Located on the east coast of the South Island (affectionately known as the 'Mainland') Christchurch is New Zealand's 3rd largest city. Home to more than 350,000 people, it enjoys the lowest annual rainfall and the greatest temperature extremes.
As the major deep water port in the South Island, Lyttelton (the port of Christchurch) is at the hub of trade and plays a vital role in the global transport network.
The port prides itself on catering for a diverse range of trades and offers a full array of shipping services to exporters and importers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Averaging 1,300 vessel movements per annum, Lyttelton port has; 4 heavy duty concrete berths suitable for handling containerised cargo, multi-purpose vessels, roll on/roll off and conventional vessels, 8 berths available for general cargo and 1 oil berth.
Quay No 1 - LOA 230m Depth12.9m
Wharfs No 3 & 4 - LOA 410m Depth 12.6m
1 Breastwork - LOA 159m Depth 9.0m
2 East - LOA 270m Depth 11.8m
2 West - LOA 169m Depth 9.3m
3 East - LOA 195m Depth 9.5m
3 West - LOA 223m Depth 10.6m
7 East - LOA 217m Depth 10.3m
7 West - LOA 187m Depth 8.5m
Wharf - LOA 202m Depth 12.6m
Berth - Earthquake Damaged.
Christchurch office is based at Lyttelton port and are committed to delivering excellence
and comprehensive services for all types of vessel calls.