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Port of Ngqura Location Country South Africa Location Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality Coordinates 33°46′00″S 25°40′00″E / 33.7666667°S 25.6666667°E / -33.7666667; 25.6666667Coordinates: 33°46′00″S 25°40′00″E / 33.7666667°S 25.6666667°E / -33.7666667; 25.6666667 Details Opened 2009 Operated by Transnet National Ports Authority Type of harbor Artificial The Port of Ngqura is a deepwater port on the east coast (Indian Ocean) of South Africa, 20km north east of Port Elizabeth. It was authorised by an act of parliament in 2002, construction started in September 2002 and the port became operational in October 2009 when the MSC Catania became the first commercial ship to dock at the port.[1][2] Contents 1 Overview 2 Sand bypass 3 See also 4 References Overview The Port of Ngqura will complement the existing deepwater ports in Richards Bay and Saldanha.[3] Sand bypass Ngqura is the first port in the world to have a fixed embedded jet pump sand bypass.[4] See also Transport in South Africa List of deep water ports References ^ Smit, Petronel (2009-12-11). "Deep-water port of Ngqura launched". Engineering News (Creamer Media). http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/deep-water-port-of-ngqura-launched-with-first-commercial-vessel-2009-12-11. Retrieved 9 March 2010.  ^ "First ships dock at Port of Ngqura". South African Government. 2009-10-13. http://www.southafrica.info/business/economy/infrastructure/ngqura-120909.htm. Retrieved 9 March 2010.  ^ http://www.npa.co.za/PDF%20Documents/Ngqura/Ngqura%20fact%20sheet.pdf ^ http://www.sturrockshipping.co.za/upload/saport/file/11_06_PORT_OF_Ngqura.pdf