PORT INFORMATION GUIDE PRIMORSK JUNE 2010

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1 1 PORT INFORMATION GUIDE PRIMORSK JUNE 2010

2 2

3 INITIATED BY IN ASSOCIATION WITH SUPPORTED BY 3

4 GENERAL INTRODUCTION This book has been written for Masters of seagoing vessels, shipping lines, publishers of nautical information and any other party that needs nautical information. LEGAL DISCLAIMER CONTACT PORT Post Box 8, Primorsk Viborgsky region Leningradskaya oblast Russian Federation CONTACT PERSON FOR PORT INFORMATION Harbour Master WEBSITE OF THE PORT WEBSITE OF THIS DOCUMENT 4

5 7 Table of contents 5

6 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 5 RECORD OF CORRECTIONS 10 PART I INTRODUCTION, CONTACT INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS 1. FOREWORD HARBOUR MASTER General Port performance CONTACT INFORMATION AND 13 REGULATIONS 2.1 General Contact information Rules and regulations 14 PART II NOTIFICATION, DOCUMENTATION AND REPORTING 3. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE CHECKLISTS General Arrival checklists Departure checklists NOTIFICATION General Health Immigration Customs ETA ETD Security Dangerous Goods Waste IOPP 18 6

7 5. DOCUMENTATION General Required documentation, to be available at all times REPORTING General 22 PART III PORT DESCRIPTION & NAVIGATION 7. PORT DESCRIPTION General Port location Port limits Load lines Maximum size vessels Time zone Working hours Traffic Cargo Charts and books Shipping announcements for the port area Pilot stations Port infrastructure Port accommodation and berths PORT NAVIGATION General Speed Right of way Restrictions Shifting vessels 29 7

8 PART IV PORT SAFETY & SECURITY 9. PORT SAFETY General Emergency contacts Emergency response equipment Emergency coordination centre Emergency scenarios PORT SECURITY General Present ISPS security level information Reporting to port facilites 34 PART V NAUTICAL SERVICES & COMMUNICATION 11. NAUTICAL SERVICES General VTS Pilotage Tugs Mooring NAUTICAL COMMUNICATION VHF channels nautical communication 39 PART VI PORT OPERATIONS 13. CARGO OPERATIONS General Loading/Discharging procedures VESSEL OPERATIONS Lowering boats and rafts Maintenance and repair Underwater inspection/ cleaning 43 8

9 15. PORT INSPECTIONS General Inspections from Port State Control Inspections from other parties 45 PART VII PORT SERVICES 16. PORT SERVICES Fuel and lubrication oil Fresh water Stores Shore based electricity Waste Repairs De-ratting Surveyors Shipping agents Medical facilities Seaman's Missions Transport 47 9

10 Record of corrections Date Page Correction subject Source 10

11 15 Foreword Harbour Master 11

12 PART I 1. FOREWORD HARBOUR MASTER PORT OF PRIMORSK 1.1 GENERAL Town Primorsk (the first name B erke or Koivisto) was founded in 12 centery at North-East coast of B erkesund strait in Gulf of Finland in Katerlahti Bay against archipelago Berezoviy. In it was decided to build new port 3 miles SE of town Primorsk. Opening of new oil terminal took place on 27th Dec Already in 1 year in 2002 project capacity in 12 million tons was reached. 1.2 PORT PERFORMANCE There are two terminals in the port of Primorsk: Crude oil terminal. Loading from shore pipeline. 4 cargo berths (Nos.1,2,3,4). Turnover in 2009 about 74,5 mln.mt. of crude oil. Light oil product terminal. Loading of diesel oil from shore pipeline. 2 cargo berths(nos.8,9). Turnover in 2009 about 4 mln.mt. 12

13 17 Contact information and regulations 13

14 PORT OF PRIMORSK PART I 2. CONTACT INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS 2.1 GENERAL Maritime Port Administration is situated at crude oil terminal by the VTS equipment tower. 2.2 CONTACT INFORMATION Harbour Master: Phone Fax Mob. phone Deputy of Harbour Master: Phone/fax Port Control: Phone/Fax VHF channel: 9. VTS: Phone VHF channel: RULES AND REGULATIONS General rules of sailing and stay in Russian ports is mandatory for all vessels. 14

