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Contents

Pre Arrival:  Overview | Location | Charts | Documents   ...
Arrival:  Approaches | Pilotage | Anchorages
Communications:  Pratique | VHF | VTS/Radar
Berthing Ops:  Tugs | Berths
Cargo:  Breakbulk | Bulk | Other | Tankers | Gas | Cranes   ...
Facilities:  Medical | Water | Fuel | Drydock | Repairs
Security:  Police etc | Emergency | Security
Crew:  Leave | Repatriation
Misc:  Authority | Agent
Report:  Report

Summary

Max. Size:  Breakbulk:  53,000 d.w.t., draft 10.8 m. Containers:  30,000 g.t. Ro-Ro:  47,000 d.w.t., draft 10.8 m. Bulk:  200,000 d.w.t., draft 16.3 m. Crude:  314,250 d.w.t., draft 19.2 m. Products:  101,600 d.w.t., draft 14.5 m. Chemicals:  35,000 d.w.t., draft 9.5 m. Gas:  Draft 12.4 m.
Fuel:  Most grades.
Airport:  Narita Tokyo Int'l, 40 km.
Repairs/Drydocks:  500,000 d.w.t.
Medical:  Facilities available.

JPCHB

Also see General before first Japan port
OVERVIEW:  Largest seaport in Japan, and second largest in Japan in terms of cargo handled. The port of Chiba encompasses a number of neighbouring cities in Chiba Prefecture. Imports include crude, LNG and dry bulk raw materials. Exports include chemicals, petroleum products, LPG, steel products and vehicles. Details do not include the port facilities in the city of Kisarazu.
LOCATION:  The part of Chiba Prefecture lying on the north and east sides of Tokyo Wan, on the SE corner of Honshu. The port covers the cities of Sodegaura, Ichihara, Chiba, Narashino, Funabashi and Ichikawa, and is divided into eleven port areas: Minami Sodegaura, Kita Sodegaura, Anesaki, Goi, Yawata, Chiba Nanbu, Chiba Chuo, Chiba Chubu, Katsunan Tobu, Katsunan Chuo and Katsunan Seibu.
CHARTS:  JP Charts No. 90, 1061, 1062, 1086, 1087 and 1088.
NGA Charts No. 97120, 97133, 97134, 97140, 97145, 97157, 97166, 97168…