“Largest 7 Ports in Equatorial Guinea”

Find Busiest Equatorial Guinea Port

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is on Central Africa’s west coast, near the Equator and Gulf of Guinea, covering 28,000 square kilometers with a 1,468,777 population. Equatorial Guinea is divided into an island region and a mainland region.

Considering the top lists is essential if you would like to import from or export to Equatorial Guinea via sea freight. We’ve enlisted the major seven ports in Equatorial Guinea on this page, including vital information on each port.

Port of Bata
Port of Bata
Bata Equatorial Guinea

Port of Bata is one of the country’s primary ports. It is also one of the deepest seaports in the region.

  • TEU: 300,000
  • Established a jetty to allow ships’ cargoes to be handled offshore
  • Main exports: coffee, timber, palm oil, and cocoa
  • Accessible facilities for general cargo and tankers
  • Once the capital of Equatorial Guinea and a transportation center
Port of Luba
Port of Luba
Luba3.28.0.n Equatorial Guinea

Luba is a logging port on the island’s west coast, lying between volcanic peaks. A free port close to the town opened in 1999, providing deepwater access for more extensive and oil industry vessels.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Operates as an Oilfield Service Base and Logistic Center
  • Feeder container services are available
  • Port Type – Seaport
  • Maximum draught – 9.5 meters, max LOA 135 meters
Port of Malabo
Port of Malabo
QQ5J+384, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Port of Malabo is in the Atlantic Ocean, to the north of the island of Bioko. This port, commonly known as Rey Malabo, is Equatorial Guinea’s capital.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Possess facilities for tanker vessels, bulk, and general cargo
  • Separated into Old Port and New Port
  • Major imports: used vehicles and clothing, construction materials, and varieties of food products
  • Primary exports: crude oil, timber, and cocoa beans
  • Yearly manages: about 40 vessels, 380,500 tons, and 135,000 tons of containerized and frozen cargoes
Port of Benito
Port of Benito
Comandante de Puerto Ayudantia Militar de Marina Benito Equatorial Guinea

Port of Benito is located on the Equatorial Guinea coast, near the mouth of the Benito River. It is operated by the Port Authority of Benito.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Commonly known as a Mbini
  • Tiny general cargo port
  • Port Type – Pier, Jetty, or Wharf
  • Max Draught – 4.2 meters
Zafiro Marine Terminal
Zafiro Marine Terminal
Equatorial Guinea

Zafiro Marine Terminal is situated in Block B, around 40 nautical miles northwest of Malabo, off the coastline of Equatorial Guinea.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Comprises of the FPU ( Zafiro Producer), ( Jade), and FPSO ( Serpentina)
  • Possess several flow and gas lines runs from the FPU to the production well
  • Max. Vessel size – over 350,000DWT
  • No draught limits as the water depth are 475 meters
Ceiba Marine Terminal
Ceiba Marine Terminal
Equatorial Guinea

Ceiba Marine Terminal is located 15 nautical miles off the coast of Equatorial Guinea at 01°24’N 009°13’E in approximately 90 meters of water. Triton Equatorial Guinea manages and runs the seaport activities and operations.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Comprises FPSO vessel “Sendje Ceiba,” a 274,000DWT Bahamian-flagged tanker
  • A Mooring Master usually oversees all crude oil loading and export operations at the terminal
  • Export tankers can be loaded at any time, depending on weather and other factors
  • CALM Buoy: SBM has a max. Vessel size of 350,000DWT and a min. vessel size of 150,000DWT
  • 350,000 DWT is the largest vessel handled
  • Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Anchorage water depth:23.2m – OVER
  • Maximum vessel size:  500 feet in length
Punta Europa Terminal
Punta Europa Terminal
Equatorial Guinea

Punta Europa Terminal is located off Macias Nguema Biyogo (Bioko Island), previously Fernando Po Island. Marathon, E.G., Production Ltd (Marathon) operates the terminal, which exports Alba LNG, condensate, LPG, and Methanol.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Made up of a single train capable of transporting 3.7 million metric tones per year
  • Maximum vessel size: SBM LOA – 244meter, around 105,000 DWT
  • SBM terminal is around 800 meters offshore
  • LNG tanker, LPG tanker, Oil/chemical tanker, Crew Boat regularly visit the port
  • Anchorage water depth: 23.2m – OVER
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