Namely, the Coast Guard has determined that ports in the following countries are not maintaining effective antiterrorism measures:



  • Ebome Marine Terminal
  • Quai GETMA (LAMNALCO Base) Facility
  • Société Nationale de Raffinage (SONARA) Terminal (also known as Cap Limboh Terminal)
  • Kome-Kribi 1
  • Douala International Terminal (also known as Douala Containers)
  • Moudi Terminal)


-Cote d’ Ivoire

  • Terminal A Conteneurs
  • Carena Shipyard)


  • Doraleh Container Terminal
  • Doraleh Oil Terminal (Horizon)

-Equatorial Guinea

  • Ceiba
  • K-5 Oil Center
  • Luba
  • Punta Europa Terminal
  • Zafiro Marine Terminal)





  • Al-Basrah Oil Terminal (ABOT)
  • Khor Al Amaya Oil Terminal (KAAOT)
  • Al Maqal Terminal 14, also known as the North
  • America Western Asia Holdings Facility)


  • Port of Monrovia)



  • Toamasina (also known as Tamatave)
  • Madagascar International Container Terminal Services Ltd - MICTSL
  • Ambatovy Bulk Jetty Terminal
  • Platefore Petrolier GALANA)




  • APAPA Bulk Terminal, formerly APP Apapa Bulk Terminal
  • APM Terminal, formerly APP AP Moller Terminal
  • Bert Operation Platform
  • Bonny River Terminal, formerly BON Bonny River Terminal
  • Escravos BOP
  • Federal Lighter Terminal (FLT) Onne, formerly ONN FLT
  • Federal Ocean Terminal (FOT) Onne, formerly ONN FOT
  • Five Star Logistics Terminal, formerly TIN FSL
  • FSO YOHO, formerly CBQ FSO YOHO (Exxon Mobile)
  • GDNL Terminal, formerly APP Greenview Terminal
  • Intels Nigeria Limited Terminal
  • MRS Oil Gas Jetty, formerly TIN DANTATA
  • Nigerdock Jetty
  • Port and Cargo Handling Terminal, formerly TIN PTML Terminal C
  • Port and Terminal Multiservices Ltd, formerly TIN PTML Terminal E
  • Shell Bonny Oil & Gas Terminal, formerly BON NLGN Bonny Terminal
  • Shell Export Terminal Forcadoes
  • Shoreline Logistics Jetty, formerly CBQ Logistics Base Terminal
  • Tincan Island Container Terminal, formerly TIN TICT Terminal B

-Sao Tome and Principe






Balhaf LNG Terminal: USCG has separate, more stringent security protocols in place for vessels arriving to the United States from Balhaf. Vessels planning to arrive to the United States from Balhaf should contact the cognizant USCG Captain of the Port well in advance.)



Therefore, all vessels arriving to the US that visited the countries listed above during their last five port calls must take the following actions as a condition of entry into US ports:

1.Implement measures per the ship’s security plan equivalent to Security Level 2;

2. Ensure that each access point to the ship is guarded and that the guards have total visibility of the
exterior (both landside and waterside) of the vessel. Guards may be:

  • provided by the ship’s crew, however, additional crewmembers should be placed on the ship if necessary to ensure that limits on maximum hours of work are not exceeded and/or minimum hours of rest are met, or
  • provided by outside security forces approved by the ship’s master and Company Security Officer.

3. Attempt to execute a Declaration of Security;

4. Log all security actions in the ship’s security records; and

5. Report actions taken to the cognizant USCG Captain of the Port prior to arrival in the US.

Failure to properly implement these actions may result in delay or denial of entry into the United States.


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USCG Port Security Advisory