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Location: LAT. 10 DEG. 58 MIN. N LONG. 74 DEG. 46 MIN. W. 
Current Draft: 29 FEET F.W. In the river mouth and the navigational channel (it can change suddenly due to constant river water flow changes) 
Windy Season: From early December to mid April; prevailing northeasterly winds.


Geographically, is the first multipurpose private port at Barranquilla. With a total of 56.800 m2 in yards, 2 warehouses of 1.000 and 2.650m2, can receive all type of cargo. This pier has 1 floating pier with a T shape with 114 meter, with a maximum draft of 40’ alongside, however the restriction is at the river mouth. The pier can attend vessels with a max loa of 200 meters and 35.000 mtons of dwt, working with 3,4 or 5 services.


This area is usually used for anchoring the vessels awaiting berths either private piers as Monomeros / Cementos Argos / Colterminales or the public pier.

Also it is used for discharge operations of steel cargo, which are carried out to barges –with a capacity between 200-250 tons-, alongside vessel both starboard and port side. The cargo is discharged with ship’s cranes.

The main restriction is the arrival draft on the river mouth, as there are no loa/beam/air draft restrictions determined. Vessels are not moored but anchored at midstream. The current discharge rate estimated at this area is about 4,000 mt/day agw/ wp.


Port terminal located about 11 miles from Magdalena river mouth Number of piers: this pier has about 1,058 meters long, where it can be accommodated between 6-7 vessels, depending on their loa. Max loa: this restriction has not been determined but it has been docked vessels with loa up to 216 meters. All depends on draft restriction. Max beam: 35 meters width. This restriction is mainly applied for coal/coke shipments, which requires a shore crane. Max draft: this restriction is the same as the river mouth and navigational channel Max. Airdraft: 14 mtrs height from the quay level to the freeboard. The distance between the quay and waterline is about 1.5 meters, which changes depending on the season when high levels of water flows are presented and reduce this distance to about 0.5 meters. High levels usually are presented between June-August and December- January. This restriction is mainly applied for coal/coke shipments, which requires a shore crane. Normal working hours: 24 hours SHINC.

The SPRB facility has five shore cranes with 100 tons of capacity and is bringing in four shore grabs with 10 cbm capacity to operate bulk carriers.


General Information 2 piers Max Loa : This restriction has not been determined by the port but it has docked vessels up to 180 meters long a t pier 1 and 150 meters long at pier 2. Max Beam: Not determined and depends on draft restriction Vessels alongside by starboard side Normal Working Hours: 24 hrs SHINC. Discharge Rate for Dry Bulk Cargo: About 3500 mt/day agw/wp. It varies depending on factors as kind of cargo, holds distribution, vessel’s cranes, among others. Draft Restriction: 29’ FW, with separating barges, but due to silting problems vessel should be fixed at 28? FW. Liquid Bulk Cargo It is the same pier 1 for dry bulk cargoes, where is also installed the manifold for pumping this type of cargo. Hose Connections: 1 X 6’’ Pump Discharge Rate for Liquid Cargo: About 170 mtons7 hour agw/ wp. Draft Restriction: 22’ FW alongside. SOCIEDAD PORTUARIA ATLANTIC COAL DE COLOMBIA S.A


SociedadPortuariaAtlantic Coal de Colombia S.A., was incorporated in 1989. The Company is dedicated mainly to port activities, specialized in the handling of coal for export. SociedadPortuariaAtlantic Coal de Colombia S.A. is the owner of a port facility, built on its own property, and located on the westernmargin of the River Magdalena, adjacent to the facilities of the SociedadPortuariaRegional de Barranquilla, the public port of the city of Barranquilla.Atlantic Coal also owns 50 % of NORCARBON S.A., a Company that holds title to a coal mine, located in CerroLargo, La Jagua de Ibirico, Department of Cesar, in the northeastern region of Colombia, 350 kilometers south east of the port in Barranquilla.

On July of 2007, ATCOAL S.A., ComercializadoraInternacionalwas incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlantic Coal as a Trading Company to promote and sell in the international markets coal produced by NORCARBON, as well as, coal mined by independent producers.


A.DRAFT: 32ft., brackish water

B. LOADING CONDITIONS: Steam and Coking Coal: 9.000 tons./day SHIN

Met. Coke:5.000 “““


A.BASIC TARIFF –Steam Coal and Coking Coal: US$ 6.00 /ton.

