Sechelt Deep Sea Terminal and Shiploader

CSL Sheila Ann being loaded with aggregate by the newly installed ship loader.


Aggregate being loaded on to a barge

Seabulk has designed and built a new deep sea berth and ship loader for the export of construction aggregate at Sechelt, B.C. The new terminal will allow for the loading of vessels from barges to Panamax sized ships at a rate of 4000 tonnes / hour.

Shiploader and loadout conveyor

Sand be carried on the boom loading a barge.

Aggregate flowing off shiploader into ship

A view of the operator's cab

A view of the operator's cab.



Loading Rate 4000 tonnes / hour
Conveyed Material construction aggregates
Belt Width 1.372 metres
Slewing Range 90°
Luffing Range -10° to +16°
Shuttling Travel 24 metres
Quadrant Rail Radius 43 metres
Offshore Conveyor Length 540 metres