Validated

                                                                                by order of Ministry of Transport 

                                                                                      of the Russian Federation 

                                                                                 of 13 December, 2012 No 432

 

 

                                 BYLAWS OF THE SEAPORT OF VYBORG

 

                                               I. General

1. The Bylaws of the seaport of Vyborg (hereinafter referred to as the "Bylaws") were developed according to Federal Law of 8 November, 2007 No 261-ФЗ "On seaports of the Russian Federation and on amendments to particular legal acts of the Russian Federation"<1>, Federal Law of 30 April, 1999 No 81-ФЗ "Merchant Shipping Code of the Russian Federation" <2>, General rules of ships navigation and anchorage at seaports of the Russian Federation and approaches to them <3> (hereinafter referred to as "General rules").  

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<1> Collection of Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation, 2007, No 46,art. 5557; 2008, No 29 (p.I), art. 3418; 2008, No 30 (p.II), art. 3616; 2009, No 52 (p. I), art. 6427; 2010, No 19, art. 2291, No 48, art. 6246; 2011, No 1, art. 3, No 13, art. 1688, No 17, art. 2313, No 30 (p. I), art. 4590, art. 4594; 2012, No 26, art. 3446.

<2> Collection of Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation, 1999, No 18, art. 2207; 2001, No 22, art. 2125; 2003, No 27 (p. I), art. 2700; 2004, No 15, art. 1519, No 45, art. 4377; 2005, No 52 (p. I), art. 5581; 2006, No 50, art. 5279; 2007, No 46, art. 5557, No 50, art. 6246; 2008, No 29 (p. I), art. 3418, No 30 (p. II), art. 3616, No 49, art. 5748; 2009, No 1, art. 30, No 29, art. 3625; 2010, No 27, art. 3425, No 48, art. 6246; 2011, No 23, art. 3253, No 25, art. 3534, No 30 (p. I), art. 4590, art. 4596, No 45, art. 6335, No 48, art. 6728; 2012, No 18, art. 2128, No 25, art. 3268, No 31 art. 4321.

<3> Order of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation dated 20 August, 2009, No 140 "On validation of General rules of ships navigation and anchorage at seaports of the Russian Federation and approaches to them" (registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on 24 September, 2009, registration No 14863) with amendments made by order of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation dated 22 March, 2010, No 69 (registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on 29 April, 2010, registration No 17054).

 

2. These Bylaws include the description of the seaport of Vyborg (hereinafter referred to as "the seaport"); regulations for the ships entering and leaving the seaport; rules of navigation in the seaport waters; vessel traffic service zone description and navigation rules in this zone; rules of ships staying at the seaport and indication of their berthing place; regulation of ecological safety; quarantine regulations in the seaport; rules of radio communication on the seaport territory and in the seaport waters; the seaport boundary information; sea areas A1 and A2 boundary information of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System; the seaport technical abilities information for port entry; navigation period information; information on the areas of compulsory and free pilotage; the seaport waters depths; dangerous cargoes processing; ice navigation in the seaport; information transferred by captains of ships staying at the seaport in the event of acts of unlawful interference hazards; navigational and hydrometeorological information transferred to captains of the ships staying at the seaport; other information specified by normative legal acts of the Russian Federation related to merchant shipping.   

3. These Bylaws are to be executed by ships of any national or departmental identity and by private and juridical persons, working in the seaport, irrespective of their legal form of activity and property.

4. Navigation of ships in the seaport and at the approaches to it, and staying in port waters are to be carried out according to the General rules and the present Bylaws.

 

 

                                       II. Seaport description                  

 

5. The seaport is located in the Vyborg Gulf of the Baltic Sea.

6. The seaport limits were designated by the Order of the Russian Federation Government of 14 November, 2009, No 1723-р <1>.

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<1> Collection of Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation, No 47, art. 5700.

 

7. Hydrometeorological conditions for navigation in the seaport are the following:

south, southwest and west winds prevail;

sea water level, which can be defined by graduated poles installed at wharves Nos 1,6,10, is subject to non-recurrent fluctuation of wind-tide nature. It has season changes: the main minimum level is from March till May, in June it raises and reaches maximum in October;

surge of the sea may reach 2.5 m with stormy south and southwest winds;

wind currents are prevailing over constant currents, especially in autumn and winter;

maximum ice thickness is up to 70-90 cm.

8. Navigation in the seaport lasts all year round.

The seaport provides a shelter for ships in stormy weather.

