About Us

We are (NSC) Navigator Shipping Company, founded in 2011 by Captain Tarek Shokri in Tripoli, to manage vessels for Principals It is ran and managed by a professional team whose members have extensive experience in the shipping industry, our companys’ solid work relations with the Libyan Port authorities and personnel places us above our competitions. The Company strives to offer a comprehensive and constantly improving service to our Principals, ensuring the safety of Owners'/ Charterers' property and remaining competitive in the market.

Mission

To make our Principals Business Successful and Profitable.

Vision

To continuously exceed the expectations of our Principals, Government Authorities, Traders, Shippers, Consignees, and Vendors.

Values

To continuously exceed the expectations of our Principals, Government Authorities, Traders, Shippers, Consignees, and Vendors.

Our Team

Tarek M . Shokri

General Director

Wail Bin Latif

Operation Manager

Anis Getlawi

Operation Department

Ayman A Salem

Relations Department

Libyan Ports


Location: Zuara is situated 120km W of Tripoli,close to the Tunisian border.
General overview: Traffic figures: Approx 50 vessels visit the port annually.
Load Line zone: Summer.

Communications: VHF: Ch 16.

Names/Nos: A floating jetty extends nearly 0.1nm SW from the root of the mole,with a 120m fixed angle jetty extending the same distance SE. The latter can accommodate vessels drawing up to 4.0m on its N side, and up to 5.0m on its S side. Smaller vessels can use either side of the floating jetty. The S basin, with depths of 4.0m, is fully quayed. 
Storage: Open storage of 16,000m2. General

Bunkers/water/stores: Fresh water: Available. 
Medical facilities: Medical facilities are available in the town. 
Transport: Nearest airport: Tripoli International Airport, 125km. 
Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1, Oct 7. 
Variable dates: El Moulded el Nabwi, Aid il Fitr, Id el Adha, Higri New year.Fridays are a weekly port oliday. Working hours: Normally 0800-1200hrs, 1300-1700hrs.Overtime: 2000-2400hrs, 0100-0700hrs. 
Developments: A new general cargo/container port is planned. New breakwaters quays and jetties are to be constructed providing berths for general cargo, container, ro-ro and liquid bulk traffic.


Location: Es Sider is situated on the Gulf of Sidra.
General overview: The offshore oil terminal consists of four berths, two conventional uoy berths and two SBM’s.
Traffic figures: Approx 200 vessels visit the port annually. 
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: LOA 355m, 305,000dwt, 56m beam and 22.25m draft.

ETA’s: Vessel’s ETA should be sent directly via cable to Wahaoil Tripolilibya. Cables sent will be received directly by the Waha communications center in Tripoli and relayed to the terminal at Es Sider. Vessels with telex facilities on board should telex directly to Waha Oil Company on 20158 or 20758. Within 6 hours of clearing its last port of call, each tanker should provide the terminal with the following information: 
The name of the tank 
Name of the port from which the tanker last 
Vessel’s ETA 
Summer dwt 
Arrival draft 
Length between perpendilulars 
Within 72 hours of arrival the terminal should be notified of ETA and the name of tanker. Within 24 hours the same should be notified along with the quantity of cargo required, max draft on departure from Es Sider and deballast time before the vessel can commence loading. 
Within 12 hours of arrival name of tanker and ETA should be notified and again 4 hours prior to arrival with precise estimated ETA. The Master should call “Es Sider Control” on VHF Ch 08 when at least 2 hour prior to arriving at the pilot boarding station. 
Communications: VHF : Ch 16 and 08. Vessels are requested to refrain from the use of VHF Ch 08 as it is used for tanker loading communications. 
Customs and immigration: Customs and Immigration requirements should be obtained from the vessels agent, who will provide forms and advise on documentation required. Flags: Tankers should fly the “Q” flag on arrival by day and display a red light over a white light at night to indicate quarantine conditions 
Notices of readiness: Masters should particularly note that the following requirements are necessary before NOR can be tendered. The Master should have received the Mooring Master on board, or-1 2-The Master should have dropped anchor. 
General notices & regulations: Prior to commencing loading, the Master should, in writing, provide the terminal with his exact cargo requirements and whether the vessel will complete loading on the ship or a shore stop. Any changes to the vessel’s requirements should, again, be given in writing. These notifications should be signed and stamped by the Master. If it is requested by the Master of the tanker that the cargo flow should be stopped from the shore at a predetermined tonnage/quantity, it must be clearly understood that Waha Oil Company will not be held responsible for any error, and that in the case of overloading, the excess cargo cannot be pumped back ashore. Tankers should keep a continuous listening watch on VHF Ch 08 and 16, failure could result in losing its berthing turn. Vessels must be able to commence loading within 3 hours of making fast, bearing in mind the exposed nature of the berths. Should a tanker be unable to comply with this stipulation, Waha Marine Co-ordinator may berth more suitable vessels ahead of her especially in poor weather conditions. Tankers provide a pilot ladder, or ladders, constructed and placed in accordance with the latest Safety of Life at Sea Convention. Tankers having a large freeboard must use a combination of pilot ladder and accommodation ladder. A ship’s officer, plus the necessary crewmembers should be present at the ladder to ensure the safe embarkation and disembarkation of Mooring Masters and Port Authorities. All such ladders should be thoroughly tested and inspected before the vessel arrives in the recommended anchorage. Tankers should be equipped with an adequate propulsion unit as certified by an appropriate Survey Society. Tankers with inoperative or partially inoperative propulsion units should be rejected. No repairs should be made while the tanker is in or near a berth. Tankers should have 2 bower anchors and ground tackle in good working condition and in sizes and class to quality under either Lloyds or ABS ratings, even though they may have been classified by other Societies. Vessels should be capable of running out a min of 301m of chain on each anchor in order that they may be berthed at one of the sea loading berths. Tankers should have at least one winch, in good working order, on the poop deck capable of heaving on two ropes simultaneously. The winch drums must be of such a size to be able to take at least five turns of mooring rope. Tankers should have one winch on the after end of the main deck, so sited that ropes led through the fairleads at the after end of the main deck, port and starboard, can be hove on. The winch drum must be of such a size to be able to take five turns of mooring rope. All tankers should have suitable stoppers for all lines and stoppers for wire ropes. Wire ropes are a part of the permanent berths and all tankers should pick up wire ropes unless an exception may be based upon the tanker having suitable wires with nylon or synthetic rope tails for ease of handling by launch and launch crews. These tails should be of appropriate strength and of a suitable length to enable them to be manhandled on to the mooring buoy hooks. Constant tension winches may not be used except where they can be solidly locked and the constant tension feature not used. Tankers should have at least nine good synthetic fibre lines of not less than 9in circumference (73mm diameter) and at least 220m in length, with an eye spliced in each end. These lines should be placed out free for running; 3 on the after end of the main deck and 6 on the poop deck. The 3 lines on the after end of the main deck should be married together so that if the need arises a double length can be run on either side of the tanker. The Mooring Master may require the use of additional ropes or wires to effect a safer mooring and these are to be supplied on his advice. Tankers should be equipped with block, tackle, booms, runners and sundry equipment to efficiently hoist the submarine hoses or floating hoses (up to about 10t) from the sea. Other necessary equipment includes wrenches, gaskets, nuts, bolts, strops, drip tray and sawdust, drift pins, taglines, etc. The derrick should be rigged with a single wire running of sufficient strength to be able to lift at least 10t. After the tanker is securely berthed, the submarine hoses should be lifted amidships on the port side. The base lift may weigh up to 10t. Hoses should be lifted and connected by the tanker crew. The Mooring Master should advise the tanker’s office in charge concerning liftingtechniques; however, the responsibility for all operations should remain with the officer. Should the vessel’s cargo figures exceed the shore cargo figures by an amount greater than 0.45%, then the Mooring Master may delay the sailing of the vessel until the difference has been resolved.

