Reclamation Of Ayer Chawan Basin, Jurong Port

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Friday, June 13, 2014

During the period of reclamation of Ayer Chawan Basin, Jurong Island, Singapore –which has now been extended and will be conducted from 15 June to 14 December –bulk carriers, self-propelled barges and pusher tugs with barges in composite unit carrying bulk sand will transit the Banyan Basin, Sinki Fairway, Temasek Fairway and West Jurong Channel to Ayer Chawan Basin reclamation project area.

Masters of vessels and harbour craft shall keep a proper lookout for these vessels, proceed at a safe speed and navigate with  extra caution when in the vicinity of the mooring buoys off Bayan Basin, Jurong Island.

There are a total of three mooring slots. The mooring and unmooring of vessels will be carried out one at a time during daylight hours between 0630 to 1800hours.

The following existing Mooring Buoys BBB-1, BBB-2, BBB-3 and BBB-4 at Banyan Basin will be used for mooring and unmooring of the bulk carriers (WGS 84 Datum). The mooring buoys will be removed upon completion of the reclamation.

singapore@gac.com
 


BBB-1) 01° 15.266'N / 103° 41.613'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.2s.)
BBB-2) 01° 15.084'N / 103° 41.667'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.2s.)
BBB-3) 01° 15.772'N / 103° 41.326'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.4s.)
BBB-4) 01° 15.644'N / 103° 41.465'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.4s.)
BBB-5) 01° 15.552'N / 103° 41.528'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.3s.)
BBB-6) 01° 15.370'N / 103° 41.582'E
       (Yellow polyethylene buoy Fl .Y.3s.)

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