“Largest 22 Ports in Romania”

Find Biggest Romanian Port

As the 12th largest country in Europe, Romania has a growing economy. The major ports play a significant role in it through smooth import and export trade operations.

Romanian ports are located along the Black Sea, supplying networks across many countries around the world. Its strategic location takes part in international commerce and maritime trade.

The Ports Authority of Romania manages and run these port. The following is a list of 20+ largest ports in Romania.

See individual port details below.

Port of Constanța
Port of Constanța
Constanța, Romania

One of the largest ports in the Black Sea is the Port of Constanța. It ranks as 17th largest port in Europe. It inhabited 3,926 hectares, from where 1,313 hectares is a land and 2,613 hectares is water.

  • TEU: 668,016 (2018)
  • Protected by two breakwaters
  • A maritime and a river port
  • Handling capacity: 100 million tons annually
  • Quay length – 29.83 kilometers
  • Depth – ranging 8 and 19 meters
  • Can take in tankers with 165,000 tons DWT
  • Over 200 river vessels every day are in the port;
  • Loading or unloading of cargo or waiting to be operated
Port of Midia
Port of Midia
DJ226, Romania

The Port of Midia is a multipurpose port and one of the satellite ports of Constantza. It was created and built to provide the adjacent industrial and petrochemicals facilities.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top handles cargoes: ammonia, crude oil, Agri bulk, packed chemicals, LPG, and metallic products
  • Total length of breakwaters – 6,760 meters
  • Has 12 berths with a total length of 1,477 meters
  • Around 2.1 million tons of cargo and 468 vessels visit the port yearly
  • Max.size: draught – 8.0 meters, 20,000DWT
Port of Medgidia
Port of Medgidia
cluzei no.1 Street, Agigea Post Office 907015. Constantza 907015. Romania

Port of Medgidia is one of the largest riverine ports in Romania. It is located at 37.5 kilometers, Danube-black sea canal.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Principal handles: passenger vessels, general and bulk cargoes
  • Has 22 working berth covering an area of 19 hectares
  • About 1,008 vessels, and 1.3 million of tons yearly handled
  • Minimum depth size – 7.0 meters
  • Maximum draught size – 5.5 meters
  • Cargo pier depth – 6.4m – 7.6m
Port of Bechet
Port of Bechet
Bechet 207060, Romania

Port of Bechet is positioned on the left side of Danube. It is accessible only by road.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Has 2 docks : [1] stone-made – 600 meters, [2] vertical dock – 70 meters length
  • Possess three berths: (1) cereal berth with 300m, (2) general goods 200m, and (3) dana oil terminal at 300m
  • Around 50,000 tons of cargo are handled annually
  • Provides wide storage spaces, warehouse. Oil terminal and platform with 12,000 square meters
Port of the New Galati Basin
Port of the New Galati Basin
Str.Portului nr.34 Galati 800025 Romania

Port of the New Galati Basin is the second-largest Romanian port, it is the very important port of Danube.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top venture: shipbuilding, and contacts for a variety of goods
  • Specializing in loading and unloading, storage of import and exports goods
  • Goods trade approximately 1.1 million tons on 2006
Port of Călărași
Port of Călărași
Str. Dobrogei, nr. 1. Calarasi Romania

The Port of Călărași is positioned at 370 kilometers on the left side of the Danube River.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Handled commodities: grain, fertilizers, raw materials, coke, and steel products
  • Comprise of three areas: commercial port, steel product port, and industrial port
  • Around 1.6 million tons of cargo yearly handled
  • Min. water depth – 2.8 meters
  • Max. draught size – 2.0 meters
Port of Brăila
Port of Brăila
Dana 18/PA181 Port Braila 810118 Romania

Port of Brăila is a vital port of Romania that deals with trade and transportation of cereals.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Divided to three ports: the old port, Braila docks port, and downstream dock basin zone
  • Navigation throughout the entire year
  • Top imports: general cargo, steels, and machinery
  • Principal exports: timber, grain, and livestock
  • Handled yearly: about 2.2 million tons of cargo
  • Draught size – 7.0 meters
Port of Giurgiu
Port of Giurgiu
Sos. Portului, nr. 1. Giurgiu Romania

Port of Giurgiu is positioned near the border of Bulgaria, around 75 kilometers south of Bucuresti.

  • TEU: 30,000
  • Has three-port areas: the commercial port, oil terminal, and the plant’s canal port
  • Major handles: passengers, oil, stone ballast, cereal, sugar, and wood products
  • Annual total trade: about 1.3 million tons in the commercial port, 1.3 million tons of general cargo, 450,000tons of dry cargo, and 100,000 tons of oil products
  • Max. vessel size – 1,500 tons in commercial and plants canal port, 2,000t in oil terminal, and 5,000 in the shipyard
Port of Orșova
Port of Orșova
3 Portului Street Drobeta Turnu Severin Romania

Port of Orșova focused on energy and bentonite production, chromium, and granite industry. It is located at the Danube close to Romania’s Mehedinti County.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top ventures: receive and store goods, transport of stored products, loading and unloading of grains
  • Produce shipbuilding services and has a total capacity of 12 million tons
  • Handled: powdery materials, trade-in loose cement, and bulk goods
  • Propose commercial spaces, stockroom, and offices accessible for rent
  • Has modern infrastructure
Port of Moldova Veche
Port of Moldova Veche
Portului Street, no.1, Giurgiu / Romania

The Port of Moldova Veche is situated in the town of Moldova Nouă on the Danube River. It is one of the largest river ports in Romania.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Six berths accessible with a total of 560 meters quay length
  • Has two terminals for cargo and passenger
  • Cargo handled is about 250,000 tons (2008)
Port of Mangalia
Port of Mangalia
Mangalia, Constanta Romania

