The development of seaport system associated with social economic as an important issue
- Country : Vietnam
- Subject : Transport
The area for receiving and returning pilots is the water area for the ships to anchor and pick up pilots. Quarantine area is a delimited part of seaport waters where ships and boats anchor to quarantine. Storm shelters are limited areas of seaport waters for ships to anchor and avoid storms. Anchorage is a delimited portion of a seaport's waters where vessels anchoring or waiting for berths, oil and gas ships, awaiting transshipment, waiting to cross the channel or perform other related maritime services. Ship turnaround is a limitation of seaport waters for ships to return. Transshipment areas are the restricted areas of seaport water areas for vessels to anchor to carry goods and passengers. Boats include sea-going ships, military vessels, public-duty vessels, fishing ships, inland waterway vessels, hydroplanes and other watercraft. The shipowner is the owner of the vessel or its manager, charterer, operator or authorized person. Port land is limited to the construction of wharves, warehouses, yards, workshops, offices, service facilities, transportation, communications, electricity, water and other auxiliary facilities. And equipment installation. Port water areas are limited to establishing water areas in front of wharves, anchorage areas, transshipment zones, storm shelters, pilot embarkation and disembarkation zones and quarantine areas; to build seaport channels and other auxiliary works.