- State-designated deepwater port with nearly 1900 linear feet of bulkhead in the sheltered waters of St. Joseph Bay.
- Bayfront bulkhead is adjacent to about 180 acres of developable land and can accommodate ships with drafts of 27 feet.
- Adjacent to more than 5,000 acres of developable real estate, offering a blank canvas for maritime-related and spin-off businesses.
- Only 21 miles to Apalachicola Regional Airport via U.S. Highway 98 and 57 miles to Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in Panama City.
- One of only three state-designated ports along North Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Adjacent Land Opportunities
- Existing navigational channel depths between 25 feet and 35 feet; existing turning basin and harbor channel depths of 23 feet.
- Federally approved navigational channel depths between 35 feet and 37 feet;
federally approved turning basin and harbor channel depths between 32 feet
and 35 feet.
- 1,900 linear feet of existing deepwater bulkhead with potential expansion to 5,500 linear feet.
- Can service bulk cargoes and other commodities.
- Water, Sewer, Electric, Natural Gas available at capacities to serve heavy industry.
Harbor Channel Depths
Convenient Access & Shorter Ship-to-Market Routes
Distances to Market
- Intracoastal Waterway (ICW)
Offers direct access to the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, channel 12’x125’. This navigable inland waterway runs approximately 1,050 miles from Carrabelle, Fla., to Brownsville, Texas, and provides access via the inland river system to locations as diverse as Chicago, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Tulsa and other cities.
AN Railway, owned by The St. Joe Company and operated by Genesee & Wyoming Inc., serves the Port and connects with the CSXT Class I mainline.
- Interstate & Air
Direct access to I-10 via SR-71. Only 21 miles to Apalachicola Regional Airport via U.S. Highway 98, five miles to Costin Airport in Port St. Joe and 57 miles to Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in Panama City.
Access to ICW
Access to Rail
Access to Interstate & Air