Bata Port (port code: GQBSG) is a large commercial port in Equatorial Guinea. It is situated approximately 1.5 kilometers from the River Ecuco.
The port is split up into the “old” (Bata) and “new” (Puerto Macias Nguema) port areas. The old harbour is situated close northwest of the town and consist of an anchorage and a small, enclosed harbour. The new port area is located approximately 3 nautical miles south-southwest of the town and consist of an ''L'' shape jetty and a small boat basin.
The port has facilities for handling general cargo and tankers. It handles approximately 240,000t of cargo annually. The principal exports leaving this port are palm oil, timber, cocoa and coffee beans.
Each year about 86 vessels visit this port, among which around 36% are cargo vessels, and 27% are tankers. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 240 meters. The maximum draught is 11.6 meters. The maximum deadweight is 57,721t.