9. The seaport is part of operating zone of sea areas A1 and A2 of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (hereinafter referred to as "GMDSS").

The seaport is available 24 hours a day, there works a cargo-passenger multilateral constant checkpoint at the state border of the Russian Federation<1>.

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<1> The Russian Federation Government order of 20 November, 2008, No1724-р (Collection of Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation, 2008 No 49, art.5844).

 

10. Information on the fairways and canals of the seaport is given in Appendix No 1 to these Bylaws..

11. Cargo handling operations, including dangerous goods, are carried out in the seaport.

Information about the seaport technical parameters for ships calling at the port is given in chapter X of the Bylaws and in Appendix No 2 to these Bylaws.

12. The seaport provides supply of ships with foodstuff, fuel, fresh water. It performs reception of sewage and oily water, all categories of garbage.

13. Tug assistance is available.  

Information on minimum number and power of tugboats for mooring operations in the seaport waters is given in Appendix No 3 to these Bylaws.

      14. Pilotage is compulsory within the limits of the seaport waters.

15. Ice-breaker assistance for convoy starts with the beginning of ice formation and is carried out according to the General rules and these Bylaws. Limitation of ice navigation regime in the seaport waters is given in Appendix No 4 to these Bylaws.

16. Information on the channels of Very High Frequency (hereinafter referred to as "VHF") for communication in the seaport is given in Appendix No 5 to these Bylaws.

17. Information on places of anchorage at the approaches to the seaport and in the seaport is given in Appendix No 6 to these Bylaws.

18. Information on the inland waters of the seaport, the strait Gvardeyskiy proliv and the Brusnichnoye Lock is given in Appendix No 7 to these Bylaws.

      19. Information on light beacons and channel buoys of the seaport is given in Appendix No 8 to these Bylaws.

20. Information on radio transmission schedule of GMDSS radio center is given in Appendix No 9 to these Bylaws.

 

 

III. Rules of entering and leaving the seaport

 

21. Information about ship's entering the seaport is reported to the Harbour Master according to the General rules on the website: www.portcall.marinet.ru.

22. Ship's clearing in and clearing out are performed twenty four hours a day.

 

 

 

 

IV. Navigation in the seaport waters

 

 

23. A regulatory procedure of ships traffic and anchorage in the seaport is carried out according to the schedule (hereinafter referred to as "daily schedule"). The daily schedule is approved by the Harbour Master every day and is based on the information about ships calling at the seaport, which is reported in compliance with item 21 of these Bylaws and is placed on the website: www.pasp.ru.

24. Ships traffic in the seaport waters, going to anchor and leaving the anchorage are regulated by the Vessel Traffic Service (hereinafter referred to as "VTS") in accordance with the daily schedule.

25. Entering and leaving the port is permitted:

in the day time for the vessels:

  less than 135 m in length;

  draught not more than 6.5 m;

at night time for the vessels:

  less than 105 m in length, draught less than 6.2 m;

        from 105 m up to 125 m in length, draught up to 6 m.

26. Ships traffic through the Saymenskiy fairway is available for vessels less than 82.5 m in length, less than 12.6 m in breadth, air draught up to 24.5 m and draught up to 4.35 m, at the water level up to minus 45 cm from the zero mark of Kronshtadt sea guide. 

27. Maximum speed available for ships traffic :

through the Vyborgskiy Morskoy Kanal - 8 knots;

      through the Saymenskiy fairway - 6 knots;

from light beacons Nos 13 and 14 up to light beacon No 28 - 4.5 knots.

28. Two-direction traffic is performed in the seaport, except the sections with one-direction traffic:

in the inner seaport waters;

      from Hallikivi buoys to Ityapalu portside light buoy;

from light beacon No 10 to light beacon No 28.

 

 29. In the sections with one-direction traffic :

 vessels entering the seaport by the Vyborgskiy Morskoy Kanal are to keep out of the way of outbound vessels;

 vessels proceeding southward from the Brusnichnoye Lock through the Saymenskiy fairway are to keep out of the way of vessels proceeding to the Saymenskiy Kanal;

 a give-way vessel is to keep her course not closer than 5 cables from the area limits.

30. At a wind speed more than 15 m/sec it is prohibited:

to navigate ships more than 105 m in length;

      to carry out shifting operations.

At a wind speed more than 18 m/sec and visibility less than 10 cables it is prohibited to navigate ships in the seaport waters, except salvage ships.