15 15 Arrival and Departure Checklists

16 PORT OF PRIMORSK PART II 3. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE CHECKLISTS 3.1 GENERAL Notice of ETA should be given to the Harbour Master via the ship's agent 72/24 hours prior to approaching the "Pilot Station". For all tankers pilotage is compulsory from Buoy No 6 of Bol'shoy Korabel'nyy Fairway to the berth. The position to embark/disembark pilot is located on the corresponding traffic lane of the Part III of the traffic separation scheme of Sommers Island on the meridian of 'E. Pilot service in port waters is compulsory for all vessels. Port limits: The water area of the Merchant Marine Port of Primorsk is limited by the northeast coastline of the B'yerkezund Strait and lines, connecting the following geographical positions: No. 1 No 2 No 3 No 4 No 5 No 'N 'E 'N 'E 'N 'E (left side Buoy No 4) 'N 'E (right side Buoy N 3) 'N 'E 'N 'E (Cape Zarosshiy) Consult agent. 3.2 ARRIVAL CHECKLISTS 3.3 DEPARTURE CHECKLISTS Consult agent. 16

17 17 Notification

18 PART II 4. NOTIFICATION PORT OF PRIMORSK 4.1 GENERAL Masters of vessels arriving at, staying in or departing from the port of Primorsk are obliged to make previous notification on a variety of subjects, ranging from health and immigration to dangerous cargo. 4.2 HEALTH Vessels should prepare Maritime Declaration of Health (International Form). 4.3 IMMIGRATION Immigration formalities are handled by Immigration Authorities, boarding the vessel on arrival. On arrival the master shall provide an actual crew and passenger list. For all foreign crewmembers and passengers it is compulsory to have valid passport. 4.4 CUSTOMS Consult the agent about customs formalities. 4.5 ETA Notice of ETA should be given to the Harbour Master via the ship's agent 72/24 hours prior to approaching the "Pilot Station". 4.6 ETD Notice of ETD should be given to the Harbour Master via the ship's agent not less than 2 hours before departure 4.7 SECURITY Ship s Security Information» in accordance with 2.1 Rule 9 Chapter XI-2 SOLAS should be given to the Harbour Master via the ship s agent. 4.8 DANGEROUS GOODS Information about cargo on board and condition of cargo compartments should be included in arrival information. 4.9 WASTE A waste notification specifying the amount of all types of waste on board and indicating the intended disposal has to be sent to the ship s agent 24 hours before arrival IOPP Valid IOPP should be on board. 18

19 19 Documentation

20 PART II 5. DOCUMENTATION PORT OF PRIMORSK 5.1 GENERAL The Port of Primorsk Authority places importance on complying with rules and regulations. Therefore the vessel could be subject to inspection by inspectors of the Health, Immigration, Customs Authorities and Port State Control at any time. 5.2 REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION, TO BE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES Consult agent. 20

21 21 Reporting

22 PART II 6. REPORTING PORT OF PRIMORSK 6.1 GENERAL Masters of vessels staying in the port of Primorsk are obliged to report a number of issues /events, or request for permission: Fire Collisions Damages to ship or port facilities Ships that are sinking or likely to sink or that went aground Ships loosing cargo, fuels or other objects Any pollution of port area Accidents on vessels Restriction or lack of manoeuvrability Ships intended for laying up Repairs Hot works Embarking/Disembarking, taking provisions in the locks Anchoring in port Loosing anchors or chain Under water inspections Engine trials Lowering boats and rafts Other circumstances actually endangering or susceptible of creating a danger for persons or objects. 22

