Sea Transport in Morocco Last updated on
Thursday 22nd April 2010
Port facilities are well developed in Casablanca, Agadir, Tangier, Kenitra, Safi and Mohamedia.
Ferries operate from Algeciras, Malaga and Almeria in Spain, from Sete in France, and from Gibraltar.
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Fishing is another source of revenue, with an annual catch of 592,900 tons, mostly from Atlantic seaboard centres such as Casablanca, Agadir, Safi and Essaouira.
Cork is one of the major...
Population: 905,000 (est.)
Kenitra lies on the Sebour River near the Atlantic Ocean on the route between Rabat and Tangier. It was established in 1912 by Marshal Louis Hubert Gonzalve...
Population: 554,000 (est.)
Tangier has been called the Gateway to Morocco and has been designated as the country's summer capital by King Hassan II.
Overlooking the Straits of Gibraltar...
Population 779,000 (1990)
Agadir is Morocco's main western seaport on the Atlantic Ocean. The name is a shortened version of "Agadir n Irir", a Berber word which means "a fortified granary...
Population: 845,000 (est. greater city)
Safi lies on Morocco's central Atlantic coast and has been an important port since Roman times. Then it was known as Asfi, and its people were among...