Durban Harbour Details of Terminals / Berths Both Private and Transnet

The port has two floating docks – one operated by the TNPA with an overall length of 109m, a width of 23.34m and a displaced lifting capacity of 4,500 tons, serviced by two 5-ton capacity cranes. The second floating dock, known as Eldock, is the only privately owned one in South Africa. Eldock has a length of 155m, a width of 23.5m, and a lifting capacity of 8,500 tons. Bayhead has two general repair quays in addition to several privately operated and fully equipped repair quays.

Bunkers: The port offers bunker facilities as follows: Fuel and gas oil at Island View, New Pier 1 and Pier 2 (container terminal) berths. Gas oil at Island View berths 4,5,6,7 and 8. Two bunkering companies – Smit Amandla and KZN Bunkering – provide bunker barging services, but no bunkers are served outside the port.

There is an anchorage outside the port for vessels waiting for berthing or for orders.

Should you require any additional information please contact      Logos Shipping International Solutions SA (PTY) Ltd

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