The Port of Faro is administrated by the Portuguese Port and Maritime Transport Institute – South Delegation.
Phone: +351 289 860 600 - from a national fixed networkFax: +351 289860 666E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.imarpor.ptAddress: Rua do Alportel, 10 – 3. ° Andar, 8000-293 FARO PORTUGAL
The arrival to Faro may be done by sea, once the city has a Harbour / Commercial Port with the following characteristics:
Elements to approach the PortWater depth in relation to the hydrographic zero:Sand Bar – 8 metersChannel – 5.5 metersManeuver basin – 5.5 meterWater density in the channel and port: salty water – 1.025Average tide level in BWAV/PMAV: 0.53/3.38Average tide level in BWAM/PMAM: 1.37/2.63Seabed: sand
Informations about the Port / RestrictionsDaily manouvres port – the manouvres are preferentially made during the dayTide restrictions – the manouvres are preferentially made during the high tide
Portuguese Port and Maritime Transport Institute – South Delegation
Note: Ships with dimensions over the following, or arrivals/departures/changes out the established periods (daily period and/or high tide), may be authorized after analysis and assent by the Pilotage Department of the Port Authority
Name of the Port: CAIS COMERCIALLength: 200 metersPort high over HZ: 5 metersMaximum length overall: 110 meters (up to 120 meters, (examined on a case-by-case basis)Maximum draft: 64 metersMaximum draft to the Port: 7.0 metersCranes: The Port has 3 cranes - 2×6 ton SWL e 1X12 ton SWL
Name of the Port: TERMINAL DE COMBUSTÍVEIS (bridge-port)
||Number in Bow and Stern
|Ships with deadweight inferior to 3000 ton
||Minimum 4,2 must be Spring lines
|Ships with deadweight between 3000 and 6000 ton
||Minimum 5,2 must be Spring lines
Available services: water supply, electricity, fuel and garbage and waste water collection.
The Port of Faro has a tugboat with 400 bhp, mandatory for ships of dangerous loads.