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Shanghai船旗
Port Code: CNSGH
Latitude: 31°16'50"N
Longitude: 121°33'58"E
Vessels in Port:4885
Expected Arrivals (next 5 days): 134
Overview
     OVERVIEW: China's largest port, handles most types of cargo. The terminals extend along the Chiang Jiang (Yangtze River) and its tributaries the Huang Pu and Wusong rivers. The port area is divided into several main districts including Bao Shan, Fu Xing, Dong Chang, Gao Yang, Hui Shan, Kai Ping, Pudong and Wu Jing.
Location
     LOCATION: In eastern China at the mouth of the Chang Jiang.
Charts
     CHARTS: Chinese Charts No. 44125, 44126 and 44134 of which carriage is mandatory.
BA Charts No. 1601, 1602, 1603 and 1619.
Publications: BA China Sea Pilot, Vol. 3, NP 32.
Documents
     DOCUMENTS: See General - Documents
Max. Size
     MAX. SIZE: Channel: Draft 10.5 m. (FW).
Containers: Depth 14.2 m.
Passengers: 80,000 d.w.t., depth 12.0 m.
Ro-Ro: Depth 14.0 m.
Bulk: 200,000 d.w.t., depth 11.0 m.
Crude: 100,000 d.w.t., draft 9.1 m.
Products: Draft 10.0 m.
Gas: Draft 9.0 m.
Luhuashan Anchorage: Anchorage: Depth 14.0 m.
Restrictions
     RESTRICTIONS: Vessels may enter and sail throughout 24 hours. Time restrictions are placed on vessels proceeding to or departing from shipyards.
Vessels with beam over 52 m. must apply for permission to enter port at least 4 days in advance. Application submitted through Agent.
Bridges: Yang Pu airdraft 48.0 m.
Nan Pu airdraft 44.0 m.
Lu Pu airdraft 44.0 m.
Xu Pu airdraft 44.0 m.
Fang Pu airdraft 22.0 m.
Pilotage
     PILOTAGE: Compulsory. Pilotage available throughout 24 hours. At the outer pilot station, the pilots usually only board vessels during two periods daily, so enabling vessels to pass through the shallow waters of the channel approaches at high water (HW). This results in vessels entering the channel one after another in what looks like a convoy.
Pilots board shallow draft vessels that are not tide-bound outside these time periods.
The pilot ladder should be rigged 0.5 m. above the water.
Contact: Shanghai Port Pilot Administration Station. T: +86 (21) 6595 4488, 6595 9287 (office). F: +86 (21) 6595 5920. pilots@sh163.net www.sh-pilots.com.cn/
Shanghai Port Pilot Station Scheduling Division. T: +86 (21) 6595 9175, 2863, 0064, 4411. F: +86 (21) 6595 3149, 1270, 3149, 1270.
Pre-Arrival Notification: Vessels inbound, shall notify the pilot station of their pilot requirement, 48 and 24 hours before arrival at pilot station.
Vessels outbound shall have their Agent notify the pilot station the afternoon before the day of departure.
Vessels are required to contact pilots 1 hour before arranged boarding time on VHF Channel 14 and then maintain listening watch for further instructions. On confirmation of receipt number provided by the Agent, and notified of the pilot station, pilot will board and vessel proceeds inwards.
The Agent will contact the Pilotage Service Operations Office from 1400-1500 hrs. to obtain the following day's movements schedule.
Communications: The Pilotage Authority listens on VHF Channel 16 and works on VHF Channels 6, 9, 15 and 27 throughout 24 hours.
Ships waiting in the outer anchorage, or approaching to take a pilot on board, should monitor the pilotage transit schedules broadcast by the pilot station mother ship. The following day's schedule for transits is broadcast at 1600 hrs and any changes are broadcast at 1100 hrs the following morning. The Agent may also notify the vessel before arrival. If the vessel's Master needs to clarify the situation, the pilot station mother ship should be contacted via VHF.
When vessels are instructed by the pilot station to ``Proceed to Buoy No. 1'', the vessel should proceed to the Nan Cao (North Channel) Lightvessel instead of Lightbuoy No. 1. Lightbuoys No. 1-3 in Nan Cao have been withdrawn and replaced by the Nan Cao Lightvessel. Vessels' Masters should clarify the situation with the pilot station mother ship.
Chiang Jiang Kou (River Yangtze Estuary): The estuary has two branches, Bei Zhi (north branch) Shuidao (channel) and Nan Zhi (south branch), passing either side of the Chong Ming Dao (island). The north branch is very shallow and therefore impassable to most vessels.
Nan Zhi Shuidao: The channel is divided into two channels, Bei or Bei Gang Shuidao (north port channel) and Nan or Nan Gang Shuidao (south port channel) passing either side of two islands, Chang Xing Dao and Heng Sha Dao and a shallow bank Heng Sha. The depth in the Bei or Bei Gang Shuidao is shallow, and is therefore only used by domestic vessels.
Nan or Nan Gang Shuidao: The channel is divided into three passages:
Bei Cao Shuidao (north dredged channel), or called Bei Cao.
Nan Cao Shuidao (south dredged channel), or called Nan Cao.
Nan Gang Zhi Hangdao (south port branched fairway). Jiu Duan Sha Bank is between Bei Cao and Nan Cao.
Navigational lightbuoys separate the Nan Cao and Nan Gang Zhi Hangdao.
Bei Cao: Consists of the upper part of the Yuan-Yuan-Sha dredged channel and lower part the Chang Jiang Kou deep water fairway that has depth 8.5 m., width 300 m. and sloping bottom (1/60) giving total channel width of 400 m. between the navigational buoys on either side. At the eastern end of the channel, there is the Chang Jiang Kou Lightvessel in position 31° 06' 05" N, 122° 26' 39" E (Racon O).
Nan Cao: In the Nan Cao, the depth is 5.2 m. and, due to the sheltered waters, the majority of pilots board vessels here if the vessel's draft including height of tide (rising) is permissible to pass through the channel. At the eastern end of the channel, there is the Nan Cao Lightvessel in position 31° 02' 39" N, 122° 16' 21" E, (Racon N).
Nan Gong Zhi Hangdao: The channel runs along the south shore of the estuary and is only used by small domestic coasters. At the eastern end of the channel, there is the Nan Zhi Lightvessel.
Pilot Station Mother Ship: The vessel is white hulled, length 87 m., and is anchored between Lightbuoys No. 5 and No. 6 in Nan Cao, in position 31° 03' 33" N, 122° 06' 42" E, or between Lightbuoy No. 4 (the most eastern buoy in Nan Cao) and Nan Cao Lightvessel in heavy weather.
In calm weather, the vessel shifts eastward and holds position near the Nan Cao Lightvessel or more easterly anchoring in position 31° 04' 00" N, 122° 22' 00" E, at the mid-point between the eastern ends of the Bei Cao and Nan Cao Channels.
Pilot boards in position 31° 04' 00" N, 122° 24' 00" E.
SWATH Pilot Vessel: A new SWATH (small water-plane area twin hull) pilot vessel ``Bai Yu Lan'', length 27 m., is limited to daylight services only. The Pilot boards/disembarks in Chang Jiang Kou for vessels bound for/departing from Bei Cao.
The vessel has upper operational limits of Force 8 and wave height of 3.0 m.
Pilot Boarding in Calm to Moderate Weather: In calm weather, ship must arrive at position 31° 04' 00" N, 122° 24' 00" E, at the appointed time, if delayed more than 10 minutes, the vessel's slot may be cancelled by the Pilotage Authority, especially if the draft is 10.0 m. or more.
Pilot Boarding During Bad Weather: In bad weather the vessel anchors between Lightbuoys No. 5 and No. 6 in the Nan Cao Approaches. When proceeding to the boarding area, one hour before arrival, the vessel's Master should contact the pilot station mother ship via VHF to confirm current position and thereafter keep in close contact.
If, on passing Long. 122° 27.0' E, the pilot launch has not yet been sighted, confirm the pilot boarding area as the mother ship frequently changes position in bad weather. The pilot may board a ship for Nan Cao between Lightbuoys No. 4 and No. 5, in bad weather or as far in as Buoy No. 9.
During bad weather, the Bei Cao pilotage is suspended. If sea conditions permit, the pilot may board the vessel near the Nan Cao Lightvessel, then proceed to the Chang Jiang Kou Lightvessel for Bei Cao.
In heavy weather, the pilot can board vessels bound for Bei Cao via helicopter. The helicopter can carry up to four river pilots, but is limited to daylight services only.
For vessels other than large container vessels, the Agent must apply and pay for services of the SWATH ship or helicopter. If in daylight the wind is more than Force 6 or wave height more than 2.0 m. in the estuary, then the Agent can apply for the SWATH ship or helicopter service.
If the SWATH ship and helicopter are unable to disembark the pilot at Chang Jiang Kou in very rough seas, the pilot will disembark elsewhere in the region (Korea, Japan, Hong Kong etc.). The Agent must make an application to the Pilotage Authority office and obtain authorisation from the Port Authority and Immigration before proceeding into international waters.
Transfer of Shanghai Pilots, whose pilotage area includes the lowest section of Yangtze River to Chang Jiang Pilots, whose pilotage area excludes the lowest section of Yangtze River, is in the area between four Lightbuoys (No. 35, No. 35-1, No. 34 and No. 36). Shanghai/Chang Jiang Pilotage Transfer Centre arranges a launch or tug for the embarking/disembarking of all pilots.
Every port Agent shall report vessel's draft correctly so as to help the pilot station assign pilots.
Anchorages
     ANCHORAGES: Vessels shall, before arrival off the port, make application for anchorage via electronic means. Contact Agent.
Vessels are required to inform ``Wusong VTS'' of intentions on VHF Channel 8 before dropping or weighing anchor.
Inner Anchorages: Vessels shall anchor for no more than 72 hours
Jiuduansha Anchorage: Two anchorages for small vessels. For vessels awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter or leave the Nancao Channel or Nancao Secondary Channel.