Names/Nos: Tanker Berths: There are 4 crude oil loading berths, 2 conventional buoy berths and 2 SBM’s, as follows:

Berth LOA Draft Beam Long Loading Rate
(M) (M) (M)
NO1 280 15.5 40,000bbls/hr
NO3 289 15.5 40,000bbls/hr
NO3 289 15.5 40,000bbls/hr
1 NO4 (SBM 350 17.5 48 35,000bbls/hr
NO5 (SBM) 355 22.5 56 50,000bbls/hr

Vessels using the conventional moorings use both anchors and moor heading due40 N. The stern is tied up to an array of 7 mooring buoys. Vessels using the SBMs 2nm offshore tie up bow on, using 2 mooring chains.
Storage: There are storage facilities available for 6,000,000bbls. 
Ballast/slop reception: There are no facilities available for the reception of ballast, vessels are therefore required to discharge clean ballast from segregated ballast tanks only.  

Bunkers/water/stores: Bunkering: None available.
Water: Fresh water not available. 
Medical facilities: Emergency facilities only. 
Transport: Nearest airport: Local airfield, for oil company personnel only t.
Crew change: Crew change is not possible. Consuls: The consuls are located in Tripoli (650km) and most countries are represented. 
Working hours: The port operates throughout 24 hours, 7 days a week, weather permitting. 
Surveyors: There are no surveyors at the port. 
Recreation: Shore leave is not permitted. 
Garbage: There are no garbage collection facilities available. Severe penalties may be imposed for waste or garbage discharged into the sea. Officials and visitors: No special meals or foods should be required unless to comply with Moslem requirements Pollution: Severe penalties may be imposed for pollution.  


Location: Marsa el Brega is situated in the S of the Gulf of Sidra. 
General overview: The port is primarily an offshore oil terminal. There are alongside berths for other traffic. 
Traffic figures: Approximately 300 vessels visit the port annually. 
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: LOA 355m, 305,000dwt, 56m beam and 22.25m draft. 
Sealines: Max 300,000DWT; draught and LOA unrestricted

ETA’s: Vessels should send their ETA to Sirte Oil Co the Port Authority, 72, 48 and 24 hours prior to arrival. Communications: VHF: Ch 16; 06, 09, 12, 13. Throughout 24 hours. No radio telephony or wireless telegraphy allowed in Libyan territorial waters.

Names/Nos: General cargo/Bulk berths: W side: Dry cargo berth, length 150m; draught 7.9m. 
E side: Urea jetty, length 200m; draught 8.8m. 
Cargo jetty: Length 200m; draught 9.2m; max 15,000DWT. 
Ro-Ro berths: Ro-Ro vessels berth alongside the jetty, or stern on to the dry cargo jetty. 
Tanker berths: There are 3 sealine berths, a product tanker quay, a liquefied gas quay, an acid quay and 2 jetties for ammonia and methanol.. Sea-line berths 
Berth No 2: CBM for vessels up to max LOA 243m, 55,000DWT; draught 12.8m. Vessels anchor heading NNW using both anchors, the stern being secured to 5 mooring buoys in 13.4m of water. 1 x 12in hose loading Naphtha at rate 3,300tph. 
Berth No 5: SPM for vessels up to 300,000DWT, draught unrestricted. Vessels moor at the bow in 40m of water. Loading Crude Oil is via 16in hose, loading rate of 7,600tph. 
Berth No 6: SBM for vessels up to 300,000DWT, draught unrestricted. Vessels moor to the bow in 40m of water. Loading Crude Oil is via 16in hose, loading rate 7,600tph. 
Gas Quay Docks A and B: Length 320m, max LOA 220m, max draft 10.0m. Used for LPG and LNG carriers. South Acid Quay: A small berth is available for handling sulphuric acid. 
West Side : Jetties 1 and 2: Length 334m, max LOA 175m, depth 13.7m, max draught 10.5m, 30,000DWT. Used for loading methanol and ammonia, and discharging acids and caustics.  

Medical facilities: Limited medical facilities are available. 
Transport: Nearest 
Airport: Private airfield (5km) 
Working hours: Throughout 24 hours.  


Location: Zueitina is situated approx 130km S of Benghazi.
General overview: Zueitina consists of offshore loading berths for oil tankers and LPG carriers. The main cargoes handled are crude oil, naphtha, butane and propane.The LPG berth, because of it’s location, experiences different weather conditions and may be closed due to swell conditions when the crude berths are open.
Traffic figures: Approx 270 vessels are handled annually.
Load Line zone: Summer.
Max size: LPG carriers LOA 214m, draught 8.7m and oil tankers up to draught 20m, 275,000DWT can be accommodated.