23 23 Port Description

24 PART III 7. PORT DESCRIPTION PORT OF PRIMORSK 7.1 GENERAL. Primorsk is open for navigation all year round. The beginning and end of ice navigation are advised by the Harbour Master of Primorsk on instructions from the Maritime Port Administration of St. Petersburg, usually from the end of November up to the end of April. The Port receives double hull tankers for loading. 7.2 PORT LOCATION The port of Primorsk is situated on the N coast of the Gulf of Finland/Baltic Sea, opposite Bolshoy Beryesoviy Island. 7.3 PORT LIMITS 7.4 LOAD LINES North Atlantic Winter Seasonal Zone II. Winter: 1 Nov-31 March. Summer: 1 April-31 Oct. 24

25 PART III 7. PORT DESCRIPTION PORT OF PRIMORSK 7.5 MAXIMUM SIZE VESSELS LOA 307m, DWT, beam 55m, draught 15.85m. 7.6 TIME ZONE GMT + 3 hr. Night of last Saturday to Sunday in March and in October change to Daylight Saving Time (GMT + 4 hrs). 7.7 WORKING HOURS 24 hrs/day. 7.8 TRAFFIC 24 hrs/day. 7.9 CARGO Crude oil and diesel oil CHARTS AND BOOKS Russian chart SHIPPING ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE PORT AREA Primorsk Traffic, Ch PILOT STATIONS Primorsk Pilot, ch PORT INFRASTRUCTURE All cargo is loaded through the pipe lines PORT ACCOMMODATION AND BERTHS Terminal of crude oil. Berth Length Depth Max. Length Max. Draft Remarks (No.) (m.) (m.) (m.) (m.) Crude oil Crude oil Crude oil Crude oil 5. 90, Auxiliary vessels , 7 7, 5 Auxiliary vessels 7. 63, Auxiliary vessels 25

26 PART III 7. PORT DESCRIPTION PORT OF PRIMORSK Terminal of oil products. Berth Length Depth Max. Length Max. Draft Remarks (No.) (m.) (m.) (m.) (m.) 8 344, 0 14, ,2 Diesel oil 9 318, 0 11, ,5 Diesel oil , 3 5, 05 Auxiliary vessels 26

27 27 Port Navigation

28 PART III 8. PORT NAVIGATION PORT OF PRIMORSK 8.1 GENERAL Ships route from the Sescar Island to the oil terminal is consisted of three legs: Leg Centerline of the Primorsk fairway positions Direction (degrees) Distance (miles) Fairway width, (miles) 'N 'E 'N 'E 'N 'E 'N 'E 'N 'E 'N 'E 138 Navigation on the second leg of the Primorsk fairway is supported by the Leading Lights Yermilovsky, bearing , lights: from W Fl 1 5s 10m, rear W Oc 3s 10m. 28

29 PART III 8. PORT NAVIGATION PORT OF PRIMORSK 8.2 SPEED When sailing on the Primorsk fairway speed of the vessel at first, second and third legs of up to buoy No. 5 and 6 shall not exceed 10 knots. 8.3 RIGHT OF WAY Movement on the sea fairway is bilateral. In the absence of oncoming vessels traffic on the fairway is on the middle of fairway. In a presence of oncoming vessels both vessels must keep to the right as it possible 8.4 RESTRICTIONS Towing and shifting of tankers with the main engines, steering and anchor devices put out from the exploitation is limited to the wind speed not exceeding 10 m/sec; towing of floating cranes with wind speed not exceeding 15 m/sec. 8.5 SHIFTING VESSELS Shifting alongside is prohibited. 29

30 30 Port Safety

31 PART IV 9. PORT SAFETY PORT OF PRIMORSK 9.1 GENERAL For emergency assistance in the case of an incident or accident on board contact VTS Primorsk via VHF 68. Report name of ship, berth and nature of calamity. Maintain a listening watch VHF 16, EMERGENCY CONTACTS Primorsk Traffic, ch EMERGENCY RESPONSE EQUIPMENT Booming of tankers during loading operations is compulsory. Marine terminals are adequately supplied with enough number of tools for emergency response, including for cleaning water surface. 9.4 EMERGENCY COORDINATION CENTRE There are the professional divisions for oil spill emergency liquidation in the port, capable to localize and eliminate any possible oil spill. Emergency communication through the VTS Primorsk, ch EMERGENCY SCENARIOS Each terminal has special plan for liquidation of oil spill. 31

