Layberth

Layberth

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Vessel Name
Todays Date - Month/Day/Year
Flag
Loa
Beam
Incoming Draft
ETA
ETD
Shore Power Connection Needed?
Yes
No
Shore Power Cable Needed?
Yes
No

Responsible Party Owner Information

Company/Owner Name
Office Address
Office Ph #
Office Fax #
Contact Person
Mobile Ph #

Agent Information

Agent Name
Office Address
Office Ph #
Office Fax #
Contact Person
Mobile Ph #
Email Address *

Invoicing Information

Invoice Delivery Preference (check one)*
Email
Mail
Both (email + physical mail)
Billing Email Address *
Billing Physical Address
Billing Contacts Full Name
Billing Contacts Phone Number
Acknowledgment of Fire Safety Plan

A FIRE SAFETY PLAN must be arranged with the City of Orange Fire Department before the vessel is left unattended by crew members by emailing to Jbilbo@orangetexas.gov, mlow@orangetexas.gov or by calling the Fire Department office at (409) 883-1050. By selecting this checkbox you acknowledge that you understand this requirement and will comply with creating a FIRE SAFETY PLAN.

About The Port

The Port of Orange became a deep-water port, open to the Gulf of Mexico and the world's oceans in 1916 when a 25-foot channel through Sabine Lake, past Sabine Pass, and out to the Gulf of Mexico was completed.

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Port Services

The Port of Orange On-Site Marine Services includes shipyards that can accomodate New Construction and Repairs of tugs, Barges and Offshore Petroleum Drilling Platforms along with Dry Dock Services for Barges and Tugs.

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