Associated British Ports
Operators Various incl: Southampton Container Terminal ESSO (Fawley), BP (Hamble)
UK Ports Association
The UK Major Ports Group
Southampton SO14 3QN
Tel: 02380 488 800
Compulsory for vessels over 61km, passenger vessels over 20m pilotage exemption certificates may be issued qualifying masters whose vessels call regularly the port
VTS Channel 9
Approx annual tonnage
Unit loads (ro/ro);
Other liquid bulk;
Project cargo (heavy lift)
Max depth: 15m
Max draft: 15m
No of berths: 46
Berths total length: 8670m
Central south coast of England, head of Southampton water,
Data to follow
Open: 63 hectares
Covered: 66, 500 sq m
Refrigerated: 66, 500
Roads: M271, M27, M3, A33, A34, A36
Rail connected/Rail freight terminal. Fully rail served in port estate enabling movement of cargo and passengers.
Nearest passenger rail: Southampton Central 1km
Nearest int’l airport: Southampton 7km
Other connections: Passenger and freight serves to the Isle of Wight
Commercial cargo handling facilities
12 container crane of up to 60T capacity
25 quayside cranes of up to 35T capacity
1 floating crane of 200T capacity
Specialised vehicle handling centres incl.
PDI, rail reception facilities and extensive Storage.
Dedicated specialist facilities Include purpose- built produce, container and vehicle terminals, dry and liquid bulk handling facilities.
Other handling equipments
Forklifts; Tugmasters; Bulk conveyors; Straddle carriers
Facilities & services
Moorings for leisure craft; Ship repair/ graving docks; Lay up berths; Chandlers; Yacht Marina; Towage; Bunkering; Seamen’s Mission; Free Zone facilities
Facilities available for reception of ships waste under MARPOL Annexes I – V. Contact ships agent for details.
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VESSELS IN AND AROUND THE PORT
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Data is provided for informational reasons only and is not related by any means to the safety of navigation.