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Pre Arrival:  Overview | Location | Charts | Docs | ISPS   ...
Arrival:  Approach | Pilots | Anchor
Communications:  Pratique | VHF
Berthing Ops:  Tugs | Berths
Cargo:  Bulk | Containers | Cruise | Tankers | Gas | Cranes   ...
Pollution:  Waste | Slops
Facilities:  Medical | Water | Fuel | Chandler | Services   ...
Security:  Police etc | Security | Stowaway | Regs
Local Info:  Weather | Delays
Report:  Report

Summary

Max. Size:  Breakbulk:  Draft 10.5 m. Containers:  Draft 14.0 m. Passengers:  LOA 300 m., draft 10.5 m. Ro-Ro:  LOA 300 m., draft 10.5 m. Bulk:  Draft 15.0 m. Tankers:  LOA 259 m., draft 13.2 m. Gas:  LOA 259 m., draft 13.2 m. Largest Vessel:  LOA 259 m., draft 13.25 m.
Fuel:  All grades.
Airport:  Mombasa Int'l, 11 km.
Repairs/Drydocks:  180 x 24.75 m.
Medical:  Facilities available.
Mombasa
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KEMBA

OVERVIEW:  Mombasa is the principal Kenyan seaport and comprises facilities at Port Reitz (also known as Kipevu district) and Likoni district on the mainland, and Port Kilindini (the collective name for Mbaraki, Kilindini and Shimanzi districts) on Mombasa Island Mombasa not only serves Kenya but is also the main gateway to the eastern African hinterland countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Southern Sudan.
LOCATION:  On the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, in Coast Province, 430 km. SE of Nairobi.
CHARTS:  BA Charts No. 616 and 666.
Publications:  BA Africa Pilot Vol. 3, NP 3.
DOCUMENTS:  Documents are required for clearance inwards.
The following to be available on arrival: 
6 Crew Lists
   Dangerous Cargo Lists
   Maritime Declaration of Health (forms obtainable from Agent)
10 Passenger Lists
   Ship's Register
Normal port requirements for safety and cargo equipment.
Also see Shipmaster's Report dated June 1981.
ISPS COMPLIANCE:  Port is