Sociedad Portuaria de Buenaventura Berth No.14

LAT 03° 53′ 24” N
LONG 77° 03′ 42.92” W

Mogas, Diesel, Naphtha, Palm Oil

Port located at the Pacific Coast of Colombia where high and low tides are applicable for the arrival and departure of vessels.

Max LOA: 185 meters
Max Displacement: 54,000 MT
Discharge rate for CPP: 7,000 bbls per hour approx.
Discharge rate for Palm Oil: 350 MT per hour approx.

Channel entrance: 12.00 meters BW at zero tide
Approaches to berth: 11.00 meters BW at zero tide
Alongside berth #14: 11.20 meters BW at zero tide

Kindly note that those are minimum depths and not drafts, any draft calculation or UKC have to be done based on the above minimum depth of 11.00 meters BW. However, terminal accepts a max draft of 10.70 meters in order to enter the port on high tide, taking advantage of the additional 2-3 meters of high tide above the minimum depth.
The common practice at Buenaventura is to berth and unberth the vessels during high tide.

Please contact agents for any draft update.


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