32 32 Port Security

33 PART IV 10. PORT SECURITY PORT OF PRIMORSK 10.1 GENERAL Port name: Primorsk, Russian Federation Status: Port ID Number: UN Locator code: RUPRI Port facility name: «Particularized sea bulk-oil port Primorsk» LTD Assigned port facility number: 5601 Description of port facility: Complex of oil pier, equipment for storage and transfer of oil on tankers Port facility name: Terminal for transshipment of refined of products of «BalttransService» LTD Assigned port facility number: 5602 Main activities: storage and tr-shipment ref, oil products for tankers PRESENT ISPS SECURITY LEVEL INFORMATION 1. PARTICULARS OF THE SHIP AND CONTACT DETAILS: IMO number Name of the ship Port of registry Flag State Type of ship Call sign Inmarsat call numbers GRT/ NRT Name of company (OWNER) : Operator : Name and 24-hours contact details 2. Port and port facility information: ETA 3. INFORMATION REQUIRED BY SOLAS REGULATION XI-2/9.2.1 International Ship Security Certificate No. Issuing Authority Place of issue Date of issue Expiry date Interim International Ship Security Certificate Current Security Level PSN: Last 10 ports of call and Ship s security level during each call Name of the port, country Dates Security level 33

34 PART IV 10. PORT SECURITY PORT OF PRIMORSK List the ship-to-ship activities, which have been carried out during calls listed in 3.3 Have the ship security procedures, specified in security plan, been maintained during ship-toship activities specified in 3.4 Cargo name and quantity In ballast 4. OTHER SECURITY RELATED INFORMATION YOU WISH TO REPORT 5. SHIP S AGENT Name and contact details of agent 6. IDENTIFICATION OF PERSON PROVIDING THE INFORMATION Name Title or position Signature This report is dated at 10.3 REPORTING TO PORT FACILITES Port facility name: «Particularized sea bulk-oil port Primorsk» LTD Latitude 60 о 20 I 06 II N Longitude: 28 о 43 I 00 II E Maritime Security point on contact: Alexander Pankov PFSO, , Vyborg region, Primorsk: tel. +7 (813-78) Port facility security plan (PFSP): Yes Port facility name: Terminal for transshipment of refined of products of «BalttransService» LTD Latitude 60 о 19 I 31 II N Longitude: 28 о 44 I 02 II E Maritime Security point on contact: Dmitriy Zelecov PFSO, , Vyborg region, Primorsk: tel. +7 (813-78) Port facility security plan (PFSP): Yes 34

35 35 Nautical Services

36 PART V 11. NAUTICAL SERVICES PORT OF PRIMORSK 11.1 GENERAL Harbour Master of port of Primorsk controls VTS, pilot operations, tugs assistance and mooring operations VTS VTS zone Primorsk includes the Strait Bjerke-Zund south of latitude ` N, as well as the vicinity of the Gulf of Finland, limited arch circumference at location of tower VTS described by radius 16.5 miles between the lines from the Centre for directions 225 degrees and 130 degrees. The main functions of the VTS Primorsk: -Controlling the ships movement in VTS coverage area of Primorsk port and ship positions on anchorages; - Regulation of traffic; - Navigational assistance PILOTAGE Pilotage is compulsory and available on a 24-hour basis. Notice of ETA should be given to the Harbour Master via the ship's agent or the Master of the vessel 72/24/4 hours prior to approaching the "Reception Point". The "Reception Points" (the pilot will embark/disembark the vessels for the Sea Port of Primorsk): For all tankers bounded for and departed from the port of Primorsk pilotage is compulsory: - within a section of the Bolshoy Korabelny fairway - from buoy No.6 up to berth, 36

