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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ২৩rd নভেম্বর ২০১৬

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Navigational Information

 

  • Maximum Permissible Draught  of vessel ranges from 7.2 m. to 8 m (Depending on tidal height)
  • LOA:  Maximum permissible LOA of a vessel is 200 meters.
  • Tidal Range: Tides are semi diurnal with prominent diurnal effect. The approx. tidal range    is between 2.0 and 3.5 m.
  • Pilotage: Pilotage is compulsory as per PPA ordinance.
  • Radio communication:  Port Radio Control Room maintain watch on VHF over Channel    24, 12 & 16 round the clock.
  • Night Navigation: The entire channel is demarcated by let- buoys. There is no limitation    for night navigation for entering / leaving horbour.
  • Anchorage: A wide anchorage are is established at the Outer and Inner Anchorage of    PPA:

>> Inner Anchorage:  Lat 21°56΄N Long 090°17.8΄E
>> Outer Anchorage:  Lat 21°21.9΄N Long 090°06.06΄E

Distance Table:

Payra Port Authority

Chittagong Port Authority

Remarks

PPA F/W to Mooring Buoy 35 NM Kutubdia to Buoy no 1 22 NM  
Mooring Buoy to Kaligong 77 NM Buoy No 1 – Kaligong 98 NM Distance from PPA (Inner Anchorage) to Dhaka is 137 NM
Kaligong-Dhaka 60 NM Kaligong-Dhaka 60 NM  
Total 172 NM   170 NM  

 

COASTERS AND INLAND VESSEL ROUTE:

Inland vessel Lighters Bulk Cargo from Deep Draught vessel laid at Payra outer anchorage. Vessel upto maximum 20.0m draught may anchorage Safety at designated area close to Fairway Buoy. Entry to Rabnabad Channel is clearly marked with IALA buoyage (System – A). Buoys are moored at 2.8 nm channel equidistant interval with 800 m width all along 36 nm distance from fairway to Rabnabad Channel. Position of buoy are clearly Marked in BA chart No 3051.

Coasters and Inland Vessel Route: Inland vessel Lighters Bulk Cargo from Deep Draught vessel laid at Payra outer anchorage. Vessel upto maximum 20.0m draught may anchorage Safety at designated area close to Fairway Buoy. Entry to Rabnabad Channel is clearly marked with IALA buoyage (System – A). Buoys are moored at 2.8 nm channel equidistant interval with 800 m width all along 36 nm distance from fairway to Rabnabad Channel. Position of buoy are clearly Marked in BA chart No 3051. Payra harbour starting from Rabnabad Channel entrance to month of Kajal River in also marked with IALA buoys. IALA buoys also Laid in 72 nm Long Kajal – Tetulia river route for Proper guidance to Ship master.

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PORT LIMIT

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Finally, Payra Port will support transit trade handling as well as economic and social development of the south middle zone of the country. In the global scenario, the South and South-East Asian countries economy can be integrated, in which Payra Port could emerge as an effective partner to Chittagong and Mongla Ports. With a planned development of Payra Port, it can be turned in to an effective port in Bangladesh and a regional hub for trade and commerce. It is said that a port can change the fate of a nation. Payra Sea Port could be such a port for Bangladesh.


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