakwaters that protect the port from the open sea. As you approach the entrance, keep a safe distance from the breakwaters to avoid any potential hazards.
Communicating with the Port Authority
Before entering the port, it is important to communicate with the port authority to obtain permission and guidance. Use the ports designated VHF channel to contact the port authority and provide them with your vessels details, including its name, size, and cargo.
Navigating the Port
Once you have received permission to enter the port, follow the designated channel towards your assigned berth. The port of Niihama has a well-marked channel that is regularly dredged to ensure safe navigation for vessels of all sizes.
Mooring at the Berth
When you reach your assigned berth, follow the ports mooring instructions to safely secure your vessel. The port of Niihama has modern mooring facilities that can accommodate a wide range of vessel sizes and types.
Entering the seaport of Niihama requires careful navigation and communication with the port authority. By following the ports guidelines and using the designated channel, you can safely and efficiently enter the port and moor your vessel at your assigned berth.
Maritime service providers in Niihama Port
|Vessel Name||Type||Length||Class Expires Date||Ship manager||Estimated time of arrival|
|APOLLO SAKURA (9915454)||General cargo ship|
|SOUTHERN TURKEY (9749740)||Oil and chemical tanker|
|PORTLAND BAY (9276200)||Bulk carrier|
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