Bangkok Port

The Bangkok Port, popularly known as Klong Toey Port, is situated on the left side of the Chao Phraya River between km 26 and km 29 of the Klongtoey sub-district, Bangkok.

The entrance to the Chao Phraya River is marked by the Bangkok bar light beacon situated at Lat, 13° 26' N. Long. 100° 35' E.

Approach
The approach to the port is made through the bar channel which is 18 km in length, 100 metres wide in the reaches and 250 metres wide in the bend. The depth of the river within the port area varies from -8.5m to -11m below MSL. The limiting draught of vessels entering the port is determined by the bar adder plus the depth of water from LLW. The maximum LOA of vessels is 565 ft.

Pilotage
Pilotage within the Chao Phraya River upon entering or leaving the Bangkok Port is compulsory for all vessels.

Berthing
Vessels carrying cargoes and/or passengers must be berthed at the Bangkok Port only except when there is no available berth and/or special permission is granted.

A meeting for berthing allocation is held daily at 10.00 hours under the chairmanship of Director, Bangkok Port. First come, First served is the PAT regulation offered to vessels calling at the Bangkok Port.

Berth/Dolphin
Length (R.)
Number of berth

Limited length draught of Vessel (ft.)

Capacity

-Bangkok Port

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-West Quay (22A-22J)
5,446
10
565/27
10
-East Quay (20A-20F)
5,013
8
565/27
8
-36 Klongtoey Dolphins
4,590
-
565/27
7
-25 Bang Hua Sua Dolphins
5,120
-
565/27
8
-5 Mooring Buoys at
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-
-
-
-Sathupradit
5,182
-
450/26
5
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