Anchorage No. 1 is located within the joint line linking Buoys No. A40 to A42 and the parallel line shifted 1,000 m. abeam southwards.
Anchorage No. 2 is located within the joint line linking Buoys No. A42 to A44 and the parallel line shifted 1,000 m. abeam southwards.
Jiangyanansha Dangerous Goods Temporary Anchorage: Anchorage for vessels carrying dangerous goods including oil and chemical tankers, LPG carriers. For vessels awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter or leave the Nancao Channel or Nancao Secondary Channel.
Anchorage located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. A44 to A45 and Buoys No. Q15 to Q16.
Jiangyanansha Temporary Anchorage: Anchorage for vessels including large vessels, awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter or leave the Nancao Channel.
Anchorage located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. A47 to A49 and Buoys No. Q15 to Q16.
Hengsha East Anchorage: Anchorage for large vessels, awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter.
    Bounded by the following co-ordinates:
  1. Lightbuoy No. Q1
  2. 31° 16' 27" N, 121° 51' 13" E
  3. 31° 17' 18" N, 121° 48' 58" E
  4. 31° 17' 57" N, 121° 49' 21" E
  5. 31° 17' 44" N, 121° 49' 51" E
  6. 31° 17' 26" N, 121° 49' 44" E
  7. 31° 17' 12" N, 121° 50' 36" E
  8. 31° 17' 23" N, 121° 50' 39" E.
Hengsha West Anchorage: Anchorage for large vessels, awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter.
    Bounded by the following co-ordinates:
  1. Hengnan Lightbuoy
  2. 31° 17' 51" N, 121° 47' 35" E
  3. 31° 18' 20" N, 121° 46' 19" E
  4. 31° 18' 43" N, 121° 46' 35" E
  5. 31° 18' 44" N, 121° 47' 31" E.
Hengsha Dangerous Goods Anchorage: Anchorage for vessels carrying dangerous goods including oil and chemical tankers and LPG carriers awaiting orders or berth, seeking shelter and awaiting tide to enter.
    Bounded by the following co-ordinates:
  1. Hengnan Lightbuoy
  2. 31° 17' 57" N, 121° 49' 21" E
  3. 31° 17' 18" N, 121° 48' 58" E
  4. 31° 17' 51" N, 121° 47' 35" E.
Wusong Anchorage: The Anchorage consists of 11 anchorages and is the primary quarantine anchorage area.
Anchorages No. 1-2: For vessels engaged in domestic voyages. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q4-Q5 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 51-53. The 90°(T) bisecting of line between Buoys No. 51-53 defines Anchorages No. 1 and 2.
Anchorages No. 3-4: For vessels engaged in domestic voyages. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q4, Q5 and Q7 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 53-55. The 90°(T) bisecting of line between Buoys No. 53-55 defines Anchorages No. 3 and 4.
Anchorages No. 5-6: For vessels engaged in domestic voyages. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q5 to Q7 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 55-57. The 90°(T) bisecting of line between Buoys No. 55-57 defines Anchorages No. 5 and 6.
Anchorages No. 7-8: Anchorage No. 7 is for vessels engaged in domestic voyages. Anchorage No. 8 for vessels engaged in international voyages. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q7-Q8 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 57-61. The 90°(T) bisecting of line between Buoys No. 57-61 defines Anchorages No. 7 and 8.
Anchorages No. 9-10: Anchorage No. 9 for vessels engaged in international voyages and No. 10 for vessels berthing at berths along the Wusong River. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q7-Q9 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 61-63. The 90°(T) bisecting of line between Buoys No. 61-63 defines Anchorages No. 9 and 10.
Anchorages No.11: Anchorage for seagoing vessels less than 1,600 g.t. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q9 to Q10 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 63-65.
Baosteel Upper Anchorage: Anchorage for large steel barges.
    Bounded by the following co-ordinates:
  1. 31° 27' 50" N, 121° 25' 54" E
  2. 31° 27' 34" N, 121° 26' 18" E
  3. 31° 27' 23" N, 121° 26' 07" E
  4. 31° 27' 39" N, 121° 25' 43" E.
Baoshan North Anchorage: Former anchorage for ultra-large vessels but now also for replenishment and lightering. Located between the joint lines linking Buoys No. Q11 to Q12 and parallel line 100 m. northward of line between Buoys No. 77, 79-81.
Prohibited Anchorage Areas: The following areas are within the Yangtze River.
    Anchorage No. 1: Area bounded by co-ordinates:
  1. 31° 18' 50" N, 121° 40' 50" E
  2. 31° 19' 18" N, 121° 40' 05" E
  3. 31° 22' 18" N, 121° 42' 20" E
  4. 31° 22' 12" N, 121° 42' 40" E.
    Anchorage No. 2: Area bounded by co-ordinates:
  1. 31° 27' 00" N, 121° 26' 08" E
  2. 31° 26' 37" N, 121° 26' 30" E
  3. 31° 32' 04" N, 121° 34' 41" E
  4. 31° 31' 42" N, 121° 35' 35" E.
    Anchorage No. 3: Area bounded by co-ordinates:
  1. 31° 30' 19" N, 121° 19' 55" E
  2. 31° 30' 53" N, 121° 19' 20" E
  3. 31° 37' 06" N, 121° 23' 22" E
  4. 31° 36' 56" N, 121° 24' 11" E.
    Anchorage No. 4: Area bounded by co-ordinates:
  1. 31° 28' 44" N, 121° 44' 57" E
  2. 31° 24' 50" N, 121° 42' 32" E
  3. 31° 25' 13" N, 121° 41' 14" E
  4. 31° 29' 21" N, 121° 43' 42" E.
Outer Anchorages: Chang Jiang Kou Anchorage: Available for all types of vessels, no time limits. Depth over 23.0 m. (No. 1) and over 16.3 m. (No. 2), bottom mud with good holding.
    No. 1 Area is bounded by a line drawn between the following positions:
  1. 31° 08' 10" N, 122° 34' 29" E
  2. 31° 13' 10" N, 122° 34' 29" E
  3. 31° 13' 10" N, 122° 40' 00" E
  4. 31° 08' 10" N, 122° 40' 00" E.
    No. 2 Area is bounded by a line drawn between the following positions:
  1. 31° 00' 18" N, 122° 34' 29" E
  2. 31° 04' 10" N, 122° 34' 29" E
  3. 31° 04' 10" N, 122° 40' 00" E
  4. 31° 00' 18" N, 122° 40' 00" E.
Luhuashan Anchorage: Available for all types of vessels, no time limits, depth over 20 m. Anchorage also contains lightering platform and transshipment vessel "Shauang Feng Hai".
    Anchorage is bounded by a line drawn between the following positions:
  1. 30° 48' 00" N, 122° 37' 00" E
  2. 30° 48' 00" N, 122° 38' 00" E
  3. 30° 47' 00" N, 122° 38' 00" E
  4. 30° 47' 00" N, 122° 37' 00" E.
Also see Shipmaster's Report dated November 1994 and Agent's Report
Pratique
     PRATIQUE: Free pratique is only available for PRC registered vessels. Foreign vessels may apply for radio pratique but generally only granted following inspection.
VHF
     VHF: Port Authority listens on Channel 16 and works on Channels 6, 9, 15, 21 and 27.
Pilot vessels listen on Channel 16 and work on Channels 6, 9, 15 and 69.
Berthing information available on Channel 11 at 1115 hrs. and 1515 hrs.
Also see VTS/Radar
VTS/Radar
     VTS/RADAR: Compulsory for vessels or combined tug and tow of 1,000 g.t., tankers of 500 d.w.t. or if vessel carrying 12 passengers or more.
    Shanghai VTS, zone encompasses the waters within the area defined by the following:
  1. the line connecting the Jigu Jiao (reef), the outer ends of each traffic lane and sector A and Sector C of the ship's routeing system of Chang Jiang Kou, Nanzhi Lightfloat and Dazhi River
  2. Chang Jiang Kou and Liuhe Kou port authorities
  3. the line connecting Wusong Kou Lighthouse, and Buoy No. 101 and to Pudong shoreline.
The Shanghai VTS, call sign ``Wusong VTS'', covers two sectors within the controlled area: Sector No. 1 is the area west of the longitude passing through Chang Xing Radar Station. Working on VHF Channel 71 and Sector No. 2 is the area east of the longitude passing through Chang Xing Radar Station to the Nanchoa Lightfloat and west to longitude through Chang Jiang Kou Lightfloat, working on VHF Channel 9. Chang Jiang Kou routeing system east of Sector 1 works on VHF Channel 8.
Pre-Arrival Report: Vessels should send a report to Shanghai MSA via Agent by 1600 hrs the day before arrival, giving the following information:
  1. vessel's name
  2. nationality
  3. LOA
  4. g.t.
  5. draft fore and aft
  6. max. airdaft
  7. last port of call
  8. destination (berth or anchorage)
  9. ETA
  10. type and quantity of cargo
  11. number of passengers
  12. number of crew.
When crossing the reporting line inbound vessel shall forward the following information to Shanghai VTS as per IMO SRS requirements:
A vessel's name and call sign
E true course
F speed
L destination and ETA
O max. draft.
On departure before leaving the berth or heaving anchor, vessel shall provide the following information:
A vessel's name and call sign
H time and berth position.
Emergency Reports: In case of collision, pollution, injury to crew, breakdown likely to affect safety of navigation, call Shanghai VTS giving:
A vessel's name and call sign
B time
C or D position
X full details of emergency and other information required.
Contact: Shanghai VTS Center. T: +86 (21) 6828 7197. F: +86 (21) 5807 3447. vts/ws@shmsa.gov.cn
Shanghai MSA. T: +86 (21) 6607 2786. F: +86 (21) 6607 2784. www.shmsa.gov.cn
Tugs
     TUGS: 3×5,200 h.p., 2×4,100 h.p., 5×3,600 h.p.,1×3,500 h.p., 2×3,400 h.p., 5×3,200 h.p., 3×3,000 h.p., 3×2,600 h.p. and 1×1,670 h.p.
CSIS: 4×4,000 h.p. and 1×980 h.p.
COSCO: 2×3,200 h.p. and 2×2,600 h.p.
Also see Drydock
Other Facilities
     OTHER FACILITIES:
Huang Pu Cargo Terminal:
Operator: Huishan Stevedoring Co Ltd.
Location: 31° 12' 21" N, 121° 32' 04" E. On the west bank of the Huang Pu river, 10.5 n.m from the intersection with the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Terminal has two berths total length 298.4 m., depth 5.5 m., handles steel products and general cargo.

