Gateway Marine

Gateway Marine owns and operates three American flagged barges, ranging from 5,200 ton to 11,400 ton capacity. This enables Gateway to transport a wide variety of cargoes to and from ports ranging from Maine to Texas as well as Puerto Rico. For more information on barge transportation options and services, please contact Gateway Marine.

Barges
marine GT cargomaster

GT CARGOMASTER

  • Official # 588661 Built in 1977
  • Barge Welded Steel with fiberglass covers. Hull and hatch construction greatly exceeds ABS requirements and design.
  • Ocean Service, ABS Loadline
  • 5490 Ton Capacity

Dimensions

  • LENGTH: 300′ 0″
  • BEAM: 43′ 6″
  • LIGHT DRAFT: 3’03”
  • LOADED DRAFT: 17’06”

Cargo Box​

  • LENGTH: 264′
  • BEAM: 34′
marine GT bulkmaster

GT BULKMASTER

  • Official # 641591 Built in 1981
  • Barge Welded Steel construction
  • Open hopper barge
  • Inland Service
  • 11,400 Ton Capacity

Dimensions

  • LENGTH: 340′
  • BEAM: 70′
  • LIGHT DRAFT: 3’06”
  • LOADED DRAFT: 19’06”
marine capn sam

CAP’N SAM

  • Official # 1165214 Built in 2004
  • Barge for various dry cargo: steel, sand, salt, coal etc.
  • Inland Service
  • 6,000 Short Tons  Capacity

Dimensions

  • LENGTH: 240′
  • BEAM: 66′
  • DEPTH: 18′

Cargo Box

  • LENGTH: 216′
  • BEAM: 58′
  • LIGHT DRAFT: 2’00”
  • LOADED DRAFT: 14’07”

Draft Loadline

  • 14′ 6-7/8″
marine contact

Contact

Greg Baribault
Marine Operations

Email: gbaribault@gatewayt.com
Office: (203) 467-1997

​Gateway Terminal
400 Waterfront Street
New Haven, CT 06512

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Berths

Gateway Terminal operates 4 main dry and liquid berths for ships and 3 berths for barges.


Having 7 berths available at our facility enables Gateway Terminal to handle several vessels and barges simultaneously to meet the on time loading and off loading.

North – South Berths

North and South berths are located on Gateway Terminal’s main 750′ by 60′ concrete finger pier. Our pier was built to accommodate up to 70,000 deadweight ton vessels with a 36′ draft at MLW.

Berths
marine docks

Docks

Two 300′ separate docks and a 225′ wharf are available for the exclusive use of loading and discharging various dry bulk commodities transported by barge