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Service Locations


Port of Colombo

The Port of Colombo is the largest and busiest port in Sri Lanka as well as in South Asia. It serves as an important terminal in Asia due to its strategic location in the Indian Ocean. Currently with a capacity of 4.1 million TEUs and a dredged depth of over 15 m (49 ft). The Colombo Harbour is one of the busiest ports in the world, and ranks among the top 35 ports. The Colombo Port currently has three container terminals. These terminals operate round the clock for faster turnaround time than any other operator in the region.

COORDINATES
LONGITUDE 79° 51' E
LATITUDE 06° 57' N

Port of Galle

The Port of Galle has 3 multipurpose berths with a depth of 7.3 meters. Maximum length of ships to enter the port is 130 meters because of the turning capacity in the port. Facilities available to handle all conventional cargo. The Galle Port is the only Sri Lankan port that provides facilities for pleasure Yachts. The International Yacht Society has recognized the Galle Port as one of the world's best attraction.

GALLE - COORDINATES
LONGITUDE 08° 14' E
LATITUDE 06° 02' N

Port of Trincomalee

The Trincomalee Harbour is the Fifth largest natural harbour in the World and the largest natural harbour in Sri Lanka. Trincomalee harbour is opening to the Indian Ocean and is one of the most strategic locations in the Indian Ocean. The available water and land area is about 10 times as much as the Port of Colombo. Trincomalee was tentatively identified to cater for bulk and break bulk cargo and port related industrial activities.

COORDINATES - TRINCOMALEE
LONGITUDE 81° 13' E
LATITUDE 08° 33' N

Port of Hambantota

Port of Hambantota is the Sri Lanka's largest port, after the Port of Colombo. It will service ships traveling along one of world's busiest shipping lines - the east-west shipping route which passes six to ten nautical miles (19 km) south of Hambantota. The first phase of the port project will provide bunkering, ship repair, ship building, and crew changes facilities. Later phases will raise capacity of the port up to 20 million TEUs per year. The mouth of the natural harbor at Hambantota has a 22m depth. The port will have a 1.5 km long breakwater, with a minimum basin depth of 17m. This is compared to the 15.5m depth of the Port of Colombo.

COORDINATES - HAMBANTOTA
LONGITUDE 81° 29″ E
LATITUDE 06°10″N