Brazil ports map

Map of Brazil ports. Brazil ports map (South America - Americas) to print. Brazil ports map (South America - Americas) to download. Coastal shipping in Brazil links widely separated parts of the country. Of the 36 deep-water ports, Santos and Rio de Janeiro are the most important, followed by Paranaguá, Recife, Vitória, Tubarao, Maceió, and Ilhéus as its shown in Brazil ports map. Bolivia and Paraguay have been given free ports at Santos. There are 50,000 km (31,070 mi) of navigable inland waterways. In 2002, the merchant shipping fleet, which included 165 vessels (1,000 GRT or over), had a total GRT of 3,662,570.
There are 175 port installations in Brazil, consisting of about 32 public ports and 143 private ports, including maritime and river ports as its mentioned in Brazil ports map. The port of Santos is Brazil largest port providing exports and imports to and from all over the world. The main exports are coffee, sugar, and soy. The port handles 28% of Brazil total cargo and in 2010, the Port of Santos handled a record of almost 97.2 million tons of cargo.