ETA’s: Vessels ETA must be advised 72, 48 and 24 hours prior to arrival to “Zueitina Oil Company”, for the attention of the Operations Manager and the Terminal Superintendent, Telex: +901 20130 ZUELY. Vessels must provide the following information through their agents to the authorities with their ETA, on entering Libyan waters:-

  • Point of entry
  • Colour of hull
  • Superstructure colour
  • Course
  • Speed
  • ETA at port
  • Name of port
  • Nationality of crew
  • Ship’s flag
  • Details of quality and cargo grade to be loaded

Documentation required: Documents required include a Standard Crew List, Stores Lists and Declarations. It is most important that the last Certificate of Discharge is on board. 
Communications: VHF: Ch 13 and 16, callsign “Zueitina Marine”. LPG control room monitors Ch 12. Once VHF contact has been established, this should be maintained until out of range. 
Health regulations: Standard health regulations apply. If, for emergency reasons, a sick person has to be landed, the following information should be passed on as soon as possible:-
Full name 
Nationality
Passport number 
Customs and immigration: Vessels are advised to be sure that no alcohol is out of the bond and that there are no goods from Israel on the vessel. 
Flags: The courtesy flag and the ship’s national flag must be conspicuously displayed. 
Notices of readiness: NOR is given during hours of daylight and when cargo is ready, if the port is open and is within lay days. Also when ships are nominated and loading instructions have been received. 
General notices & regulations: Lifeboats should not be worked in the harbour or anchorage area.  

Names/Nos: There is a small craft harbour situated inside the Tre Scogli reef. 
Tanker berths: There are 5 offshore crude oil loading berths, one closed and another reported to be closed temporarily. All berths are connected by hoses on the port side of the vessel. Berth Notes Alpha SPM closed, now marked by navigational buoy Fl (Mo “A”) W 5s Bravo CBM situated approx 2.5nm offshore in depths of approx 20m, max draught 18.2m. Vessels moor heading approx 313°, using both anchors forward and mooring to 5 buoys aft (vessels require a min of 12 shackles on each anchor). Loading takes place through a submarine pipeline (42in diameter) and 2 x 12in hoses. Loading rate 5,700tph crude each. Charlie SPM approx 3nm offshore in depths of approx 30m, max draught 20m, 275,000DWT. Served by a 48in CALM submarine pipeline and 1 x 12in hose, loading rate 5,080tph crude. Delta CBM situated approx 2.5nm offshore in depths of approx 20m, max draught 18.2m, 110,000DWT. Vessels moor, heading approx 313° using both anchors forward and mooring to 5 buoys aft (vessels require a min of 11 shackles on each anchor). Served by a 42in submarine pipeline with loading taking place through 1 x 12in hose. Loading rate 3,180tph. Dedicated “Naphtha” berth. Echo SPM situated approx 3nm offshore in depths of approx 25m, max 150,000DWT. Served by a 42in CALM submarine pipeline, loading taking place through 1 x 12in hose. Loading rate 5,80tph. Temporarily closed, header marked by navigational buoy Fl (Mo “E”) W 5secs.
LPG Terminal: Situated inside the Tre Scogli reef, SSW of the small craft harbour. The berth consists of a trestle projecting from the end of the small craft harbour sea wall, at the end of which is a loading platform with a breasting dolphin on each side. There are 6 mooring dolphins provided, vessels berth starboard side to, using the port anchor. Vessels up to LOA 214m and max draught 8.7m can be accommodated having a cargo capacity of approx 32,000m3. Loading takes place through a single loading line at a rate of around 1,100tph.
Barges: There are no barges available. 
Ballast/slop reception: All ships must have clean ballast, only SBT ballast is permitted. 
Security: Security is generally good. 
Safety: A ship to shore safety check list is to be completed before cargo operations, also vessels are required to be able to move off a berth under ships power in the event of an emergency or when required.

Repairs: There are no repair facilities available. 
Docking facilities: No docking facilities available. 
Bunkers/water/stores: Bunkering: Not available. 
Stores: Available but in limited quantities. 
Medical facilities: Only emergency medical facilities are available. 
Transport: Nearest 
airport: Benghazi. 
Crew change: Crew change is not recommended. 
Consuls: All Consular business at Tripoli. 
Banks: There are no banks available. 
Public holidays: Leilat al Meiraj, Eid al Fitr, British Evacuation Day, Eid al Adha, Islamic New Year, Evacuation Day, Ashoura, Mouloud, Revolution Day, Evacuation Day and Leilat al Meiraj. 
Working hours: Throughout 24 hours. 
Surveyors: Cargo surveyors available, though prior notice is required. 
Recreation: There are no facilities available. 
Garbage: All garbage must be kept on board. 
Officials and visitors: No person is allowed on board the ship without being cleared by customs and immigration first. 
Fumigation: Not available. Pollution: Liable to heavy fines and delays.  


Location: Benghazi is situated on the NE coast of the Gulf of Sidra.
General overview: It is large commercial port serving the surrounding region, equipped to handle tankers, container, Ro-Ro and general cargo vessels. Main exports include sheep, wool, hides, goat, hair fabrics and woollen rugs. Imports include foodstuffs, tobacco, textiles, pottery and chemical products.
Traffic figures: Approximately 245 vessels visit the port annually.
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: Max LOA 229m and draft 8.5m.

ETA’s: Notice of ETA should be sent 48 and 24 hours prior to arrival. Communications: Radio: VHF: Benghazi Port Radio, Ch 16; 12. General notices & regulations: The following are extracts from the harbour regulations: All power driven vessels berthed either alongside or end on at Rasif Giuliana, Cathedral mole or Italia mole are to have power available during harbour working hours. It is forbidden to discharge overboard, either in the harbour or in the roadstead, any burning material, ashes or rubbish of any kind. The loading and discharging of inflammable material and explosives must be carried out in accordance with the directions of the Harbour Master. Vessels arriving with a dangerous cargo on board must anchor in the roadstead; the port authorities will instruct them where to berth. Vessels which burn fuel oil must clean their bilges before arriving in the roadstead or the harbour. Fuel oil must not be embarked without permission from the Harbour Master.

