Details of Bakar bay are following
|Average 35 m
|1996 and 2719
Bulk Terminal Information & Restrictions
Coal and iron ore are being handled at the Bakar ore/coal terminal, situated in the Bay of Bakar, some 8 NM ESE of Rijeka, and is an integral part of Rijeka port. One berth is available for discharging coal named “Podbok Bakar”. There are no:
- Day/night maneuvering restrictions.
- Specific departure draft/trim requirements by port authorities.
The berth is accepting vessels with:
|Max permitted LOA
|Max arrival draft (SW)
|Minimum available depth at the berth
|Max outreach of shore crane
|Max distance wlttohc
|0,5 – 1,2 m
Berth Position | Jetty and Fittings
|The capacity of bitt
|Distance between bitts
|Number of bitts and each span
|Pirelli and Fentek
Method of discharging and average rate
Cargo is being discharged by one “Pacheco” and one “Samsung” unloader into open storage.
Average discharging rates are subject to agw wp, vessel size, and cargo distribution in the holds unless agreed otherwise with the stevedores:
INA Bakar Oil Terminal
The name of terminal is “Ina -Bakar Oil Terminal” at Rijeka which is accepting vessels with maximum permitted draft alongside berth of 9,50 m and 10,50 m when vessel is being berthed by stern.
In case if draft is over 9,50 m, the vessel will be berthed by stern dropping both anchors and using ship stern ropes. In such case one 10 inch hose connection on terminal side and ship’s gangway is going to be used. The vessel has to be equipped with stern derrick with SWL of at least 3 mts.
|Salinity of the water
INA Bakar LPG Terminal
Thee name of loading terminal INA Srscica LPG terminal which is accepting vessels with:
INA Bakar Oil and LPG Terminal Additional Information
– Bunkering is available at the Bakar terminal when the vessel is alongside on berths no. 5 & 7 – Residual Marine Fuels (FRME 180) and Diesel Fuels are available. The request should be sent a minimum of 48 hours before arrival.
– Garbage disposal is compulsory and is available via garbage boat arranged and organized by the appointed agent.
– The supply of fresh water is available at Bakar and Sršćica and must be announced in advance by ship’s agent 48 hours before the vessel’s arrival. The vessel must arrange water hoses with the appropriate length.
– Oily waters (slop) discharge available only if prior organized and agreed with Terminal via the agent.
– Handling of vessel’s store and provision is not permitted during cargo transfer operations unless approved by Terminal and Master.
– Provision and store supply at berth no. 3 must be arranged via a service boat by ship’s agent and approved by the terminal.
The maximum tidal range in the bay is normally 1.1 m (3’06”), but the height of the tide is much affected by wind conditions. In strong SE winds, it may be increased by up to 0.6 m (2′) and in strong NE winds, the low water may be as much as 0.3 m (1′) below.
The currents near the terminals are negligible, but in Vela Vrata the S-going current may attain a velocity of 4 knots during strong NE winds. Winds from NE and SE prevail. During the winter season NE winds Bora can reach hurricane force, SE winds may form waves of up to 3 m in Rijeka Bay.
Port of Bakar