Burgas Port (BGBGS)

Port Code BGBGS / BGBOJ City Burgas
Port Name BURGAS Country/Region Bulgaria
Category Port City Route THE BLACK SEA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Burgas Port (BGBGS)


      Bulgaria commercial port.It is located in the south-east of the country in the Gulf of Burgas, Southeast of the port city, near the Black Sea.The sea route is 60 nautical miles from Varna port in the north, 124 nautical miles from konstansa port, 307 nautical miles from Odessa port, and 134 nautical miles from Istanbul port in the south.The commercial port area is located on the northwest Bank of Burgas Bay, surrounded by breakwaters and breakwaters. The water depth of the approach channel is 8.9 meters at low tide. There are 11 general cargo berths, 1 passenger berth and 2 bulk cargo berths in the port.There are 30000-320000 square meters on the wharf.There are anchorages in the center of the Bay and two "t" type jetty pier oil berths in the inner side of the southeast Cape of the Bay, which can be used to dock oil tankers with a length of 250 meters and a draft of 12 meters.There is a fishing port in the port, and there is a small and medium-sized ferry terminal in the north bank.

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Summary of BGBGS

Burgas Port (port code: BGBGS / BGBOJ) is a medium-sized commercial port in Bulgaria. It is situated on the west coast of the Black Sea, approximately 105 nautical miles north-northwest of Istanbul.
The port consists of two main parts: Port of Bourgas, and the Oil Harbour, 3.5 nautical miles southeast, operated by Lukoil Nefochim. There is also a seasonal passenger port in Nessebar, operated by Port of Bourgas. It also has 23 berths for general cargo vessels, 4 berths for bulk cargoes, 3 piers for tankers and 2 Ro-Ro berths.
The port handles approximately 6.8 million tons of cargo, 25,936TEU, 10,000 passengers and 1,329 vessels annually. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 64%; and tankers, taking up around 20%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 252 meters. The maximum draught is 12 meters. The maximum deadweight is 117,153t.