There are a total of 12 general and dry cargo berths with depths 9 -11m and 2 service berths of depth 5m. Names/Nos  

Name Length(m) Draught(m)
Inner Harbour (M)
Rasif Libya 1 46 4.8
Rasif Libya 2 137 4.8
Rasif Libya 3 128 4.8
Rasif Juliana 183 3.1
Outer Harbour
No1 320 8.2
No2 290 8.2
No3 168 8.2

Pontoon Berths: Formed by 3 steel pontoons and used by small charge cargoes directly into trucks for delivery to consignee. Max LOA 60m, draught 4.3m. In addition 3 buoy berths are available where vessels work cargo using lighters, during summer months.
Container berths: Containers are worked alongside the general berths.
Tanker berths: There are 3 berths used for tankers. 
Rasif Juliana: Buoy berth at the N end, up to LOA 107m, draft 7.3m. Outer Harbour Quay: LOA 229m, draught up to 7.3m. Middle Harbour: Asseil Berth Max LOA 171m, draught 7.3m. Products.
Ro-Ro berths: Ro-Ro vessels can be accommodated. 
Facilities: There are 2 floating cranes available capable of lifting 80t. Several mobile cranes of 30t capacity are also available. 
Storage: There are 8 transit sheds which provide 17,500m2 of covered storage. Ample open storage area available. 
Barges: Lighters available to work cargo though from Oct until the end of April. No lighterage work in the roadstead is possible due to the heavy swell that occurs.  

Repairs: A maintenance berth and floating dock are available in the Inner Harbour. 
Bunkers/water/stores: Fresh water: Available. 
Bunkering: Limited quantities are available. 
Medical facilities: Medical facilities are available in the town. 
Transport: Nearest 
airport: Benina 29km. 
Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1, Oct 7, El Mouled Eli Nabawi, Aid el Fitr, Aid el Adha, Higri New Year. Friday is a weekly port holiday, work being performed but at overtime rates. 
Working hours: Normally 0800-1200hrs and 1300-1700hrs. Overtime 2000-2400hrs, 0100-0700hrs. 
Developments: Extensive developments are taking place, with an additional 3,000m of quay to be provided, as well as the necessary back-up facilities.  


Location: Ras Lanuf is a point on the N Coast of Africa in the Gulf of Sidra.
General overview: Ras Lanuf (Sirtica Terminal) is an offshore oil export terminal, consisting of 2 conventional buoy berths (CBM’s) and 2 SPM’s. The port of Ras Lanuf (Rasco Harbour) is under separate entry.
Traffic figures: Approx 480 vessels are handled annually by combined port areas.
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: Max LOA 335m, max draught 22m, 300,000DWT.

ETA’s: ETA should be sent to Veba Oil Operations via Telex: +901 20260 or 20892LY, 72 hours, 48 hours, 24 hours and 12 hours prior to arrival or at any time a change of one hour in original ETA occurs. Vessel should contact Ras Lanuf Oil Control via VHF Ch 16 and advise exact ETA, 4 hours prior to arrival. All messages should specify whether ETA is given in GMT or local time. Libyan time is GMT +2 hours.
The first message given should include the following:-
ETA
Last port of call 
If any sickness on board 
If vessel has clean Bill of Health Cargo quantity and grades expected to be lifted in net barrels at 60°F or long tons That the last discharge certificate covering the last Libyan cargo is onboard, properly completed and whether this cargo was discharged at the port indicated on the discharge certificate. The 12 hour message should include definite indications as to whether or not vessel is ready to load Tankships should have the following ready:- 
Windlass, port and starboard bow anchors 
After mooring, winches and or capstans; a min of 8 good manila or synthetic lines of 220m in length each with suitable stoppers; chain stoppers for 5in circumference shore preventer wires Hose lifting winch, derrick and gear, including bolts, spanners and wrenches for connecting hoses. 
Communications: VHF: Ras Lanuf Oil Control Centre keeps continuous watch on Ch 16, 14 and 11. Vessels approaching the terminal should make contact on Ch 16, 3-4 hours prior to arrival. Upon contact the vessel will be requested to switch to Ch 14 or 11. This channel will also be used by Terminal Marine Section for internal use and tanker mooring control. Ch 11 is reserved for communications between ships in mooring and Terminal Oil Movements Control Centre and should only be used for general purposes after obtaining clearance from oil movements control on Ch 16. This is a safety measure, since oil flow to ships is controlled through Ch 11 and therefore it must be clear at all times in case of the need to stop oil flow for any reason. Ch 16 is for calling and safety use only. In case of failure of radio and/or radio telephone communications, daylight lamp signalling may be used with the control centre of the terminal administration building located on top of the ridge WSW of Ras Lanuf. Company Mooring Master will have sole control of radio communications during the period a vessel is manoeuvring or moored in a berth. No radio transmissions will be permitted on board ship except by the express permission of the Mooring Master. Only the Mooring Master may transmit on Ch 11 and 14, during the period he is on board. He will have a VHF Radio Telephone.
Health regulations: The vessel should have a clean Bill of Health or equivalent document from the last port of call. The vessel’s Master and all members of the crew should possess International Certificates of Health showing a valid Smallpox Vaccination Certificate. Customs and immigration: Libyan Customs and Immigration Officials will board the vessel as soon as possible after arrival to give inward clearance and pratique services. Libyan Government Regulations are strictly enforced. Cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, matches, spirits, wines, beers, perfume, arms, ammunition, saccharin and possibly other items have to be locked up under Customs seal, from time of vessels arrival until time of leaving territorial waters. Each person is allowed 25 cigarettes per day of stay, or 25gm of tobacco or cigars in lieu thereof Customs will require the following:-

Document Copies
Crew List 4
Crew Declaration of personal belongings (including cigarettes, etc) 1
Stores List 2
Passenger List 1

Crew Lists and Crew Declaration of personal belongings must be on the approved Libyan Government documents. Vessels are advised on their initial visit to the terminal to obtain sufficient forms for future visits. The following are also required:-

Document Copies
Cargo Manifests for Ras Lanuf discharge 6
Cargo Manifest for transit cargo with a summary 1
Passenger Manifest 1

