This section covers other general facilities available in the Port.
Due to the remote location no facilities are available at the offshore terminals.
Due to the remote location, there are no garbage reception facilities available at the offshore ports.
Under no circumstances shall garbage/ rubbish be dumped overboard, or any engine room bilges pumped out whilst the vessel, craft or rig is within ports and/or the waters of the PPA.
There are no repair facilities at Mubarraz Island Terminal. However, radar and electronics repairs are available in Abu Dhabi and technicians can be sent to Mubarraz Island Terminal for repairs. The vessel’s Agent must be notified with a 72 hours advance of such requirements.
Not Available. Masters will be required to produce the standard International Bill of Health.
Gray, Mackenzie & Co., Ltd., Lloyd’s Agency, is available in Abu Dhabi and they can be brought in, if ample notice is given to ship’s Agent.
Agency work is carried out by ADNOC Offshore (formerly ADMA) on behalf of visiting vessels.
Mubarraz: Owners of tankers visiting Mubarraz Island Terminal should route their agency work through National Shipping Gulf Agency co., (Abu Dhabi) Ltd. who are the only authorized ships agents for Mubarraz Island Terminal.
Only available in case of Emergency – see section 9.5.4
Shore gangways are provided at ADGAS Terminals facilities, Vessel to provide access steps from gangway at ship’s rail. At SPM berths the vessel must provide accommodation ladders on both sides of the vessel for access.
No person may enter the port premises or go on board without authorization from the Port Authority.
There are no facilities for crews of visiting vessels to join or leave vessels at any Petroleum Port of Abu Dhabi. Repatriation for medical reasons may be arranged at Master’s request with the consent of the Harbour Master, Resident Medical Officer and Chief of Police.
Shore leave for crew members is not permitted.