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Pre Arrival:  Overview | Location | Charts | Limits   ...
Arrival:  Approach | Pilots | Anchor
Communications:  Pratique | Pre-Arrival | VHF | VTS/Radar
Berthing Ops:  Tugs | Berths | Mooring
Cargo:  Breakbulk | Bulk | Containers | Cruise | Other   ...
Pollution:  Pollution | Waste | Slops
Facilities:  Water | Fuel | Chandler | Stores | Services   ...
Local Info:  Weather
Shore:  Consuls | Tel. | Airport | Connections | Banks
Misc:  Authority | Agent
Report:  Report

Summary

Max. Size:  Containers:  Depth 11.0 m. Passengers:  Depth 11.0 m. Ro-Ro:  Depth 11.0 m. Bulk:  Depth 11.0 m. Tankers:  Depth 10.5 m. LPG:  Depth 10.7 m.
Fuel:  All grades.
Airport:  Dublin Int'l, 12 km.

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OVERVIEW:  Ireland's largest port, Dublin handles dry and liquid bulk, containers, breakbulk and Ro-Ro cargo. Cruise vessels also handled, and the port is a busy ferry port
LOCATION:  At the mouth of the River Liffey on the western shore of Dublin Bay, on the east coast of the island.
CHARTS:  BA Charts No. 1415, 1447 and 1468.
Publications:  BA Irish Coast Pilot, NP 40.
PORT LIMITS:  Seaward limits are bounded by a line connecting the following positions:
  1. 53° 21′ 40″ N, 006° 03′ 06″ W
  2. 53° 20′ 30″ N, 006° 01′ 29″ W
  3. 53° 18′ 04″ N, 006° 01′ 18″ W
  4. 53° 16′ 14″ N, 006° 05′ 28″ W.
DOCUMENTS: 
   Ballast Water Declaration (Form CU.7)
   Bonded Stores List
   Cargo Manifest (Form CU.10)
   Crew Effects Declaration
   Crew List
   Customs Report Form (Forms C.1 or C.2)
   International Load Line Certificate
   Light Dues Certificate
   Maritime Declaration of Health
   Ports of Call List (Form…