FIND A PORT

MEETING YOUR MARITIME NEEDS

Bordered by three major waterways – Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and the Mississippi River –Wisconsin is home to numerous ports that meet the maritime transportation needs of many different commercial and recreational vessels. You’re sure to find a Wisconsin port that fits the size of your vessel, type of cargo you’re transporting and the portside services you need.

FIND A PORT

The Apostle Islands Marina and the City Dock are located within the commercial district and includes the downtown, waterfront, and historical areas.

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The Town of Bell Marina and Siskiwit Bay Marina are located within the Cornucopia Harbor, the western entrance to the Apostle Islands.

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The Port of Green Bay is strategically located on the western most point of Lake Michigan and offers a direct route for shipments linking Midwest and international markets.

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The Port of La Crosse handles nearly one million tons of commodities annually including liquids, cement grain and general bulk products.

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This project serves as an important ferry hub, carrying commuters in the local community daily between Bayfield and La Pointe and provides all the essential services to the town.

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The Port of Manitowoc is a deep draft commercial harbor which handles bulk commodities, newly constructed yachts, wind turbine towers, other heavy manufactured products and passengers on the Lake Michigan Carferry.

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The port of Marinette serves industries with facilities on the harbor.

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Port Milwaukee offers an operational flexibility unique to the western Great Lakes and the inland waterway system.

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A wonderful combination of New England fishing village charm and Midwestern friendliness, Port Washington welcomes you.

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The Port of Prairie du Chien is located on the Mississippi River in the southwest corner of the state.

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The Port of Sheboygan is conveniently located between Milwaukee and Green Bay on Lake Michigan’s western shore.

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The port of Sturgeon Bay is the location of the premier shipbuilding and ship repair facility on Lake Michigan.

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The port of Duluth-Superior, located at the westernmost tip of Lake Superior, is the Great Lakes largest harbor.

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Boaters will find the Washburn Marina a convenient location to begin their exploration of Chequamegon Bay and the Apostle Islands.

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Northport Harbor serves Door County as a major ferry landing, connecting State Hwy.

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CLICK ON A PORT LOCATION TO LEARN MORE Each blue dot on the map represents a Wisconsin port. Click on a dot to learn more about an individual port, including its features, services and location.

Cornucopia

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Washington Island

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Washburn

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Sturgeon Bay

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Duluth / Superior

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Sheboygan

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Prarie Du Chien

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Port Washington

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Milwaukee

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Marinette / Menominee

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Manitowoc

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La Pointe

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La Crosse

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Bayfield

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Bell

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Green Bay

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