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Mexican ports: Introduction to the port of Minatitlan

Minatitlan Port Map

The location of the Minatitlan port is shown on the map.

Minatitlan's geographical longitude: -94.5572847, latitude: 18.0005464. One of the main ports on the Mexico route

Mexican commercial port. It is located in the lower reaches of the Jartepec River in the southeast of the country, with a maximum draft of 7.92 meters and a water load density of 1025. The tidal range is 3.04 meters and southwesterly wind prevails. Compulsory pilotage and communication use radio VHF channel 16. Port service facilities include: medical treatment, towing, fresh water, supplies, repatriation, ship repair, refueling, dry dock, small boats, and sewage discharge. At low tide, the water above the sandbank is 8.53 meters deep. The water depth of the channel is 8.53 meters. Good anchorage, muddy anchor holding. The ship needs special permission from the Coatzacoalcos customs before entering the port for loading and unloading. The Mexican Oil Tanker Terminal has three oil tanker berths, which can be operated with equipment on board the ship.

Minatitlan is an important maritime port in Mexico. There are 61 ports in Mexico, including 29 major ports, namely: Acapulco, Aguascalientes (aguascalientes), Altamira (altamira), Cancun (cancun), Celaya (celaya), Ensenada (ensenada), Guadalajara (guadalajara), Guaymas (guaymas), Egypt Hermosillo, Lazaro Cardenas.

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