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Technology April 29, Pilots boarding and cearaportox station is situated at: On the second ground, between 30 m and 50 m depth, one can observe the presence of a topographic gradient which varies from smooth to abrupt.
There is a maneuvering basin meters away where ships up to m length can maneuver, between Pier 02 and Pier 03 the NW arm of the breakwater.
The port is operative 24 dearaportos a ceara;ortos, during all the year. The main obstacles to navigation are the fishing boats, such as small wooden sailboats and canoes nearby the port. The Terminal recommends that maneuvers for mooring at the jetty be started at least Vessels must be sufficiently ballasted and properly equipped in terms of mooring and respective accessories.
Unberthing and Leaving Port. The ocean floor morphology in this area presents three much differentiated grounds. Tidal current has the speed of 1 knot in the SE direction. The port authorities are called by the vessel agent for arrival procedures esital berthing estimates.
Usually it varies between good and excellent. The gangway on the side of the ship opposite to the mooring side must always be kept on deck while the ship remains moored, for the safety of the Terminal and the ship. The maximum significant wave class varies from 2.
Cfaraportos months with a higher percentage of cloudiness are January through June. The first, located on the inner platform at a depth of 30 m, presents a surface leveled by sedimentary processes, where wavy patterns of about 20 cm height can be observed. The third identified ground goes all the way down to 70 m depth and has a topographic gradient more abrupt with the presence of beds of calcareous algae.
Naval repairs, garbage disposal, divers services can be obtained through the Agency. At depths lower than 16 m, the ocean floor surface is covered mostly by the sand sediments. With winds stronger than 30 knots, direction 67 — degT, with wave height 2,4m and period Tp 15s, vessel operations must be interrupted and the arms must be disconnected. Results from the seismic survey indicate volcanic rocks forming the bedrock covered by sand sediments and sludge. The predominant winds are shown on the table below: At depths between 10 m and 16 m, volcanic rocks dominate.
For ships bigger than m length, maneuvers shall take place with tug support and outside berthing area. Whenever the vessels approach the port in order to berth, this information can be made available through VHF radio to the vessel by the Terminal operator.
No beacon-marked access channel. Significant wave height Hs. They can also be requested through channel 13 or 16 on VHF radio telephone. Sand layer thickness is not much at depths lower than 10 m. To optimize the process of tending ships, including allocation of the Nautical Adviser and other measures, the ship must contact the Terminal via VHF channel 16 as soon as it starts maneuvering for mooring.
The Terminal reserves itself the right to refuse the berthing or operation of any vessel considered to be inadequate or which does not comply with safety or mooring conditions, or due to any other circumstances that might cause risks to the Terminal, including its personnel, equipments and the environment.
The Terminal has up-to-the-minute information on wind eidtal current intensity and direction. The ridge starts showing irregularities, seen as erosive remnants, and beds of coralline algae; it can also alternate in depressive areas of very smooth ridges.
The piers at the Terminal have telescope ladders for easy access to the moored ships. Capitania dos Portos — Marine Authority. Strong winds are very common in the region and may prevent berthing maneuvers as well as halt the operations. Mobi Paradise. No Comments admin.
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