Port Infrastructure



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The new pier and cruise welcome centre opened on September 25th, 2007. The berth was lengthened by 113 meters. The berth is 183 meters (600.41 ft) long, with a depth of 13-13.5M (44.3ft)

Services Available

Berthage (effective 2007): 2 - East Berth 150M (492.1ft); South Berth 1 of 183M (600.4ft)
Berth depth (effective 2007): East Berth 7.0M(23ft); South Berth 13.5M (44.3ft)
Tidal range: 2.75 meters (9ft)
Channel depth: At lowest tide 10 meters (33ft)
Latitude: 46"23’N
Longitude: 63"07’W
Water Available: Yes
Lighting: Yes
Tidal Ranges: 2 meters (6.56 ft) Average between high and low tide
Open Gangways: Yes
Recycling: Upon request
Bunkering: Upon request (by truck)
Pilotage: Compulsory
Passenger Tax: Implemented in 2007
Security: Yes
Medical: Yes
Services Available: Fresh water, supplies, bunker and diesel fuel, gas and lubricants. Hospital & Airport. Port operations, security, Canada Customs, pilotage (compulsory)

Berth Specifications
South Berth

Construction: Reinforced concrete cribs (walls 800 mm thick)
Bollards: 50 tonne, varies 12-18 meters between bollards 200 tonne- 2 East, 2 West
Fendering System: Beta 500H Sumito vertical fenders; 4.6 metres centre to centre.
Turning Basin: 420 " meters (1375 " feet)
Deck Loading: 7.2 KPa (150 psf)

East Berth

Construction: Sheet Steel Pile
Bollards: 50 tonne every 30 meters 200 tonne- 2 East, 2 West
Fendering System: Vertical Low Friction Type
Turning Basin: 420 " meters (1375 " feet)
Deck Loading: 7.2 KPa (150 psf)

Click to download a detailed drawing of the Charlottetown Port Repair and Extension (Phase 1).