Roatan Island (HNROI)

Port Code HNROI / HNRTB City Roatan
Port Name Roatan Island Country/Region Honduras
Category Port City Route CENTRAL AMERICA
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Roatan Island (HNROI)



The Port of Roatan, also known as the Pirate Island Port, is located on Roatan, an island in the Gulf Islands in the northern part of Honduras. Roatan Port Coordinates: West Longitude: 86°32'19"W, North Latitude: 16°19'1"N. The port and airport are located on the southwest coastline of Roatan Island. Roatan is one of the top ten tourist attractions in the Americas. There are tens of thousands of people choosing this place for vacation every year. The port is mainly used for loading tourists and goods.

Roatan is an island in the Gulf Islands in the northern part of Honduras, and is the largest island in the Gulf Islands. The island forms a long strip, about 60 kilometers long from east to west, and less than 8 kilometers at its widest point from north to south. It used to be a base for pirates in the Caribbean, so it is also called a pirate island. It is now a famous diving resort. Roatan Island Marine Park is built.

Roatan Island, Roatan, is located on the southern shore of the Gulf of Honduras off the northern coast of Honduras, about 30 kilometers south of La Ceiba. It is the main island of the Gulf Islands of Honduras. It covers an area of ​​240 square kilometers and has a population of 24,000. Most of them are British, black, and Caribbean. Affiliated to the Gulf Islands Province, the capital Roatan is also on the island. Columbus first arrived in 1502. Belonged to Honduras in 1859. The climate is mild and humid. The economy is dominated by agriculture and fisheries, producing bananas, cassava, coconuts, and livestock. Guanaja has refrigerated facilities and an electronic instrument factory, and tourism has developed in recent years.

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Summary of HNROI

The port of Roatan Island (Port Code: HNROI) is one of two major ports of calls in Roatan Honduras. The port sits on approx. 6.5 acres and can accommodate up to three ships at one time. Port of Roatan is managed by Royal Caribbean and ITM Group as partners under a subsidiary. The port became operational in late 2008 and it is located in the Town Center of Coxen Hole, the capital of Roatan. Port of Roatan is home to the Norwegian, Celebrity and Royal Caribbean ships visiting Honduras. It is a major cruise port in the Southern Caribbean.