Port Harcourt – Terminal Details
Port Harcourt is a natural port, the third largest in the country. The harbour is situated on the left bank of River Bonny, 43 miles from the coast (Bight of Bonny) within the river Delta region.
A number of warehousing options are available with 11 transit sheds, 41,000m2 of covered storage comprising of 4 sheds and an open storage area of over 27,000m2. There are also 16 storage tanks for bulk vegetable oil. The port has an extensive range of handling equipment.
|Draft at Berth||7.9metres|
|Draft at Harbour||7.6metres|
|Number of Deepwater Quays||–|
|Length of Quays||–|
|Cranage||Portal Cranes and mobile cranes.|
Port Harcourt Port Authority
Tel.: + (23484) 300370
Situated some 20nm seawards on the Bonny River from Port Harcourt, Onne Port is now the main port for Container, Cement and offshore Service Vessels on the Bonny River.
This complex contains various berths for receiving cement vessels to a maximum of 11.5metres draft.
Numerous berths for vessels servicing the offshore oil industry.The entire port complex although controlled by the Nigerian Ports Authority is operated for them by various private operators.
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