Cameroon’s Three Major Seaports:


Douala Seaport

Douala Seaport Container Terminal

The Douala Seaport is the main seaport in Cameroon serving most of the landlocked countries of the Sub-Sahara African region including Chad and Central Africa Republic. The port has nine conventional berths, two container berths and a shipyard. Bananas, gasoline, timber, cocoa, cotton, aluminium and bauxite are the most common export products. For more information about Douala Port as well as many types of port related services, Glotech Marine is the maritime agency in Cameroon you need. more  


Kribi Port

Limbe Seaport

The New Limbe Sea port will serve not only Cameroon to transport minerals, oil and food to and from Cameroon and other brotherly nations, it will ease the anchoring of petroleum ships for repairs coming from other countries. The Limbe seaport will supplement Cameroon’s existing seaport in Douala, which currently handles 90% of maritime transport for Cameroon, Chad and CAR. more



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Kribi Seaport Terminal

The Kribi deep seaport is under construction. The  Kribi Seaport will principally be used to export of iron ore from about 500 kilometres (310 mi) away. Specifically, the port is at Grand Batangaabout halfway between Kribi and the border with Equatorial Guinea, which is 80 kilometres (50 mi), by road, to the south of Kribi. Since there is no natural harbour at Kribi at present,, the port is several kilometres offshore where deepwater of at least 20 metres (66 ft) is suitable for large Capesize ships. more