Ship to Shore Cable

  • Approvals: Classifications of DNV-GL, BV, and ABS Approvals
  • Rating Voltage: 600/1000 Volts
  • Standards: IEC 60332-3-22, IEC 60332-1, and IEC 60228
  • Features: Flame Retardant, Strong Cover Layering ,High Protective Measures

Description of Ship to Shore Cable

Ship to shore power cables are electrical transmission cables used to move electricity from the cargo vessel toward the coast.

This supplies the vessel with the necessary electricity while it is docked, which will sustain its electrical power when offshore.

This helps several vessel functions, including shipping structures systems, electrical generation, and control system mechanisms.

Cable Construction

•Ship to Shore Cable's Conductor: Tinned Wired Copper, in accordance with IEC 60228
•Ship to Shore Cable's Insulation: EPR fire-resistant, in accordance with IEC: 60332-3-22, IEC: 60332-1
•Ship to Shore Jacket: Thermoset CSP/CPE/PCP
•Ship to Shore Cable's Colors of Insulation: Red, White, and Black

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Advantages of Our Product

Guangming’s ship-to-shore cable is an excellent electrically-powered conductor mostly availed by the largest ship companies in the industry.

With our notable cutting-edge technology, we can give you the best and highest-quality cable products. We have been in the industry for so long, and ship to shore commands, connection, and constructing processes are highly sought-after.

Resistance to Liquids

With our ship-to-shore cables, secured and safe electrical transmissions are ensured without worrying about the cable being wet and causing electrical problems.


Our offered ship-to-shore cable is known for being the best cable in terms of flexibility and lightweight because it can be used, installed, and operated hassle-free.


Ship-to-shore cable's electrical composition is all constructed crucially with the most durable manufactured materials, making it the most robust and the can-last-for-a-long-time cable.

Cable Resistance

The shore power cable has a strong resistance against water, acid, heat, flame, moisture, and grease because of its compact and robust protective layering on its outer surface.

It is known for its high performance which is why many industrial companies are using this. Since it is water resistant, it can fully sustain the electrical power supply in the boat while docked without creating electrical power problems and circuits.

It can withstand any extreme surrounding conditions and can guard the electricity flowing from the shore source to the vessel.

Cable Features

Ship to shore electrical connector cable is highly resistant to solid conditions due to its well-aligned materials and tinned wires. It has a maximum voltage of 600 Volts and is coated with a jacket for protection.

The jacket protects crucial components and circuitry and can withstand temperatures up to 105°C during distribution. This flexibility is essential for smaller vessels to generate enough electricity for water-based functions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Shore power cables have various sizes. The two known and well-utilized sizes of its kind are the 30 AMP which requires number 10 wiring and the 50 AMP which requires 4 different number wires. One is number 8 and the other three are number 6. This will help carry and sustain electrical distribution.

When a water vessel docked at the shoreline, there is an AC plug on the shore located on the electrical pedestal. Using the ship-to-shore cable, this will be plugged in and the electricity from the power source will be transferred and transmitted to the power generator of the vessel. It has robust protective outer layering that can resist any abrasion and heavy scratches get from connecting the power cable to the shore electrical source.

Shore power cables are used to transfer electric power from the shore source. Using the cable, the drained electric power generator in a water vessel will be full and can be used for electrical charging and operation in the water. Since power-generated ships/ boats run out of power energy most of the time, this type of cable can be used when docked on the shore to get electrical energy power. It has a higher resistance to different conditions like extreme weather, acid, heat, water, moisture, and so much more. Even though this cable is submerged under water and wet by the ocean’s water, it can still sustain high-performance transmission of electrical supply.

A shore to ship is when the electrical power needed by a water vessel is transferred and transmitted through a cable. This cable is called ship-to-shore cable and has been used by many shipping companies and private individuals with ships/boats/vessels. In situations where the water vessel is in need of electrical power because its own power-generating machine has run out of power supply, a shore-to-ship cable can be utilized in this situation by plugging it into the electrical pedestal.