The port of Ventspils (Port Code: LVVEN) is an Ice-free, deep-water sea port located in Ventspils on Latvia's Baltic coast. Its total area is 2451.39 hectares. As the deepest port on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, it is able to handle largest vessels. It has 15 cargo terminals of all types, 17 shipping agencies, regular ferry connections to Sweden, tug, bunkering and other services. By cargo turnover it is one of the Baltic Sea's busiest ports. The port of Ventspils became a multimodal port when the harbour was significantly deepened in 1998, reaching a maximum depth of 17.5 meters in the liquid bulk area. This allowed the accommodation of the largest vessels then operating in the Baltic Sea, including Aframax-size tankers with maximum 130.000 metric tons deadweight (DWT). The dry bulk and general cargo area, with a depth of 16 meters, allows the terminal to accommodate Panamax-type vessels with their load capacities of up to 75.000 DWT.
In 2021, the terminals managed to increase the proportion of the local cargo in the total cargo volume of the port.