- AS PER IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS FIRST NOTICE OF ARRIVAL TO BE PRESENTED NOT LESS THAT 72 HOURS, OTHERWISE VESSEL TO BE PENALTIED 100 GEO LARI.

 

ETA notice should be given not later then 72hrs prior arrival during WORKING HOURS 0900LT TILL 2000LT.

 

PLEASE KINDLY FING HERE BELOW PRE-ARRIVAL INFO FOR KULEVI PORT.
KINDLY PROVIDE US WITH SHIP SECURITY CERTIFICATE BY FAX: + 995 32 2243834
OR E-MAIL:  gphedichkin@bst.socar.az
AS PER PORT KULEVI REGULATIONS BEFORE VESSEL WILL PROCEED TO ALONGSIDE

 

a) SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS

In view of increasing penalties levied by immigration authorities of Georgia on the ships breaking the recommended course for approaching Batumi/Poti/Supsa/Kulevi roads and entering the prohibited areas please strictly follow the course indicated in admiralty charts for Georgian ports issued after 1999.

 

b) - According to IMO RESOLUTION A 851(20) AS PER SN/Circ.230 all vessels 12 hrs prior crossing GEOREP area should send GEOREP report to the following address: e-mail: mrcc@mta.gov.ge or fax: + 995 422 273905/273929 WITH COPY TO KULEVI PORT e-mail: jkatamadze(at)bst.socar.az  hmkulevi@mta.gov.ge  h.oktay(at)bst.socar.az

 or + 995 32 2243834 (See Admiralty List of Radio Signals - Volume 1)

 

1. lmt = gmt + 4
lat/long: 42.17'52,37''N; 41.35'79,73''E; with is Kulevi pilot boy
2. №/name of the berth: jetty №1
3. № of anchorage: area №200 (in Poti) - from 1 till 8 tanker anchorage point
4. Berth type: alongside berth (port side)
5. Security level – 1
6. Restrictions:

- max. vsl loa: 245m
- max. vsl beam: not restriction channel beam 160m
- max. vsl draft permitted alongside at low water

 

 

Berth

length of the ship

permissible sailing draft

№ 1

less than  176 m

12,6 m

№ 1

more than  176 m up to 190 m

12,6 m

№ 1

more than  190m

12,6 m

№ 2

176 m and less

9,5m

№ 2

more than 176 m up to 183 m

9,0m

 

-        Min. water depth alongside berth: 13,8m
-        Water density - brakish 1.009.
-        Water depth in channel: 15,5 m
-        Max. Sdwt (non remeasured): 115000
-        Bridges and /or high power lines: n. a.
-        Max. bcm (distance fm bow to centre of manifold): n.s.r.
-        Max. beam: no special requirements (n.s.r.)
-        Max. distance fm bow to manifold - to be in compliance of latest requirements of OCIMF
-        Vessel should be equipped with Starboard ballast discharging system
-        ETA notice should be given not later then 72hrs prior arrival as per Immigrations rules, otherwise master will be fined with 100 GL

 

 

7. Mooring operations:

-        Pilotage is compulsory
-        Towage lines (tug's or tanker's lines are used?): tanker
-        Synthetic mooring lines acceptable?: yes
-        Wire mooring lines acceptable?: -----------NO- (but permitted for AFRAMAX in case of 48hrs notice before arrival and port confirmation)
-        Night time berthing permitted?: not permitted
-        Night time unberthing permitted?: not permitted
-        Gangway (supplied by the berth or tanker): tanker/portside

 

 

8. Cargo operations

 

-        Side alongside (portside or starboard?): portside
-        Connection type (hose / arm): arm
-        Hose / arm (inch): 1 x 16''
-        Grade of cargo handled: gasoil/ co /fuel oil
-        Loading rate : gasoil up too -2000mt/ph, c.o. up too 4000mt/ph f.o.- up to 4000 mt/ph
-        Max. back pressure permitted (kg/cm2): 6 kg

 

 

9. Dirty Ballast/Slops receipt into shore: No, Temporary stopped.

10. Fresh water supply alongside: Not available

11. Shore leave: available

12. Embarking/disembarking of crew: yes

13. Medical service: available

14. Marine technical service: available

15. Garbage removal: available, free of charge

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS:

 

16. VESSEL CONFIRMATION THAT BALLAST CONDITION IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULES OF MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OF GEORGIA (MOE), I.E.THE VESSEL MUST EXCHANGE THE BALLAST WATER FOR THE BLACK SEA WATER AS SOON AS THE PASSAGE VIA THE BOSPHORUS IS COMPLETED AND MASTER TO SHOW THE EXCHANGE DATE/TIME/POSITION IN THE SHIP'S RELEVANT LOG BOOKS.

 

17. IN VIEW OF INCREASING PENALTIES LEVIED BY IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES OF GEORGIA ON THE SHIPS BREAKING THE RECOMMENDED COURSE FOR APPROACHING BATUMI/POTI/SUPSA ROADS AND ENTERING THE PROHIBITED AREAS PLEASE STRICTLY FOLLOW THE COURSE INDICATED IN ADMIRALTY CHARTS FOR GEORGIAN PORTS ISSUED AFTER 1999.

