Port St. Petersburg contains about 396 meters (1300 feet) of bulkhead wharfage located on the north side of Bayboro Harbor. Port St. Petersburg's passenger terminal is on the western side of the bulkhead, and the remaining wharf serves general cargo operations. There are about four acres of land to support Port St. Petersburg. The Port Authority owns a transit shed covering almost an acre which is available for short- or long-term lease.
The City of St. Petersburg owns and operates the Port St. Petersburg Wharf to moor cruise, fishing, and other vessels and to board passengers. Two passenger terminals are located at the rear of the wharf. Terminal No. 1 covers 1.2 thousand square meters (13 thousand square feet), and Terminal No. 2 covers 743 square meters (eight thousand square feet).
Also located at the Port St. Petersburg city wharf is the 929 square meter (ten thousand square foot) Warehouse No. 2 which is used for storage and for port security. There is also about 1.8 thousand square meters (20 thousand square feet) of open unpaged storage area at the rear of the Port St. Petersburg Wharf. The Wharf has berthing space of 457 meters (1500 feet) with alongside depth of 6.7 meters (22 feet) MLW.
The State of Florida owns the College of Marine Science Piers which is operated jointly by the University of South Florida and the Florida Institute of Oceanography. The Marine Science Piers are used to moor oceanographic and marine science research vessels. This Port St. Petersburg wharf has berthing space of 61 meters (200 feet) with alongside depth of 1.8 meters (6 feet) MLW.
The University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, operates the Port St. Petersburg's South and East Wharves to moor vessels. These wharves have berthing space of 295.7 meters (970 feet) with alongside depth of 4.9 meters (16 feet) MLW.
Owned by the State of Florida and operated by the State's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Port St. Petersburg Pier is also used to moor marine science research vessels. The Pier has berthing space of 73.2 meters (240 feet) with alongside depth of 3.7 meters (12 feet) MLW.
The United States Coast Guard operates the Port St. Petersburg Group Pier for mooring their vessels. Berthing space at this Pier is 224 meters (735 feet) with alongside depth of 6.1 meters (20 feet) MLW. The US Coast Guard also operates the Port St. Petersburg South Moorings Wharf to moor their vessels and handle navigation aids. This Port St. Petersburg Wharf has berthing space of 365.8 meters (1200 feet) with alongside depth of 4 meters (13 feet) MLW.
Progress Energy Florida, Inc. owns and operates the Bayboro Station Wharf in Port St. Petersburg. The wharf is used to receive fuel oil for consumption at the power plant. Storage tanks at the wharf have total capacity for 43.9 thousand barrels of fuel oil. The Port St. Petersburg's Bayboro Station Wharf has berthing space of 64 meters (210 feet) with alongside depth of 9.8 meters (32 feet) MLW.
Bama Sea Products owns and operates at the Port St. Petersburg Wharf to receive seafood and to moor and ice fishing boats. Seafood is trucked from the wharf to the company's processing plant. Bama Sea Products has berthing space of 61 meters (200 feet) with alongside depth of 4 meters (13 feet) MLW at the Port St. Petersburg Wharf.
The City of St. Petersburg Marina is located at the point of Demens Landing in Port St. Petersburg. The Marina offers a fuel dock and marina store selling bait and tackle, beer and sodas, snacks, and souvenirs. The marina is just steps away from The Pier, an inverted pyramid building housing shops, restaurants, and The Pier Aquarium.
The transient dock at the Port St. Petersburg Marina is 152.4 meters (500 feet) long. Amenities include water, cable, hot showers, and a laundry. The Courtesy Dock in the northwest corner of the Port St. Petersburg Marina provides up to six hours of dockage for boats up to 18.3 meters (60 feet) long.