Entering the Seaport of Ipswich
Approaching the Port
As you approach the seaport of Ipswich, keep a lookout for the ports distinctive red and white striped lighthouse. This landmark is located on the eastern side of the entrance and serves as a guide for vessels entering the port.
Navigating the Entrance
Once you have located the lighthouse, steer your vessel towards the entrance of the port. The entrance is marked by two green buoys on the starboard side and two red buoys on the port side. Keep the buoys to your respective sides and follow the channel markers towards the port.
Communicating with the Port Authority
As you approach the port, contact the Ipswich Port Authority on VHF channel 12 to request permission to enter. The port authority will provide you with instructions on where to dock and any other relevant information.
Docking at the Port
Once you have received permission to enter, follow the port authoritys instructions to your designated berth. The port has several berths available for vessels of different sizes and types. Make sure to secure your vessel properly and follow all port regulations.
Entering the seaport of Ipswich requires careful navigation and communication with the port authority. By following the channel markers, contacting the port authority, and securing your vessel properly, you can safely and efficiently enter this historic port.
Maritime service providers in Ipswich Port
|Vessel Name||Type||Length||Class Expires Date||Ship manager||Estimated time of arrival|
|WILSON BREMEN (9014717)||General cargo ship|
|SUNTIS (8513314)||General cargo ship|
|ENCOFRADOR (8012267)||Bulk carrier|
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