Port Alucroix
Review and History

Port Alucroix lies on the southern shores of the island of St. Croix in the United States' Virgin Islands.

The Virgin Islands Port Authority governs Port Alucroix. The Wilfred Bomba Allick Port and Transshipment Center at Krause Lagoon is called "The Containerport" of the Virgin Islands.

The center is located on an 18-hectare tract next to the Molasses Pier. The Wilfred Bomba Allick Port and Transshipment Center is near the Henry E. Rohlsen International Airport and an industrial park, and it is just 19 kilometers from the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility on the Island of St. Croix.

Port Alucroix is the center for industrial and commercial marine activities on the island, and it serves as an important transshipment center for the Caribbean region.

The dock at Port Alucroix is 304.8 meters long and can berth vessels with drafts to 9.1 meters. Accommodating vessels carrying containers, the dock also handles roll-on/roll-off and lift-on/lift-off cargoes. The pier is equipped with a 30-ton capacity gantry crane.

Port Alucroix includes a 2.8 thousand square meter warehouse for non-containerized cargoes and large open areas for storing containers, other large cargoes, and equipment.

Port Alucroix is about 7 kilometers southwest of the Port of Christiansted where most of the cruise vessels visit the Island of St. Croix. For a list of scheduled cruises to St. Croix, visit the Cruise Compete website.

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