Florida's Major Ports


Port Everglades

Since it serves as a hub for both international trade and cruise vacations, Port Everglades is one of South Florida's most important economic generators.


Port Canaveral

With over 4 million visitors during their 2022 financial year, the port became the busiest cruise port in the entire world.


Port of Fernandina

It serves as a terminal for the export of steel, machinery, car parts, chemicals, drinks, building materials, and food products in addition to pulp and paper. 


Port of Panama City

Florida's Port of Panama City is a port on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. The Port Authority of Panama City is in charge of managing the port.


Port of Miami

It is both the biggest cargo port in the US and the biggest passenger port in the entire world. It is formally known as the Dante B.


Port of Long Beach

Located in the Californian city of Long Beach and has 25 miles of waterfront, serves as a significant entry point for trade between the US and Asia.


Port of Fort Pierce

Even the Florida Maritime Training Academy, which offers hands-on instruction to all sailors, is located in the historic port area of Fort Pierce.


Port Tampa Bay

It is the largest port in the state of Florida and is overseen by the Tampa Port Authority, a Hillsborough County agency.


Port of Jacksonville

Also known as JAXPORT, was established in 1963 and now serves cruise ships, ferry services, cargo ships, and other seaport traffic in the area.


Port of Key West

Port of Key West includes three cruise ship docks in addition to Key West Bight and Garrison Bight at City Marina.


More Stories