Notice is hereby given that on or about 11th July 2013 dredging operations will commence in Tweed Dock and in the dock approach channel. These will continue for approximately 3 weeks.
Mariners are requested to navigate with caution and give the dredger "Sandsend" as wide berth as possible at all times. Regulation dredging signals will be exhibited day and night by the dredging vessel.
D.Wood (Harbour Master) - 4th July 2013
Tweed Dock offers three commercial berths. The longest is 124 metres, there is one of 108 metres, and one of 97 metres.
The dock is tidal, depths alongside are dependant on the prevailing tide heights but average 1.5 - 2.0m at M.L.W.S.
Berwick is a NAABSA port.
Vessels lie aground on level mud.
Vessels of up to 90 metres over-all-length are considered ideal for Berwick Harbour.
However, ships up to 116 metres over-all-length and fitted with twin screws, plus bow thruster, are regular visitors to the port
The maximum beam for vessels is 16 metres. Entries and departures at the port are timed for high water slack period, normally one hour before to one hour after high water.
Maximum draft for vessels is 4.60 metres during Spring tides to 3.70 metres on Neap tides.
VHF channels 16 and 12
Tweed Dock has 3,200 square metres of covered storage room with a further 1,500 square metres of uncovered storage facilities.