B. BASIC TARIFF –Met. and furnace Coke:US$ 7.00 /ton.

These tariffs include::



3.Separate piling by customer assigned location.

4.Vessel arrival coordination and mooring at pier

5.Vessel loading according to stowage plan

6.Loading operation.

7.Documentation coordination with authorities and buyer’s Agent

II.ASSETS A.The Port Facility

AAtlantic Coalbuilt with its own resources, the pier and the infrastructure of the port in Barranquilla, with investments of over TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS (USD $20'000,000.oo). The port installations consist of;

a- A yard for the handling of the coal with an approximate extension of9.000 M2., of land property.

bThe pier built by The

Compny, has the following characteristics:

Three docks for the of ship’s mooring, two platforms, constructed on piles of 0.80 mts. in diameter each, anchored 14 meters down in the coralline at the bottom of the Magdalena River bed. This construction meets international specifications to berth vessels of up to 60.000 metric tons capacity. The present conditions of the navigation channel (32ft. draft), allow to load "Handy Size" type vessels. Based on the works being completed onthe River Channel, it is expected that by 2008, the draft will be upgraded to 36ft., which will allow the traffic of Panamaxvessels to the port in Barranquilla.

C- An irrigation system to moist the coal piles by aspersion, a mandatory requirement of the Colombian Ministry of Environmental Protection.

d- Two electrical power plants of 150 KVA, each, to give self-sufficiency to the Port in case of electricity shortages that can affect the 24 hour per day SHINC,port operation. The Port has been accredited internationally as a "Safe Port". This port serves also independent coal producers of the regions of Cesar, Cundinamarca and Boyacá, with the resulting increase in the use of the port capacity. The Port facility can handle 1.200.000 metrictons. of coal for export per year.






PFSO: CAPT CESAR OSORIO – MOBILE 57-310-435 3524, - PHONE 57-5-3559676 / 3556058



2-For your information, the berth at this terminal is a floating berth made by 2 barges: one of 56 mtrs Loa and 18 mtrs beam, and other one of 62mtrs Loa and 13,6 mtrs beam for a total of 118 mtrs of floating berth.

Also, the total area of this pier is 4.5 hectares and the area that they have reserved for storing and receiving the coal is 21.200 m2, just in front of the berth.

3-This terminal has a shore crane of 80 mtons capacity and they also have a hydraulic grab of 21 m3 and 2 more grabs of 12 m3 and 17 m3 each. However understand that for this coal project, the vls must be fitted with grabs.

4- Attached pls find some pictures of this terminal.



Location at Sea buoy: 03º47,661' N / 077º19,132'W

Channel Length: 31,5 kilometers, about two and a half hours to get to Public Terminal.

Services Available: Mdo / mgo, IFO , provisions, fresh water, Slop reception, watchman. No drydock facilities The seabed is soft mud. NAABSA clause must be included in all C/P contracts as this port is considerer under this special condition.




Location:Lat 10 19' N; Long 75 35' W.
Bocachica Entrance Channel Draft:
Vessel with 13m S.W. draft and max 42m of beam are not restricted at the Navigation Channel.
Vessel with draft over 13m S.W. and 42m of beam must comply with:The maneuvers are subject to previous authorization from the harbor master office ( the authorization must be requested at least 48 hours in advance ).
Vessel must be assisted by minimum 2 (Two) tugboats and 2 (two) pilots
Restricted to early morning hours and weather conditions.
Services Available:Bunkers, Fresh Water, Provisions, Workshop Repairs, Dry-docks up to 3,600 DWT, Security Services (Watchmen), Class and various Inspections.


General Information:
Total length of berth : 200 meters
Max LOA : 130 meters
Max Draft : 22' BW
2 (Two) Hoppers connected to shore belt scale with 15M3 capacity abt.
Used for discharging bulk cargo.
2 (Two) Hoppers; 3 (Three) Grabs.
24 hours SHINC all year around


General Information:
Number of berth : 1 (One)
Max LOA : 180m
Max Draft: 26ft BW
Connections 4" / 6" Hoses
Loading / Discharging Rate : 200 MT/H
Number of Shore Tanks : 34
Shore Tanks Capacity : 21,000 M3
24 hours SHINC all year round


