Updated Coast Guard port conditions for 7th District

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MIAMI — The Coast Guard continues to reopen ports throughout the southeastern United States following Hurricane Irma.

Below is list of all ports in the Coast Guard’s Seventh District and their current port status.

Despite ports being open, mariners are urged to use caution while transiting waters in areas impacted by Hurricane Irma. Following hurricanes and other tropical weather systems aids to navigation are often missing or damaged.  Additionally, debris is often swept out to sea from wind and storm surge.  Mariners are asked to report any missing or damaged aids to navigation and debris that may pose a danger to safe navigation to the Coast Guard via VHF FM marine radio channel 16 or by contacting the nearest Coast Guard sector.



Miami River

  • Open with no restrictions

Port Canaveral

  • Open with no restrictions

Port Everglades

  • Open with no restrictions

Port of Fernandina

  • Open with no restictions

Port Fort Pierce

  • Open with no restrictions

Port of Jacksonville

  • Open with no restrictions 

Port Key West

  • Closed

Port Manatee

  • Open with no restrictions 

Port Miami

  • Open with no restrictions

Port Palm Beach

  • Open with no restrictions

Port of St. Petersburg

  • Open with one way traffic restrictions near Egmount Key

Port Tampa

  • Open with no restrictions 

Fort Meyers

  •  Open with no restrictions 

Puerto Rico

  •  All open with no restrictions


South Carolina


  • Open with no restrictions

Port of Charleston

  • Open with no restrictions

Port of Georgetown

  • Open with no restrictions



Port of Brunswick

  • Open with no restrictions

Port of Savannah

  • Open with no restrictions

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