Jun Gong Lu Cargo terminal:
Owner: SIPG Jungong Road Branch Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5682 1616. F: +86 (21) 5644 1795. www.portshanghai.com.cn/
Operator: Jun Gong Lu Stevedoring Co T: +86 (21) 5682 1403. F: +86 (21) 568 2404. zhangsywl@citiz.net
Location: 31° 20' 58" N, 121° 30' 50" E. Adjacent to Jun Gong Lu Container Terminal, on the west bank of the Huang Pu river, 3.0 n.m. from the intersection with the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Terminal has four berths total length 743 m., depth 10.5 m. Terminal has eight portal cranes and 154 handling machines. Warehousing and storage yards totalling 143,000 sq.m. and total area 251,000 sq.m. 6,304 m. rail spur dedicated to the terminal. Cargoes handled include iron, steel, pulp, vehicles, bulk and breakbulk cargoes.

Longwu Cargo Terminal (LWCT):
Owner: SIPG Longwu Branch Ltd. T: +86 (21) 6434 2300. F: +86 (21) 6434 5662. longwu@public1.sta.net.cn www.longwuport.com/
Operator: Longwu Stevedoring Co. T: +86 (21) 6434 8228. M: +86 138 0180 3438. F: +86 (21) 6434 5662.
Location: 31° 05' 40" N, 121° 27' 38" E. Opposite Guangang district, on the west bank of the Huang Pu river, 24.4 n.m. from the intersection with the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Terminal has 8 berths total length 1,362 m., depth 9.0 m. Terminal has 6×10 tonne, 1×16 tonne and 1×26 tonne portal cranes and 2×42 tonne gantry cranes. Cargoes handled include coke, bulk cargo, containers, general cargo and steel.