31. Swinging of ships is executed in the following areas of the seaport:

 in the Vyborgskiy Morskoy Kanal- from Ityapalu portside light buoy to Dubovyy light beacon;

 in the Saymenskiy fairway in the strait Gvardeyskiy proliv - between the automobile and railway bridges.

32. The Vyborgskiy Morskoy Kanal is the main fairway relatively to the Saymenskiy fairway and the Pribrezhnyy fairway. 

33. Going out to running trials and proceeding from running trials of ships built or repaired at the Vyborg ship-building yard are performed during daylight hours only.

34. The area of compulsory pilotage in the seaport of Vyborg is adjoining to the area of compulsory pilotage of the seaport of Vysotsk.

Pilotage of inbound vessels, outbound vessels or vessels in transit through the port waters is performed without changing a pilot at the boundary of the Vyborg seaport, which is adjoining to the boundary of the seaport of Vysotsk. 

35. Embarking and disembarking pilots are performed:

for ships bound for the seaport from south - at midchannel light buoy Lotsmanskiy in position Lat. 60°34,08' N, Long.028°23,87'E;

for ships bound from the sea port southward - at midchannel light buoy Lotsmanskiy in position Lat. 60°34,20'N, Long.028°23,60' E;

for ships bound for the seaport from the Saymenskiy Kanal and from the seaport to the Saymenskiy Kanal - at the pier of the Brusnichnoye Lock;

at piers and anchorages of the seaport.

      36. Vessels requiring a pilot service make a request as prescribed by item 21 of these Bylaws, which is to be confirmed 2 hours before arriving at the point of embarkation and disembarkation of a pilot.

37. Pilotage is not compulsory for:

small size vessels;   

      sport sailing vessels;

ships engaged in coastal fishing;

      vessels providing service and supply of ships staying within the seaport waters and at the approaches to the port, port fleet vessels with gross tonnage less than 100 and draught less than 4 m.

 

 

                            V. Description of the Vessel Traffic Service operating zone

 and rules of navigation in this zone

 

 

      38. The Regional Vessel Traffic Service (hereinafter referred to as "RVTS"), which includes the VTS of the

seaport of Vysotsk, operates in the eastern area of the Gulf of Finland, limited by meridian 026°30,0' E, within the Russian Federation territorial sea.

The seaport VTS operating zone covers the port waters of the seaports of Vysotsk and Vyborg.

      39. Operation and control of traffic in the seaport is carried out by the VTS by means of automatic identification system.

40. The inward bound and outward bound vessels are to perform communication with the Harbour Master service on VHF Channel 12, call sign "Vyborg-Radio-5".

 41. Communication with the VTS station is performed 24 hours a day on VHF Channels 12 and 69, call sign "Vysotsk-Traffic".

42. Permission for going to anchor, leaving the anchorage, approaching the berths and leaving the berths, for berthing and unberthing, starting traffic through the canal towards the lock or from the lock and shifting the berth is obtained from the VTS .

      In case the traffic did not start within 20 minutes, the permission for traffic clearance is to be requested by the vessel once again.

The VTS station is to report the Harbour Master about the traffic clearance given to the ship.

 43. Vessels in the seaport are required to communicate with the VTS station on VHF Channel 12 giving information about:

      beginning and finishing of pilotage;

      traffic information when leaving the anchorage and leaving the berth;

going to anchor, berthing;

      passing Hallikivi light beacon and Ityapalu portside light buoy abeam the ship.

 

 

VI. Rules of ships staying in the seaport

  and indication of their anchorage

 

44. Staying of ships bound for the port, for the Saymenskiy Kanal and from it, is available at anchorages Nos 18, 18А, 18Б, 18В, 18Г, 18Д, 19, 20, and at the wharves of the seaport.

45. Mooring to berths is carried out by mooring linesmen, whose number depends on the ship's gross tonnage:

for ship of less than 500 gross tonnage - 1 mooring linesman;

for ship of between 501 and 3,000 gross tonnage - not less than 2 mooring linesmen;

for ship of between 3,001 and 10,000 gross tonnage - not less than 3 mooring linesmen.

The Chief mooring man must be provided with radio communication with the ship being moored

46. Twin propeller ships equipped with thruster are exempted from tug assistance for mooring operations.

      47. The ice at the berth should be broken completely and crushed before mooring operations start.

48. Ships are prohibited:

to let go the anchor at a distance more than 50 m from the berth edge during berthing operations;

      to leave the dropped anchor at a distance more than 20 m from the berth edge on termination of berthing.

