Mooring/Unmooring at Tuas View Mooring Buoys

Thursday, January 02, 2014

From December 2, 2013-June 4, 2014, bulk carriers, self propelled barges and pusher tugs with barges in composite unit carrying bulk sand will be transiting from the Pilot Western Boarding Ground to the Containment Bund Project Area via Temasek Fairway. Masters of vessels and harbor craft shall keep a proper lookout for these vessels, proceed at a safe speed and navigate with extra caution when in the vicinity of Temasek Fairway and the Containment Bund project area where the mooring buoys are located.

Only one bulk carrier will be moored at one of mooring buoys [at Tuas View] at any one time. The mooring and unmooring of vessels will be carried out in the daylight hours (0630-1900 hours) during the period of construction work.

The following Mooring Buoys APF2-1(POC F2MB-01A/POC F2MB-01B), APF2-2(POC
F2MB-02A/POC F2MB-02B), APF2-6(POC F2MB-06A/POC F2MB-06B) have been laid on the
December 26, 2013. The mooring buoys will be removed upon completion of the offshore containment bund.

APF2-1
POC F2MB-01A   01° 15.273'N / 103° 37.388'E   Fl. Y. 1s (sync)
POC F2MB-01B   01° 15.273'N / 103° 37.560'E   Fl. Y. 1s (sync)

APF2-2
POC F2MB-02A   01° 15.273'N / 103° 37.664'E   Fl. Y. 2s (sync)
POC F2MB-02B   01° 15.273'N / 103° 37.836'E   Fl. Y. 2s (sync)

APF2-3
POC F2MB-03A   01° 15.273'N / 103° 37.940'E   Fl. Y. 3s (sync)
POC F2MB-03B   01° 15.273'N / 103° 38.112'E   Fl. Y. 3s (sync)

APF2-4
POC F2MB-04A   01° 15.273'N / 103° 38.216'E   Fl. Y. 4s (sync)
POC F2MB-04B   01° 15.273'N / 103° 38.388'E   Fl. Y. 4s (sync)

APF2-5
POC F2MB-05A   01° 15.273'N / 103° 38.492'E   Fl. Y. 5s (sync)
POC F2MB-05B   01° 15.273'N / 103° 38.664'E   Fl. Y. 5s (sync)

APF2-5
POC F2MB-06A   01° 15.208'N / 103° 38.677'E   Fl. Y. 6s (sync)
POC F2MB-06B   01° 15.002'N / 103° 38.677'E   Fl. Y. 6s (sync)
 

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