Harman Patil (Editor)

Port of Cebu

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Country  Philippines
Operated by  Cebu Port Authority
Size  medium
Location  Cebu City, Philippines
Type of harbor  Artificial
Annual cargo tonnage  9,596,102
Port of Cebu wwwportcallscomwpcontentuploads201502Port

Port of Cebu (Filipino: Pantalan ng Sugbo) is a seaport located in Cebu City, Philippines. It is the port that serves the Metro Cebu Area and it is managed by the Cebu Port Authority. It is the largest domestic port in the Philippines, mostly serving routes in the Visayas and Mindanao.


Map of Cebu Harbor, Cebu City, Philippines


It is located in the North Reclamation Area, Cebu City, Philippines. It is in the Mactan Channel, a narrow strait between the Cebu and Mactan islands.


The harbor consists of international and domestic sections.

The Cebu International Port covers an area of 14 hectares (35 acres), consisting of 512 metres (1,680 ft) of berthing space, with 1,953 [Twenty-foot equivalent unit|TEU]] ground slots and 204 refrigerated container plugs, as well as a bulk handling terminal.

The Cebu Domestic Port covers an area of 21 hectares (52 acres), consisting of 3,838.47 metres (12,593.4 ft) of berthing space and 3 piers, 3 passenger terminals for inter-island trips, and 2 ferry terminals for Cebu City–Mactan ferry boats.

Passenger terminal

The 2,688 square metres (28,930 sq ft) terminal partially opened on November and started regular operations on November 21, 2014. It features a fully air–conditioned terminal with a spacious lobby that houses the Port Management Office, a send-off area, and a last-minute canteen. It also has a Wi-Fi Internet Connection.


Statistics include all ports under jurisdiction by Cebu Port Authority, i.e. Cebu City, Mandaue, Danao, Santa Fe, Toledo, and Argao.


Port of Cebu Wikipedia

Similar Topics
Peter Andrikidis
Francis Moze
Shepherd Clark