49. It is permitted to berth two or more ships one alongside another provided their total breadth does not exceed: at berths Nos 7,8, 9, 10 - 50 m; 

  at other berths - 40 m.

50. When berthing, an angle between the centreplane of the ship and the berth edge must not exceed 15 degrees at the moment of touching the berth.

51. When staying at berth, vessels are permitted to turn propellers for a short time at minimum revolutions to carry out functional check of main engines before departure, in emergency situations for the safety of the crew and the ship, to provide security of hydrotechnical facilities and prevention of environmental pollution.

 During berthing operations it is permitted to turn propellers at slow and dead slow speed at a distance less than 15 m from the berth edge.

52. It is prohibited at a wind speed:

 exceeding 10 m/sec - to shift non-propelled vessels in the inland water area;

 exceeding 12 m/sec - to shift vessels along the berths using mooring lines;

 exceeding 15 m/sec - to shift self-propelled floating cranes.

53. Shifting vessels for not more than 50 m away is carried out without tug and pilot assistance, main engines of the vessel being on stand by.

 

 

VII. Ensuring of environmental safety

  and quarantine in the seaport

 

54. The seaport provides reception of oily water, sewage and garbage prescribed by regulations of Annexes I,IV and V of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships , 1973 <1>.

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<1> Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 30 September, 1983, No 947 "On accession of the USSR to the Protocol of 1978 to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships,1973" (Resolution of the Council of Ministers, September 1983, p.127).

 

55. Residues shall be discharged to special service ships or special service trucks.

      56. Before leaving the port, ships are to discharge their waste and garbage to the reception facilities, except food waste and oily water, in quantity not more than 25% of the storage tank. 

57. All ships engaged in cargo or bunkering operations must be guarded with floating booms during oil handling and taking bunker.  

Booms are not to be installed during ice-breaker operations in the port waters.

58. Discharge of segregated ballast is permitted provided the ballast was taken or replaced in the area of North-East Atlantic and in the North sea at a distance not less than 50 nm from the nearest land, and in the areas with sea depth not less than 200 m; each operation shall be recorded in the ship's ballast record book.

59. A ship with a sick person on board with symptoms suggesting a dangerous infection is to be moored at quarantine anchorage No 19 with all the crew, passengers and cargo for performing epidemic preventive procedures.

 

 

 

 

VIII. Rules of use of special means of communication

     on the seaport territory and in port waters

 

60. Ships staying at the seaport must maintain a continuous watch on VHF Channel 12.

      61. Information about extra means of communication, including information about telephone numbers, is to be notified to mariners by the Harbour Master.

62. Radio communication not dealing with navigation safety on VHF Channels 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 30, 67, 69, 73  and 74 is prohibited.

 

 

IX. Information about the boundaries of sea areas A1 and A2

 of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

 

63. In the seaport waters there are GMDSS sea areas A1 and A2, which are informatively connected with Rescue Coordination Centre "Saint-Petersburg".

64. Communication with vessels in GMDSS sea area A1 is provided by the shore station of Vysotsk with range 32 nm centered in position Lat. 60°20,00'N and Long. 028°33,00' E.

65. Communication in GMDSS sea area A2 is provided by the shore stations Saint-Petersburg, Gorki, Karavaldayskiy peninsula with range from 200 nm to 250 nm centered in position Lat. 59°59,00' N, Long. 029°07,00' E.

 

X. Information about the seaport technical parameters for berthing

and the seaport waters depths

 

66. The seaport is available for ships less than 135 m length, breadth up to 25 m and draught up to 6.5 m.

67. Berths Nos 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 13 are used for cargo handling operations.

      68. Berth No 1 is used for embarkation and disembarkation of passengers.

69. Information about the seaport technical parameters for ships berthing is given in Appendix No 2 to these Bylaws.

      70. The Harbour Master notifies the mariners of all necessary information annually and in the event of any changes in the depths of the port waters, depth alongside the berths, safe draught of ships.

 

XI. Information on dangerous goods handling  

 

71. Handling of dangerous goods of International Maritime Organisation (hereinafter referred to as "IMO") classes 4,5 and 9 is available in the seaport.

72. Handling of dangerous goods is carried out when only one vessel is lying alongside the berth.

 

XII. Information on ice navigation in the seaport

 

73. The period of ice-breaker assistance for ships starts in the beginning of ice formation in the Viborgskiy Gulf and completes when the Gulf is finally free of ice.

