1. Port Tampa Bay

It handles around 33 million tons of cargo annually and covers over 5000 acres of area, divided into specialized terminals.

2. Port of Miami

It has two ultra-modern cruise terminals with all amenities. More than 300 large vessels have docked at Miami.

3. Port Everglades

Everglades is South Florida’s most important port for receiving energy supplies like Jet fuel and gasoline. The port was opened in 1928 and constituted 44 berths and several specialized terminals.

4. Port Of Jacksonville

Jacksonville port has three cargo terminals, namely. The Mount Island Marine terminal, the Dames point facility and the Talleyrand terminal.

5. Port of Fort Pierce

It has numerous harbours for accommodating general cargo, perishable items, bulk and breakbulk like cement. Around 50,000 tons of cargo are handled each year.

6. Port of Fernandina

Fernandina handles approximately 550,000 tons of cargo and over 500 ships annually. It has facilities for handling containers, containers and RORO.

7. Port St Petersberg

It has a 1300 ft wharfage, comprising three piers on the northern Bayboro harbour. The passenger terminal lies on the western part of the harbour.

8. Port of Manatee

It propels the economy of Southwest Florida and supplies over 400 million gallons of gasoline and other fuels.

9. Port of Key West

The southernmost port of Florida, Key West, has three harbours or terminals, namely Mallory Square, the Navy’s Outer Mole Pier and Pier B.

10. Port of Panama City

The port has an intermodal distribution hub to promote the warehouse and distribution of bulk cargo.

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