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 BeniciaAMPORTS
1997 Elm Rd. Benicia, CA 94510
707-745-2394
Phone: (707) 745-2394 Fax: (707) 746-1485 Jimmy D. Triplett, Senior Vice President Operations, West Coast Simon Peterson, Terminal Operations Manager Randy Scott, General Manager Mary K. Schmidt, Office/Finance Manager, West
Use: Receipt and shipment of Vehicles, bulk Cargo, mooring of barges and tugs Length: 2,400' Apron width: 90' Berths: 3 Wharf Water depth: 38' MLLW Storage: 667 acres privately owned land, 140,000 sq. ft. of vehicle processing buildings, vehicle storage capacity of 42,000 units Services: Water, lights and fuel Handling facilities: Petroleum Coke loading with highspeed conveyor, and dedicated liquid transfer lines. Full terminal services for RoRo and bulk cargos, including: autostack container packaging, vehicle processing center, quality inspection and automotive rail loading/unloading
38.054512-122.137349
 PittsburgBay Bulk
707 East third Street
Pittsburg, CA 94565
925-431-1090
Email: info@kochind.com Edwin E. Koerperich, Northern CA Operations Manager Joe Ray, Operations Manager
Max. Draft: 40 feet fresh water Max. LOA: 750 feet Cargo: Petroleum coke Railroad: No Freshwater: No Fueling: No
38.031532-121.872467
 RichmondBP Lubricants USA Inc
100 Cutting Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
510-236-6312
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear. RCH 16 - Terminal 11 (privately owned) Terminal operator: BP Lubricants USA Inc. Cargo: Petroleum lube oils Length: 600 feet Berths: 1 Water depth: 32' Equipment: Ten 4" pipelines, two 6" pipeline
37.925207-122.368947
 RichmondBP West Coast Products
1306 Canal Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
510-236-0313
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.912655-122.366257
 CrockettC & H Sugar
830 Loring Avenue
Crockett, CA 94525
510-787-2121
Max. Draft: 36 feet fresh water Max. LOA: 750 feet Cargo: Bulk raw sugar. Equipment: Specialized proprietary equipment for raw sugar only. Railroad: No Freshwater: No Fueling: Yes
38.056064-122.218731
 RichmondCalifornia Oils Corporation
1145 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA 94804
510-233-7660
Length: 720 feet with 2 dolphins Berths: 1 Water depth: 35 feet brackish water Rail: Connection to BNSF/UP terminals Services: Storage and distribution of liquid bulk. Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.918776-122.360267
 RichmondChevron Longwharf
841 Chevron Way
Richmond, CA 94801
510-242-4387
Length: 1,110' (max) Berths: 4 Water depth: 40 feet brackish water (max) Equipment: Bunkering by shore pipeline only, 6" and 8" hoses, 8", 12" and 16" loading arms. Chevron Richmond Fresh Water $1,000 hook up fee plus $0.25 per gallon. 1M/T of water is about 265 gallons. No flow rate provided. International shore connection could be required.
37.931302-122.390721
 RichmondConocoPhillips Richmond Terminal
1300 Canal Blvd
Richmond, CA 94801
510-412-7633
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.911074-122.366536
 PittsburgDow Chemical
901 Loveridge Road
Pittsburg, CA 94565
925-432-5557
38.018735-121.85755
 RichmondI.M.T.T
100 Cutting Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
510-412-5700
(510) 232-7579, Dock
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.925207-122.368947
 RichmondKinder Morgan Richmond
1140 Canal Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
510-412-8810
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.917486-122.368687
 RichmondLevin Richmond Terminal Corporation
402 Wright Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
510-232-4422
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.920973-122.366579
 MartinezMarathon Amorco - AIS Code MRZ 5
1750 Marina Vista Martinez, CA 94553
(925) 372-3170 Coordinator
Office: (925) 228-1220, (24 hrs.) (925) 372-3170 Coordinator Dock: (925) 372-3159
38.035261-122.123916
 MartinezMarathon Avon
150 Solano Way Martinez, CA 94553
(925) 372-3170 Coordinator
Office: (925) 228-1220, (24 hr.) (925) 372-3170 Coordinator Dock: (925) 372-3157
38.049025-122.091715
 ConcordMilitary Ocean Terminal, Concord
410 Norman Avenue
Concord, CA 94520
925-246-4100
Max. Draft: 35 fresh water Max. LOA: 980 feet Cargo: Containerized and breakbulk munitions Equipment: 2 container gantry cranes on Pier 3 Railroad: Yes Freshwater: Yes Fueling: No Add. info.: Restricted access. Maintain 300' distance.
