JAXPORT is a 1,500-acre, full-service, international trade seaport located in the Southeastern United States offering service from 40 ocean carriers.
JAXPORT owns, maintains and markets three cargo terminals and one passenger cruise terminal along the St. Johns River: Blount Island Marine Terminal, Dames Point Marine Terminal, Talleyrand Marine Terminal and the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal.
JAXPORT's three marine terminals handle every type of general and project cargo.
Blount Island Marine Terminal
This 754-acre terminal is JAXPORT's largest marine facility and one of the largest vehicle import/export centers in the United States. The terminal also handles containerized, Ro/Ro, heavy lift, breakbulk and liquid bulk cargoes.
Dames Point Marine Terminal
This terminal is home to the TraPac Container Terminal, where vessels from Tokyo-based MOL and other carriers offer direct containership service between Jacksonville and ports throughout Asia. It is also the site of the JAXPORT Intermodal Container Transfer Facility.
Talleyrand Marine Terminal
This terminal handles containerized and breakbulk cargoes, automobiles and liquid bulk commodities such as molasses and vegetable oils. Breakbulk cargoes include steel, lumber and paper, and a variety of frozen and chilled goods.
JAXPORT Cruise Terminal
This terminal is home to Carnival Cruise Lines’ 2,054-passenger Elation, which offers year-round service from Jacksonville to the Bahamas via four-day and five-day cruises. The JAXPORT Cruise Terminal is also available for port of call visits year round.