Clearance from the last port of call will be required by the Government Authorities. According to the Libyan “Boycott of Israel” Law, it is considered to be a violation for any vessel calling at Libyan terminals or ports to have on board any item whatsoever of Israeli origin regardless of the country from which it was actually obtained. This law is strictly enforced and the min penalties will probably include a fine and confiscation of all such items.
Flags: During loading or unloading the international code flag “B” shall be displayed in accordance with the International Code Signal agreement. Notices of readiness: Insufficient or inaccurate ETA messages may alter the order of berthing of ships to the advantage of those ships giving sufficient and accurate ETA messages. Acceptance of NOR will also be affected by such insufficiency or inaccuracy. No ballast will be allowed to be discharged from any tank that oil is to be loaded into. Only completely segregated ballast will be allowed to be discharged. Any vessel rejected due to dirty ballast or for causing sea pollution will automatically nullify its NOR and will lose any priority of position for loading. The company will make every effort to load vessels upon arrival or as soon as a berth is available, if weather conditions permit. NOR will not be accepted at time of arrival unless the vessel is in all respects ready to load. Arrival time will be taken as the time Pilot/Mooring Master boards if the vessel is berthing on arrival, or the anchorage time, not EOP time. General notices & regulations: The most essential requirements to be met by tankers lifting oil at the Sirtica Terminal, Ras Lanuf, Libya are as follows:-
No dirty ballast, (refer to information in section Ballast/slop reception) 
By Libyan law, no stores, foodstuffs or goods whatsoever of Israeli origin may be on board any ship calling at Ras Lanuf. Penalties: Fine, confiscation of goods and possibly more, the Libyan Government strictly 
enforces this law. Inert Gas: All vessels shall have their cargo tanks in the inerted condition prior to berthing. The berthing pilot shall check the contents of the tanks using ship’s equipment. If the oxygen
content of the tank exceeds 8% by volume, the vessel shall not be berthed until the oxygen content of all tanks reaches the requirements. Age of vessels: Any vessel over 20 years of age may, in accordance with Libyan Maritime Law, be rejected.
Berthing: Tenders by vessels to load crude oil cargo will be normally accepted and berths assigned to vessels in chronological order of arrival provided such vessels have current nomination for cargo valid at the time of tender, carry clean ballast, if any, and have cargo tanks in a fit condition to receive cargo. Also they must be in all respects properly equipped and ready to moor. Should berthing be delayed on account of bad weather, vessels will keep their position in line unless terminal storage warrants bringing in larger ships first, to bring storage tanks back to a safe level. Vessels required to leave the area due to bad weather should keep in contact with the terminal via the company, on VHF Ch 16, in order that they may be available to resume terminal operations, when the weather is fit. The Company reserves the right to load vessels out of turn following the return of good weather, to the extent that such loading out of turn does not materially delay the loading of other vessels in line. Further the Company reserves the right to decline to moor a specific vessel if its condition or facilities are unsafe for mooring or loading even hough the terminal may be open to other vessels. The Company Marine Superintendent’s decision on the above will be final.

Names/Nos: There are 4 submarine loading pipelines, which terminate at the following approx positions:-

Berth Position
NO 1  CBM 30°31.6’N 018°34.6’E. Marked by an unlit spar buoy. The depth of water at spar buoy is 21.3m. Max LOA 290m, 130,000DWT
NO 2 CBM 30°31.9’N 018°33.9’E. Marked by an unlit spar buoy. The depth of water at spar buoy is 21.3m. Max 130,000DWT
NO 3 SPM buoy, 30°32.9’N 018°34.7’E. Marked by a light, (Fl W 5s). The depth of water at SPM is 29.2m. Max 300,000DWT, 2 x 16in hoses
No1 SPM buoy, 30°31.8’N 018°36.1’E. Marked by a light, (Fl W 10s), the depth of water is 29.2m. Max 255,000DWT, 2 x 16in hoses

There are 2 open roadstead conventional submarine loading berths available. These berths are of the seven point type and are designed to handle tankers from 19,000-130,000dwt at gravity loading rates of 60,000bbls/hr. Berths No 1 and 2 are equipped with two hoses having 12in ASA 150lbs flange connections. Berths are approx 1nm offshore. There are 2 SPM moorings designed to handle tankers to 255,000dwt in Berth No 4 and up to 300,000dwt in Berth No 3 are located 2nm offshore. The SPM’s are a large cylindrical buoys (weight 250t), divided by steel bulkheads into 4 water tight compartments, through the centre of which emerges the loading hose. Facilities: The perimeter of the buoy, to which the buoy-to-ship moorings are attached, is a turntable which revolves round the centre-hose supporting section in such manner that the vessel berthed on the buoy will always lie head to wind. On the surface extending from the buoy are two hose strings, each consisting of 3 x 30ft lengths of 20in hose and 25 x 30ft lengths of 16in hose (total 840ft ). The 16in hoses which are on board are fitted with 16in ASA flanges. Connecting the buoy to the 48in submarine loading line are 2 strings of 20in diameter hose. Each string consists of 5 x 30ft sections each. Ships loading manifolds should be prepared for 2 x 16in or 2 x 12in hose connections prior to ships arrival at the terminal. Where no cross-over valves exist on loading manifolds, it is recommended loops between loading lines on the starboard side of these manifolds be fitted. Vessels equipped with 8in hose connections at the loading manifold should arrive with such 8in hose connections removed, also if necessary with “Y” pieces removed so that max flow through 16in or 12in cargo hoses will not be reduced.

Cargo Specifications of crude
Gravity 28°-45° API
Sulphur Less than 0.60% by weight 
BS &”W One tenth of 1% or less by volume 
Salt 25BBLor less per thousand barrels 
Metals Not in excess of trace (100ppm)
Viscosity 30-250 SSU at 60°F
Reid Vapour Pressure 10psi or less at 100°F
Flash Point At ambient temperatures
Pour point 75°F or less

Ballast/slop reception: Owners and Masters are invited to examine all International Convention Laws concerning pollution of the sea, having particular regard to the Mediterranean area. There are positively no facilities for disposal of dirty ballast. In addition, local terminal regulations state that only segregated and or permanent ballast will be allowed to be discharge. No ballast will be allowed to be discharged from any cargo tank. Ballast carried in any cargo tank will have to be retained on board. It is the Master’s responsibility to see that no oil of any kind is pumped or spilled overboard from his ship. This includes oil water from bilges, crude residual from previous voyages, and any other matter that may result in pollution of the sea. Any fines imposed shall be for ship’s account. As soon as practical after arrival, all vessel’s tanks will be inspected for oil in ballast and during discharge of ballast similar inspections will continue. If evidence of oil appears at any of these inspections, the ship will be rejected forthwith and will not be accepted until satisfactory evidence is produced that such ballast was disposed of in a proper manner. If during inspection or during progress of loading it is revealed that ship’s tanks are not tight or that oil is leaking from the ship, the ship will be rejected or refused further loading. Ship will not be accepted for loading unless satisfactory evidence duly certified by Lloyds or ABS surveyors or other recognised surveyors of repair is submitted. A vessel must have sufficient ballast for safe handling, having due regard to existing weather and sea conditions. Refer to MARPOL regulations on draught. Vessels equipped with a separate system of ballast tanks will be allowed to discharge ballast and load oil simultaneously, providing approval is first obtained from the Company Mooring Master.  