38.032322-122.029922
 SelbyNuStar Energy Selby Terminal
90 San Pablo Avenue
Crockett, CA 94525
510-787-1888
Max. Draft: 50 feet brackish and fresh water Max. LOA: 2,200 feet Cargo: Gasoline, gasoline blend stocks, jet fuel, aviation gas, MTBE, ethanol, JP-5, JP-8. Equipment: Two 12 inch flanged cargo loading an unloading arms, four 12 inch clean product lines, one 12 inch vapor recovery line. Railroad: Yes Freshwater: No Fueling: No
38.05418-122.238393
 RichmondPacific Atlantic Terminals
488 Wright Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
510-232-7447
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.919556-122.364396
 MartinezPBF Energy
1702 Marina Vista Ave Martinez, CA 94553
925-313-3287
Dock 1: (925) 313-3565 Dock 2: (925) 313-3320
Max. Draft: 39 feet fresh water Max. LOA: 1,000 feet with small vessel at opposite berth Cargo: Petroleum products Equipment: Boom hose crane at both berths for 8" cargo hose Railroad: No Freshwater: Yes Fueling: No
38.012395-122.106504
 RodeoPhillips 66 Rodeo Refinery
1380 San Pablo Ave. Rodeo, CA 94572
(510) 245-4475
Office: (510) 799-4411 Dock: (510) 245-4475
Max. Draft: 38 feet Max. LOA: 1000 feet Cargo: Gasolines, diesel, aviation fuels, ethanol Equipment: 8 inch hoses and 16 inch cargo arms Railroad: No Freshwater: Yes Fueling: No
Normal pre-arrival must be sent to terminal 96hrs prior to vessel arrival.
38.057033-122.262186
 Redwood CityPort of Redwood City
675 Seaport Blvd
Redwood City, CA 94063
650-306-4150
Website: www.redwoodcityport.com Kristine Zortman, Executive Director Rajesh Sewak, Director of Finance and Administration
Redwood City Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Redwood City are as follows: Vessel’s LOA in Feet (Meters) Draft in Feet (Meters ) Tugs more than 750‘ ( 228.65 ) Any At At 700’ - 750‘ ( 212.3 - 228.65 ) Any At A 600’-700‘ (183 - 212.3 ) Any A B up to 600‘ ( 183 ) Any B B a. Weather permitting, vessels departing without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster as set forth in these guidelines. b. Vessels over 700’ LOA may be required to transit Redwood Creek during daylight hours only regardless of draft. c. Maximum drafts for Redwood City will be calculated using Redwood City, Wharf 5 station 9414523
37.502324-122.210899
 RichmondPort of Richmond - Terminal 4
2101 Western Drive
Richmond CA, 94801
510-233-0418
37.942661-122.410236
 RichmondPort of Richmond - Terminal 6
1313 Canal Blvd
Richmond, CA 94804
510-215-4600
37.917357-122.372023
 SacramentoPort of Sacramento
1110 West Capitol Avenue, 3rd Floor West Sacramento, CA 95691
Maritime Services SSA Marine Matthew Clark, Terminal Manager tel: (916) 374-8943 Matthew.Clark@SSAMarine.com
Deep drafts for specific transits may be decreased depending on navigation factors such as date, time, tidal conditions, soundings, weather conditions, vessel size and type, etc. During the period from December to April, rapid shoaling may occur on the river. The pilots may be notified by the Army Corps of Engineers or receive other information of depth changes/shoaling requiring maximum drafts to change on very short notice. All transit drafts refer to fresh water drafts. All vessels are recommended to have a minimum of 1 foot (30 cm) of trim by the stern, not exceeding maximum fresh water deep draft. If the minimum of 1 foot (30 cm) of trim is not met, the vessel shall be limited to daylight only transit (DLO). Vessels with any trim by the bow (down by the head) shall not transit to and from the Ports of Sacramento and Stockton. In general, the narrow channel limits the size of vessels above New York Point to the PANAMAX class (750 feet LOA x 106 feet beam). The air draft limit for an unrestricted transit during an average tidal cycle is 132 feet. Vessels with an air draft of greater than 132 feet should contact the Operations Pilot for allowable transit time. All transits to/from Sacramento must consult with the Operations Pilot due to overhead clearance issues near SAC DWSC LT 12. This is in effect until further notice when this office has received proper verification of available clearance The following vessels will be allowed daylight transits only: i. 650 feet and above LOA; ii. 100 feet and above beam; iii. vessels with severely limited visibility due to design or other factors; iv. vessels with a deep draft exceeding 31.0’ (9.45 m.) During the period from December to April, rapid shoaling may occur on the river. The pilot maybe notified by the Army Corps of Engineers or receive other information of depth changes requiring drafts to be changed with very short notice.
