• Tampa to Cuba

    Tampa to Cuba

    Beginning this Summer '17

    Aboard Royal Caribbean's 
    Empress of the Seas
    From Port Tampa BayLearn More

  • New Container Service

    New Container Service

    Linea Peninsular offers weekly service to and from Mexico

    Learn More

  • Channel District

    Channel District

    The Vision Plan

    The Channel District Vision Plan calls for the development of more than 9 million square feet of mixed-use space and $1.5 billion in private investment over the next decade or so.Learn More

  • Cruises


    Get all of your cruise information on our cruise page.Learn More

  • Real Estate

    Real Estate

    We have a port facility for every need.Learn More

  • Port Tampa Bay

    Port Tampa Bay

    Florida's Largest Cargo Port

    With an Economic Impact of $17.2-billion, Port Tampa Bay is Florida's largest port by cargo tonnage and in physical area (5,000+ acres).Learn More


Bulk, Breakbulk and containers - We do it all. Learn More


Train, Truck, Cars & Ships - We do it all. Learn More


Cruising at Port Tampa Bay - We do it all. Learn More

Real Estate

Port Tampa Bay Real Estate Ventures - We do it all. Learn More


Strength In Diversity

From a wide-ranging cargo mix to its cruise passenger popularity to repair of ships, the Port of Tampa is truly among the nation's most diverse seaports.

This diversity of operations, along with partnerships that facilitate them, holds the key to the Port of Tampa's continuing to flourish as the No. 1 economic engine in West Central Florida, generating nearly 100,000 jobs and delivering some $15 billion in annual economic impact.


The Port of Tampa is building upon its rock-solid foundation to meet the demands of global trade and the needs of a region of more than 8 million consumers.  More than 30 million consumers are within an eight-hour drive.

Port Tampa Bay Masterplan: Vison 2030

Tampa Steel Conference Information>

Port Tampa Bay Safety and Risk Mitigation Summit Information>

Port Tampa Bay's Channelside District Vision Plan Website>