Repairs: Not available. 
Medical facilities: Emergency facilities available. Due to existence in these waters of the fish commonly known as the “weaver” fish, ships crews are urged to exercise extreme caution in fishing while lying off the port area. There have been several cases of poisoning by these fish, all of which were distressingly painful. The following information should emphasise the need for caution. There are two groups, the greater weaver fish and the lesser weaver fish. The Greater Weaver Fish (Trachinus Draco), may be up to 18in in length, rarely appears very close inshore. It haunts the Mediterranean and the coastal waters off Norway and Britain. The Lesser Weaver Fish (Trachinus Vipera), is 6in or less in length. It occurs in shallower waters of the Mediterranean, North Sea and European Littoral. Both are sand dwellers which burrow, with only eyes, snout and dorsal fin exposed, awaiting shrimps and other small prey. They are grey backed with a lighter under-side. In both species the dorsal fin is black, and may have from 5 to 7 spines associated with venom glands. The opercular spines are also envenomed. The toxin is neurotoxic and heamotoxic, resembling some snake venom. Weaver fish are dangerous to handle alive or dead; most wounds follow stepping on them or grasping them when handling during fishing or sorting a fishing catch. 
Toxic effects: Contact with the dorsal fin spines causes a stabbing pain at the site of the puncture, gradually spreading through the affected limb. Pain reaches its peak in 30 min, may cause screaming, acute pain and unconsciousness. After 2-24 hours pain fades, leaving tingling and numbness. The surrounding tissue is first blanched then swollen and red, oedema persisting for 10 days or more. Secondary infection and gangrene are likely unless antisepsis is carried out. Systemic effects included headache, fever, rigors, delirium, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, dizziness and sweating. Cyanosis, mental sluggishness, convulsions and respiratory depression may follow. 
Suggested treatment: No specific antidote is known, incise wound and apply suction. Hands or feet should be immersed in very hot water or magnesium sulphate solution repeatedly. Local antiseptics and warmth useful. Observation for 24 hours and symptomatic treatment if necessary. It is suggested that Masters post suitable notices throughout ships quarters before arriving at Ras Lanuf. This fish is edible and so great emphasis should be placed on dangers associated with its handling. Transport: Nearest airport: Benghazi International, Tripoli International, Ras Lanuf for charter flights. Airport facilities: For international flights Tripoli is recommended. 
Crew change: Crew members cannot pay off or leave the vessel at Ras Lanuf except in cases of extreme emergency. Even in an emergency it should be noted that Seaman’s Books are not valid under the Libyan Law. A valid passport is required. All costs of repatriating personnel will be charged to the ship’s account. 
Consuls: Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Chad, Denmark, EAR, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey and Venezuela. 
Public holidays: None. 
Working hours: Throughout 24 hours. 
Surveyors: Cargo inspectors are nominated by cargo suppliers. 
Recreation: There are no recreational facilities available. 
Officials and visitors: Visitors to vessels must obtain a special pass from the Libyan Government Immigration Officer located at the terminal and from the Company Marine Superintendent. It is strongly recommended that visitors be restricted to a minimum due to hazards involved. 
Fumigation: There are no fumigation facilities available. 
Pollution: In addition to the lights usually displayed vessels in the mooring discharging ballast or loading cargo during darkness will brilliantly illuminate the seas around the ship so that any pollution will readily be noticeable.  


Location: Qasr Ahmed (Misurata Port) is situated approx 250km E of Tripoli. 
Traffic figures: Approximately 290 vessels visit the port annually. 
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: Tankers up to 30,000dwt, draught 11m can be accommodated. 
General overview: Qasr Ahmed is a commercial port serving the town of Misurata and the industrial area close S which includes a steelworks and a power station. It has facilities for handling dry bulk, petroleum, Ro-Ro, container and general cargoes. The main cargoes handled include iron ore, grain, construction materials, livestock, machinery and petroleum products. All berths are well fendered with adequate mooring facilities. 

ETA’s: Vessels should send ETA 12 hours prior to arrival. 
Communications: VHF: “Tarabulus Radio” callsign “5AT” on Ch 16.  

Names/Nos: General cargo/Bulk berths: In the south part of the harbour is about 3000m of berth space, in two basins, with a least depth of 11m alongside.

Berth Type No of Berths Length(m) Depth(m)
General Goods  16 1920 11
Dry Cargo 1 184 11
Service Berths 5 250 5
Container Berths 4 736 11
Ro-Ro Berths 2 400 11

Ro-Ro berths: There are 2 berths in the S port area used for Ro-Ro traffic. The berths are 200m in length, with a depth alongside of 11.0m. 
Tanker berth: A ‘T’ shaped pier, in the NW corner of the harbour with a depth of 12m alongside, used for discharging oil products. 
Steelworks harbour: There is a bulk berth on the inside of the N breakwater with a length of 350m and a reported depth of 15m. 
Facilities: 1 x 300tph conveyor system. 9 x 120tph conveyors. 4 lattice boom cranes, 2 telescopic boom cranes and 5 container handling fork lifts. 1 floating crane. 
Storage: There is 24,400m2 of covered storage and 444,500m2 of open storage area available. The grain berth is provided with a silo of capacity 40,000t.

Repairs: Minor repairs may be undertaken. 
Bunkers/water/stores: Fresh 
water: Available via 2 water barges. 
Medical facilities: Medical facilities are available. 
Transport: Nearest 
airport: Tripoli International Airport (250km). 
Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1 and Oct 7. 
Variable dates: El Mouled el Nabawi, Aid el Fitr, Aid el Adha & Higri New Year. Fri is a weekly port holiday. 
Working hours: Normally 0800-1200hrs and 1300-1700hrs. Overtime 2000-2400hrs and 0100-0700hrs.


Location: khoms is situated on the coast of Libya. 250 Km from the Tunisian border. 
General overview: khoms is now considered as a direct delivery port and is available for handling of cars. Containers and other cargoes which need not to be stored in closed storage. 
Load line zone: summer. 
Max size: 14.500 wt.

