Kuala Linggi International Port
Kuala Sungai Linggi has been a maritime trading post since the 14th Century, the location taking after the name "Linggi" meaning "Stem" in Bugis. A look-out fort at Bukit Supai in the vicinity was built by the Dutch & the Bugis as a token of their friendship and partnership in trade.
Kuala Linggi continued to be utilised by small crafts engaged in barter trading and local fishing vessels until the advent of T.A.G. Marine Sdn. Bhd. providing Ship-to-Ship cargo transfer services since 2006 which has attracted a ULCC, VLCCs, LNGCs, LPG carriers and a host of other Aframax,Suezmax and Panamax ships.
- Gazetted port - P.U (B) 208 [JULY 2006] - Area 9nm by 5nm (18km x 10km)
- Government supported project – Ministry of Transport licensed Port Operator/Service Provider.
- Control and monitor by Marine Department Central Region
- Large sea room of Cargo Transhipment Area (“CTA”) - 5.6 nm X 2 nm (10.4km x 3.7km)
- Good under keel clearance - Depth of water ranging from 25 to 30 meters.
- Efficient Traffic Separation Scheme, Inshore Traffic Zone, VTIS facility, sufficient navigational aids.
- Complement neighbouring private terminals and conventional ports.
- Strategically located mid-way in the Straits of Malacca - Outside the shipping traffic choke-points.
- Position - Lat 02° 15.0 N Long 102° 59.3 E
- Operation - At anchor; berthing of ships are conducted by STS Superintendents / Mooring Master / Pilot and tugs. Floating storage vessels permitted. No restrictions on liquid cargo to be transferred.
- Nautical Miles Offshore: Approx 3-5 miles
- Type of Seabed: Sand Mud
- Depth of Water: 25m - 30m
- For further information on STS/Floating Storage/Anchorage at Linggi, please contact T.A.G. Marine Sdn Bhd at firstname.lastname@example.org