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FAQs
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The Port is a statutory authority owned by the government of the Cayman Islands and run by an appointed Board of Directors.

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The Port can accommodate vessels up to 120m or 400 ft in length with a water draft of no more than 5m or 16.5 ft.

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The maximum lifting capacity of the cranes is 40 tons.

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Containers, RoRo, Break-bulk and Bulk.

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1800hrs to 0600 hrs (6pm to 6am).

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Cargo can be collected from the Cargo Distribution Centre on Portland Road Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm and Saturdays 8am to 12 noon.

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1) Thompson Shipping/Tropical Shipping
2) Seaboard Marine
3) West Indian Marine
4) Seafreight Ltd

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1) Pay the freight charges to the shipping company
2) Pay Customs Duty
3) Pay Port Authority’s fees
4) Collect the cargo.

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All major cruise lines call at the Cayman Islands.

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Cruise operations occur seven (7) days per week from 0600 hrs to 1800 hrs (6am to 6pm), except Good Friday and Christmas Day. The Port is closed for these two days each year.

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You will need an username/password only if you are bringing in cargo or releasing cargo online from our website.

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