CAPE TOWN

Since construction in 1860 the port of Cape Town has developed into one of Southern Africa’s most important links in global foreign trade and is strategically located on the main sea route around Africa.

CAPE TOWN FACILITIES:

  • Robinson Dock (TNPA)
  • Sturrock Dock (TNPA)
  • Syncrolift
  • Repair Quay

ROBINSON DOCK (TNPA)

  • Length: 161.2 m
  • Length on bottom: 152.4 m
  • Entrance width: 20.5 m
  • Maximum width at bottom: 17.2 m
  • Vessel draught max: 14 m

 

STURROCK DOCK (TNPA)

  • Length: 360 m
  • Length on bottom: 350.4 m
  • Entrance width: 45.1 m
  • Maximum width at bottom: 34.4 m
  • Vessel draught max: 13.7 m

 

SYNCROLIFT

  • Vessels up to 1750 Tonnes.
  • Maximum length of vessel: 61 m
  • Maximum width of vessel: 15 m
  • 2 x 70 meter lanes
  • 1 x 55 meter lane
  • 2 x 75 meter lanes

REPAIR QUAY

  • 183m long repair quay with a draft of 12.5m and 5000m² of quayside area.  Full ISPS and secure access control.
  • 456m long repair quay with landing wall of 548m, draft of 12.5m and 4800m² of quayside area.
  • 497m² lay-up quay with depth of 10.7m and 20 000m² of quayside area.