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 Port Information

Position:37.905145 122.360915

 Terminal Information

1411 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA 94804
Restrictions & Limitations: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.
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 Berth Information

Berth Name:AMPORTS
Position:37°47'50.79"N 122°17'32.41"W
Berth Telephone:510-627-1100
Berth Contacts:1997 Elm Rd. Benicia, CA 94510 Phone: (707) 745-2394 Fax: (707) 746-1485 Website: 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
Draft:38.00' / 11.58m
LOA:2,400.00' / 731.52m
Air Draft:N/A
Cargo Handled:Automobiles, Petcoke
Tidal Range:6.00'
Normal Side Too:Port/Starboard
Access For Stores:Yes