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Panama City Port Authority

Foreign Trade Zone 65

One Seaport Drive,

Panama City, FL 32401

1.850.767.3220

info@portpanamacityusa.com

 

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1.855.347.8371

 

Landside Arrivals

 

West Terminal

One Seaport Drive

Panama City, FL 32401

GPS Directions link: https://goo.gl/maps/cT9pbHxsUsp

General Cargo Gate Hours: 7AM-4PM Monday-Friday

Container Gate Hours: 7AM-5PM Monday-Friday

West Terminal Operations 1.850.767.3230

 

Arriving from North and East

Use I-10 Exit 130 to US HWY 431 South and follow for 47.1 miles, then merging right onto US HWY 98 West. Follow US 98 West, and take the Seaport Drive/Port Panama City exit off of US HWY 98. Take a left at traffic light, going under US 98 West to enter the Port.

 

Arriving from the West

Use I-10 Exit 85 to US HWY 331 South. Travel south on US HWY 331 to US HWY 98. Take a left onto US 98 East and proceed eastward. After crossing the Hathaway Bridge, take the Seaport Drive/Port Panama City exit off of US HWY 98. Take a right at traffic light to enter the Port.

 

East Terminal

400 S. East Avenue

Panama City, FL 32401

GPS Directions link: https://goo.gl/maps/evCHnzosFAkHHXFZ8

General Cargo Gate Hours: 7AM-4PM Monday-Friday

East Terminal Operations 1.850.740.0762

 

Arriving from North and East

Use I-10 Exit 130 to US HWY 431 South and follow for 44 Miles to Bay County RD 389 (N. East Avenue). Turn left onto Bay County Road 389 (N. East Avenue) and follow for 4.2 miles to the East Terminal entrance.

 

Arriving from the West

Use I-10 Exit 85 to US HWY 331 South. Travel south on US HWY 331 to FL HWY 20. Turn left onto FL State HWY 20 East and follow to FL HWY 79. Turn right onto FL State HWY 79 South and follow to US HWY 98 East. Turn left onto US HWY 98 East and follow to N. East Avenue in Panama City. Turn right onto N. East Avenue, and follow south to the East Terminal entrance

 

Rail Delivery Information

Bay Line Railroad (Genesee and Wyoming) is the originating and delivering carrier to the Port’s marine terminals. The Bay Line connects with the CSXT and NS.

 

West Terminal track name: PANCITY WES

East Terminal track name: PANCITY EAS

 

Waterside Arrivals

 

The Panama City Port Authority has easy access to the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway from its West Terminal (30 degrees 10’34.56” N, 85 degrees 43’58.06’ W) and East Terminal (30 degrees 08’14.04” W, 85 degrees 37’38.70” W) locations on St. Andrews Bay.

 

Navigation Channel

Channel characteristics, as authorized by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) include:

 

  • 1.1 mile, 450–foot wide Approach Channel
  • 3.7 mile Bay Channel that connects the Approach and Branch Channels
  • 3.4 mile, 300–foot wide Branch Channel that connects the landside end of the main entrance (Bay) channel westward to the West Terminal (Dyers Point)
  • 4.1 mile, 300-foot-wide Branch Channel that connects the landside end of the main entrance (Bay) channel eastward to the East Terminal (Bay Harbor)

 

Shallow Water Access

The Port’s two marine terminals are directly situated on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway that runs along Florida’s Gulf Coast and is maintained by the USACE to a twelve-foot working depth. The Mobile District of the USACE has jurisdiction over the portion of the waterway from Rigolets, Louisiana, to Apalachee Bay, Florida, approximately 380 miles. This includes the stretch that bisects St. Andrew Bay and serves the Port. The West Terminal (Dyers Point) is located at GIWW mile marker 286, and the East Terminal (Bay Harbor) is located at GIWW mile marker 293.

 

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One Seaport Drive

Panama City, Florida 32401

Foreign Trade Zone 65

 

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1.855.347.8371