Shanghai Haitong International Automobile Terminal:
Operator: Shanghai Haitong International Automobile Logistics Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5848 0808. F: +86 (21) 5848 2649. www.haitongauto.com/
Location: 31° 20' 31" N, 121° 38' 41" E. On the south bank of the Yangtze river adjacent and upriver of the Shanghai East Terminal, 7.0 n.m. downstream from the intersection with the Huang Pu river.
Facilities: Phase 1 berth length 219.4 m., depth 14.0 m., can accommodate the fifth and sixth generation Ro-Ro ships. Total area 265,000 sq.m. handling 7,000 cars with some warehousing. Phase 2 will increase area by 100,000 sq.m.

Zhang Hua Bang Cargo Terminal (ZHCT):
Owner: SIPG Zhang Hua Bang Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5682 1616. F: +86 (21) 5644 0324. zhbsh@public2.sta.net.cn www.portshanghai.com.cn/
Operator: Shanghai Harbour Zhang Hua Bang Stevedoring Corp. T: +86 (21) 5682 1616. F: +86 (21) 5682 0324.
Location: 31° 21' 46" N, 121° 29' 52" E. Adjacent to Zhang Hua Bang Container Terminal, on the west bank of the Huang Pu river, 2.8 n.m. from the intersection with the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Terminal has three berths total length 540.3 m., depth 10.0 m. Terminal has 5×10, 2×16, 1×20, 1×25 tonne portal cranes.

ZMPC Terminal (ZMPC):
Operator: Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Co Ltd (ZPMC). T: +86 (21) 5839 6666. M: +86 138 1754 9178. F: +86 (21) 5685 6558, 5839 9555, 5839 7000. mail@zpmc.com www.zpmc.com/
Location: 31° 23' 42" N, 121° 39' 40" E. On the south shore of Chang Xing island opposite Shanghai Pudong International Terminal on the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Terminal has 3,500 m. of berth. Manufacturer of gantry and portal cranes, RTGs and other container handling equipment.

