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Harbour depths in the central harbour basin and in the other harbour basins.


Central harbour basin:


Figure situation 1: The actual water level is Amsterdam Ordnance Datum (NAP). The maximum draught is 85 dm.

Figure situation 2: The actual water level is Amsterdam Ordnance Datum (NAP) + increase (rise) X The maximum draught is then 85 dm+ X, with a maximum of 89 dm in fresh water. The UKC (Under Keel Clearance) in Moerdijk Port is at least 5% of the actual draught, in this example, 4.5 dm. Remark: The increase/rise X can be negative. 


Other harbour basins in the port of Moerdijk:


Figure situation 1: The actual water level is Amsterdam Ordnance Datum (NAP). The maximum draught is 80 dm.

Figure situation 2: The actual water level is Amsterdam Ordnance Datum (NAP) + increase (rise) X. The maximum draught is then 80 dm+ X, with a maximum of 84 dm in fresh water. Remarks: The UKC (Under Keel Clearance) in Moerdijk Port is at least 5% of the actual draught and this applies for all waterways and harbours. The increase/rise X can be negative. The actual water depth in the mooring stages can vary with respect to the depths specified in the harbours. This is the responsibility of the owners of the facilities. In addition to the restrictions imposed by the Moerdijk Port Authority, other restrictions apply to the Oude Maas and Dordtse Kil waterways. These restrictions are the responsibility of the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management and the Rotterdam Port Authority. For vessels sailing from and to Moerdijk with a LOA > 175 metres, special exemption needs to be requested from the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management.


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