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There are two boarding grounds in Noro Port.

  • Outer: Latitude 080 4’ South, Longitude 1570 12.1’ East
  • Inner: Latitude 0804’ South, Longitude 1570 11.8’ East

The preference on which boarding ground to choose is dependent on the Captain. The thinning channel can sometimes be heavy with traffic, so navigating in the direction of the leading lights at an angle of 1900 T is recommended.




Domestic / International berth



Services available:

  • Freshwater
  • Pilotage
  • Tug Boat
  • Reefer
  • Equipment – Forklifts, Empty Container Handlers, Loaded Container Handlers, Reach stackers.
  • Storage Capacity

For more details, see Services.

There is only one berthing wharf for all shipping vessels – international and domestic. There is no designated wharf for a landing craft. It is also a controlled area, so betel nut and alcohol is not permitted. Fines do apply.