Medical
     MEDICAL: The city has several very modern hospitals. Contact Agent.
Fresh Water
     FRESH WATER: Available by barge and alongside.
Fuel
     FUEL: Shanghai CHIMBUSCO Marine Bunker Co Ltd. T: +81 (21) 6324 6102. F: +86 (21) 6324 6104. Tlx: 337128 CMBSH CN. cbshltd@mail2.online.sh.cn www.chimbusco.com.cn/
Bomin Bunker Oil Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5308 7228. F: +86 (21) 5308 9068. bominchina@online.sh.cn
Brightway Petroleum Co Ltd. T: +86 (755) 8319 9398. F: +86 (755) 8423 1522.
China Shipping & Sinopec Suppliers Co Ltd. T: +86 (20) 8410 8209. F: +86 (20) 8410 8162. bunker@chinabunker.com.cn www.chinabunker.cn/
Frisol Bunkering (HK) Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5836 2750/2752. F: +86 (21) 5836 2753. Tlx: 71206 FBHKG HX. bunker@frisol.com.hk www.frisol.com.hk/
Peninsula Petroleum Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5386 8866. F: +86 (21) 5386 6766. shanghai@peninsulapetroleum.com www.peninsulapetroleum.com/
PetroChina Ltd. T: +86 (10) 8488 6270. F: +86 (10) 8488 6260. xwzou@petrochina.com.cn www.petrochina.com.cn/
Shenzhen Brightoil Petrochemicals Co Ltd. T: +86 (755) 8423 1555. F: +86 (755) 8423 1522. bunkering@bwoil.com www.bwoil.com/
Dry Dock
     DRY DOCK: COSCO: Operator: COSCO Shipyard Group Co Ltd. Headquarters T: +86 (21) 5860 0111. F: +86 (21) 5860 8213. offshore@cosco-shipyard.com www.cosco-shipyard.com/
Facilities: One floating drydock:
Dock Length Width Depth Size
(m.) (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.)
Baiyunshan 195 30.0 7.47 50,000
Berths:
Facility Berth Length Draft Size Cranes
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.) (tons)
COSCO 1 160 6.5 47,000 1×15
2 200 6.5 47,000 1×15
Yard area of 43,000 sq.m. offers ship repair and conversion and the fabrication of modules.
CSIS Shipyard: Operator: China Shipping International Shipyard Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5685 1166. F: +86 (21) 5685 0057.
Location: Located on Chang Xing island on the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Floating drydocks:
Name Length Width Size
(m.) (m.) (tons)
Putuo Shan 247 36.6 22,000
Jiuhua Shan 300 50.0 38,000
Mei Shan 397 70.0 75,000
1×200 and 1×60 ton floating crane, 40×30 ton and 50×25 ton cranes.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length Draft Size Cranes
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.) (tons)
CSIS 0 160 6.7 200,000 1×15
10 200 13.2 200,000 1×32
11 200 10.5 200,000 3×40
12 340 15.0 300,000 2×30
13 340 15.0 300,000 8×40
F 3,000 11.6-15.3 30,000-100,000 2×60
CIC - Lifeng Shipyard: Operator: Head Office: China Shipping Industry Co Ltd (CIC). T: +86 (21) 5831 2288. F: +86 (21) 6867 0706. cic@csgcic.com www.csgcic.com/
Shipyard: China Shipping Industry Co Ltd (CIC). T: +86 (21) 5841 0623. F: +86 (21) 5841 1000. lfsy@csgcic.com www.lifeng-shipyard.com/
Location: Located on the east bank of the Huang Pu river.
Facilities: Floating docks:
Name Length Width Size
(m.) (m.) (d.w.t.)
Huang Shan 190 28.8 35,000
Hua Shan 164 27.4 25,000
Berths: Yard can handle 8×65,000 d.w.t. vessels at once.
Facility Berth Length Size
No. (m.) (d.w.t.)
CIC-Lifeng 1 1 260 65,000
2 260 65,000
1 Total berth length 1,150 m.
Cranes: 1×30 ton and 1×60 ton floating cranes.
CIC - Lixin Shipyard: Operator: Head Office: China Shipping Industry Co Ltd (CIC). T: +86 (21) 5831 2288. F: +86 (21) 6867 0706. cic@csgcic.com www.csgcic.com/
Shipyard: China Shipping Industry Co Ltd (CIC). T: +86 (21) 5861 2772. F: +86 (21) 5861 2769. lxsy@csgcic.com www.lixin-shipyard.com/
Location: Located on the east bank of the Huang Pu river.
Facilities: One floating dock Pudong, length 222.5 m., inner width 38.0 m., capacity 65,000 d.w.t., lifting 22,000 tons.
Donghai Shipyard: Operator: Donghai Shipyard (DHSY). T: +86 (21) 5644 1008. M: +86 136 5168 3534. F: +86 (21) 5644 0757. donghaib@sh163.net
Facilities: Capacity 3,000 d.w.t., ship lift capacity 2,000 tons.
Berths:
Facility Length Size
(m.) (d.w.t.)
CIC-Lixin 888 65,000
CIC-Ocean 230 40,000
HRDD Shipyard (HRDD): Operator: Huarun Dadong Dockyard Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5836 3555. F: +86 (21) 5836 5841. info@hrdd.com.cn www.hrdd.com.cn/
Location: Southern end of Chongming Island on the north side of the Yangtze River opposite the Waigaoqiao Container Terminal in position 31° 34' 5" N, 121° 27' 25" E.
Facilities: Floating drydocks:
Name Length Width Size
(m.) (m.) (d.w.t.)
Da Dong 340 52.0 170,000
Hua Dong 280 45.0 150,000
Rung Dong 195 36.5 50,000
Xin Dong 240 38.0 80,000
6×20 ton cranes.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length Draft Size Cranes
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.) (tons)
HRDD 1 260 7.0 100,000 1×15, 1×25
2 180 7.0 50,000 1×32
3 230 7.0 50,000 1×15, 1×25
4 300 8.0 200,000 1×50, 1×40
5 300 8.0 200,000 1×50, 1×40
6 300 8.0 200,000 2×40
Hudong Shipyard (HZSC): Operator: Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 5871 3222. M: +86 131 6263 7362. F: +86 (21) 5871 2603. bmd@hz-shipgroup.com www.hudong.com.cn/
Location: On the east bank of the Huang Pu river 8.8 n.m. upriver from the Yangtze river intersection. Adjacent, upriver of the Mingshen 4 Terminal.
Facilities: Three drydocks with the largest 356×90.0 m.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length Cranes
No. (m.) (Portal)
HZSC 1 210 1
2 466 2
3 103 1
Jiangnan Shipyard: Operator: Jiangnan Shipyard (Group) Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 6315 1818. F: +86 (21) 6313 4743. jninfo@jnshipyard.com.cn www.jnshipyard.com.cn/
Location: On the south bank of the Yangtze river.
Facilities: Graving docks:
Dock Length Width Size
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.)
1 153 17.6 5,000
2 184 24.0 10,000
3 232 40.0 70,000
1×150 ton, 2×60 ton, 1×30 ton and 1×15 ton crane.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length Draft Size Cranes
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.) (tons)
Jiangang 1 242 24.0 34,000 1×60, 1×75
2 275 40.0 80,000 5×100, 1×150
Minnan Shipyard: Operator: Minnan Shipyard Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 6450 4744. F: +86 (21) 6450 3658. jy@minnan-shipyard.com www.minnan-shipyard.com/
Location: On the east bank of the Huang Pu river.
Facilities: Floating drydocks:
Name Length Width Size
(m.) (m.) (tons)
Feng Shan 42 14.0 400
Long Shan 72 18.0 1,500
Tian Shan 159 27.0 10,000
Berths:
Facility Berth Size
No. (d.w.t.)
Minnan 1 30,000
2 30,000
3 10,000
Cranes: 1×60 ton and 2×5 ton cranes.
Ocean Ship Repair Dockyard: Operator: China Shipping Industry Co Ltd (CIC). T: +86 (21) 5881 6285. F: +86 (21) 5881 0917. wlsy@csgcic.com www.lixin-shipyard.com/
Location: On the east bank of the Huang Pu river.
Facilities: Graving dock: Ocean, length 110.0 m., inner width 17.0 m., capacity 6,000 d.w.t.
Qiuxin Shipyard: Operator: Qiuxin Shipyard Ltd. T: +86 (21) 6378 3228. F: +86 (21) 6377 2100. qiuxinsh@online.sh.cn www.qiuxin.com.cn/
Shanghai Ship Repair Centre: Operator: Shanghai Ship Repair Centre (SSRC). T: +86 (21) 6557 1072. F: +86 (21) 6557 5477. shom@public2.sta.net.cn
Shanghai Shipyard: Operator: Shanghai Shipyard Co Ltd. T: +86 (21) 6546 1571. F: +86 (21) 6545 3637. ssrd@sssrd.com www.sh-shipyard.com/
Location: On the north shore of Chongming island.
Facilities: Graving docks:
Dock Length Width Depth
No. (m.) (m.) (m.)
1 262 44.0 10.9
2 205 36.0 10.4
Floating drydocks:
Name Length Width Depth Size
(m.) (m.) (m.) (tons)
Bai Yun Shang 190 26.9 13.0 11,500
Xin Xiang Shen 245 39.4 15.3 25,000
Hai Hua 192 29.0 14.4 12,000
One slipway, length 300 m.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length
No. (m.)
Shanghai Shipyard 1 860
2 259
3 750
Cranes: 4×150, 2×120, 2×100, 2×80 and several 40 ton cranes available.
Shenjia Shipyard: Operator: Shenjia Shipyard. T: +86 (21) 5851 1788, 5851 7181, 5851 8034. M: +86 135 0167 3212. F: +86 (21) 5851 7181.
Location: On the east bank of the Hang Pu river, 0.1 n.m. downriver from the Yang Pu bridge and 10.2 n.m. upriver from the intersection with the Yangzte river.
Facilities: Graving dock: Length 168 m., width 32.0 m., 16,000 d.w.t.
Berths:
Facility Berth Length
No. (m.)
Shenjia 1 78
2 190
Also see Berths
Repairs
     REPAIRS: See Drydock
Surveyors
     SURVEYORS: Braemar Technical Services, Hong Kong. T: +852 2525 3619. shanghai@bmtmarinerisk.com www.braemarsa.com M: +852 13774 446394.
Consuls
     CONSULS: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Greenland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Rep of, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay and USA.
Connections
     CONNECTIONS: Good road and rail connections are available. A large selection of international destinations is available from Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG).
Developments
     DEVELOPMENTS: There is extensive development work being carried out on the Yangtze river shoreline of Chongming island and to the east of the Shanghai Mingdong International Terminal.
Shanghai Hudong Container Terminal: Operator: Shanghai Hudong Container Terminal Co. T: +86 (21) 5848 5966. F: +86 (21) 5848 5203. www.sctport.com.cn/
Facilities: Phase IV of the Waigaoqiao Container.
Also see Yangshan
Authority
     AUTHORITY: Shanghai Municipal People's Government, Shanghai Municipal Transport & Port Authority, 100 Dagu Road, Shanghai, Shanghai Province 200002, Peoples Republic of China. T: +86 (21) 6329 0660, 6323 1871. F: +86 (21) 6329 0202, 6323 0184. Tlx: 33023 Shaco Cn. www.shanghai.gov.cn
MSA Regional Office: China MSA, Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration, 190 Si Ping Rd, Shanghai, Shanghai Province 200086, China. T: +86 (21) 6607 2786. F: +86 (21) 6607 2784. www.shmsa.gov.cn Contact: Navigation Management Office.
Actual Conditions Experienced by Visiting Vessels

