Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Manila Harbour is situated at the East end of Manila Bay, at the mouth of Pasig River. Manila is the port for the Greater Manila Area, which includes Manila City – the capital of Philippines – and it is the major port of the country.

Entering the port of Manila

Our vessel called two terminals in the Port of Manila – one in the North and one in the South – with an average of 24 hours alongside in the North and 15 hours in the South.

Manila North Terminal, also called Manila International Container Terminal, includes 5 berths with a total length of 1300 m, the largest of which is 300m.

Here, our vessel always came starboard side along side.

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

At departure, a swing to starboard was performed – with the help of two tugs – in order to exit the port basin.

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

In the port of Manila South, our vessel came port side alongside and a swing to starboard was performed upon departure.

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

Entering the port of Manila

 

If you are interested, you can watch time lapse movies of the maneuvers:

Entering Manila North

Departure Manila North

Entering Manila South

Departure Manila South

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