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Gopalpur Port will serve the mineral rich hinterland of Orissa, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh. The port facilities are being developed to provide the lowest cost and most efficient option for users in this area. The port will be developed in three phases.
 
The first phase of development will have three deep-water berths with two dry bulk cargo berths and for break bulk cargo berth. All berths will be capable of handling 120,000 DWT vessels. The channel will have a depth of 18.5 m and a width of 200 m while the turning circle will have a depth of 17.5 m and a diameter of 600 m. The berths will have a depth of 18.5 m. To protect the berths and harbour facilities, a 2400 m long southeast breakwater and a 425 m long north breakwater are being developed to ensure required tranquility in the harbour for all weather operations.
 
The master plan envisages 15-20 berths with three separate harbors to enable segregation of cargo as needed. The later stages of development would see a 3500 m breakwater for protection of all the harbors. The port will also be able to reclaim land south of the breakwater and use it for bulk storage.
 
 
 
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