New Intertanko Publication— 'TANKER PORT PARTICULARS 1986'

Owners, brokers and charterers must know before fixing if the tanker is suitable for the ports concerned throughout the world.

Is the draft satisfactory? Any other restrictions regarding maximum length, beam or otherwise?

And not least: What about reception facilities for ballast water and slops?

The second edition of Intertanko's handy "Tanker Port Particulars" was issued in 1982. Intertanko's port information office has now prepared a revised edition.

Several additional ports and terminals have been added, and information about ports and terminals has been upgraded. Furthermore, a great deal of additional information is given regarding reception facilities for ballast water, slops, etc.

By concentration on ports usually called at by tankers, the publication gives all key information required in a concentrated publication of 80 pages. This makes it an excellent tool for owners, charterers, shipbrokers and ship masters.

The port data contained in the above Maritime Reporter table covers only U.S. ports and terminals and was reprinted from "Tanker Port Particulars 1986," issued in June of 1986. This valuable reference book also contains data on primary tanker ports throughout the entire world and covers all countries from Albania to Zaire.

"Tanker Port Particulars" is available from Intertanko, P.O.

Box 1452 Vika, N-0116 Oslo 1, Norway. Telex 19751 ITANK N.

Price, US$50 for members and subscribers, US$100 for others.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 25,  Aug 1986

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