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Port Condition updates for Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands: San Juan Now Open with No Restrictions

September 27, 2017
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Ports open in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
The Coast Guard Cutter James serves as a command and control platform in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sept. 25, 2017. The cutter’s crew deployed to aid in Hurricane Maria response operations and the ship’s communications capabilities are being used to help first responders coordinate efforts Coast Guard photo by Cmdr. Pete Melnick

SAN JUAN– The following is a port condition update for the ports in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico – Open

Guayanilla, Puerto Rico – Open

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Tallaboa, Puerto Rico – Open

Salinas, Puerto Rico – Open

Arecibo, Puerto Rico – Open with restrictions

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Draft less than 15ft
Daylight transit only

Fajardo, Culebra, Vieques – Open with restrictions

Daylight transit only

Guayama, Puerto Rico – Open with restrictions

Tug/barge only
No deep draft vessels
No vessels greater than 500 gross tons

St. Thomas, East and West Gregorie Channels, U.S. Virgin Islands – Open with restrictions

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Daylight transit only
VIPA-Homeport Pier Virgin Island Port Authority
VIP A- Sandfill
WAPA – News Station
Tropical Shipping
Crowley

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas – Open with restrictions

Daylight transit only

Red Hook, St. Thomas – Open with restrictions

Daylight transit only

Cruz Bay, St. John – Open with restrictions

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Daylight transit only

Limetree Bay, St. Croix – Open with restrictions

Daylight only
Draft less than 45ft

Krause Lagoon, St. Croix – Open with restrictions

Daylight only
Draft less than 45ft

Frederiksted, St. Croix – Open with restrictions

Daylight transit only

All other ports remain closed. Information can be found at the Coast Guard’s Homeport Web site.

For information on Hurricane Maria progress and hurricane preparedness, please visit the National Hurricane Center’s web page.

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