List of Panamax ports

A Panamax port is a deepwater port that can accommodate a fully laden Panamax ship. With the completion of the Panama Canal expansion project in 2016, this list will need to be significantly revised due to larger "post panamax" ships transiting Panama. Other lists are required for even bigger Valemax and Chinamax ships.[1]

Africa

Mediterranean Sea

Atlantic Ocean

(from North to South)

Proposed

(from North to South)

Red Sea

Indian Ocean

(from North to South)

Proposed

Americas

Canada

Arctic Ocean

Atlantic Ocean

Pacific Ocean

  • Port of Prince Rupert deep sea port with direct rail connections to major North American cities.
  • Port Alberni fjord-like channel that deep sea vessels and cruise ships can easily navigate.
  • Port of Vancouver modern port of entry on the west coast of Canada.
  • Squamish Terminals breakbulk terminal on the west coast of Canada specializing in the movement of forestry, steel, and project cargo.
  • Crofton The main factor for its location is the depth of the water, unusual for the east coast of Vancouver Island.
  • Kitimat year-round deep-sea shipping connects North America to the Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Rim.[12] According to the Transport Canada's Technical Review Process of Marine Terminal Systems and Transshipment Sites (TERMPOL) the passageway into the Port of Kitimat is "safely accessible by Panamax vessels, VLCC (Very Large Crude Carrier) VLCC’s and Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCCs) up to 320,000 DWT.[12] A strategic port in the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines project.

Greenland

Arctic Ocean

United States of America

Atlantic Ocean

Gulf of Mexico

Pacific Ocean

Latin America and the Caribbean

Atlantic Ocean

Caribbean Sea

Pacific Ocean

Proposed

Asia

Bangladesh

Proposed

Brunei

Cambodia

China

Proposed

Hong Kong

India

Proposed

Japan

  • Port of Yokohama post Panamax multi-purpose port
  • Kashima container, dry and wet bulk and general cargo port
  • Fukuyama multi-purpose and dry bulk port

Malaysia

Myanmar

Proposed

Pakistan

Philippines

Taiwan

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Thailand

United Arab Emirates

Vietnam

Proposed

Europe

Nordic / Baltic

North Sea / mainland

  • JadeWeserPort, Wilhelmshaven, Lower Saxony, Germany (oil, coal, chemicals.)
  • Port of Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
  • IJmuiden, North Holland, Netherlands
  • Rotterdam, South Holland (post-Panamax) largest port in Europe
  • Zeebrugge, West Flanders, Belgium
  • Antwerp, Belgium
  • Dunkirk, northern France (different kinds of liquid and bulk handling.)
  • Le Havre, northern France (oil, coal, chemicals, container. Draft up to 82 feet)
  • Zeeland Seaports, Zeeland, ports of Vlissingen and Terneuzen

Iberia and Mediterranean

Great Britain

Ireland

  • Cork, deep water multi modal port, south coast of Ireland. Celtic Sea/Atlantic Ocean. The second biggest port in the world by geographic size.

Aughinish, Ireland Moneypoint, Ireland

Oceania

Australia

(clockwise from north)

New Zealand

(Source: Recount, Taranaki District Council newsletter, page 5.)

Other

Maps

See also

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