Installations at Dhekelia oil terminal are used for the unloading of fuel from the oil tankers for the needs of the Power Station.
Mooring is effected on buoys and the unloading through submarine pipelines.

Dhekelia Oil Berth

Dhekelia oil terminal aerial photo

General Information
PositionSouthern Coast approx. 7km E of Larnaca
FunctionOil terminal
TopographyOpen roadstead
Port LimitsNo port limits-only sea berth
Approach and entry-
TrafficApprox. 510,254 tons (2010)
Port AuthorityCyprus Ports Authority
Limiting conditions
Controlling depth14m
Deepest and longer berth12.0m Draught, 225m L.O.A.
Mean tidal levels0.30m
Abnormal levels0.60m
Density of water1025
Maximum size of vessel handled225m
Local weatherFair prevailing winds summer SW4-5
Sea stateSlight to moderate
Arrival Information
Port operationsOil receiving for the Electricity Authority of Cyprus Power Station
Vessel Traffic ServiceLarnaca Port Control
Port radioCH. 14-16
Notice of ETA24 hrs prior to arrival
Outer anchoragesLarnaca Tankers Anchorage
PilotsLarnaca C.P.A. Pilots
TugsLarnaca C.P.A. Tugs
Local knowledge-
Regulations concerning entryAlways after port master's approval.
QuarantinePratique granted before berth, at Larnaca Anchorage
Notice of medical requirementsTo be sent 3 hrs prior to arrival
General layoutOpen roadstead
Seaplane PORT/area-

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