Florida's 15 public seaports are an important part of Florida's economy. Not only do the cruise ships come and go through many of the ports, cargo shipments bring in and ship out products and supplies. See Also: Florida Harbors & Marinas

 

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Florida Ports Council (FPC), is a Florida nonprofit corporation that serves as the professional association for Florida’s fifteen public seaports and their management. 

Jaxport is an international trade and cruise seaport located on the north east coast of Florida. 

Port Canaveral is located on the Central East Coast of Florida and is a customer-friendly gateway to major consumer markets and leisure destinations offering cruise lines, cargo lines and shippers, businesses and vacationers the capabilities of a first-class deepwater port.

Port Everglades is Florida’s “powerhouse port” due to the fact that it is one of the top three cruise ports in the world as well as one of the most active containerized cargo ports in the U.S. and South Florida’s main seaport for petroleum products such as gasoline and jet fuel.

Port Manatee is located on the Gulf Coast of Florida, South Tampa Bay, the closest U.S. deepwater port to the Panama Canal. One of Florida's largest and fastest growing seaports, Port Manatee offers services for a wide range of cargo.  

Port of Key West offers deepwater port activities of Cruise Ships and Navy vessels and includes cruise berths at Mallory Square, the Navy’s Outer Mole Pier, and the privately owned Pier B at the Weston Resort and is one of the nations busiest ferry port. 

Port of Palm Beach located in Southeast Florida's East Coast, is the fourth busiest container port of Florida’s 14 deepwater ports and is the 18th busiest container port in the United States. 

Port Pensacola, strategically positioned along the Gulf of Mexico in Northwest Florida, is a diverse business focused, full service deep-water port offering stevedoring and marine terminal services for all descriptions of bulk, break-bulk, unitized freight, and special project cargo. most diverse and business focused deep-water port. 

Port of Port St. Joe is a deepwater seaport on the Gulf Coast of Florida suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways.

Port of St. Petersburg, located on Central Florida's Gulf Coast in Tampa Bay, offers services for large yachts, as well as benefits of marine science/research facilities on port property.

Port Panama City located on the Gulf Coast in Northwest Florida handles over a million tons of cargo per year and provides essential support service for major manufacturing companies in the area.

Port Tampa Bay on Central Florida's Gulf Coast, is largest of the Florida ports by tonnage and land and is a full service port for both cargo and cruise ships as well as other maritime activities including important shipbuilding and repair facilities. 

PortMiami located in South Florida and home to one of the nations busiest ports, is known around the world as the Cruise Capital of the World and Cargo Gateway of the Americas. PortMiami is home to several large cruise lines offering year round cruises to locations around the globe.