**359**

**PORT OF LIMASSOL.**

**1. At bar or entrance, what is :—**

**1**

**1) the minimum width ?**

**2) the minimum navigable depth,L.W . 0 .S.T. ?**

**{Note.—If between the entrance and the deep**

**sea there are bars or shoals where a lesser**

**depth occurs than the mini-mum indicated**

**above, a list of such obstructions and of the**

**depths over them (L.W.O.S.T.) should be**

**given).**

**!. In the approach channel from bar or entrance**

**to berthing accommodation, what is :—**

**(1) the minimum-and m a x i m u m width ?**

**(2) the minimum and m a x i m u m depth,**

**L.W.O.S.T. ?**

**3. W h a t is—**

**(1) theriseand fall of tides**

**(a) ordinary springs,**

**(b) ordinary neaps ?**

**(2) the rise of ordinarv neaps above j**

**L.W.O.S.T. ?**

**4. W h a t is the m a x i m u m available depth of**

**water—**

**(a) at piers or wharves, L.W.O.S.T. ?**

**(b) in the case of enclosed docks in the**

**entrance locks, if anv, and at. dock**

**quays, H.W.O.N.T. ? "**

**5. W h a t are the respective lengths of piers,**

**wharves, or (in the case of enclosed docks)**

**dock quays, where the m a x i m u m depth of**

**water, referred to in Question 4, exists ?**

**W h a t percentage does the total of these**

**lengths bear to the total accommodation at the**

**port ?**

**6. W h a t are the dimensions (length, loaded**

**draught, and beam at that draught) of the**

**largest vessels which under existing circum–**

**stances, can b e –**

**ta) berthed alongside anv pier or wharf**

**(L.W.O.S.T.) ?**

**(b) in the case of enclosed docks—**

**(1) admitted direct to ?**

**or**

**(2) admitted through the entrance lock of**

**any important dock ordocks.H.W.O.N.T.?**

**7. What are the dimensions (length, breadth, and**

**depth over sill H.W.O.N.T.) of the largest dry**

**dock or floating dock in the port ?**

**8. Are operations in progress to increase the**

**depth of water—**

**(a) at the entrance and in the approach**

**channel—**

**(b) in the case of enclosed docks, at the**

**entrance lock, if any, of any important**

**dock or docks—**

**(c) at the principal berths—**

**to 40 feet at L.W.O.S.T. (in the case of the**

**berths at enclosed docks, H.W.U.N.T.), and is**

**accommodation being provided for vessels 1,000**

**feet in length and of 100 feet beam ?**

**If not, to what extent is deepening being effected,**

**and for vessels of what dimensions (length,**

**draught, and beam at that draught) is accom–**

**modation being provided or in contemplation ?**

**Open roa Is ead**

—

**N o regular tides. There is an irregularriseand**

**fall of from 1 ft. to 14 ft.**

**15 ft. at end of pier.**

**The length of pier is 600 ft. but the depth of**

**water referred to in question 4 exists only**

**at outer T end of pier.**

**(a) length 200 It., draught 14 ft., beam 30 ft.**

—

**(a) N o**

**(o) N o**