Port Overview - Pease Development Authority

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DIVISION OF PORTS AND HARBORS
PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Captain Geno J. Marconi, Port Director
DIVISION’S RESPONSIBILITIES
The management, maintenance, operation and maritime security of:
• The state’s only deep water, public access, general cargo marine terminal
• Passenger/ferry, commercial fishing and recreational vessel facilities in
Portsmouth, Rye and Hampton Harbors
• Permitting of moorings and placement of aids to navigation in tidal waters
• Licensing of harbor, river and docking pilots
• Maintaining and dredging channels, harbors and anchorages
• Establishing and maintaining Foreign-Trade Zones in New Hampshire
• Management of a Revolving Loan Fund for commercial fishermen
REVOLVING LOAN FUND
•Long term, low interest loans
•Sustainability of the industry
•Gear, Electronics, Vessels, Equipment, Permits
FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES
General Purpose Sites:
• Market Street Marine Terminal
• Portsmouth Industrial Park
• Dover Industrial Park
• Manchester Airport
• Pease International Tradeport
Manufacturing Subzones:
• Westinghouse Electric,
Newington
• Millipore Corporation, Jaffery
DREDGING
• Sponsoring agency for public dredging projects and holds the
NH Wetlands permits for public dredging projects
• Hampton/Seabrook anchorages are 100% the responsibility of the
state
• Federal maintenance projects are 100% federal funds
• Federal expansion projects are cost shared with New Hampshire
PROJECTS ARE DEPENDENT ON STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDING
PILOTAGE
A pilot is a licensed merchant mariner, who by qualification
and experience, is licensed by the US Coast Guard to act as a
pilot (guide) aboard vessels transiting local waters
designated as the “Pilotage Area”
A pilot must have experience and knowledge of the handling
characteristics of the various vessels which may from time to
time transit the pilotage area
Foreign flagged vessels and vessels over 10,000 gross
tons require a federal pilot
PILOTAGE (CONTINUED)
Federal regulation further allows that a “Local Authority” may set
more restrictive but not conflicting, pilotage regulations
The State of New Hampshire has designated that the Division shall
adopt regulations relative to the licensing of pilots
FEDERAL REQUIREMENT – 12 round trips, 2 must be in the dark
STATE REQUIREMENTS – 100 round trips, 25 in the dark, under
the direction of a licensed state pilot
Currently there are 4 licensed CLASS I State Pilots
HARBOR MANAGEMENT
Chief and Deputy Chief Harbor Masters are responsible for:
• Permitting of moorings in tidal waters
• Enforcement of mooring regulations
• Maintaining waitlists for moorings
• Permitting, placement and maintenance of non-federal nav-aids
HARBOR MANAGEMENT (CONTINUED)
1,500 Tidal moorings in areas adjacent to 13 communities
Local harbor masters for the following areas:
• Seabrook Harbor – 79 moorings
• Hampton Harbor – 197 moorings
• Rye Harbor and Gosport Harbor – 188 moorings
• Portsmouth Harbor, Little Harbor, Sagamore Creek and the Back Channel – 506
moorings
• The Piscatatqua, Cocheco, Bellamy, Oyster Rivers, Little and Great Bays – 474
moorings
• The Lamprey, Squamscott and Exeter Rivers – 40 moorings
395 COMMERCIAL MOORINGS IN STATE TIDAL WATERS
COMMERCIAL PIERS AND ASSOCIATED
FACILITIES
3 Commercial piers:
• Portsmouth Commercial Fish Pier
• Rye Harbor Marine Facility
• Hampton Harbor Marine Facility
PORTSMOUTH COMMERCIAL FISH PIER
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Commercial fishing activities only
55 commercial fishing vessels
25 overnight berthing
Retail sale of fuel and ice
RYE HARBOR MARINE FACILITY
Mixed uses
• 33 Commercial fishing vessels permitted
• 17 passenger vessels permitted
• 7 fishing “shacks”
• 7,345 vehicles parked
• 1,495 vessels launched
• 45 summer vessel storage and 34 winter vessel storage
• Retail sale of fuel
HAMPTON HARBOR MARINE FACILITY
Mixed uses
• 33 commercial fishing vessels permitted
• 11 passenger vessels permitted
• 7 fishing “shacks”
• 10,110 vehicles parked
• 2,855 vessels launched
• 25 winter vessel storage
• Retail sale of fuel
MARKET STREET MARINE TERMINAL
BURGE WHARF & BARKER WHARF
Isles of Shoals Steamship Co - Ferry to Isles of Shoals
Shoals Marine Laboratory
Star Island Corporation
Northeast Charter Captains
NH Fish & Game, DES & DOT
CARGO TERMINAL
600’ Berth w 35’ MLW
320’ Berth w 22’ MLW
New Hampshire’s Terminal
Deep water
General cargo
General use
Public access (security limitations)
SECURITY DOCK
• City of Portsmouth Fire Boat
• Harbor Master Boats
• Emergency responders
PUBLIC EVENTS
Tall ships
DIVISION OF PORTS AND HARBORS
Manage New Hampshire’s marine resources
Stimulate the economy and create jobs
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