Port of Mangalia is a satellite port of Constantza that supports by accommodating small vessels. Occupies an area around 50.4 hectares from where 16.6 hectares is a land area.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Has breakwaters with 2.74 meters total length
  • Construct all types of commercial vessels up to 260 meter LOA, 110,000 DWT
  • Four berths with 533 meters total length
  • Trade data: 200,000 tons of cargo, and about 120 vessels handled each year
  • Draught – 7.5 meters, 10,000DWT
Port of Sulina
Port of Sulina
Sulina 825400, Romania

The Port of Sulina is positioned on the right side, at the entrance of the Danube, around 148 kilometers east of Constantza.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Main commodities: fertilizers, timber, steel products, phosphate, iron ore, and containers
  • Depths ranging – 10.0 meters to 14.0 meters
  • Annual cargo handled is around 300,000 tons
  • Largest vessel size handled – 25,000DWT,
  • Max. size: LOA 200 meters, draught 7.4 meters
Port of Luminița
Port of Luminița
Ecluzei no.1 Street, Agigea Post Office 907015 Constantza 907015 Romania

Port of Luminița is one of the deepest seaports in Romania. It is authorized by the Administration of the Navigable Canals (ACN Constantza).

  • TEU: N/A
  • Port type – pier, wharf, or jetty
  • Has four working berths with a total length of 280 meters
  • Specializes in loading raw materials for cement factory, and iron scrap
  • Annual trade capacity: 6.5 million tons
Port of Calafat
Port of Calafat
Calafat Romania

Port of Calafat is purely a marina-type harbor. Situated at 795 kilometers on the left side of the Danube.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Handled volume: 324 boats, dry storage, petrol station, crane, and ramp
  • Excellent services offered
  • Commonly used as a transportation area,
  • River ferry crossing points for vehicles and passengers
  • Handles around 350,000 tons of cargo yearly
  • Maximum size – 2,000DWT
  • Draught size – 3.5 meters
Port of Cernavodă
Port of Cernavodă
Cernavodă 905200, Romania

Port of Cernavodă is located 300 kilometers on the Danube-Black Sea Canal.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top handled cargoes: ballast, petroleum, cereals, and general cargo
  • Port basin area: ten hectares, minimum depth 2.5 meters
  • Commercial port handled: 1million tons of cargo per year
  • Max. size: 2,000 DWT, draught 2.5 meters
Port of Corabia
Port of Corabia
Strada Elena Doamna 11, Corabia 235300, Romania

The Port of Corabia is owned by the Administratia Porturilor Dunarii Fluviale. It is situated in Corabia, Romania.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top venture: transporting
  • Harbor type port
  • Occupies an area of 22.6315 hectares
  • Cargo handled: 100,000 tons (2008)
Port of Drobeta Turnu Severin
Port of Drobeta Turnu Severin
Sos. Portului, nr. 3. Drobeta Turnu Severin, Mehedinti 220234. Romania

As a major industrial port to the Danube, Port of Drobeta Turnu Severin in the state of commerce freedom, open the door to Austrian and occidental capital to enter by leaning the change of material values compulsory for the practical development of modern Romania.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Major cargoes handled: cement, grain, steel products, and coke
  • Commonly used as winter harbour
  • Shipyard can handle vessels with 7,500 DWT
  • Annual cargo handled: around 600,000 tons
  • Maximum size – 3,000DWT, draught – 4.0 meters
Port of Isaccea
Port of Isaccea
Isaccea 825200. Romania

Port of Isaccea is situated 104 kilometers on the right side of the Maritime Danube.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Principal handle: wood, stone, and sand cargo
  • Serves the home market and passenger service
  • Yearly handled: around 170 vessels, and 201, 130 tons of cargo
Port of Oltenița
Port of Oltenița
Portului Street, no.1, Giurgiu / Romania

The Port of Oltenița is positioned on the left side of the Danube, at 430 kilometers.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Possess commercial berth proposed for transporting of ballast product
  • Provide equipment for handling and transporting products
  • Offered services: storage, loading, or unloading bulk goods, river transport for bulk goods
Port of Tulcea
Port of Tulcea
Str.Portului nr. 26. Tulcea 820243. Romania

Port of Tulcea supplies the entire Danube Delta with commercial and passenger transportation. It is located on the south side of the Danube at 37 nautical miles to 40 nautical miles guided by Sulina.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Top exports: aluminum hydroxide, scrap iron, and ferroalloys
  • Principal imports: limestone, quartzite, chemicals in bags, bauxite, chrome ore
  • Mainly transport: dry and wet cargo in bulk and general cargo
  • Annual cargo handled: 1.5 million tons bulk cargo, 500,000 tons other cargo
  • Maximum size draught: 7.2 meters
Port of Turnu Mǎgurele
Port of Turnu Mǎgurele
Turnu Mǎgurele, Romania

The Port of Turnu Mǎgurele is positioned at 597 kilometers on the left side of the Danube.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Principally handles: passengers, grain, raw materials for the chemicals, general cargo, wood products, and fertilizers in bulk
  • Cargo annually handled: around 800,000 tons
  • Maximum draught – 2.8 meters, 1,500DWT
Port of Galați
Port of Galați
E87 1, Galați, Romania

Being one of the largest ports and seaports on the Danube River, the Port of Galați is the main source of revenue for the city since countless big international companies have settled there.

  • TEU: N/A
  • Has four areas: mineral port, old commercial port, docuri basin, bazinul nou port
  • Top exports: metal products, chemicals, cement, timber, and industrial equipment
  • Mainly imports: grain, coke, coal, and iron ore
  • Annual Trade data: 9.5 million tons of cargo, 4,500 seagoing and river vessels
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