General Information:
Number of berth : 1 (One)
Max LOA : 180m
Max Draft : 28ft BW
Connections : 4" / 6" Hoses
Loading / Discharging Rate : 200 MT/HR
Number of Shore Tanks : 20
Shore Tanks Capacity : 8,036 M3
24 hours SHINC all year round


General Information:
Pier Length 383 mts.
Max Draft : 41ft BW
Two mobile crane with a lifting capacity of 100 tons and a maximum radius reach of 50 mts.
24 hours SHINC all year around


General Information:
Number of berth: 1 (One)
Max LOA: 260 meters
Min LOA: 175 meters
Max Beam: 38 meters
Min Beam: 25 meters
Max DWT: 85,000
Min DWT: 25,000
Max Draft: 40 ft BW
Vessels always berth starboard side to
3 x 10" Tubular Arms connected For Loading Fuel Oil and Receiving Crude Oil.
2 x 10" Tubular Arms connected for Loading Aromatics ( Benzenes and Xylenes )
Max Pumping Rate for Receiving Crude oil and Loading Fuel Oil 20,000 bph. Max Pump Pressure 150 psi
Max Pumping rate for Aromatics Products 15,000 bph. Max Pump Pressure 150 psi.
24 hours SHINC all year round.


General Information:
Number of bert:1 (One)
Max LOA: 260 meters
Min LOA: 150 meters
Max Beam: 38 meters
Min Beam: 20 meters
Max DWT: 85,000
Min DWT: 12,000
Max Draft: 40 ft BW
3 x 10" Tubular Arms connected For Receiving / Loading Crude Oil.
2 x 10" Tubular Arms connected for Loading Diesel Oil.
1 x 10" Tubular Arm connected for loading Gasoline / Kerosene / Turbo jet / Spent Caustic Soda.
1 x 8" 150 ANSI Flexible Hose connected for loading Anhydrous Ammonia.
Max Pumping Rate for Crude oil 20,000 bph. Max Pump Pressure 150 psi.
Max Pumping rate for Gasoline 10,000 bph. Max Pump Pressure 150 psi.
Max pumping rate for Diesel Oil 7,000 bph. Max pump pressure 150 psi.
Max Pumping rate for Kerosene and Turbo Jet 2100 bph. Max pump pressure 150 psi.
Max pumping rate for Spent Caustic Soda 2000 bph. Max pump pressure 150 psi.
Max pumping rate for Anhydrous Ammonia 400 mt/h. Max pump pressure 150 psi.
Working time:24 hours SHINC all year round.


General Information:
Number of berth: 1 (One)
Max LOA: 110m
Max DWT: 4,100
Max Draft: FWD 5.0m AFT 6.0m
Note: Draft restriction subject to the position of ship's manifold, in specific cases loading master will determine if the ship is able to berth at the terminal.
Connection System is a bridle of 6in diameter and ANSI 300.
The distance between the bridle and the external part of the pier is 6.0m
Depth at Platform is 6.0m
Propane and Butane handled through 6in line and 6in flexible hose
Loading rate 1800 bph
Vessel in ballast shall not have greater than 4ft trim difference between the fore and after draft.
Working time:24 hours SHINC all year round


General Information :
Number of berths : 1 (One)
Max LOA : 170 meters
Max Draft : 32ft BW
DWT Restriction: 31000
Mooring/Unmooring operations restricted to daylight
Discharge average rate: 3,500 MT/Day
Shore suction equipment used, one intake.
Normally 24 hrs 7 Days operations depending charter party


General Information:
Grain service capacity.
Grain storage capacity: 35000 MT
3 Grabs 12 m3 capacity
1 Grab 20 M3 capacity
1 Grab 26 M3
4 Hopers 20 tons capacity
Lo-Lo berth of 330 meters length.
Operational Draft: 10.7 meters
Container Yard 60,000 M2
Storage capacity of 3000 TEUS
Handling capacity of 120,000 TEUS per year.
General Cargo covered area 12,000 M2
2 Mobile LIEBHERR LHM 400 crane with a lifting capacity of 104 tons.
1 Crane PACECO with a lifting capacity of 65,000 lbs
Four (4) RTG24 hours SHINC all year around


General Information:
Total length of berth 300 mts.
Max LOA 190 meters
Max Draft 11.30m BW
Two Cranes 150 tons
2 Hoppers
2 Grabs 10 M3
Yards storage capacity for coal 100,000 ton
Warehouse 3,500 m2
24 hours SHINC all year around

