Facilities Overview

WTS offers 40’ deep draft @ MLW

6 berths - 3500 linear feet of berthing – 700 additional feet of non-contiguous berthing
ALL MEASUREMENTS IN FEET (FT) AND AT MEAN LOW WATER (MLW)

Berth #1

620ft length adjacent with lay down area and rail service.
Safe Working Depths: 29 feet alongside, 31 feet on port furnished fenders.

Berth #2

580ft length with adjacent lay down area and rail service.
Safe Working Depths: 29 feet alongside, 33 feet on port furnished fenders.

Berth #3

600ft length adjacent lay down area and rail service.
Safe Working Depths: 27 feet alongside, 35 feet on port furnished fenders.

Berth #4

450ft length with adjacent lay down area and rail service.
Safe Working Depths: 35 feet alongside, 38 feet on port furnished fenders.
**40 feet safe working depths available, please consult Port management for details

Berth #5

600ft length with adjacent lay down area and rail service.
Safe Working Depths: 35 feet alongside, 38 feet on port furnished fenders.
**40 feet safe working depths available, please consult Port management for details

Berth #6

650ft length with adjacent lay down area.
Safe Working Depths: 35 feet alongside, 38 feet on port furnished fenders.
**40 feet safe working depths available, please consult Port management for details


WTS requires compliance with all applicable class, owner/operator, charterer, Pilot and USCG restrictions. Port requirement of all vessels to remain afloat at all times. For further information please consult the U.S. Coast Pilot and the Code of Federal Regulations where applicable.

ProvPort Accomplishments

ProvPort/WTS
Capital Improvements

$21,900,000

Tenant
Capital Improvements

$28,000,000

City
Revenues

$31,800,000

Total
Contribution

$81,700,000

Economic Impacts


  • Terminal services (lease incentives, city revenues, and capital improvements) have resulted in economic output of approximately $164 million for the city and $211 million for the state since 1994. The indirect impact of the port has generated approximately $2.8 billion in economic output for the state since 1994, with $1 billion of that occurring within the City of Providence.
  • ProvPort has made $21.9 million in capital improvements since 1994 at the port. ProvPort also contributes $2000 per month to the City of Providence Neighborhood Improvement Fund.
  • ProvPort tenants are planning between $33 to $55 million in capital expenses between now and 2020.
  • ProvPort Generates Revenue for the City of Providence.


Storage


  • Over twenty acres of open paved lay down storage, adjacent to on dock rail lines within the port facility. The facility also contains covered storage for one hundred and thirty thousand square feet with loading dock access.
  • Providing solutions to your indoor, outdoor, long or short term storage needs.

ProvPort’s exclusive Port Operator and Manager is Waterson Terminal Services, LLC (WTS). Waterson Terminal Services specializes in handling bulk, break bulk and project cargoes including the transfer of cargo from vessel to vessel, vessel to barge, or barge to barge. In its capacity as Terminal manager WTS takes on all responsibility for vessel scheduling, general management, safety and capital improvements at the deep water port.

ProvPort Latitude / Longitude: 41.80173° / -71.390195°