Technical Specifications

Director, Terminal Operations: Doug Menefee

 Blount IslandDames PointTalleyrand
Location 12.5 nautical miles (23.2km) from the Atlantic Ocean 14 nautical miles (25.9km) from the Atlantic Ocean 21 nautical miles (38.9km) from the Atlantic Ocean
Terminal Area 754 acres 585 acres
(TraPac Jacksonville: 158 acres)
173 acres
Use Container, Autos, Ro/Ro, Breakbulk and General Cargo Container, Autos, Bulk, Cruise Container, Autos, Ro/Ro, Breakbulk, Liquid Bulk and General Cargo
Facilities 240,000 sq. ft. of transit shed
90,000 sq. ft. container freight station
63,000 sq. ft. passenger cruise terminal 160,000 sq. ft. warehouse
553,000 sq. ft. of transit shed
General Berths #20 – 754 linear ft.
#22 – 600 linear ft.
#30 – #35: 5,740 linear ft.
#10 – 1,280 ft.
#16 – 1,200 ft.
#17 – 1,200 ft.
#18 – 1,322 ft.
#3 — 680 linear ft.
#4 — 800 linear ft.
#5 — 800 linear ft.
#6 — 800 linear ft.
#7 — 800 linear ft.
#8 — 900 linear ft.
Apron Width #20: 111.5 ft.
#22: 80 ft.
#30 – 35: 80 ft. in front of transit shed; 150 ft. elsewhere
#10: 80 ft.
#16, 17: 150 ft.
#18: 15 ft.
80 ft.
Depth alongside MLW
(mean low water)
#30 – #35: 40 ft.
#20, #22: 38 ft.
40 ft. #4 – #8: 40 ft.
#3: 34 ft.
Deck height above MSL
(mean sea level)
#30 – 35: +9 ft.
#20, 22: +10 ft.
#16, 17: +10 ft.
#10, 18: +9 ft.
+7 ft.
Mechanical Handling Facilities Eight container cranes (three 65-ton, three 50-ton, one 45-ton, one 40-ton) Six container cranes (two 50-ton, four 40-ton)
Six 40-ton rubber tired gantry cranes
Six container cranes (three 50-ton, two 45-ton, one 40-ton)
Two 50-ton rubber tired gantry cranes
One 100-ton multi-purpose whirly crane
Reefer Plugs 742 reefer plugs 550 reefer plugs 324 reefer plugs
On-Dock Rail Connection CSX CSX CSX, Norfolk Southern (Florida East Coast Railway near-dock)
Highway Connections I-95 and I-295 leading to Heckscher Drive (State Road 105) I-95 and I-295 leading to Heckscher Drive (State Road 105) I-95 and I-10 to U.S. 1 leading to 8th, 11th, or 21st Streets
Tides (ft.)      
Mean High Water (MHW) +2.2 MSL +2.0 MSL +1.7 MSL
Mean Low Water (MLW) -1.3 MSL -1.0 MSL -0.3 MSL