Start and completion of ice-breaker assistance period in the port waters and approaches to the seaport are announced by the Harbour Master.

74. The Ice Operations Headquarters is set up to provide ice-breaker assistance to ships in the eastern area of the Gulf of Finland. 

75. Information about the ship's Expected Time of Arrival at the Convoy Meeting Point (hereinafter referred to as "CMP") is sent 72 hours in advance and confirmed 24 hours prior to the calculated time of arrival at CMP, according to item 21 of these Bylaws.

The schedule and place number of ships at the same time proceeding in convoy are arranged by the Harbour Master at 1000 hrs local time daily and given on website: www.pasp.ru. In the event of complications of ice conditions and necessity to update the information, the time and order of ships passing through the ice channel are specified by 2000 hrs local time daily and placed on the website.

 76. Depending on the ice situation forecast in the seaport waters, the Harbour Master is to impose restrictions of ice navigation according to Appendix No 4 to these Bylaws and give the location of CMP. The information about ice navigation restrictions and location of CMP is given on the website: www.pasp.ru  not later than 14 days before the supposed date when they come into force.

 77. Incoming ships are to proceed to CMP using VTS directions. Ships unable to approach CMP by their own power are provided with ice-breaker assistance on request of their shipowner (captain of the ship). In ice navigation period any ship proceeding inward or outward shall ensure manual mode of the main engine control.

 78. Ice-breaker assistance is performed by port and liner ice-breakers in ice convoy. In the event a vessel cannot proceed in convoy, she may request an individual ice-breaker assistance which is arranged upon availability of ice-breakers not engaged in ice convoy.

 79. Formation of ice convoys for entering the seaport is made according to item 75 of these Bylaws by the Harbour Master and is based on:  

- time of ship's approach to CMP;  

- time of submission of the request for entering the seaport;  

- priority order of ships traffic established by General rules;  

- ice restrictions.  

On arrival at CMP the ship is to communicate with an ice-breaker by VHF and act according to the directions given by the ice-breaker's captain. If necessary, VTS should assist the ship to communicate with the ice-breaker. 

80. Depending on the actual ice conditions in the seaport waters, ship's dimensions and characteristics, ships may follow the route without assistance using VTS directions.  

When proceeding without ice-breaker assistance, ships must report the ice conditions en route while passing reporting points.

      81. Ships proceeding in ice convoy are to change VHF channels as directed by the ice-breaker.

82 The ice-breaker only is permitted to split off the ice around the vessels which got stuck.

      83. Sufficient fuel capacity, provisions and stock of fresh water must be available for the ship for a period of not less than 14 days from the time of arrival at CMP to enter the sea port. Should a vessel be waiting for the ice-breaker assistance more than 14 days from the time of arrival at CMP, the Harbour Master is to take proper measures to conduct the vessel to the sea port.

 

XIII. Information on the reports of captains of ships staying at the seaport

   in case of hazard of unlawful interference act

 

84. If there occurs a hazard of unlawful interference act in the seaport, a ship's captain or a security officer without delay must report it to the port facility security officer as well as to the Harbour Master.

85. Information about the security level of port facilities and ships staying at the seaport as well as any changes in the security levels must be reported to the Harbour Master.

86. Announcements about hazards of unlawful interference acts in the seaport as well as the security level changes and confirmation of the reception of these announcements are made immediately on VHF channels after the announced circumstances occur.

87. All the incidents related to finding precarious objects or explosive devices, signs of preparing and realization of unlawful interference acts, facts of illegal boarding a ship, receiving any information about facts of preparation for terrorism, and of all infractions or dubious persons in the seaport are to be immediately reported by the captains to the Harbour Master and the port facility security officer on VHF channels and via additional means of communication  which must be brought to the notice of all concerned persons by the Harbour Master.

 

XIV. Transmission of navigational and hydrometeorological information

                                  for captains of ships staying  at the seaport

 

88. Information about the time schedule of radio transmission of the GMDSS radio centre is given in Appendix No 9 to these Bylaws. The GMDSS radio centre transmits hydrometeorological, ice and navigational warnings.

89. At 1200 hrs Moscow time the Harbour Master daily on VHF Channel 12 announces to ships the following navigational and hydrometeorological information:

-meteorological information and warnings; 

-navigational aids information;

-information about the mode of operation of hydraulic structures (any alterations); 

-information about depths in the seaport waters and permissible drafts;

-information about restrictions of navigation in the seaport waters;

-information about the factors obstructing ships traffic;

-information about water level in the seaport.

