The Port of Gulfport is strategically positioned on the central Gulf Coast. The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway lies 5 miles offshore and crosses the port shipping channel. Interstate 10 is just seven miles north of the Port of Gulfport, allowing trucks to distribute products to 75% of the U.S. markets within 24 hours.
The port's channel is 250’ wide and is maintained to a depth of 36’. The North Harbor is maintained to a depth of 32’, while the South Harbor and Turning Basin, which is approximately 1,320’ wide, are maintained to a depth of 36’. Water depth at the nine berths ranges from 32’ to 36’.
CSA-Gulfport currently handles U.S. Military cargoes, both stevedoring & terminal operations.