Port info Aruba
Aruba has 3 ports:
Located in the port of San Nicolas at the
Southeastern end of the Island of Aruba. Valero is the only operator
of the port. Primarily Petroleum products, Sulphur and Petroleum
Coke port and can receive up to ULCC's at her Reef Berths. Crude oil
terminal has two jetties with maximum draft of 75 and 105 ft
respectively. Inner Harbor with two finger piers (4 positions) with
maximum draft of 38 & 40 ft saltwater respectively. Dry cargo
and Sulphur berth with a maximum draft of 31 ft 6 inches.
Petroleum Coke berth with a maximum draft of 41 ft. Bunkers are
available ex-pipe at the Inner Harbor and by barge at Pet-Coke / Dry
cargo / Sulphur jetty. Bunkers can also be supplied off port via a
supply vessel. Fresh water is available only at the Inner Harbor and
at the Reef Berths.
Primarily Aggregate, Cement, Ro-Ro, some
Petroleum products and Propane. There is one berth 1,200 ft in
length and the port has a maximum draft of 32 ft. Bunkers are
available by barge and tank truck. Fresh water is also available
ex-pipe. This port is also used for vessel conducting
minor repairs. Read
located on the SW end of Aruba. There is over 1,240 M of
berth place for foreign trade vessels with facilities for Primarily
General Cargo, Container and Passenger vessels.
There are several
inlets and two long quays, with maximum sailing draft of 32
Bunkers are available by barge and tank truck.
Cranes are available for containerized cargo and
heavy lift. Read