September 3, 2015

Top Rank Florida

Chart: Florida Ports

| 8/28/2013
Florida Port 2012 Cruise Passengers Cargo (Tons)
Port Canaveral 4,004,283 3,904,986
PortMiami 3,774,452 8,108,070
Port Everglades 3,757,320 21,868,900
Port of Tampa 974,259 33,907,564
Port of Key West 906,068 0
Port of Palm Beach 341,004 2,005,461
JaxPort 195,426 21,879,260
Port Manatee 0 6,837,811
Port Panama City 0 1,420,665
Port of Fernandina 0 384,499
Port of Pensacola 0 224,159
Port of Fort Pierce 0 95,623
Notes: Port of St. Petersburg, Port St. Joe Marina and Port Citrus did not have any passengers or cargo in 2012. Data for fiscal year 2012. Totals include one-day and multiday cruises. Source: Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Council Research: Laurie Graulich

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