Denia (ESDEN)

Port Code ESDEN / ESDNA City Denia
Port Name Denia Country/Region Spain
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Denia (ESDEN)



      Port on the north coast of Cape Naro on the east coast of Spain.When East 1 standard is adopted.The maximum draft is 6 meters and the loading density of water is 1025.There is no change in tidal range and the prevailing wind direction is variable.Ships of more than 50 tons are required to pilot. There is no pilot in Hong Kong. The pilot can be obtained from Gandia.Working hours: 08:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00.The water depth at the entrance is 6 meters, and that at the open anchorage is 12.8-18.29 meters.The anchorage is 2.41 meters away from the city.The anchorage can safely accommodate four 91.44m long ships.Ships with full draught less than 5.1 meters can anchor in Inner Harbor.Port service facilities include: ship repair, fueling, boats, fresh water, supplies and repatriation, with dry dock, traction and sewage.Consuls of some countries are in Alicante.There is only one commercial Wharf in the port, 225 meters long and 5 meters deep in the front.

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Summary of ESDEN

Denia port (port code: ESDEN / ESDNA) is a medium-sized port in Spain. It is situated about 100 kilometers southeast of Valencia, close to Cabo de San Antonio.
The port has one commercial quay and a daily ferry service to Ibiza. There are facilities for handling passengers and Ro-ro.
The port is mainly used by leisure and fishing craft. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are sailing vessels, accounting for 42%; pleasure craft, taking up around 36%; and fishing vessels, taking a proportion of 12%.
The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 187 meters. The maximum draught is 4 meters. The maximum deadweight is 1,339t.