60 miles from Orlando, on the east coast of Florida, this state-of-the-art terminal was built at a cost of around $150million. It delivers an independent supply of petroleum products to the state and has given an important boost to Florida’s economy. The terminal can store just under 3 million barrels of refined products in 24 tanks for gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, jet fuel and fuel oil. It also has transportation infrastructure for the loading of barges, seagoing vessels and trucks. The terminal has two jetties and a maximum draft of 12 metres. It also has a dedicated pipeline, serving cruise ships at Port Canaveral.

Seaport Canaveral

Seaport Canaveral Corp.

Coordinates

28° 25’ 5.36” N, 80° 36’ 50.70” W

Port

Port Canaveral

Ownership

100% VTTI

Tank capacity

450,000 cbm

Number of tanks

24 tanks

Maximum draft

12m

Number of jetties

2 jetties