ETAs: is to be sent on departure from previous port and 24 hours prior to arrival. the port can accept diverted vessels with an hours notice. 
Communications: radio: VHF: communication with port authority on Ch 16 and with the pilot station on Ch 08, 10 and 12. 
Health regulations: the vessel should have a clean bill of health or equivalent document from the last port of call. The vessels master and all crew should possess international health certificate showing a valid smallpox vaccination certificate. Costumes and immigration: Libyan costumes and immigration officials will board the vessels as soon as possible, after arrival to give inward clearance and pratique services, Libyan government regulations are strictly enforced. Cigarettes, cigar, tobacco, spirits, wines, beers, parfumes, arms, immunitions, saccharin and possibly other items have to be locked up under custom seal, from time of vessels arrival until time of leaving territorial waters. Each person is allowed 25 cigarettes per day of stay or 25 gm of tobacco or cigars in lieu thereof.

Customs will require the following: 
Document copies-crew list. 
Crew personal effects declaration (including cigarettes, etc). 
Stores list. 
Passenger list. 
Crew list and crew personal effects declaration must be on the approved Libyan government documents. 
Vessels are advised on their initial visit to the terminal to obtain sufficient forms for future visits.

The following are also required: 
Document copies. 
Cargo manifests discharge. 
Passengers manifest. 
Clearance from the last call of port will be required from the government authorities. 
According to the Libyan (boycott of Israel) law, it’s considered to be a violation for any vessel calling at Libyan terminals or ports to have on board to have any item of Israeli or South 
African origin regardless of the country from which it was actually obtained. This law is strictly enforced and the main penalties will probably include and confiscation of all items. 
Flags: during load or unloading the international code flag B shall be displayed in accordance of with the international code signal agreement. 
Notice of readiness: NOR is tendered once berthed alongside. 
General notice and regulations: all related all related Libyan regulations must be met for the port of khoms.for more detailed information ships owners may contact any Libyan marine agent.


Location: Tripoli (Tarabulus) is situated in W Libya, and is the capital and principal port of the country.
General overview: The harbour covers an area of approx 3.0sq km and is protected by 2 breakwaters, NE of 2,000m and the NW of 700m in length. Increased passenger vessel traffic by Costa Cruises will boost passengers travelling to Tripoli and Benghazi to approx 50,000 per year.
Traffic figures: Approx 300 vessels visit the port annually.
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: Max LOA 183m, draught 10m.

ETA’s: Vessel’s ETA should be sent 12 hours prior to arrival. 
Communications : VHF: Ch 06, 10, 12 and 16.

Pier No 1: 300m of berthing space, depths of 12m. Tanker berth. 
Pier No 2: 860m of berthing space, depths of 12m. Floating Dock. 
Pier No 3: 1000m of berthing space, depths 10 – 12m alongside. 
Spanish Quay: 530m of berthing space and Ro-Ro berth. 
Karamanli Mole: Oil and Gas berth on inner face. 9.4m alongside. 
South side: The S shore of Inner Harbour is all quay space of various depths.

Berth Type Berth Type Length(m) Depth(m)
General Goods  3442 10
Dry Cargo 1 168 12
Liquid Cargo 1 188 10
Service Berths 8 531 5
Passenger berths 3 420 7.5

Container berths: Facilities are available for the handling of container traffic. 
Tanker berth- Karamanli: Length 152m, max LOA 183m, max draught 8.3m. Petroleum products and pressurised LPG. Offshore CBM Berth: Approx 6nm E of the port. Vessels moor using both anchors and secure to mooring buoys, max LOA 195m, depth approx 16.0m, max draught 10.1m. Petroleum products. Facilities: 2 x 300tph conveyors, 4 lattice boom cranes, 3 telescopic boom cranes, 2 floating cranes, 5 container handling forklifts. 
Storage: There is 30,000m2 of warehousing and 208,000m2 of open storage available.  

Repairs: Available. 
Bunkers/water/stores: Fresh water: Available by barge.
Bunkering: Available alongside and barge. 
Medical facilities: Medical facilities are available. 
Nearest airport: Tripoli International Airport (32km Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1 and Oct 7. 
Variable dates: El Mouloud El Nabawi, Aid el Fitr, Aid el Adha. 
Working hours: Normally 0800-1200hrs and 1300-1700hrs. Overtime 2000-2400hrs and 0100-0700hrs. 
Developments: A new outer harbour is to be built, which will provide over 4,000m of quayage, depth alongside 12.0m    


Location: the port is situated approximately 50 Km west of Tripoli.altrenatevely known as azzawia.
General overview: Ttraffic figures about 480 vessels
Load Line zone: Summer. 
Max size: About 14.000 dwt.

ETAs: vessels are informed by agents of the points of entry in Libyan waters 48 hours prior to arrival. 
Communications : VHF: contact Ch 16 azzawia control also Ch 22 and 27.

Names/Nos:  

Berths Vessel capacity (t).
No 1 10,000-100,000 
No 2 5.000-40,000
No 3 15,000-140,000

These berths are 2 × SBM and 1 × CBM. 
Tanker berths: Vessel use own boom to lift hoses: 
Berth No 1: boom capacity not less than 7t. 
Berth No 2: boom capacity not less than 5t. 
Berth No 3: boom capacity not less than 10t.

Medical facilities: azzawia central hospital 
Transport: nearest air port: Tripoli international. 
Airport facilities: international flight.


Port Description 

Location: Mellitah is located on the N coast of Libya, 85km W of Tripoli.
General overview:Mellitah is a SBM offshore terminal 
Load Line zone: Summer.


Location: Bouri is located approximately 50nm off the Libyan coast in western Libya, close to the order with Tunisia.
General overview: FSU “Sloug” is oored to the SPM structure by an articulated bracket, water depth approx 166m.
Traffic figures: Approximately 22 vessels handled annually.
Load Line zone: Summer..
Max size: LOA 286m, 35,000 -130,000DWT, beam 44m, no draught restriction.

ETA’s: Vessel s ETA should be sent to AGIP Oil Tripoli through the agent 72, 48 and 24 hours prior to arrival. 72hrs message should contain the following information.

  • ETA
  • Name of vessel and Master’s name
  • Flag
  • GT, NT, DWT, LOA and draught
  • Quantity of cargo required
  • Information as requested by the operators
  • Notify any changes 12 hours in advance .