 

18. According to IMO RESOLUTION A 851(20) AS PER SN/Circ.230 all vessels 12 hrs prior crossing GEOREP area should send GEOREP report to the following address:

 

SPOC Name: MRCC Georgia Telephone: (995.422) 273913

Facsimile: (995.422) 273905 / (995.422) 276982

Telex: 05194075392 MRCC G AFTN: UGGGYCYX Email: mrcc@mta.gov.ge

or fax: + 995 422 273905/273929

WITH COPY TO KULEVI PORT jkatamadze(at)bst.socar.az /

WITH COPY TO: AGENT

 

 (See Admiralty List of Radio Signals - Volume 1)

UPDATED 20.04.2012

 

ADMIRALYTY LIST OF RADIO SIGNALS   VOLUM 1(1)

 

GEORGIA

TELE MEDICAL MARITIME ADVICE SERVICES (TMAS) (MEDICO)

  Usual name of Centre

Maritime Medical Centre, Batumi, Georgia

Communications

MRCC GEORGIA  DSC A1 A2 MMSI 002130100

RSC Batumi             DSC A1 MMSI 002130200

 RSC Poti                 DSC A1 MMSI 002130300

 RSC Kulevi              DSC A1 MMSI 002130400

TEL:

MRCC GEORGIA   +995 422 27 39 13      24 H

RSC Batumi         +995 422 27 67 92      24 H

RSC Poti             +995 493 22 28 18      24 H

RSC Kulevi          +995 32 224 38 28      24 H

FAX:

MRCC GEORGIA  +995 422 27 39 05        24 H

RSC Batumi       +995 422 27 67 92        24 H

RSC Poti             +995 493 22 28 18        24 H

RSC Kulevi         +995 32 224 38 28       24 H

 

E-MAIL:  mrcc@mta.gov.ge        

Associated MRCC or JRCC

RSC Batumi            

 RSC Poti

 RSC Kulevi

Consultation languages

English

Remarks

Contact via MRCC Georgia or RSC Batumi, Poti and Kulevi. Attention is drawn to the International Code of   Signals, Medical section. Unless otherwise stated there is no change for any medical advice received.

MRCC GEORGIA

41°39'N 041°39' E

MMSI 002130100

DSC VHF MF

Diagram page 198

TEL:MRCC GEORGIA    +995 422 27 39 13

        24 H

FAX:MRCC GEORGIA        +995 422 27 39 05    

24 H        

 

E-MAIL:  mrcc@mta.gov.ge      

  NOTE: Station accepts GEOREP reports.

VHF

Ch 16 (06 13 68 77)

24 H

RT (MF)

Transmits

Receives

Hours of Watch

2182

2182

24 H

BATUMI  RSC

41°39'N 041°39' E

MMSI 002130200

DSC VHF

Diagram page 198

TEL:RSC BATUMI+995 422 27 67 92       

24 H

FAX:RSC BATUMI   +995 422 27 67 92

24 H

 

E-MAIL:  hmbatumi@mta.gov.ge   

CALL: Batumi port control / Batumi 5.

VHF

Ch 16 (06 13 68 77)

24 H

POTI RSC

42°09'N 041°39' E

MMSI 002130300

DSC VHF MF

Diagram page 198

TEL:RSC POTI+995 493 22 28 18     

24 H

FAX:RSC POTI          +995 493 22 28 18       

24 H

 

E-MAIL:  hmpoti@mta.gov.ge                

CALL: Poti port control / Poti 5

VHF

Ch 16 (06 13 68 77)

24 H

KULEVI RSC

42°16'N 041°38' E

MMSI 002130400

DSC VHF MF

Diagram page 198

TEL:RSC KULEVI+995 32 224 38 28

24 H

FAX:  RSC KULEVI      +995 32 224 38 28       

24 H

 

E-MAIL:  hmkulevi@mta.gov.ge         

CALL: Kulevi port control / Kulevi 5.

VHF

Ch 16 (06 13 68 77)

24 H

GEOPOLREP

TEL:MRCC GEORGIA   +995 422 27 39 13

24 H

FAX:MRCC GEORGIA  +995 422 27 39 05      

24 H         

 

E-MAIL:  mrcc@mta.gov.ge

PROCEDURE: All vessels and aircrafts in the Georgian SRR are requested to report oil pollution and accidents which could lead to pollution. The report, which is free of charge, should be sent through MRCC Georgia.

 

CONTENT OF REPORT:

The message should commence with the word  “GEOPOLREP” and contain the following information:

(a)  Date and name of oil pollution.

(b) Position.

(c)  Wind direction and speed at sea surface.

(d)  Sea state.

(e)  Origin of pollution, e.g. collision, stranding.

(f)   Name, tonnage, and nationality of vessel causing pollution.

(g)  Names of vessels in the vicinity.

(h)  Information of type of oil.

(i)   Dimensions of oil slick (width and length), estimated amount of oil spilled, any possible information on thickness of oil layer.

(j)   Measures already taken by the Captain to stop future escape of oil or to combat floating oil.

