Annaba Port (port code: DZAAE) is the third-largest port in Algeria. It lies at the mouth of the Wadi Seybouse in northeastern Algeria near the border with Tunisia, 11 kilometers away from the International Airport of Annaba.
The port is protected by two breakwaters and has 23 berths. Quay No. 1 at the port contains six berths with a total length of 1800 meters. The quay handles general cargoes, cereals, and liquid bulk cargoes like oil. Quay No. 2 contains two berths of 700 meters and handles containers, roll-on/roll-off cargoes, and ferries. Quay No. 3 handles containers at its two berths totaling 1880 meters. Quay No. 4, with 1150 meters of berths, handles phosphates, oil and oil products, bitumen, phosphoric acid, and a variety of goods. Quay No. 5, with nine berths totaling 3240 meters, handles coal, coke, iron ore, iron and steel products, phosphates, ammonia, fuels, tar, general cargoes, and tugboats.
The port offers facilities for handling break bulk, liquid and dry bulk. It handles approximately 5.2 million tons of cargo and 19,300TEU annually. The main cargo handled include general cargo, bulk ore, phosphates, grain, urea, potash, raw sugar, containers and vegetable oil.
Each year about 1,600 vessels and 32,600 passengers visit this port. The type of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for around 73.5%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 229 meters. The maximum draught is 10.3 meters. The maximum deadweight is 83,685t.