Lake Harbor in Venezuela.It is located on the Northeast Bank of Lake Maracaibo in the northwest of the country.When the west 5 area standard is adopted.The maximum draft is 10.37 meters.The loading density of water is 1025.The tide changes by 0.9 M.The prevailing wind direction is east wind.Forced pilotage.VHF channels 16 and 12 are used for radio communication.Working hours are 24 hours a day.Service facilities include motorboat, medical treatment, no ship repair, tugboat, fuel tank, sewage, dry dock, fresh water, food, repatriation, etc.There is an offshore berth in the port to export crude oil.The entrance is near buoys 97 and 98.There are four buoys at the front of the berth. The American buoy is fixed by a 1.5-inch diameter steel rope.The maximum allowable length is 202.7 meters and the maximum draft is 10.36 meters. The oil is loaded by two submarine pipelines and connected by 8-inch hose.Stop loading during the storm.
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Cabimas Port (port code: VECAB / VECBS) is a medium-sized lake harbour in Venezuela. It is located on the northeast bank of Lake Maracaibo in the northwest of the country.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are LPG tankers, accounting for about 27%; and passenger ships, taking up around 9%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 244 meters. The maximum draught is 7.7 meters. The maximum deadweight is 99,477t.
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