Porbandar Port is a natural port located in the state of Gujarat, India. It is situated on the Arabian Sea and is primarily used for fishing and trade activities. Here is some information about Porbandar Port:
|Name of Port
|Porbandar, Gujarat, India
|Porbandar Port Trust
Porbandar Port has a single jetty with a length of 210 meters and a depth of 6 meters. The port is primarily used for the handling of fish and fishery products, but it also has facilities for the handling of general cargo, such as cement, salt, and timber.
The annual cargo traffic at Porbandar Port is approximately 0.5 million metric tonnes.
Porbandar Port offers a range of services, including:
- Cargo handling for fish and fishery products, as well as general cargo
- Cold storage facilities for fish and fishery products
- Warehousing facilities
- Pilotage services
- Tug services
- Bunkering services
- Ship repair and maintenance facilities
Porbandar Port is well connected by road and rail. The port is located about 6 km from the Porbandar railway station, which is connected to major cities such as Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Delhi. The port is also accessible by road, with the National Highway 51 passing through Porbandar. The nearest airport to the port is Porbandar Airport, which is located about 5 km away.