37 PART V 11. NAUTICAL SERVICES PORT OF PRIMORSK - In case if berth is occupied vessels proceed to anchorage No.10 without pilot. From anchorage area No.10 pilot is to be embarked in the anchorage point up to the berth, - and also on recommended routes of icebreaking assistance No.1 and No.2. The positions to meet the the pilot for ships transitting through Bjyerkezund Strait via the Port of Primorsk water are: - For navigation to the Southeast: 1.0 mile to the NW from the border anchorage No. 7, lat. 60 deg. 22,40' N-long.28 deg. 34,54' E. - For navigation to the Northwest: 1.0 mile to the SE from the Southeastern border of the port water area, lat. 60 deg. 14,75' N - long. 28 deg. 34,54' E. When requested by the Master pilotage may be provided from Rodsher Island to the port berths. The point to embark/disembark the pilot in this case is located on the corresponding traffic lane of the traffic seperation scheme of Rodsher Island on the bearing 166 deg. to the Rodsher Lighthouse. Primorsk Pilot Station Albatros LDT Tel/Fax: + 7 (501) VHF: Ch TUGS Six (6) tugboats (3 x 3526 HP and 3 x 5386 HP). Tug's lines are used. In Seaport Primorsk tug assistance is compulsory MOORING At berths Nos.1,2,3,8 port side alongside; Nos.4,9 starboard side. 37

38 38 Nautical Communication

39 PART VI 13. CARGO OPERATIONS PORT OF PRIMORSK 12.1 VHF CHANNELS NAUTICAL COMMUNICATION Weather Warnings VHF: Ch. 68. Navigation Warnings VHF: Ch. 68. Gale Warnings VHF: Ch

40 PART VI 13. CARGO OPERATIONS PORT OF PRIMORSK 40 Cargo Operations

41 PART VI 13. CARGO OPERATIONS PORT OF PRIMORSK 13.1 GENERAL Prior to commencement of cargo operations the ship/shore safety checklist provided by the terminal has to be completed LOADING/DISCHARGING PROCEDURES Name of Berth Length (m) Depth alongside (m) Max. vessel draft (m) Max. LOA (m) Cargo Handled No Crude Oil No Crude Oil No No No No Loading rate: 8,000-12,000 t/hour. Diameter of lines: 16''. No discharging facilities. Crude Oil Crude Oil Diesel Oil Diesel Oil 41

42 42 Vessel Operations

43 PART VI 14. VESSEL OPERATIONS PORT OF PRIMORSK 14.1 LOWERING BOATS AND RAFTS Only after written permission from Harbour Master and Immigrations MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR Only after written permission from Harbour Master and terminal UNDERWATER INSPECTION/ CLEANING Inspection is available. 43

44 44 Port Inspections

45 PART VI 15. PORT INSPECTIONS PORT OF PRIMORSK 15.1 GENERAL The Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Port State Control aims at eliminating the operation of sub-standard ships through a harmonized system of Port State Control inspections on foreign ships in the Paris MOU ports. The organisation with their member states covers the waters of the European coast and the North Atlantic basin from Canada to Europe. Russia is a part of MOU INSPECTIONS FROM PORT STATE CONTROL Carried-out by port state control officers from port administration under Harbour Master supervision INSPECTIONS FROM OTHER PARTIES Available from OCIMF members, charterer of freighter representatives or recognized organization. 45

46 46 Port Services

47 PART VII 16. PORT SERVICES PORT OF PRIMORSK 16.1 FUEL AND LUBRICATION OIL Fuel/Bunkers by barges - advanced notice required. Available. Available FRESH WATER 16.3 STORES 16.4 SHORE BASED ELECTRICITY Not available WASTE Available REPAIRS Not available. Available DE-RATTING Available. Available SURVEYORS 16.9 SHIPPING AGENTS MEDICAL FACILITIES Town of Primorsk, 10 km from the port SEAMAN'S MISSIONS Not available TRANSPORT Public transport and taxi. Nearest airport is in St.Petersburg, 180 km from the port. 47

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