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The Port of Brighton has three berths which can accommodate a variety of vessel operations
For more information on each berth, see the table below.
Berth 1 was constructed in 1995 and is 60 metres long. This Berth’s reconstruction commenced in 2007/2008 and was completed in 2009.
Originally constructed in 2004, Berth 2 is 354 metres long and was designed to accommodate Panamax sized vessels. Reconstruction of this berth was completed in 2017.
Berth 2 now supports the export of methanol from the nearby petrochemicals complex.
Berth 3 was constructed in 2011 and is 307 meters long. The berth, which has a concrete apron top, is owned by sister company National Energy and operated and managed by LABIDCO.