90.The Harbour Master makes announcement on VHF Channel 12 or by email and in writing via a ship's agent about the urgent navigational and hydrometeorological information including storm warnings to ships lying at berths and at anchor in the seaport, immediately on getting such information.  

 

Appendix No 1

to Bylaws

(item 10)

 

FAIRWAYS AND SEAPORT CANALS

 

 NAME OF           FAIRWAY  

 (CANAL)

 POSITION OF FAIRWAY

 

        (CANAL)    

 LENGTH,

nautical miles      
(meters)

 WIDTH,              meters

  DEPTH,

(meters)

       DECLARED

  DRAFT,
(meters)

                            Main fairway                           


Vyborgskiy Morskoy

Kanal

Section of Vyborgskiy Morskoy Kanal from

south boundaries of the seaport

(Lat.60°37,30'N.,

Long.028°33,48'E.)
to the seaport of

Vyborg
(Lat.60°42,24'N.,    Long.028°43,65'E.)   

  7.37 
(13,420)

 55 - 
 95.7 

 6.8 - 7

    6.5    

            Adjoining fairways and canals relative to the main  

Saymenskiy fairway  

Saymenskiy  fairway from Saymenskiy Peredniy light buoy (Lat.60°41,93'N.,
Long.028°42,80'E.)   to Brusnichnoye Lock   
(Lat.60°48,60'N.,
 Long.028°44,35'E.)

  7.89 
(14,360)

35.9 -
 57.1 

   5.4  

    4.35   
(at water level not lower-0.45m)

Pribrezhnyy fairway

Pribrezhnyy fairway from light buoy Vyborg North (Lat.60°42,30'N.,    Long.028°43,90'E.)
to the intersection with Saymenskiy fairway

  1.19 
 (2,204)

  70  

    3   

Not declared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix  No 2

to Bylaws

(item 11,69)

 

 

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS  FOR BERTHING IN THE SEAPORT

 

 

 

    Berths

 

      Berth position   

  Berth technical parameters

    Latitude

   Longitude

 Berth length
   (meters)  

  Depth at berth
  designed/actual

     (meters)                               

   Berth No 1

  60°42,86'N  

 028°43,87'E 

    111.7    

       4.4/4.3      

   Berth No 2 <1>

  60°42,81'N  

 028°43,80'E 

      68     

          -         

   Berth No 3 <1>

  60°42,78'N  

 028°43,82'E 

      80     

          -         

   Berth No 4 <1>

  60°42,74'N  

 028°43,84'E 

      80     

          -         

   Berth No 5

  60°42,69'N  

 028°43,87'E 

     130     

        6/5.8       

   Berth No 6   

  60°42,63'N  

 028°43,91'E 

    103.3    

        7/6.9       

   Berth No 7   

  60°42,58'N  

 028°43,97'E 

     130     

        7/7.1       

   Berth No 8   

  60°42,52'N  

 028°44,05'E 

     130     

      8.25/8/.1      

   Berth No 9   

  60°42,47'N  

 028°44,14'E 

     130     

      8.25/7.9      

   Berth No 10   

  60°42,41'N  

 028°44,22'E 

     130     

      8.25/7.7      

 Berth No 11 <1>

  60°42,36'N  

 028°44,31'E 

     75.4    

          -         

 Berth No 12 <1>

  60°42,32'N  

 028°44,31'E 

     150     

          -         

 Berth oN 13 <2>

  60°42,25'N  

 028°44,31'E 

    167.8    

       8.5/6.7      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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<1> Berths Nos 2, 3, 4, 11, 12 are completely out of operation (out of order) 

<2> Berth No 13 - discharge of wine stock from tankers and lay by of vessels with draft of less than 6.3 m   are available. 

 

 

 

                                                                                                    Appendix No 3

                                                                                                    to Bylaws

                                                                                                      (item 13)

 

                 MINIMUM QUANTITY AND POWER OF TUGBOATS

                  FOR MOORING OPERATIONS IN THE SEAPORT

 

 

     Ship's parameters      

  Minimum quantity of tugboats and

their power in kilowatts (not less)

   mooring      

    unmooring    

 Vessel over 5,000 d.w.

