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Sint Eustatius Port (ANEUX)

Port Code ANEUX City Sint Eustatius
Port Name SINT EUSTATIUS Country/Region Netherlands
Category Port City Route CENTRAL AMERICA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Sint Eustatius Port (ANEUX)

Overview

      Sint Eustatius Port (port code: ANEUX) is a large seaport in Bonaire of the Netherlands. It lies between Saba and St Kitts, approximately 185 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Rico.

      The port offers facilities for handling break bulk and liquid. Ro-Ro cargo is handled through the Government jetties at Gallow's Bay (Oranjestad). The storage and transshipment of crude oil and petroleum products are handled at the Statia Terminal Jetties and Statia Terminal's SPM (Tumbledown Dick Bay). Bunkers are available from the anchorage and alongside.

      The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are tankers, accounting for about 43.4%; sailing vessels, taking up around 24.5%; and dredging vessels, taking a proportion of 17%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 275 meters. The maximum draught is 14.9 meters. The maximum deadweight is 158,615t.

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Summary of ANEUX

Sint Eustatius Port (port code: ANEUX) is a large seaport in Bonaire of the Netherlands. It lies between Saba and St Kitts, approximately 185 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Rico.
The port offers facilities for handling break bulk and liquid. Ro-Ro cargo is handled through the Government jetties at Gallow's Bay (Oranjestad). The storage and transshipment of crude oil and petroleum products are handled at the Statia Terminal Jetties and Statia Terminal's SPM (Tumbledown Dick Bay). Bunkers are available from the anchorage and alongside.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are tankers, accounting for about 43.4%; sailing vessels, taking up around 24.5%; and dredging vessels, taking a proportion of 17%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 275 meters. The maximum draught is 14.9 meters. The maximum deadweight is 158,615t.