The port is located on the northern part of Suez Gulf on the southern entrance of Suez Canal. it is bordered by an imaginery line extending from Ras Masala to Ras El-Sadat . It includes the area of the northern coast until Suez Canal entrance.
From Ras Massala to Ras El Sadat.
Bordered by an imaginary line extending between the two breakwaters.
Bordered by an imaginary line extending 140 degrees from the edge of the eastern breakwater until the western breakwater.
TThe boundaries of Ataka Port are delimited by the port breakwaters.
The water beyand the boundaries of Ibrahim Dock, Petroleum Dock, Ataka Port, Adabiya Port and New Petroleum Berth is within the Suez Canal draft.
The Maximum Capacity :
Vessels usually berth at the waiting area. The waterway was dredged at new Sakhra port and the coastal pier buoys to reach a consistent draft, estimated at 11.28 m. During tide, vessels up to 11.25 m. draft can approach the harbor provided that the draft not exceeding 12.19 m
Pilotage is compulsory, and it is monitored though radio (VHF – H/F) and electronic equipment (Radar Beacon).
Information about pilots
Berths Information according to their types
Port Services and Facilities
Gate(1): For hajij entrance.
Gate(4): For customs.
Gate(5): For Individuals' entrance.
Gate(6): For Individuals' departure.
Gate(7): For Emergency.
Gate(8): For enterence & departure of marine shipyard.
Gate(9): For entrance to& Departure from the southern berth.
Dry Dock : Suez shipyard company operates inside the port and undertakes all repairs of vessels of different types and tonnage.
The company owns a dry dock with 44*22m dimensions and 22 feets draught to accomodate vessels of tonnage upto 50000 ton.
Bunkering and Supplies
Security, Safety and Environmental Preservation capabilities.