      1 x 740     

      1 x 740      

 Length more than 110m

      1 x 740     

      1 x 740      

 Draft more than 5m

      1 x 740     

      1 x 740      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                              Appendix No 4

                                                                                                   to Bylaws

 (items 15,76)

 

RESTRICTIONS  OF ICE NAVIGATION CONDITIONS  IN THE SEAPORT WATERS <1>

 

--------------------------------

<1> Classification of ice strengthening is given in classification regulations of the Russian Maritime Register of  Shipping

 

   Ice situation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Ships allowed to navigate in ice with ice-breaker assistance or without assistance

 Ships  allowed to navigate in ice only with ice-breaker assistance   

  Ships not allowed to navigate in ice 

  Solid ice cover thickness 10-15cm

Ships of Ice Class 1

 and higher 

Not Ice Class

    ships  

 

       Tows

  Solid ice cover thickness 15-30 cm

 Ships of Ice Class 2

 and higher 

 Ships of Ice

    Class 1            

  Not Ice Class                          
   ships, tows         

  Solid ice cover    thickness 30-40 cm 

 Ships of Ice Class 3

    and higher  

 Ships of Class     Ice 1 and Ice 2

  Not Ice Class  

   ships, tows     

  Solid ice cover thickness more than 40 cm 

Ships of Class Arc4
      and higher         

 Ships of Class
 Ice 2 и Ice 3 

 Not Ice Class ships and Class Ice1, tows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix No 5

to Bylaws

(item 16)

 

VHF COMMUNICATION CHANNELS USED IN THE SEAPORT

 

 

 

 

    Subscriber

 

 

 

 Channels of Very High Frequency

 

     Call sign  

 

  Calling  

  channel

 
Operating

 channel    

 

  Reserve

  channel    

Control centre of Harbour Master service of the seaport of Vysotsk

     12    

    12    

    68    

 Vyborg-Radio-5

 

Port fleet vessels

     73    

    73    

    12    

   Ship's name

 

 

    Seaport traffic manager

     9     

     9    

     -    

  Vyborg-Radio-2

 Seaport vessel        traffic service    centre

     69    

    69    

    12    

 

 Vysotsk-Traffic 

   Traffic manager of Pilot service

     10    

    10    

    12    

 

  Vyborg-Pilot 

  Pilot boat

 

     10    

    10    

    12    

      Pilot

     Dolphin

    Port State Control Inspector   

     11    

     6    

     -    

Vyborg-Radio-11

 

 

 

Appendix No 6

to Bylaws

(item 17)

                                            PLACES OF ANCHORAGE

AT THE SEAPORT APPROACHES AND IN THE SEAPORT

 

      Northwestward of the island of Vihrevoi:

anchorage No 18 is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:

1. Lat. 60°31,93' N., Long.028°22,65' E.;

2. Lat. 60°32,82' N., Long.028°22,65' E.;

      3. Lat. 60°32,82' N., Long.028°23,53' E.;

      4. Lat. 60°31,93' N., Long.028°23,53' E. 

The least depth is 18.5 m, bottom - silt, sand.

On the Bolshoy Tranzundskiy Reyd:   

anchorage No 18A is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:

1. Lat. 60°34,98' N., Long. 028°29,42' E.; 

      2. Lat. 60°35,26' N., Long. 028°30,00' E.;

3. Lat. 60°34,98' N., Long. 028°30,60' E.;

      4. Lat. 60°34,70' N., Long. 028°30,05' E.

The least depth is 15.6 m, bottom - silt, sand.

anchorage No 18Б is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:

      1. Lat. 60°36,12' N., Long.028°27,65' E;

      2. Lat. 60°36,55' N., Long. 028°28,48' E.;

3. Lat. 60°36,22' N., Long. 028°29,20' E.;

      4. Lat. 60°35,78' N., Long.028°28,40' E.

The least depth is 11 m, bottom - silt.  

On the Malyy Tranzundskiy Reyd:  

anchorage No 18В is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:

1. Lat. 60°37,02' N., Long. 028°30,30' E.;

      2. Lat. 60°37,27' N., Long. 028°31,38' E.; 

      3. Lat. 60°36,84' N., Long. 028°31,80' E.,

4. Lat. 60°36,59' N., Long. 028°30,73' E.  

The least depth is 11.4 m, bottom - silt, sand. 

Northwestward of Halli rock:

anchorage No 18Г is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:  

1. Lat. 60°24,80' N., Long. 028°03,00' E.;  

2. Lat. 60°25,30' N., Long. 028°02,70' E.;  

3. Lat. 60°25,60' N., Long. 028°04,70' E.; 

4. Lat. 60°25,10' N., Long. 028°05,00' E.;   

The least depth is 32 m, bottom -silt.    