 StocktonPort of Stockton
2201 West Washington Street
Stockton, CA 95203
209-946-0246
Deep drafts for specific transits may be decreased depending on navigation factors such as date, time, tidal conditions, soundings, weather conditions, vessel size and type, etc. During the period from December to April, rapid shoaling may occur on the river. The pilots may be notified by the Army Corps of Engineers or receive other information of depth changes/shoaling requiring maximum drafts to change on very short notice. All transit drafts refer to fresh water drafts. All vessels are recommended to have a minimum of 1 foot (30 cm) of trim by the stern, not exceeding maximum fresh water deep draft. If the minimum of 1 foot (30 cm) of trim is not met, the vessel shall be limited to daylight only transit (DLO). Vessels with any trim by the bow (down by the head) shall not transit to and from the Ports of Sacramento and Stockton. In general, the narrow channel limits the size of vessels above New York Point to the PANAMAX class (750 feet LOA x 106 feet beam). The air draft limit for an unrestricted transit during an average tidal cycle is 132 feet. Vessels with an air draft of greater than 132 feet should contact the Operations Pilot for allowable transit time. All transits to/from Sacramento must consult with the Operations Pilot due to overhead clearance issues near SAC DWSC LT 12. This is in effect until further notice when this office has received proper verification of available clearance The following vessels will be allowed daylight transits only: i. 650 feet and above LOA; ii. 100 feet and above beam; iii. vessels with severely limited visibility due to design or other factors; iv. vessels with a deep draft exceeding 31.0’ (9.45 m.) During the period from December to April, rapid shoaling may occur on the river. The pilot maybe notified by the Army Corps of Engineers or receive other information of depth changes requiring drafts to be changed with very short notice.
37.948373-121.322896
 OaklandSchnitzer Steel Terminal
1101 Embarcadero West
Oakland, CA 94607
510-444-3919
37.798879-122.287907
 RichmondSSA
1411 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA 94804
510-232-1371
Richmond Inner Harbor a. Tug requirements for vessels arriving and departing Richmond Inner Harbor: Vessels up to 600’ LOA: AB Vessels over 600’ LOA: AA Vessels over 700’ LOA: At A Vessels over 800’LOA: A+ A+ b. Weather permitting, vessels undocking without turning may eliminate the smaller tug if they have an adequate bow thruster, as set forth in these guidelines. c. It is recommended that vessels greater than 650’ LOA be turned at Pt. Potrero Turning Basin. d. Vessels with a draft greater than 33 ft. or LOA greater than 700’ transiting Richmond Inner Harbor shall plan their arrival to pass RLW/Ferry Point with a maximum 1 kt. flood current or 0.5 kt. ebb current & their departure with a maximum 0.5 kt. ebb current; based on the RICHMOND (14d) current station. Deep draft vessels that cannot meet this requirement may require a tractor tug to assist. Consult with the Operations Pilot. e. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA and requiring a turn will be required to transit Richmond Inner Harbor during daylight hours. Vessels greater than 800’ LOA not requiring a turn, with a draft less than 30 feet, may depart during non-daylight hours. All conditions of paragraph (d) above remain in effect. f. Present channel configuration limits the size of a vessel able to use RCH20 to a maximum 650 feet in length and 106 feet in beam. Vessels arriving and departing RCH20 will require at least (1)At. Please consult with the Operations Pilot. g. Barges in the vicinity of RCH20 must be moved well clear before ships can dock or undock. h. Movements to or from RCH20 are precluded when vessels are berthed at RCH21 or RCH14. i. Agents representing vessels calling at RCH21, RCH17 or RCH14 are responsible for determining if vessels are occupying RCH22, RCH21, RCH20, or RCH14 and obstructing the channel. If so the Operations Pilot must be consulted. As a general rule, the combined beams of the vessels shall not exceed 200’, the passing shall be set up near high water(4.0’ or more) and (2) tractor tugs will be required. j. In some situations it may not be possible to arrange a safe transit until the channel is clear.
37.913141-122.360593
 MartinezTransMontaigne
2801 Waterfront Rd. Martinez, CA 94553
(925) 228-3227
Max. Draft: 38 feet fresh water Max. LOA: 950 feet Cargo: Crude oil, finished products. Equipment: One 16 inch crude arm, one 16 inch finished product arm, 10" vapor return arm. Railroad: No Freshwater: No Fueling: No
38.02952-122.103226
 PittsburgUSS-Posco
900 Loveridge Road
Pittsburg, CA 94565
925-439-6209
38.018735-121.85755
 BeniciaValero Benicia Dock
1501 Bayshore Road
Benicia, CA 94510
707-745-7763
Office: (707) 745-7763 (Dock Scheduler) Dock: (707) 745-7628 Dock Fax: (707) 745-7368
Max. Draft: Consult with SF Pilots/agents/Benicia Dock Max. LOA: 1,005' Cargo: Crude oil, feed stocks, refined products, blending components Equipment: 3" x 16" crude arms with 12" connections, 3" x 12" product arm with 10" connections, 1" x 12" vapor recovery arm Railroad: No Freshwater: Yes Fueling: No Add. info.: No vessel storing allowed. Bunkering not allowed. Stand-by tugs may be required during periods of high ebb current, Petcoke loadings at Benicia Industrial Dock.
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