BERTHING CAPACITY

Maximum draught:  11.0 m alongside berths

Maximum length of vessel accommodated:   244 m (293 m with bow thrusters)
 

BERTH
LENGTH (M)
DEPTH (M)
PRIMARY TYPE OF VESSEL ACCOMMODATED
Breakwater
522
11.5
Cruise vessels.
Sugar Berth
307
9.75
Bulk sugar, molasses tankers.
Berth #1 (Cross Berth)
152
9.75
Naval, auxiliary vessels.
Berth #2
183
11.0
Cruise vessels, breakbulk vessels.
Berth #3
183
11.0
Breakbulk vessels, container vessels.
Berth #4
184
11.0
Container vessels.
Berth #5
65
11.0
Container vessels.
Shallow Draught
156
6.8
Inter-island cargo vessels (breakbulk).
Bulk Facility
183
11.5
Dry bulk vessels.
Oistins
172
10.0
Petroleum tankers.
Spring Garden
103
4.9
Petroleum tankers.

All berths are equipped to supply water.

MARINE EQUIPMENT

Two (2) tugs, each equipped for fire fighting, salvage and rescue operations.

  • Tug Pelican II – 4,660 hp. 
  • Tug Barbados II – 5,500 hp.

Two (2) pilot launches 

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Did You Know?

Pelican Island, which was located about 600 yards from the mainland, was incorporated into the construction of the Deep Water Harbour?