Anchorage No 18Д is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:  

1. Lat. 60°33,56' N., Long. 028°21,64' E.;  

2. Lat. 60°33,86' N., Long. 028°20,97' E.;     

3. Lat. 60°34,53' N., Long. 028°22,16' E.;    

4. Lat. 60°34,23' N., Long. 028°22,84' E.   

The least depth is 20.1 m, bottom - silt.   

Anchorage No 19 is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position: 

1. Lat. 60°38,66' N., Long. 028°36,00' E.;

2. Lat. 60°38,96' N., Long. 028°36,56' E.;  

3. Lat. 60°38,48' N., Long. 028°36,50' E.  

The least depth is 10.2 m, bottom - fine sand.

      Anchorage No 20 is limited by straight lines connecting points enclosed by position:

1.     Lat. 60°40,54' N., Long.028°38,62' E.;  

2.     Lat. 60°40,64' N., Long.028°39,00' E.; 

3.     Lat. 60°40,47' N., Long. 028°39,20' E.;

4.     Lat. 60°40,38' N., Long. 028°38,84' E..

The least depth is 13 m, bottom - silt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix No 7

to Bylaws

(item 18)

 

INNER SEAPORT WATERS,

STRAIT GVARDEYSKIY PROLIV AND BRUSNICHNOYE LOCK

 

The inner water area of the seaport is a section located southwestward of the edges of berths Nos 1-15. 

The strait Gvardeyskiy Proliv separates Gvardeyskiy island (lat. 60°44,00' N., long. 028°42,00' E.) from the mainland. Automobile and railway bridges are built across the strait. The Saymenskiy fairway goes through the strait. 

The Brusnichnoye Lock (lat. 60°48,31' N., long.028°44,23' E.) connects the Saymenskiy Fairway and the Saymenskiy Kanal . It is located in the bight Novinskiy and is the first lock of the Saymenskiy Kanal. 

 

 

 

 

Appendix No 8

to Bylaws

(item 19)

 

          LIGHT BEACONS, FAIRWAY AND CHANNEL BUOYS OF THE SEAPORT

 

 
  nos

 

 

        NAME      

 

              POSITION            

     Latitude

      Longitude

 1 

  Lotsmanskiy buoy

    60°34,50'N    

    028°24,50'E   

 2 

  Portside light beacon

     Hallikivi        

    60°36,37'N    

    028°31,88'E   

 3 

  Starboard side light           beacon Hallikivi  

    60°36,38'N    

    028°32,10'E   

 4 

    Light beacon

     Saymenskiy

    60°41,86'N    

    028°42,84'E   

 5 

 Light beacon Dubovyy 

    60°40,20'N    

    028°38,90'E   

 6 

Light beacon Hallikivi
        first       

    60°36,50'N    

    028°31,70'E   

 7 

  Light beacon No 10 

    60°46,10'N    

    028°41,80'E   

 8 

  Light beacon No 13

    60°46,30'N    

    028°42,30'E   

 9 

  Light beacon No 14

    60°46,40'N    

    028°42,20'E   

 10

  Light beacon No 28

    60°48,80'N    

    028°43,60'E   

 11

  Portside light beacon

        Ityapalu

 

 

    60°38,50'N    

    028°35,30'E   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                 Appendix No 9

                                                                                                      to Bylaws

 ( items 20,88)

 

                                   TIME SCHEDULE OF RADIO TRANSMISSION

                                             OF GMDSS RADIO CENTRE

 

UTC/Moscow  

time 

 

    Channel

 

 

     Mode

 

   Broadcast  

 

  Language  

23:33/03:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital selective call     

    (VHF)  

 

   Warnings

 

 

 

Russian/English

03:33/07:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital selective call        

     (VHF)

 

   Warnings,

 ice-breakers

   position

   
Russian/English

07:33/11:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital

selective call

     (VHF)


    Weather  

    forecast,

    warnings       

 

Russian/English

11:33/15:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital    

selective call

     (VHF)

      Ice report,warnings

 
Russian/English

15:33/19:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital selective call

      (VHF)

   Weather

   forecast,

   warnings

 

Russian/English            

19:33/23:33

     16, 70     
(01, 03, 26, 65)

   Digital selective call

     (VHF)

 

   Warnings

  Russian/English