(k)  Details of observer.

REMARKS: Additional communication facilities available – see Maritime radio station section.

 

 

 

- SAILING PLAN : GEOREP SP - A;B;C;E;F;G;H;I;L;M;N;O;P;U;V;W.
- POSITION REPORT: GEOREP PR - A;B;C;E;F;N.
- DEVIATION REPORT: GEOREP DR - A;B;C;E;F;L;N;X.
- FINAL REPORT: GEOREP FR - A;B;C;K.

 

 

Please find questionnaire requested by MRCC Georgia.

Please revert according below mentioned form.

 

A. VESSEL NAME / CALL SIGN / MMSI / FLAG

B. REPORT SENDING TIME

C. POSITION OF VESSEL

E. COURSE(S)

F. SPEED

G. DEPARTURE PORT

H. ENTRY INTO GEOREP

I. DESTINATION AND ETA

K. DATE, TIME AND POINT OF EXIT FROM SISTEM OR ARRIVAL AT

   DESTINATION

L. ROUTE INFORMATION

M. COMMUNICATION (INMARSAT C WITH HIS No)

N. TIME OF NEXT REPORT

O. DRAUGHT

P. CARGO

Q. DEFECTS

R. POLLUTION

S. WEATHER

T. OWNER AND AGENT

U. SIZE AND TIPE

V. MEDICAL PERSONEL

W. NUMBER OF PERSON ON BOARD

X. ANY OTHER INFO IF ANY.

19. Vsl's ETA to be sent once the ship has instructed to proceed Kulevi. Master to keep Terminal/Port Authorities informed via agent regarding ETA/Passage Prospects for Turkish Straits/ETA Kulevi twice per day. Master to confirm Best ETA Kulevi immediately upon passage Dardanelles/Bosphorus completed.

The Harbour Master Office or agent will inform the ship of anticipated berthing time. All vessels visiting the terminal must comply with the STCW regulations on hours of work for officers and crew.

21. As per Kulevi Port Authorities rules and regulations master is to cable the following information 72 hrs prior the ship's arvl:

 

A. Name of ship and call sign

B. Master's name

C. ETA in GMT

D. Ship owner’s name

E. Max qnty/name of cargo required in mt

F. Max loading rate in mt

G. Any anticipated delay before commencement of loading

H. Are there any defects which may adversely affect the ship's maneuverability, stability, integrity and/or operational safety

I. Does the ship equip for 2 x 16” connections on the ship's manifold

J. Last port of call

K. Port/number of registry, IMO number

L. Number of crew

M. LOA, beam, moulded depth, grt, nrt, dwt of the vessel,

N. Draft on arrival (fore, aft)

O. Last three cargoes

P. Distance from bow to manifold

Q. Whether vessel is fitted with an inert gas system and,

   if fitted, whether fully operational

 

22. Documents required for clearance:

  • 7 copies of crew list (with seaman's books no and passport no in one crew list)
  • 3 copies of store decl
  • 1 copy of crew money list
  • 1 copy of crew effects decl
  • 1 copy of ship’s cash decl
  • 2 copies of list of last 10 ports of call
  • 1 copy of narcotic medical list (pls double check and indicate
  • exact quantity of strong medicines)
  • 1 copy of vaccination list
  • 1 copy of maritime health decl
  • 3 copy of NIL list (stowaways/passengers/narcotics/arms and 
  • ammunitions/animals/birds)
  • 3 copies of ship's particulars list
  • 3 copies of international tonnage certificate
  • 2 copy of IOPP certificate
  • 2 copies of IOPP certificate's with Supplement’s
  • 1 copy of ship's security cert
  • 2 copies of sewage pollution prevention certificate
  • 2 copies of garbage pollution prevention certificate
  • 2 copies of certificate for ship’s incinerator 
  • 1 copy of register certificate
  • 1 copy of safe manning certificate
  • 1 copy of safety management certificate
  • 1 copy of safety equipment certificate
  • 1 copy of safety radio certificate
  • 1 copy of safety construction certificate
  • 1 copy of load line certificate

 

ON ARRIVAL ADDITIONALY FOR HARBOUR MASTER OFFICE VIA AGENT

 

A* Ship Certificates:

  1. Certificate of Registry.
  2. Classification certificate.
  3. CSR (continue synopsis record).
  4. Safety Management Certificate.
  5. Ship Security Certificate.
  6. Safe Manning Certificate.
  7. IOPP Certificate and supplement “B”.
  8. Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Cert ( inflatable rafts last annual survey to be attached)
  9. Cargo Ship Safety Construction Cert.
  10. Cargo Ship Safety Radio Cert.
  11. International Load line Cert.
  12. International Tonnage Cert.
  13. CLC.
  14. CLC Bunkering.
  15. International Sewage Pollution prevention / Garbage pollution prevention.
  16. International certificate of Fitness for Carriage Chemicals or Carriage liquefied Gases.

 

B* Copies of Top Officers National and Flag Licences of compentency and/or endorsements.

 

  1. Master.
  2. Ch. Officer.
  3. Ch. Eng.
  4. 2-nd Eng.

 

 

 

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