Organization Overview

The Port of Galveston is one of Texas' major seaports and the 4th busiest cruise homeport in North America. As a Landlord Port with facilities and property approximating 850 acres on Galveston Island and adjacent Pelican Island, the Port facilitates the movement of a diverse mix of domestic and international cargoes and cruise passengers that deliver value to the region and the state.

The Port serves the cargo, cruise and offshore oil and gas industries simultaneously including several berths available for lay-ship services. The Galveston Ship Channel has an authorized depth of and is currently maintained at 46 feet, with channel widths up to 1,400 feet. One of the top fifty ports in the nation, one of the busiest seaports in Texas.

Services Provided:
•Public Port Authority
•Public Wharves and Cargo Terminals
•Stevedoring & Freight Handling Services by licensed companies
•Some Properties Available for Lease and Development
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Business Category
Ports - Public