SPRC / Sociedad Portuaria Regional de Cartagena:

General Information:
9 docking positions
Two (2) sites for Roll On - Roll Off.
Cruise Ship Terminal
Draft to 45'.
Attention to all Post-Panamax generation vessels.
Storage in warehouses, shed or container yard depending on cargo needs.
Five warehouses in 28.000 M2
Logistic distribution centers.
General Cargo Yard s
Container Yards
2 Mobile GOTTWALD HMK 280 E Cranes. Lifting capacity of 100 MT and a maximum radius reach of 44 mts and average handling speed of 25 containers per hour.
4 Post Panamax Gantry Cranes for container and general cargo have an average reach capacity up to 44 meters and can move 20',40' and 45' containers with a maximum weight of 52 tons. An efficiency of 45 container movements per hour can be obtained under ideal conditions.
8 RTG’s . These RTG have the capacity of lifting containers up to 40 tons of weight.
Working time: 24 hours SHINC all year round



Location: Covenas is located in the Gulf of Morrosquillo approximately 56 miles S.S.W. of Cartagena, North Coast of Colombia. Gulf of Morrosquillo is described between San Bernardo (09 Deg 42' N., 075 Deg 42' W) and Punta Mestizo 17 miles S.S.W. At present, 3 SPM (Single Point Mooring) Buoys are placed for Oil exportation; TLU No.1, TLU No.2 and TLU No.3

Puerto Bolívar

altLocation: LAT. 10 DEG. 41 MIN. N LONG. 74 DEG. 44 MIN. W

According to port regulations, a vessel is considered arrived in port when she is 2 miles from following position: lat. 12 d. 17.5 m north and long. 71 D. 58.9 m west.

Following approaching navigation charts must be available onboard to be presented to local authorities upon arrival Puerto Bolivar, in case is requested:

229 Bahia Portete ; 028 Barranquilla- Puerto Espada; 007 el Gran Caribe ; 002 North Coast Colombia ; 040 Guajira Peninsula.


No crew shore landing is allowed, except master/chief engineer in special cases, due absence of immigration office. No provisions, bunkers or water is available to vessels. Limited medical assistance is available at the port. It is very important that master looks very closely at deballasting time, considering that load rate may average between 4.500 and 6.000 mt/hour, with peaks of up to 10,000 mt for panamax and cape size vessels. Should vessel delay loading, a penalty for waiting may be imposed on vessel. For loading coal is available one shiploader.


Santa Marta



Location: Lat. 11 Deg. 15 Min. N Long. 74 Deg. 14 Min. W


7 berthing lines for general cargo in a cove forming an inner harbor with a total length of 1.085 meters.  Pier no. 3 is also used as liquid bulk dock. The loading/discharge rate 120-150 mtons/ hour. Pier No. 4 is fitted for grains discharge with suction tower and shore crane. Discharge rate of 170 mtons/ hour into two groups of silos. Is also used as liquid bulk dock.  Silos for grains handling with 52,000 mtons capacity Warehouses with 17,861 sqm Roofed space for chemicals with 740 square meters Storage in open yards with 76,019 sqm. Santa Marta is 24 hours WWDSHINC. No holidays - No weekends  No stoppages. working 24 hours all day long, all week long




Pilot Boarding Coordinates: LAT 09 31’00” N, LON 75 37’30” W


Prevailing weather Conditions: Good

Use of Tug Boats for Berthing / Unberthing are 100% compulsory in all the cases?: Yes (no exemptions)
Tide Var for Bething / Unberthing:
Is Berth well Fendered and with no Hidden Obstacles?: Yes
Type of Bottom Alongside the Berth: Sandy
Distance from Water Label to top of Quay: 2.40 Meters
Distance from the Border of the Quay (Fender Included) to the Structureof the Belt Conveyor System: 8.0 Meters
Length of the Berth: 210 Meters
Max. Possible berth Area Used for Berthing:
180 Meters
Water Density:
Max. Draft Channel:
34’ S.W.
Max. Permitted Departure Draft: 34’ S.W.
Max. Permitted Draft Alongside the Berth:
34’ S.W.
Side Vessel Usually Berthed:
Port Side
Loading System:
Fixed Belt Conveyor
Max. Air Draft (Water Label to Hatch Top):
13 Meters Only for Loading
Max. LOA. :
200 Meters
Max. BEAM : 30 Meters
Are VSL'S Crew Allowed to Drive VSL Cranes / Grabs?:
Working Time:
24 Hrs. Shinc.
Berthing / Unberthing:
24 Hrs. Shinc.No Freight Tax Appicable
Fresh Water Available Us 8.20/MT:
By truck only
Garbage Collection Compulsory?: No
Does Port Authorities Permit VSL'S Crew to Carry Out Maintenance
Work on Vesel Hull Like Sacrapping and Painting?: No





