07°12'37"S to 07°12'59"S
112°42'59"E to 112°44'11"E
Average of 28°C
The port of Tanjung Perak is located in the strait of Madura, in the northern part of the city of Madura.
Vessels proceeding to Tanjung Perak arrive by the Northern part of the Madura Strait. The distance between the pilot station
and the cruise berth is 25 nautical miles and vessels have to proceed with a maximum speed of 12 knots. The channel is large 100m with a minimum depth of -9m00 LWS.
The turning basin has a diametre of 400m with a minimum depth of -9m00 LWS.
The maximum size of vessels able to berth in Tanjung Perak is 270m LOA with a draft of 9m00.
The port is in compliance with the ISPS code.
Vessels cannot transit the Madura Strait from its Northern to Southern side as ther are very shallow waters between Surabaya and the island of Madura (about -3m00 LWS).
The maximum registered winds in Tanjung Perak are of 35 knots.
The average speed of the winds is 15 knots
The current which affect the port of Tanjung Perak is a tidal current. Its maximum speed is 3 knots.
Cruise ships have priority for berthing is Tanjung Perak.
Located in the front of the passenger terminal, the cruise berth is named Jamrud Utara long 500m with a minium depth of -9m00 LWS.
Compulsory. Available 24 hours/24.
A total of 10 tgs are available in Tanjung Perak of engine power ranging from 1,400 to 3,200 BHP each.
Available ex-pipe with a erate of delivery of 30m3/hour.
IFO180cst, MDO and MGO are available ex-barge.
To Surabaya downtown: 6 to 8 km.
To the island of Madura: about 30 min drive throught the new Samaradu bridge.
To Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park: 3.5 hours drive.
Last cruise ships in Tanjung Perak
Albatros in March 2010.
And following vessels are scheduled in the future
Crystal Symphony (2014), Rotterdam (2013), Seabourn Legend (2012), Seabourn Odyssey (2012 & 2013),