INFORMATION for PORT HONOLULU , United States of America

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  • Name : HONOLULU
  • Country : United States of America
  • Location Type : Port
  • UN/Locode* : US HNL
  • MMSI MID Codes : 303, 338, 366, 367, 368, 369, 382, 389

  • Geographical Coordinates :
  • Latitude : 21.293499
  • Longitude : -157.882843

  • Port authority contact details :   GOOGLE  

  • *United Nations Code for Trade and Transport Locations,
    developed and maintained by UNECE since 1981.

Port Size : Medium
Port Type : Coastal Breakwater
Shelter : Excellent

Tide : No
Ice : No
Swell : No
Other : Yes

Overhead Limits : Yes
Channel : 12.2 m
Anchorage : 23.2+ m
Cargo Pier : 7.6 m
Oil Terminal : 7.6 m
Tide : 0.6 m
Vessel LOA : Up to 152.4 m

Good Holding Ground : n.a.
Turning Area : Yes
1st Port of Entry : Yes
ETA Message : Yes

Compulsory : Yes
Available : Yes
Local Assist : n.a.
Advisable : Yes
Salvage : Yes
Assist : Yes

Pratique : n.a.
SSCC Cert : Yes
Other : Yes

Telephone : n.a.
Telefax : n.a.
Radio : Yes
Radio Tel : n.a.
Airport : Yes
Railway : n.a.

Wharves : Yes
Anchor : n.a.
Med Moor : n.a.
Beach Moor : n.a.
Ice Moor : n.a.

Medical Facilities : Yes
Garbage Disposal : Yes
Degauss : n.a.
Dirty Ballast : Yes
Fixed : Yes
Mobile : Yes
Floating : n.a.

100 Tons Plus : n.a.
50 - 100 Tons : Yes
25 - 49 Tons : Yes
0 - 24 Tons : Yes

Longshore : Yes
Elect : Yes
Steam : Yes
Navig Equipment : Yes
Elect Repair : Yes

Provisions : Yes
Water : Yes
Fuel oil : No
Diesel Oil : Yes
Deck : Yes
Engine : Yes

Repair : Major
Dry Dock : n.a.
Marine Rail : Over 1000 tons

PORT SIZE - Classification is determined on several decisive factors such as area, facilities and wharf space
PORT TYPE - The main water area of the port.
SHELTER - Provided protection against wind, sea and swell on the spot where port operations are effected. Anchorage shelter is one assured by the use of lighters for cargo handling.
ENTR. RESTRICTIONS - Factors of nature's origin that might prevent ship's entrance in port - ice, swell, etc.
OVERHEAD LIMITS - Indicative parameter showing the presence of a bridge or overhead power cables.
TIDES - Average value in meters. For US ports and US territories it is given in feet.
GOOD HOLDING GROUND - Mariners' confirmed anchorage seabed where an anchor will hold.
TURNING AREA - A place within the port provided for vessel's turning.
1ST PORT OF ENTRY - A port providing clearance of foreign origin goods and crew before Customs and Immigration Authorities. At the First Port of Entry vessels coming from overseas are required to submit a quarantine clearance.
ETA MESSAGE - Indicates the requirement to submit ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) Notice for that port.
PILOTAGE - Either it is a must or advisable usage of pilotage is directed.
TUGS - Showing the option of using a tug for docking or in need of assistance during anchorage.
LOAD/OFFLOAD - Applicable for the areas where usual port operations are performed.
MEDICAL FACILITIES - Refers to any form of premises for giving medical assistance and accommodation of seamen within the port.
GARBAGE DISPOSAL - Indicated the option to dispose garbage at the pier while being moored or at the anchorage by lighters.
DEGAUSSING - Indicates the availability of degaussing facility.
DIRTY BALLAST - It refers to a port that may receive dirty ballast contaminated with oil and/or chemicals.
CRANES/LIFTS - Provides information about the availability of cranes by type and lifting capacity in tons.
SERVICES - Advises the provision of ordinary and most usual port services.