Shanghai - Shipmaster's Report 2016-06-01

SHIPMASTER'S REPORT: June 2016
The following was received by vessel from local agents.
1. Be advised the position of Lu Hua Shan Lightening Anchorage as follows:
a) 30° 45' 00" N, 122° 38' 16" E
b) 30° 47' 26" N, 122° 38' 16" E
c) 30° 47' 26" N, 122° 38' 52" E
d) 30° 48' 24" N, 122° 38' 45" E
e) 30° 48' 24" N, 122° 36' 22" E
f) 30° 48' 08" N, 122° 35' 59" E
g) 30° 45' 00" N, 122° 35' 59" E.
Please proceeding to Lu Hua Shan anchorage directly from the south and keep us updated with ETA to Lu Hua Shan anchorage daily.
2. There are two lightering platforms in the anchorage, as follows:
a) Xin Shuang Feng Hai - MMSI: 412370850
i. position: 30° 47.7' N, 122° 38.5' E
ii. fenders: rubber balls/6 pcs
iii. equipped two gangs (grabs)
iv. discharging rate: 650 tonnes per grab per hour
v. discharging sequence: usually Hold No.1 & No.7 first.
b) Lightering Platform - MMSI: 999000009
i. position: 30° 48.4' N, 122° 37.5' E
ii. dimensions: LOA 288 m., breadth 45 m.
iii. distance of mooring bitts: 460 m.
iv. equipped two gangs (grabs)
v. discharging rate: 1,000 tonnes per grab per hour.
3. Please keep 20 mooring ropes ready (10 fore and 10 aft) before berthing at the lightering platforms.
4. Pilot ?mother? vessel on VHF Channel 9.
5. After completed lightening at Lu Hua Shan anchorage, you will proceed to CJK anchorage, then take berth at Luojing port, to finish discharging the balance of the cargo. Anchorage No.1 of Chang Jiang Kou (CJK) as follows:
a) 31° 13' 10.4" N, 122° 34' 29.0" E
b) 31° 13' 10.4" N, 122° 40' 00.0" E
c) 31° 08' 10.3" N, 122° 34' 29.0" E
d) 31° 08' 10.3" N, 122° 40' 00.0" E.
6. Please be advised that the security level for Lu Hua Shan is level 1, security officers are the Master and Chief Officer of the Xin Shuang Feng Hai, contact VHF Channel 9.
7. Documents required for inward or outward formalities:
3 Crew Effects Declarations
6 Crew Lists
Crew Passports and Seaman?s Books
Last Port Clearance (original)
Ship?s Register (original certificate with one copy (certificates shown on Ship's Particular Form A)
3 Stores Lists
3 Voyage Memos
8. Lightering plan, based on max. draft after lightened is 12 m. (SW). For compiling the Lightering Plan, please refer to the followings:
a) as per port request, each hold should remain at least 1/3 or 8,000 tonnes
b) two crane lightening at same time should be the same type/quantity of cargo
c) cranes should work together all the time.
9. Please send us radio pratique message, and the style as follows:
a) vessel name/flag/call sign/IMO number/MMSI number
b) number of crew and passengers (if any), and state of health
c) if vessel is fitted with weapons on board
d) when/where, and the number of, Chinese Sanitary Certificate issued (if any)
e) when/where Ship Sanitation Control (Exemption) Certificate issued
f) ports of call within the last 30 days
g) when/where/provisions/fresh water/ballast water taken
h) description of cargo/loading port/last port
i) ETA Lu Hua Shan Anchorage, with arrival draft (SW).
10. Other special requirement: SPRO contract should have a copy on board upon vessel berthing Shanghai port. Also provide your Shanghai SPRO company's full style.

Shanghai - Shipmaster's Report 2005-12-18

SHIPMASTER'S REPORT: December 2005 Vessel Size: 4,250 TEU.
Berth: Wei Gao Qiao
Our vessel sailed from Shanghai with max. draft 10.7 m. (FW).
Outbound container ships from the many berths at Wei Gao Qiao generally face the prospect of delays in sailing due to a combination of two factors:
  1. Lines, Agents and terminals are under pressure to load the maximum cargo.
  2. Most Pilots and tugs are engaged in berthing operations of vessels that have arrived on the flood tide. Delays can be critical for heavily laden ships as they are obliged to navigate approx. 40 n.m. to the open ocean mostly on a falling tide.
On our passage down-river, our echo sounder read zero for a considerable duration in the channel, despite having pumped out unnecessary ballast water.
From my interaction with a very forthcoming and competent Pilot, below is some useful information:
  1. Beicao Shuidao is maintained at a depth of 10.0 m. at all states of the tide.
  2. VTIS Shanghai approves transit of the buoyed channel on the basis that a minimum UKC of 12% of FW draft is maintained by each vessel. Draft is reported to them by the Pilot or ship's Agent.
  3. As all outbound deep-draft vessels have to exit the sea approach channel on a falling tide, higher engine speed is unavoidable as compared to inbound ships that have the advantage of entering on the flood tide. Consequently, squat effect is inevitably aggravated.
  4. As a rough guide, an outbound deep-draft ship should preferably sail NOT LATER than approx. 3.5 hours before HW Wusong, which ensures that the vessel arrives at Chanjiang Kou Pilot Station approx. 3 hours after HW. Note that HW at the pilot station is approx. 2 hours before HW at Wusong, and a typical transit takes approx. 4 hours from Wei Gao Qiao Berth to sea.
  5. Entering and leaving Shanghai is always a challenge to the navigator, given the low depth, perennial smog, unreliable navigation marks, unpredictable movements by small craft, strong sets, concurrent arrivals and sailings of large vessels and the general chaos on VHF working channels. However, I am pleased to report that pilotage standards have considerably improved, and the laptop pc-based ECDIS + AIS carried by all pilots is a great reassurance for the bridge team.