LOCATION Situated on the pacific coast in tumaco bay, near the border with ecuador, smaller vessels enter the harbour whilst the larger tankers use the offshore berth.


Low tide: 3.20 mtrs High tide: 5.70 mtrs PILOT ASSISTANCECompulsory. For the tumaco terminal, which is operated by the colombian port authority; the pilot boards at sea buoy no. 1, in lat 01º51.8´n, long 078º48.6´w.


One berth available to load this type of cargo. 200 mtrs available.


For cpo: - 2 hoses with 6 feet e/a - load rate abt 130 mt per hour e/a For cpko: - 1 or hoses with 3 feet e/a from tank truck to the vessel directly. There are not taxes for vessel, cargo or freight. Below our branch office full style: Tumaco (9) Calle sucre, edificio bancolombia Phone: 57 27 272484 / 272292 Fax: 57 272425 Telex: 051 886031 ccl g Manager: mr. Ernesto Kaiser Mobile: 57 3 5800304 Operations: Walter Rojas Mobile: 57 3 5813627







Turbo is located in the southern part of the GOLFO DE URABA in S.W. part of the Caribbean Sea.

After Local Authorities receive the ship at the Pilot Station in position area: 
LAT 08° 04’ 13” N - LONG. 76° 46’ 36” W
LAT 08° 04’ 13” N - LONG. 76° 45’ 33” W
LAT 08° 03’ 09” N - LONG 76° 45’ 36” W 
LAT 08° 03’ 09” N - LONG 76° 46’ 36” W

Pilot will take her as far as the cargo operation areas:
Dry season (December to May): Boca del Rio Leoncito area: 
LAT 08° 00’ 18” N - LONG 76° 51’ 33” W
LAT 07° 59’ 50” N - LONG 76° 51’ 18” W
LAT 08° 00’ 18” N - LONG 76° 50’ 45” W 
LAT 08° 00’ 06” N - LONG 76° 50’ 48” W

This area used during this time of the year because of strong N.N.W. winds (force 5/6)
Ships use anchor with 4 shackles in the water
Rainy season (May to December) Rio León area: 
LAT 07° 56’ 48” N - LONG 76° 47’ 48” W 
LAT 07° 56’ 48” N - LONG 76° 46’ 37” W 
LAT 07° 57’ 28” N - LONG 76° 46’ 20” W 
LAT 07° 56’ 00” N - LONG 76° 47’ 54” W

When the rain season arrives, the anchor position is changed to this area. It’s close to the banana barge loading facilities and off the mouth of Rio Leon.

Caution is advise while navigating within the Anchorage Areas as tugs cross towing barge. 

Currents are negligible in this area.


Compulsory. For the tumaco terminal, which is operated by the colombian port authority; the pilot boards at sea buoy no. 1, in lat 01º51.8´n, long 078º48.6´w.


Clearance for last Port. 
5 copies Bills of Ladings and ! original when not when not is send by e-mail
at your Agency 
7 copies Crew List. 
2 copies maritime health declaration 
7 copies in bound cargo manifest 
1 copies Transit Cargo manifest 
7 copies ships in ballast manifest.(if is case). 
4 copies List of Last Port of Call 
5 copies Passenger List 
5 copies personal Effects List 
5 copies Store List 
2 copies Yellow Fever Vaccination List 
5 copies negatives List (mail, passenger, Firearms, ammunition, animal, dangerous Cargo, Stowaways and plants)

All in the same piece of paper. 

If is the first time the vessel in Turbo, is necessary to show: 
1 copies the Ships Particulars. 
1 copies the International Tonnage Certificate 

If is not the first time of the vessel to Turbo it is advisable to present to the Harbour Master Representative a pink copy of the last report received in Turbo. This will result in a smoother clearance.

