Reporting to the Center
Nagoya-Port Vessel Traffic Service Center

1.Report in Advance (report in accordance with Port Regulations Law)

To ensure safe navigation in the Port, Designated vessels are required to report to the Center according to the procedures described below.

(1) Reporting time, procedure, etc.


Vessels required to report

Report time

Means of report

Report addressee

Designated vessels navigating in the East, West, or North Waterway

The East Waterway
@Vessels of 270m or more in length
i Oil tanker of 5,000GT or more ) @

The West or North Waterway
Vessels of 175m or more in length
i Oil tanker of 5,000GT or more )

By noon of the day before the scheduled day to enter the waterway or the scheduled day to start navigation

Written (In case of mailed or faxed, confirm the control time with the Center) Contact the Center to confirm control time after reporting.

VHF radiophone
Call-up frequency: Ch 16
Communication frequency: Ch 12
(Call up gNagoya Coast Guard Radioh and request a connection to the Center.)

Radio telecommunications: JNT

DSC, NBDP: 004310401

Center

On-board telephone:

052-398-0715
(Scheduling Desk)
FAX:
052-398-0716
Address:
1, Kinjo3-chome,
Minato-ku
Nagoya


(2) Matters to be reported
Please report the items listed in the form(PDF). The following are the main items to be reported.

Name of vessel

Gross tonnage

Vessels Type

Call sign

Waterway to proceed

Estimated time of entering waterway or leaving the berth

(3) Report of Change

Any significant change in the previous report must be reported to the Center immediately.
Vessels should report to the Center in case of 10 minutes or more of change in the estimated time of entering waterway or leaving their berth.


VHF radiotelephone: Call frequency Ch 16; Communications frequency Ch 12
Call name: Nagoya Coast Guard Radio
Call up Nagoya Coast Guard Radio and request a connection to the Center.

On-bored telephone: 052-398-0715 (Scheduling Desk)

Radio telecommunications: JNT

DSC,NBDP: 004310401


2.Position Report


For the purpose of providing proper and effective information traffic control, the Center has to identify each vessel with radar. The vessel requested to report should send Position Report in the following formed way.

(1) Vessels required to report, time of report, etc.


Vessels required to report

Time of report

Means of report

Entrance

Vessels of 5,000GT or more

When passing the position reporting line

As for the vessels anchoring within the radar service area: when starting navigation.

VHF radiophone

Call name: Nagoya Harbor Rader

Call-up frequency: Ch 16

Communication frequency: Ch13, 14, 22

On-board telephone

052-398-0712 (Operations Desk)

Departure

Vessels of 5,000GT or more

Vessels of 500GT or more departing from the *Kinjo Zone only

When leaving the berth

Vessels anchoring within the radar service area: when starting navigation.
Kinjo Zone: North of the line extending from the south end of Kinjo Pier to the southeast end of the Tobishma wharf.

(2) Items to report


Entrance

1.Name of vessel
2.Estimated time of crossing the position reporting line or time of starting navigation
3.Abbreviated name of position reporting line (NW line, NS line)
4.Name of berth or anchoring position
5.Name of passage to navigate (East Passage, West Passage, North Passage)

Departure

1.Name of vessel
2.Estimated time of starting navigation
3.Name of berth or anchoring position
4.Name of passage to navigate (East Passage, West Passage, North Passage)



3.Keeping contact with the Center


Vessels requested to send Report in Advance and Position Report and required to keep continuous watch on VHF radiophone Ch 16 from two hours prior to the estimated time of crossing the position reporting line (as for vessels within the radar service area, from the estimated time of starting navigation) until they berth the pier or leave the radar service area.



Radar Service Area Diagram



Locations of Control Signal Stations




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