Shanghai - Agent's Report 2004-07-17

AGENT'S REPORT: July 2004
Anchorages: Limitless holding capacity.
Position Depth Remarks
(m.)
Changjiangkou Anchorage:
1 22° 25.0' N, 030° 56.0' E 10-14 Awaiting berth/tide. Mud bottom, good holding.
1 22° 32.0' N, 030° 56.0' E
1 22° 32.0' N, 031° 00.0' E
1 22° 25.0' N, 031° 00.0' E
Luhuashan Anchorage:
1 22° 37.0' N, 030° 47.0' E 22-33 Lightering, refuge. Mud bottom, good holding.
1 22° 38.0' N, 030° 47.0' E
1 22° 38.0' N, 030° 48.0' E
1 22° 37.0' N, 030° 48.0' E
Wusong Anchorage:
Q5, Q4, 29, 31 Buoy 5-17 Quarantine. Mud and sand bottom, good holding.
Berths:
Berth Length Depth Size Cargo
No. (m.) (m.) (d.w.t.)
Waigaoqiao Stevedores:
2 of 2nd/3rd stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
3 of 2nd/3rd stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
4 of 2nd/3rd stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
5 of 2nd/3rd stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
SCT Stevedores:
1 of Zhanghuabang 244 10.5 10,000 Containers
2 of Zhanghuabang 180 10.5 10,000 Containers
3 of Zhanghuabang 180 10.5 10,000 Containers
4 of Zhanghuabang 180 10.5 10,000 Containers
1 of Jungonglu 160 10.0 10,000 Containers
2 of Jungonglu 180 10.0 10,000 Containers
3 of Jungonglu 180 10.0 10,000 Containers
4 of Jungonglu 196 10.0 10,000 Containers
5 of Jungonglu 141 10.5 10,000 Containers
2 of Baoshan 240 9.4 10,000 Containers
3 of Baoshan 200 9.4 10,000 Containers
4 of Baoshan 200 9.4 10,000 Containers
Luojing Stevedores:
1-2 463 11 15,000 Coal, ore
Minsheng Stevedores:
1 of Minsheng 200 10 10,000 Grain, general
2 of Minsheng 191 10.0 10,000 Grain, general
3 of Minsheng 171.3 9.5 10,000 Grain
4 of Minsheng 212.5 9.5 10,000 Grain
Zhujiamen (E) 200 10 10,000 Coal
Zhujiamen (W) 102.7 10 3,000 Coal
Huishan Stevedores:
1 of Huangpu 149.2 5.5 7,000 Steel, general
2 of Huangpu 149.2 5.5 7,000 Steel, general
1 of Huishan 121.9 6.5 10,000 Steel, general
2 of Huishan 121.9 6.5 10,000 Steel, general
3 of Huishan 121.9 8.5 7,000 Steel, general
4 of Huishan 152.4 8.5 7,000 Cargo, passengers
5 of Huishan 152.4 8.5 7,000 Cargo, passengers
6 of Huishan 152.4 6.5 10,000 Cargo, passengers
Nanpu Stevedores:
1 of Bailianjing 218 10 10,000 Log, timber
2 of Bailianjing 145 10 10,000 Log, timber, steel
3 of Bailianjing 147.5 9.5 10,000 Log, timber, steel
4 of Bailianjing 184.6 9.0 10,000 Log, timber, steel
1 of Kaiping 171.4 10.0 10,000 General
2 of Kaiping 136.4 10.0 10,000 Timber, general
Gaoyang Stevedores:
Gongpinglu (E) 182.7 9.5 10,000 General
Gongpinglu (W) 61 9.5 10,000 Passengers
1 of Gaoyang 194.4 10.0 10,000 General, steel
2 of Gaoyang 164.4 10.0 10,000 Ferry, general
3 of Gaoyang 164.4 10.0 10,000 General, ferry
4 of Gaoyang 230.2 10.0 10,000 Ferry, general
Waihongqiao 117 11.0 5,000 Passengers
Xinhua Stevedores:
1 of Xinhua 176 11 25,000 Ore
2 of Xinhua 176 11 25,000 Ore
3 of Xinhua 176 10.3 25,000 Ore
4 of Xinhua 176 11 25,000 Steel, general
5 of Xinhua 176 10.8 25,000 Steel, general
6 of Xinhua 176 10.9 25,000 Steel, general
7 of Xinhua 148.6 11.4 25,000 Fertiliser
8 of Eastern 201.1 11 25,000 Steel, general
9 of Eastern 178.7 10.8 25,000 Steel, general
10 of Western 174 7 1,000 General
Zhanghuabang Stevedores:
5 of Zhanghuabang 180.3 10.5 10,000 General, steel
6 of Zhanghuabang 180 10.5 10,000 Ore, containers, general
7 of Zhanghuabang 180 10.5 10,000 Ore, containers, general
Jungonglu Stevedores:
6 of Jungonglu 227 10.5 10,000 Steel, general
7 of Jungonglu 172 10.5 10,000 Steel, ore, general
8 of Jungonglu 172 10.5 10,000 Ore, general
9 of Jungonglu 172 10.5 10,000 Ore, sand, general
Gongqing Stevedores:
1 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 Containers
2 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 Containers
3 of Gongqing 100 3 3,000 Domestic containers
4 of Gongqing 100 3 3,000 Domestic containers
5 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 General, coal
6 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 General, coal
7 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 General, coal
8 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 General, coal
9 of Gongqing 100 4 3,000 General, sand
Baoshan Stevedores:
1 of Baoshan 150 9.5 15,000 Timber, general
5 of Baoshan 180 9.5 15,000 General
6 of Baoshan 180 9.5 15,000 General
7 of Baoshan 80 7.0 2,000 General
8 of Baoshan 80 7.0 1,000 General
Longwu Stevedores:
1 167 9.0 10,000 General, steel, coke
2 of Guan 167 9.0 10,000 General, steel, coke
3 of Guan 167 9.0 10,000 General
4 of Guan 167 9.0 10,000 General
5 of Guan 167 9.0 10,000 General
6 of Guan 167 9.0 10,000 General, steel
7 of Guan 180 9.0 10,000 Containers
8 of Guan 180 9.0 10,000 Containers
Waigaoqiao Stevedores:
1 of 1st stage 200 10.5 25,000 Containers
2 of 1st stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
3 of 1st stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
1 of 2nd/3rd stage 180 10.5 25,000 Containers
Cranes:
Stevedores Berth Cranes Unloaders
No. (tons) (t.p.h.)
SCT 1 of Zhanghuabang 1×50, 3×45, 4×30.5 gantry
1 of Jungonglu 2×50, 3×45, 1×30 gantry
3 of Baoshan 2×30.5 bridge
Luojing 1-2 1×35 shore 2×1,250
Minsheng 1 of Minsheng 2×16 shore 2×800
Zhujiamen (E) 2×1,200
Zhujiamen (W) 1×16 shore
Huishan 1 of Huangpu 5×10 shore
Nanpu 1 of Bailianjing 6×10, 2×28 shore
1 of Kaiping 4×10, 1×16 shore
2 of Kaiping 1×16 shore
Gaoyang Gongpinglu (E) 2×10 shore
1 of Gaoyang 1×5 shore
Xinhua 1 of Xinhua 4×16, 5×10 shore
7 of Xinhua 1×800 spiral
Zhanghuabang 5 of Zhanghuabang 1×20, 5×10 shore
6 of Zhanghuabang 2×16, 1×40 shore
Jungonglu 6 of Jungonglu 5×10 shore
7 of Jungonglu 2×16 shore
8 of Jungonglu 1×40 shore
Gongqing 5 of Gongqing 1×10 shore
6 of Gongqing 1×10 shore
8 of Gongqing 1×10 shore
Baoshan 1 of Baoshan 2×16 shore
5 of Baoshan 3×16, 2×40 shore
6 of Baoshan 1×25 shore
Longwu 1 6×10, 1×16, 1×26 shore
5 of Guan 1×42 shore
7 of Guan 2×42 gantry
Waigaoqiao 1 of 1st stage 5×30.5, 4×42 gantry
2 of 2nd/3rd stage 15×50 gantry
Agent: China Ocean Shipping Agency Shanghai, 531 Wusong Road
Shanghai, China. T: +86 (21) 6364 7688. F: +86 (21) 6393 9681. Tlx: 33052 PENAV CN. www.penavico.sh.cn/