Valid original vessel documents: 
P&I Policy Certificate of Entry 
IOPP Certificate 
Derat Certificate
Load Line Certificate 
Safety Equipment Certificate 
Safety Radio Certificate 
Cargo Gear Book 


As the coast line extended further Wes due sedimentation of muddy river water, a 2 miles distance is recommended in the vicinity of point Turbo. The ideal place to drop the anchor is 1.5 miles west of Punta Las Vacas Light. Vessels can arrive at the station at any time. 
Caution: Vessels approaching this area should be careful as small fishing and small ships cross the gulf.


By the Resolution DIMAR-078 of 03rd march 2000, the mandatory use of the Colombian Official Nautical Charts in motors vessels of Colombian flag and M/V in Colombia sea transit (more information in the Harbour Master’s Office).





Vessel normally contact for Coast Guard Station in VHF channel 16 from 20 miles at Pilot Station point, is much best to confirm your ETA with 2 hour before arrival at their agents in order to receive instructions about the Port Visit.

Station Channel Call Sign
Harbor Master
Capitanía / Harbor Master
Coast Guard Station
Turbo Coast Guard Station
Pilot Station
Turbo Pilot Station
Turbaduana Agency
Naser Agency


Compulsory to Ships with more 200 GRT. Provided by CONSORCIO PILURABA, address: Avenida La Playa, Turbo - Antioquia, Tel/Fax (094)8273213. Agent normally request pilot service. Pilot will board at Punta de Las Vacas once Port Authorities clear the vessel or at same time the visit. The Pilot station works on a 24 hours, and keep watch on VHF channels 11 and 16. When Sailing, Pilot should be informed at least 2 hours before departure time from the anchorages area, Pilot will disembark at Punta de Las Vacas Pilot Station after the vessel drops the anchor.


Exist VTS in Turbo Coast Guard Station and you may contact by Channel 16.


The hospital is a basic attention center, for this reason is very important advise their agency advance notice if required medical attention in order to coordinate the best attention dependently of case.


There are no slops facilities. The only tankers arrive with agricultural chemicals for discharges to barge in the anchorage area. The amounts imported are normally less than 100.000 gallons. There are no facilities to combat spills. Pollution inspector is assigned to survey operation. Small tankers (less than 800 GRT) transport gasoline and oil products from Cartagena city to a little pier in Punta Las Vacas. The maximum allowed draft for this channel is 10ft. No Ship to Ship facilities are available.


There is no official density in the port. It is brackish water, and the density changes according to the seasons (rainy and dry).


There is no way to supply fresh water.


No fuel is available in the port


No special precautions. Those normal for a ship at sea apply. 


There are no Consulates in Turbo.


Na major facilities at port: Electrical motor repairs and some workshop repairs can be done ashore.


Classification societies have no representatives in the port. They must be arranged in advance to fly from Cartagena to undertake surveys. Flight are not expensive but also difficult to book There is an independent local company. Turbo Marine Surveyors (tel/fax (094)8274337, e-mail , with highly experienced surveyors who act as Cargo Inspectors for bunkers, on hire, condition surveys, etc. This company can also be contacted for the channel VHF 11 or asking in their agency.


It is recommended to hire a minimum of 3 watchmen during cargo operations. There is a very high risk of stowaways and drug trafficking in the area The charge is a reasonable for the service.


Normally carried out by ship’s crew.


Stevedores normally handle ship’s gear.


It is possible repatriate crew members for Turbo. They Fly from Apartado to Medellín and later Bogotá, where international connections ins possible are available when not has possible from Medellín.


Only is Apartado airport in function, at 45 minute from Turbo, only receive small planes. Is necessary leave to Medellín, where connection is available.


G.M.T minus 5 hour. No summer time is kept.


The anchorage area are far away from town. No facilities are available.


Collection service is not available.


Collection service is not available.


The Pilot Station area is the only permissive anchorage area.


Inspection for Dugs hidden in the sea chest (water intakes), can be carried about by Colombian Coast Guard divers CAUTION: Engine must be completely stopped for them to begin diving. A diver will go on board to talk to the Master an Act will be signed upon completion of the inspection. During the time of the inspection, Agency’s boarding officer will come on board to bring the Outward Clearance and Cargo documents.