Port Apapa & Tincan Island

Reference to  all terminals in Lagos Port, depth alongside each terminal and on approach are as advertised by Harbor Department of Nigerian ports Authority. No any variation experienced over time. For some time now, we have witnessed vessel parting lines and drifting towards Marina due to heavy flooding and surge which usually occur at certain time of the year, usually, October/November.

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Lagos Port is a multipurpose port capable of handling all cargo

The Port in Lagos consists of Apapa and Tin Can Ports, both under same Pilotage

Port position (Lat/Long) – 06*21.91’N / 003*24,79’E (Lagos Pilot Station)