Shanghai - Agent's Report 1997-06-16

AGENT'S REPORT: June 1997
Terminal: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co - Terminal No. 4.
Length: 212.5 m.
Draft: 8.6 m.
Dock height: 5.3 m.
Airdraft: Nil
Max. outreach of spouts: Nil
Commodities: Corn, wheat, meal, grain
Storage capacity: 40,000 sq.m.
Year built/last modified: 1920/1981
Loading rate: 600
Fresh water: Yes
Contact Office: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co
Contact Tel: +86 (21) 5885 1576
Contact Fax: +86 (21) 5885 1576
Dock access by vehicle?: Permitted
Bunkering: Permitted
Operator: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co

Shanghai - Agent's Report 1997-06-15

AGENT'S REPORT: June 1997
Terminal: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co - Terminal No. 3.
Length: 171.3 m.
Draft: 9.6 m.
Dock height: 5.3 m.
Airdraft: 22.3 m.
Max. outreach of spouts: 18 m.
Number of spouts: 2
Distance between spouts: Movable spouts
Commodities: Corn, wheat, meal, grain
Storage capacity: 40,000 sq.m.
Year built/last modified: 1920/1996
Loading rate: 10,000
Fresh water: Yes
Contact Office: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co
Contact Tel: +86 (21) 5885 1576
Contact Fax: +86 (21) 5885 1576
Dock access by vehicle?: Permitted
Bunkering: Permitted
Operator: Ming Sheng Stevedores Co

Shanghai - Shipmaster's Report 1984-01-07

SHIPMASTER'S REPORT: July 1984
Shanghai entrance buoys as follows:
AAA Changkiangkou Lightvessel 31° 03' 30" N, 122° 23' 1" E.
BBB Changkiangkou Lightbuoys M1 H11-H20 replaced by Buoys No. 44-49.
Buoy 44 31° 03' 22" N, 122° 19' 52" E Fl.3/10s.
Buoy 45 31° 03' 14" N, 122° 16' 58" E Fl.3/6s.
Buoy 46 31° 03' 06" N, 122° 14' 02" E Fl.3/10s.
Buoy 47 31° 03' 00" N, 122° 11' 06" E Fl.3/6s.
Buoy 48 31° 03' 34" N, 122° 08' 14" E Fl.3/10s.
Buoy 49 31° 04' 11" N, 122° 05' 26" E Fl.3/6s.
Pilot vessel moving in/area Buoys 47-49 serving/as pilot station.

Shanghai - Shipmaster's Report 1980-01-10

SHIPMASTER'S REPORT: October 1980
Shanghai pilot vessel will now give orders about proceeding inwards to pilot vessel or remaining outside at designated anchorage. Pilot checked to make sure we had anchored in the correct anchorage. Channel buoys as per Guide to Port Entry . See Circulars - Guide to foreign vessels calling at Shanghai - Para 3) . These buoy positions and descriptions were transmitted to vessel but only four hours before arrival at channel entrance. Pilot vessel tends to be between Buoys No. 14 and 18. All other information in the Shipmaster's reports appears to be still valid.
Since about July 1980 foreigners changing money ashore are issued with Bank of China foreign exchange certificates, likewise if drawing cash from Agent. Denominations of 50, 10, 5, 1, 0.50, 0.10 yuan. The certificates (like banknotes) are printed with the following:
The yuan expressed in this certificate is equivalent in value to the Renminbi yuan. This certificate can only be used within China at designated places. No request to register its loss will be accepted by the Bank.
The Renminbi Yuan is the official currency unit. Designated places are Seaman's Club, Seaman's Store and Friendship Store. The two former have cheaper prices for seamen. Other designated places are the tourist hotels.
For tankers, authorities require a Cargo Manifest of nil cargo, no special form required.
For entry papers the official Chinese forms must now be used for Report of Entry for Foreign-Going Ship, Crew List and List of Specified Articles, Foreign Currencies, Gold, Silver belonging to Ship and/or Members of Crew. If not available on board before arrival then vessel must now transfer the information to the Chinese forms.
If vessel coming from what they describe as a cholera infected port then the following are required.
  • A statement of ballast quantities and disposition (required from clean port also) and where the ballast came from, i.e. open sea or which river. They are most concerned that no ballast is imported from a cholera infected port. Ballast is inspected by quarantine officials and the slightest ``rainbow'' on top means the top one third of that tank will have to be pumped into a barge. They will not give statement to say they consider any tank is not suitable to pump overboard into river.
  • A statement of where you last took fresh water, amounts taken and amounts remaining on board. They analysed our water from Bangkok and declared it was not very good and chlorinated the drinking water tank and also the wash water tanks but again they would not give a statement to say what was wrong with it, although they do not give a certificate to say the tanks have been chlorinated.
  • A list of stores taken at any ``cholera infected port''. If any fresh stores were taken then samples are taken ashore for analysis. Obviously, it is best to endeavour to ascertain beforehand whether they consider your last port cholera infected.
Other papers required are crew declaration (to include makers' names for items like watches, radios, etc.). Ten copies of Notice of Readiness. They do not consider a vessel ready until all ballast has been discharged. They did not require lists of bridge navigational equipment or lists of pyrotechnics or lists of radio equipment.
Light dues are payable for 3 months or 30 days. For 30 days, dues are calculated at Yuan 0.90 per nett registered ton. For 3 months it is more expensive.
At Quarantine Anchorage, accommodation required for two guards. At berth same required plus accommodation for two customs officials, one Agent and possibly one cargo surveyor.
Inspection is carried out on arrival at the Quarantine Anchorage and before departure berth. This was just the entry and departure formalities. No search was made and there was no crew assembly. Passes issued to everyone and collected before sailing.
Apparently fresh water and bunkers are available. There appeared to be no restrictions on use of radar, echo sounder, binoculars, etc.
Gasoline cargo loaded was about average SG with a loading temperature of 23.5°C. Cargo papers on sailing are manifests and Bills of Lading only.
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Temperature:5°C

Wind:S/1.1m/s

Pressure:1025mb

Rain/Humidity:0.0mm/65%

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全球最大Ever Alot(24004TEU)在沪东中华造船厂下水 The new ship, named Ever Alot, built by China’s Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding. is the same dimensions as the previous class of ultra-large containerships built by Samsung, but features a design developed by the Chinese shipbuilder and will have a rated capacity of 24,004 TEU compared to the 23,992 of the Ever Ace introduced in the summer of 2021
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2021-03-03

Partly cloudy

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7℃/12℃

Wind:ESE/3 level

Sunrise:06:19 AM

Sunset:05:54 PM

Humidity:63%

2021-03-04

Moderate rain

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10℃/20℃

Wind:SW/3 level

Sunrise:06:18 AM

Sunset:05:55 PM

Humidity:67%

2021-03-05

Moderate rain

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11℃/15℃

Wind:E/3 level

Sunrise:06:17 AM

Sunset:05:56 PM

Humidity:82%

2021-03-06

Moderate rain

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8℃/10℃

Wind:NE/4 level

Sunrise:06:15 AM

Sunset:05:56 PM

Humidity:84%

2021-03-07

Patchy rain possible

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8℃/11℃

Wind:ESE/3 level

Sunrise:06:14 AM

Sunset:05:57 PM

Humidity:87%

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