A new Chart 2105(Jaigarh Port) of Scale 1:12500 has published on 30 Nov 2011 By National Hydrographic Office
1. 17°19.5' N 073 07'E
2. 17°19.5' N 073 08'E
3. 17°18.5' N 073 08'E
4. 17°18.5' N 073 07'E
The port is located at about 110 nautical miles south of Mumbai. The Concession Agreement was signed in June, 2008 with M/s JSW Jaigarh Port Ltd., a constituent company of Jindal Group. The Port will have seven berths with a draught of 14 metres at an investment of about 1000 crores. The port complex will have a 1200 MW coal-based thermal power plant and a port-based SEZ. This port is expected to handle about 18 MTPA, when fully operational. The first two berths having a total length of 550 metres are on the verge of commissioning and expected to start cargo operations from September/ October, 2009.
Pilotage is compulsory for inward and outward movement of ships and movement between berths.Pilotage services is provided round–the-clock in all season.
Vessel has to use only polypropylene ropes for mooring. In case wires are to be used, they will be used as spring lines only, provided they have 40 meter long polypropylene tails. During berthing, the vessel propeller must have 90% immersion and a trim not to exceed 1% of LOA. The fenders at the berth are 3.6 m above water level at low water, vessel has to maintain minimum 5 meter freeboard always and must ensure that its ship's side rests on the fender.
Pilot boards the vessel in position Lat 17 deg 19.9 min N, Long 073 deg 08.3 min E, which is 2 miles West of entrance channel buoys.
Entrance channel buoy is in position Lat 17 deg 19.2 min N, Long 073 deg 10.1 min E.
The Port Signal Station is equipped with VHF facility using channel 16 for calling and channel 11
Berth 1 - JSW Coal Terminal - LOA 290 mtr, Draft 17.50 mtr at High Water
Berth 2 - JSW General Berth - LOA 225 mtr, Draft 17.50 mtr at High Water
• However, 2 Berths of total 550 meters length, hence presently port berthing more than 300 mtrs LOA vessels
The tidal range is 2.3 M during Spring tide and is 1.0 M during Neap tide.
Moonsoon Period 01st June to 30th August Fair Seasion01s September to 30th May
STEVEDORES WORKING HOURS
STEVEDORES WORKS ROUND THE CLOCK IN SHIFTS AS FLWS
1st Shift FM 0730 HRS TO 1530 HRS
2nd Shift FM 1530 HRS TO 2330 HRS
3rd Shift FM 2330 HRS TO 0730 HRS
FRESH WATER AVAILABLE
By shore tanker truck
FUEL / PROVISION
FLOATING CRANE / MOBILE CRANE
Two Mobile Harbour Crane are available at Berth No.2 Berth No.1 is Mechanical unloading coal plant
Crew Sign On/Off at Jaigarh is not permitted / Mumbai & Goa,Dabolim
Capt. Pankaj Nirmal | DGM - Marine
JSW JAIGARH PORT LTD.
Post.Jaigad | Dist. Ratnagiri - 415614, Maharashtra |India
T: 02357-242551-53 (Ext.: 1801) |F: 02357-242556
M: 9552577547 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | W: http://www.jsw.in
The Port has made it compulsory for all vessels entering Jaigarh to have a valid P & I Cert. of Entry. The insurance cover for wreck removal and pollution damages should be covered by a P & I Club. Master to have original of P & I Cert. on board which is to be made available to Pilot for perusal. Same should be valid. Owners / Disp. Owners required to fax prior arrival of vessel the scanned copies of such certificates duly signed by the issuing authority.