By 2017, the Russian Baltic port of Ust-Luga will be handling more than 100mt (metric tonnes). This will increase to 170mt by 2020. Around $5.662 billion has been invested in the port, of which three quarters has come from the private sector. The port can handle vessels of up to 75,000dwt and has a deepwater area offering draught of 17.5m. Facilities are accessed via a 3.7km-long canal.