The coordinates of Klaipeda Port: 55°43`Northern latitude/ N; 21º07`Eastern longitude/E;
Klaipeda State Seaport is the northernmost ice – free port on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It is the most important and the biggest Lithuanian transport hub, connecting sea, land and railway routes from East to West.
The Klaipeda port is distinguished in the context of the Baltic Sea region. In the beginning of 2005, the Klaipeda port received ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:1996 certificates, confirming Quality and Environmental Management. Klaipeda is the first port in the Baltic States region to receive two ISO certificates.
In the port of Klaipeda, there are 156 berths of a total length of nearly 20 km. Most of the berths are used for stevedoring operations. The port of Klaipeda can accept vessels with a maximum draft of 12.5 m, and 260 m in length. You can get more information here.
The coordinates of Butinge SPM buoy: 56°02′ 47.39″ Northern latitude/N; 20º57′ 36.67″ Eastern longitude/E;
The Butinge Port sea depth at the tanker mooring area exceeds 20 meters allowing the Butinge Terminal Tankers are hooked to the SPM buoy with a mooring hawser equipped with a tension indicator and are loaded through two floating hose strings at a rate of 5,700 cubic meters per hour. Maximum even keel draft of 15 metres for Tankers up to 120000 DWT. Maximum even keel draft of 16 metres for Tankers from 120000 DWT up to 150000 DWT. More info AB „ORLEN Lietuva“ Butinge terminal