Port of Limassol is the Mediterranean’s busiest port in terms of shipments trade. This port is the largest in Cyprus.
- TEU: 600,000 annual
- Port handles 66% of Cyprus container traffic, over 90% of cruise passengers, and grain imports.
- Well-protected port via breakwaters
- Cargoes handled: ro-ro, break, dry, liquid bulk, timber, iron, and containers.
- Possess ferry passenger facilities
- Annually handled: 371,600 passengers, 4.655 million tons of cargo, and about 3,800 vessels.
Larnaca Port is a well-sheltered port by two breakwaters. This port is positioned on the south coast of Cyprus.
- TEU: 30,000 containers (2008)
- Republic of Cyprus 2nd largest port
- Functioned as an open anchorage
- Cargo handled: ro-ro, timber, iron, break, dry, and liquid bulk
- Multi-purpose port with 445,000 meters in length
Port of Famagusta is a seaport in Cyprus. This port is the primary port in Northern Cyprus.
- TEU: N/A
- Carrying all types of cargos
- Petroleum products handled by the Cyprus Turkish Petroleum Company
- Port offers free zone
- Accessible to domestic vessels traffic
Dhekelia is a harbor-type port situated on the south coast of Cyprus, around seven kilometers northeast of Larnaca.
- TEU: N/A
- It consists of an open refuge berth and three mooring buoys
- Only tankers are allowed to berth for discharge to the power plant
- Annually managed around 517,000 tons of fuel oil