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Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959

The Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959

Published vide Notification Gazette of India, 1959, Part 2, Section 3(i), page 982.

2014

The Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959

Published vide Notification Gazette of India, 1959, Part 2, Section 3(i), page 982.

2014

G.S.R. 801, dated 3rd July, 1959. – In exercise of the powers conferred by Cl. (b) of sub-section (1) of Sec. 6 of the Indian Ports Act, 1908 (15 of 1908) and in supersession of the Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959 published with the Ministry of Transport and Communications (Department of Transport) Notification No. 9-PDI (150) /58, dated the 18th May, 1959, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, the same having been previously published as required by sub-section (2) of the said section, namely.

Rules

  1. Short title.– These rules may be called the Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959.
  2. Haldia to be anchorage.– The area within the limits specified in the Schedule shall be known as the Haldia Anchorage and be used by vessels for loading and unloading of cargo.
  3. User with approval of Port Commissioners.– The approval of the Commissioners for the Port of Calcutta shall be necessary for use of the anchorage for the purposes specified in rule 2.

The Schedule

Anchorage of Haldia

Haldia anchorage, situated off the right bank of the Hooghly River in the vicinity of the outfall of the Haldia River about 56′ nautical miles downstream of Calcutta, and defined as follows.

On the North. – A line drawn across the River Hooghly with Balari Tower (Latitude 22°-02′-51.9″ N Longitude 88°-07-19.4″ E) bearing 330°.

On the South. – A line drawn across the River Hooghly with old Mud Pt. Telegraph Office (Latitude 21°-55′-22.1″ N Longtiude 88°-07′-32.8″E) bearing 136°.

On the East. – The 12 foot contour on the eastern edge of Haldia Channel.

On the West. – Western Bank of the River Hooghly and including the mouth of the River Haldia up to Tamarind Tree Mark (approximately 1 mile upstream of Haldia Pt. Mark) bearing 056°.

G.S.R. 801, dated 3rd July, 1959. – In exercise of the powers conferred by Cl. (b) of sub-section (1) of Sec. 6 of the Indian Ports Act, 1908 (15 of 1908) and in supersession of the Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959 published with the Ministry of Transport and Communications (Department of Transport) Notification No. 9-PDI (150) /58, dated the 18th May, 1959, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, the same having been previously published as required by sub-section (2) of the said section, namely.
Rules

1. Short title. – These rules may be called the Calcutta Port (Haldia Anchorage) Rules, 1959.
2. Haldia to be anchorage. – The area within the limits specified in the Schedule shall be known as the Haldia Anchorage and be used by vessels for loading and unloading of cargo.
3. User with approval of Port Commissioners. – The approval of the Commissioners for the Port of Calcutta shall be necessary for use of the anchorage for the purposes specified in rule 2.
The Schedule

Anchorage of Haldia

Haldia anchorage, situated off the right bank of the Hooghly River in the vicinity of the outfall of the Haldia River about 56′ nautical miles downstream of Calcutta, and defined as follows.
On the North. – A line drawn across the River Hooghly with Balari Tower (Latitude 22°-02′-51.9″ N Longitude 88°-07-19.4″ E) bearing 330°.
On the South. – A line drawn across the River Hooghly with old Mud Pt. Telegraph Office (Latitude 21°-55′-22.1″ N Longtiude 88°-07′-32.8″E) bearing 136°.
On the East. – The 12 foot contour on the eastern edge of Haldia Channel.
On the West. – Western Bank of the River Hooghly and including the mouth of the River Haldia up to Tamarind Tree Mark (approximately 1 mile upstream of Haldia Pt. Mark) bearing 056°.

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