Port of Palm Beach | On The Water's Edge
Four Nabucco

Video: Four Nabucco

On Friday, June 30, the Port of Palm Beach welcomed bulk carrier Four Nabucco in Berth 14. 6,000 metric tons of steel rebar was unloaded over the weekend and will be used by the South Florida construction industry. The ship's agent and stevedore for the unloading of the cargo was Teeters Agency & Stevedoring, IncClick here to view the video on YouTube.

Monarch Countess

Focus on Film: Snakehead

"Reflecting back on the making of our movie, the segment we did [at the Port] was the highlight of the entire production." Snakehead, an independent feature film set to be released in 2018, spent two nights filming aboard the Monarch Countess at the Port of Palm Beach. Click here to read the cover story of Focus on Film, the monthly newsletter of the Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission.

Kids Sail Free

Celebrate Summer: Kids Sail FREE

On a 2-night cruise aboard the Grand Celebration from the Port of Palm Beach to Freeport, kids sail FREE! Contact Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line today to reserve your family getaway: 

(800) 995-3201

Terms: Kids ages 16 and younger sail free in the same cabin as 2 full-fare guests. Taxes and fees apply to all guests. Maximum occupancy per cabin is 4 passengers. New bookings only. Valid on sailings through August 15, 2017. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Ship's Registry: Bahamas. 


The first passenger ship arrived at the Port of Palm Beach on January 3, 1926. The 300-foot-long Mary Weems held 75 passengers. Click here to read more.  

Mary Weems
Board Meetings

Upcoming Board Meetings

  • August 17, September 21, October 19

You're invited to attend our public meetings, held at 4:00 pm in the Board Room on the 6th Floor at the Port's Maritime Office Complex. The MOC is located at 1 East 11th Street in Riviera Beach, Florida. Agendas and Minutes for Board Meetings are posted on our website: bit.ly/2nBZbh6.

Main Gate

Traffic Advisory: Main Gate Closed

The Port's Main Gate (SR 710 Cargo Gate) is closed today, Friday, July 14 through Monday, July 17 at 6 am. All traffic is being rerouted to Southgate (US 1 Cargo Gate). Cruise passengers are not affected by this closure. The Cruise Terminal and Administrative Offices are located at 1 E 11th Street, Riviera Beach, FL 33404, with an entrance at Broadway (US 1) and 11th Street. The Main Gate is located at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (SR 710) and President Barack Obama Hwy. Click here for a detailed street map and more information.  

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