Harbour Master: Capt. Ivo Matkovic
Phone: +385 20 679 008
Fax: +385 20 679 008
Capt. Ivan Maric
Tel: +385 20 603184
Fax: +385 20 603184,
Mobile: +385 98 982 6999
Sheltered, but SE and NE winds create hazards at Pier Nos 3 and 5 respectively. To the S and SW of port lies the peninsula Peljesac, a natural breakwater. Entrance trough channel 0.8 km long. Free passage marked by buoys. Width 600 m, 10.97 m depth. Max draft 10.50 m.
Vessels are allowed to anchor W of the line which connects Konova cove on peninsula Peljesac with point Latitude: 43° 03' N, Longitude: 017°24' E on land coast. Depth over 25 m.
Pilotage compulsory for vessels over 500 GT, from the entrance of the channel to the berth. Pilot taken on 0,7 Nm outside port.
Radio Split on 2182 kHz and 2574 kHz, Radio Dubrovnik on 2182 kHz and 2615 kHz.
Max LOA 220 m, 13.00 max draft.
Navigation through channel Vlaska is allowed during daylight only with the assistance of 2 tugs.
Nearest hospital at Dubrovnik 120 km or Split 120 km.
Dubrovnik 120 km, Split 120 km.
Tel: +385 20 679 220
Fax: +385 20 679 836
Working hrs from 06:00-14:00 hrs, 14:00-22:00 hrs Sundays & Holidays excluded.
Port can accept eleven ocean-going vessels. Bosanska Obala, 227 m long, two berths, 6.25 m and 9.45 Max d. Biokovska Obala, 368 m long, three berths, up to 9.75 Max d. Obala No. 3, 410 m long, three berths up to 9.75 Max d. Obala No. 5, 507 m long, three berths of 10.5 Max d. Specialised terminals for bulk and liquid cargoes, timber and livestock. Modern railway connections to Sarajevo, Budapest, Prague and Bucharest. Excellent road connections to hinterland and all parts of the country
70.000 m2 of covered storage, 300.000 m2 of open storage, 50.000 m2 timber shed.
One floating crane of 100 t cap, three auto cranes of 25 t capacity and one auto crane of 50 t cap, 50 forklifts and 15 cranes of
5-10 ts capacity.
CONTAINER - RORO
A forklift of 35 t capacity assists container handling.
A new bulk cargo terminal for grain, capacity 40.000 T, average rate 400 T/h, bagging rate 1000 bags/h, with automatic weighing. Grain, ores and minerals by shore cranes equipped with grabs at quays no. 3 & 5. Grain through feeders to railcars. Alumina silos 20.000 t cap quay no. 1, length 140 m, Max draft 9,15 m. Coal handled by 4/10 t travelling cranes, outreach 30 m, grab capacity 3 cbm, average rate 150 t/hour.
One new berth, 10.2 m Max d, 28,5 m Max beam, with tank storage for heavy fuel oil, special chemical products and petroleum. Mooring and unmooring during daylight hours only (and wind from NS not exceeding 10 m/s or from EW not exceeding 14 m/s). Two tugboats, lounch boat and il spill booms compulsory.
Available, but dependes on actual quantity involved.
No bunker supply available.
ISSA members available.
Close to the port.