Documentation required: The following documents are required:-

  • Crew List
  • Passenger List
  • Bonded Stores List
  • Personal and Stores Declaration
  • Last Port of Call Clearance
  • International Maritime Health Declaration
  • Animal Health Declaration
  • Entering and Departure Territorial Waters Certificate
  • Report Inward/Outward Certificate
  • Tanker Certificate
  • Certificate of Discharge, (signed by authorities of last port loaded in Libya)

Cargo documentation: The following documents are to be delivered onboard by the agent:-

  • Bill of Lading
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Cargo Manifest
  • Time Sheet
  • Laboratory Test
  • Ullage Report
  • Master’s receipts for samples and documents
  • Communications: VHF: Ch 16, callsign “Bouri Terminal Sloug”.

Flags: The Libyan National Flag is to be displayed throughout 24 hours, the pilot and International “B” flag are also required.
Regulations and general notices: The Bouri FSU Terminal regulations and information are available upon arrival.

Names/Nos: Bouri oil field contains a number of lighted production platforms and a SPM loading FSU, all of which should be given a berth of at least 0.5nm. A storage tanker is moored to the SPM. Tankers of between 35,000-130,000DWT may load crude oil at the tanker, securing either port side to or astern. 2 x 16 in hoses are used with a loading rate of 9,000tph of Bouri Crude.
Ballast/slop reception: There are no ballast/slop facilities available.
Safety: Check lists are presented by the Mooring Master to be verified and signed by the Master prior to the commencement of vessel operations.


Location: Derna is situated in eastern Libya, between Benghazi and Tobruk.
General overview: Derna is a small commercial harbour with reasonable equipment for handling bulk, container, general and Ro-Ro vessels.
Imports: Grain, livestock, animal feed and general cargo.
Exports Wool, cement and fish.
Traffic figures: Approximately 30 ships visit the port annually.
Load Line zone: Summer.
Max size: LOA 150m, draught 8.2m, 10,000DWT.

Communications: VHF: Port Control: Ch 16.

Names/Nos: There is a total of about 940m of berthing space available. Berths No 2 and 3 have depths alongside of 9.0 to 10m, the remainder a depth of 7.5m.There are no tanker berths.Storage: There is 207,000m2 of open storage area and 4,800m2 of covered storage available.
Barges: A lighter is available

Bunkers/water/stores: Fresh water: Available.
Medical facilities: There is a hospital available locally.
Transport: Nearest airport: Benghazi Airport 300km.
Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1, Oct 7. Variable dates: EL Mouled El Nabawi, Aid el Fitr, Aid el Adha & Higri New Year. Fridays are weekly port holidays.
Working hours: Normally 0800-1200hrs, 1300-1700hrs. Overtime 2000-2400hrs, 0100-0700hrs.


Location: Tobruk is situated in eastern Libya, near the Egyptian border.
General overview: The port handles mainly general cargo and crude oil The oil terminal of Marsa al Hariga has two jetties on the S shore of the bay .
Traffic figures: Approximately 120 ships visit the port annually.
Load Line zone: Summer.
Max size: Harbour: draught 8.3m.
Marsa El Hariga: Max LOA 335m, draught 18.2m. (See separate entry).

ETA’s: Vessels should send ETA at least 72 hours in advance.
Communications: Via Tobruk radio (callsign “5AL) VHF: Ch 16; 09, 12 and 19 throughout 24 hours.

Names/Nos: General goods: Length 600m, depth 5-7.0m, 6 berths.
Liquid cargo: Length 250m, depth 9.0m, 2 berths.
Service Berths: Length 240m, depth 4.0m, 5 berths.
Marsa Al Hariga Oil Terminal: Jetty Agoco.
Length 800m, max LOA 335m, depth 18.3m.
Loading Sarir Crude, API 37.6, by 4 x 12in arms, rate 8,000tph. Ballast, slop and sludge disposal available.
Storage: Covered storage 3,600m2, open storage 9,000m2

Repairs: Limited facilities.
Bunkers/water/stores: Bunkering: Limited quantities of fuel and diesel oil available.
Medical facilities: There is a hospital in the town.
Transport: Nearest airport: El Adem 26km S.
Public holidays: Mar 8, May 25, Jun 11, Jul 23, Sep 1, Oct 7. El Mouled El Nabawi, Aid el Fitr, Aid el Adha. Fridays are weekly port holidays.
Working hours: Normally 0800-1700.


Location: Marsa al Hariga is situated 1nm SSW of Tobruk Point.
General overview: The oil terminal consists of 2 jetty berths.
Load Line zone: Summer.
Max size: Largest vessel handled: Max LOA 335m; max draft 18.2m.

ETA’s: Vessels ETA should be sent 72 hours prior to arrival, to the agent and terminal. The message should include the vessel details, owners name, loading rate and quantity of ballast.
Communications: VHF: Via Tobruk Radio callsign “5AL”. The Terminal Office keeps a constant listening watch on Ch 16.

Names/Nos Tanker berths: The “T”-shaped jetty is 800m in length and connected to the shore by a 200m arm. Two berthing faces of 30m each are provided, depth alongside 18.3m. Loading takes place on each berth through 4 x 16in Woodfield loading arms at a rate of 8,000tph.
No 1 Jetty: Max LA 290m, 152,000DWT and draught 17.0m. Loading crude oil.
No 2 Jetty: Max LOA 290m, 132,000DWT, draught 15.8m. Loading crude oil.
Brega Jetty : A product jetty situated W of Marsa al Hariga Jetty No 2. The jetty can accommodate tankers up to 35,000dwt, LOA 190m draft 9.1m.
Ballast/slop reception: There are ballast facilities available, slops are not accepted.

Bunkers/water/stores: Available at Tobruk Port and Brega Jetty.
Medical facilities: Available.
Transport: Nearest
airport: Naser, 20km.
Working hours: Throughout 24 hours.
Surveyors: Available from Benghazi.

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Tripoli Main Office

Hay Alandalous next to Al Razi hospital, (Tripoli, Libya).

Tel: 00218-21-477-6486 / 00218-21-477-4976 / 00218-21-477-4978

Fax: 00(218)214775501

Email: info@navigator.ly

Route Mahdia KM 2 Immeuble FERSI,
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Tel: 00216-74-216-587

Fax: 00218-21-477-5501

Office no 6, 3rd Floor, Al jabo Building, Near Misurata Port,
Misurata – Libya.

Tel: 00218-51-274-0063

Fax: 00218-51-274-0063

Inside Marsa El Brega Harbour.

Tel: 0021-86-122-30216

EXT: 36248

Inside Zueitina Harbour

Tel: 00218-21-715-8865 / 00218-21-712-9341

EXT: 36248

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1st Floor, Office no. 102 Benghazi-Libya.

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Tobruq – Libya.

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