Crane Data

The Port Miami operates thirteen (13) Ship-to-Shore (STS) container handling gantry (quay) cranes on approximately six (6) 1,000 feet wharves. Currently; Cranes 8, 9 and 10 work on Wharves 1 and 2; and Cranes 16, 15 and 14 work on Wharves 3, 4 and 5;  Crane 13, 11, 12 and 7 works on Wharves 3, 4 and  5; and, Cranes 4, 5 and 6 work on Wharf 6. All wharves have 50(+2)  feet of draft except Wharf 1 which has 42 feet draft.: the only terminal in the Eastern Seaboard and Gulf of the US, Port South of Norfolk, Virginia. Below is a listing of the cranes, spreaders and cargo beams available to our customers:

Cranes

3 – Kocks 50LT Cranes 4-6 (1988) 5 – Bromma 50LT 20/40/45/2-20 Spreaders
4 – ZPMC 50LT Cranes 7-10 (1995) 6 – ZPMC 50LT 20/40/45/2-20 Spreaders
2 – ZPMC 65LT Cranes 11-12 (2005) 3 – ZPMC 65LT 20/40/45/2-20 Spreaders
4 – ZPMC 65LT Cranes 13-16 (2013) 7 – ZPMC 65LT 20/40/45/2-20 Sep Spreaders
1 – RAM 50LT Overheight Adaptor
4 – 70LT Cargo Beam (cranes 4-10)
1 – 75LT Cargo Beams (cranes 11-12)
2 – 100LT Cargo Beam (for cranes 13-16)

 

Port Miami Berth and Wharves Specifics

Rail gauge (existing) Rail-to-Rail 30.48 m 100 ft
Setback of waterside (WS) rail from outer face of fender (approx.): 9.84 m 32.3 ft
Setback from face of bulkhead (vehicle drive lane) 6.8 m 22.3 ft
Elevation of WS rail above MLWB (Mean Low Water Base) Dock surface above water (average) 3.74 m 12.28 ft
Berth Depth, Berths 2 thru 6, Berth 1 is -42′, – ONLY PORT South of Norfolk, VA and in the Gulf of Mexico 15.2 m -50 ft
Air Height (Harbor/Bridge) Restriction None None
Distance from Miami Harbor’s, Entrance Channel, Outer Buoy to Wharf 1 (with 2 – 1,500 ft Turning Basins) Approx. 3.4 NM

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