05 Cultural-historical heritage on the shore and in the sea
Klasifikacija prema RKD
Science and engineering
Immovable cultural property Material cultural property
The JANAF terminal was built on the west coast of the Omišalj Bay (45° 14 'N, 14° 32' E) which is a natural port in the northwestern part of the island of Krk located in a deep bay between capes Kijac and Tenka Punta where the terminal is located. The port of Omišalj and the marina "Pesja" are located in the bay. The terminal specializes in accommodating ships carrying liquid cargo (crude oil and petroleum products) and has two tanker berths, each 120 m long, and a smaller berth for tugboats, deeper in the bay. Ships with a carrying capacity of 30,000 to 350,000 tons dock at tanker berths. Depths along the piers are about 29 m. The berths on the piers are equipped with automatic hooks that enable fast departure of the ship. Both tanker berths are equipped with four transshipment arms (12") for oil transshipment, each with a capacity of 5000 t/h, with two transhipment arms (12") for transshipment of derivatives, a crane for loading ship supplies (15 kN), and a terminal gangway ship - coast. The great advantage of the terminal is its natural shelter from strong winds and the depth of the sea in the Bay of Omišalj. The port has the necessary space for entering, maneuvering, docking and leaving even the largest tankers ever built, with a carrying capacity of up to 500,000 tons.
Najveći terminal za tekuće teret u Hrvatskoj i jedan od većih na Jadranu