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]

AfricaEdit

Mediterranean SeaEdit

Atlantic OceanEdit

(from North to South)

ProposedEdit

(from North to South)

Red SeaEdit

Indian OceanEdit

(from North to South)

ProposedEdit

AmericasEdit

CanadaEdit

Arctic OceanEdit

Atlantic OceanEdit

Pacific OceanEdit

  • 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.

GreenlandEdit

Arctic OceanEdit

United States of AmericaEdit

Atlantic OceanEdit

Gulf of MexicoEdit

Pacific OceanEdit

Latin America and the CaribbeanEdit

Atlantic OceanEdit

Caribbean SeaEdit

Pacific OceanEdit

ProposedEdit

AsiaEdit

BangladeshEdit

ProposedEdit

BruneiEdit

CambodiaEdit

ChinaEdit

Hong KongEdit

IndiaEdit

ProposedEdit

JapanEdit

  • 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

MalaysiaEdit

MyanmarEdit

ProposedEdit

PakistanEdit

PhilippinesEdit

TaiwanEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

SingaporeEdit

Sri LankaEdit

ThailandEdit

United Arab EmiratesEdit

VietnamEdit

ProposedEdit

EuropeEdit

Nordic / BalticEdit

North Sea / mainlandEdit

Iberia and MediterraneanEdit

Great BritainEdit

IrelandEdit

  • Cork, deep water multi modal port, south coast of Ireland. Celtic Sea/Atlantic Ocean.
  • Aughinish, Ireland
  • Moneypoint, Ireland

OceaniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

(clockwise from north)

New ZealandEdit

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

OtherEdit

MapsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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