Tees – Seaton Port

Able UK Ltd
Company owned
ABLE Seaton Port
Tees Road,
TS25 2DB
Tel: 01642 806080
Fax: 01642 655655
Email: kj@ableuk.com
Website: www.ableuk.com
Transport Connections
Road: A19 10km/A66 16km
Nearest passenger rail: Hartlepool 5km
Nearest int’l airport: Teeside 30km
Direct rail links
Lat: 54° 38.38’N; Long: 01° 11.17’ E
North bank of Seaton Channel 0.75nm From River Tees Turning circle
51 hectares (126 acres) including a 10 hectare (25 acre) dry dock (currently wet)
Open: 300,000m2
Covered: over 9,000m² of indoor fabrication, warehousing and storage space
Compulsory for certain categories of vessels.
At least 2 hrs notice of ETA/ETD required.
VHF 14/16. Radio and telegraphic address: Tees Pilots, Middlesborough
Approximate Annual Tonnage
Data to follow
Port Contacts
Chief Executive Officer: P M Stephenson
Commercial Director: A Bell
Financial Director: S Ruff
Operations Manager: S Hughes
Normal hours: 0600 – 2200 Additional hours by arrangement

Harbour Master Email:harbourmaster@pdports.co.uk
Commercial Cargo Handling Facilities
Crane capacity:
1 x 140 Te, 1 x 80 Te, 2 x 50 Te, 1 x 30 Te
Principal Activities
Import/export bulk materials,
offshore structure,
services to the offshore industry,
heavy lift and SPMT load-in/load-outs.
24.7 acre dry dock with 120m access.
Access and Accommodation
River/Tidal Berths: longest quay: 300m
Max depth water: 5.4m at LAT
Basin/Dry dock: 360m x 225m
Water depth: 6.4m max at LAT
Quays 10 & 11 306m long. Dredged to -15m chart datum. Quay loading capacity of 40T/m² with a heavy load-out pad area capable of 60T/m².
Quay 6 heavy-lift quay at the northern end of the wet dock.
Quay 1 Western side of the wet dock entrance. For vessel and rig berthing direct access to Seaton port estate.
Facilities and Services
Waste Disposal:
Facility to receive 6,000 Te contaminated material and receive, handle and dispose of All types of offshore waste.

Quays 10 & 11 are some of the strongest in Europe at 306m long. They are dredged to -15m chart datum and are designed with a quay loading capacity of 40T/m² with a heavy load-out pad area capable of 60T/m².

Quay 6 is a new heavy-lift quay at the northern end of the wet dock. At 60T/m² this is one of the heaviest load out quays in Europe. It’s function is to service the Brent field decommissioning project which ABLE is undertaking with partners Shell and Allseas.

Quay 1 is a new import/export facility situated at the western side of the wet dock entrance. This quay provides additional capacity for vessel and rig berthing as well as direct access to the sizeable land holding on the western side of the Seaton port estate.