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Galeota Point Port (TTGAP)

Port Code TTGAP / TTPTG City Galeota Point
Port Name GALEOTA POINT Country/Region Trinidad and Tobago
Category Port City Route CENTRAL AMERICA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Galeota Point Port (TTGAP)

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      Port of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.Located in the southeast corner of Trinidad Island, it can accommodate ships with a maximum draught of 25 DWT.The loading density of water is 1025.The prevailing wind direction is northeast.No compulsory pilotage.The estimated arrival time of the vessel must be delivered to 9yl station three days before its arrival. The marine unit can operate at 23398k / CS or VHF channel 16.It is forbidden to use onboard radio and charging equipment during cargo operation.Port entry restriction: vessels should enter the area within 6.44 km of Cape caleotta lighthouse at the angle of 220 / 230 degrees. Vessels entering must not anchor in the East-West or northeast of Cape caleotta because the submarine pipeline enters from that direction.The vessel should enter from the southwest, never mooring at a single point or between it and the coast.For incoming vessels, please refer to port Pierre.No ship repair and dry dock facilities.No fresh water, no fuel.No tugboat.Only limited medical care is available.The tanker terminal is located in the southeast of Trinidad, with a water depth of 28.95 meters and a tidal range of 1 meter. It can accommodate 250000 DWT vessels.

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Summary of TTGAP

Port of Galeota Point (port code: TTGAP) is a small port in Trinidad and Tobago. It is situated on the southeast coast of the island of Trinidad.
There are two single buoy mooring terminals within approximately 2 nautical miles of each other off Galeota Point. One owned by BP Trinidad & Tobago (BPTT), is located 2.5 nautical miles off the point, and the other, the BHP Calypso, is used for loading crude, from an open unsheltered roadstead.
Approximately 60 vessels visit the port annually, among which about 60% are offshore, tug, supply or dredging vessels.