Ras Al Khaimah Ports, managed by Saqr Port Authority, has been conceived to oversee the growth of the maritime industry in the region and help drive the economic development of Ras Al Khaimah. Today each of the five ports in the Emirate have a defined role, specializing in a shipping or transport niche, that complements the Emirate’s ambitions to be recognized as a modern maritime hub

Ras Al Khaimah Maritime City

The latest addition to one of the most advanced networks of ports anywhere in the world. 

RAK Maritime City has been designed to be a free zone maritime industrial park for a variety of industrial and maritime focused businesses


Al Jazeera Port

Focusing on dry-docking and ship repair for small to medium sized vessels: 50,000 square meters dry dock and ship lifting system, complete with 12 dry berths

The synchro lift has a lifting capacity of 1,000 tones and can accommodate vessels up to 55 meters in length and 18 meters wide


Al Jeer Port

Constructed and opened in 2009, this new port has superb facilities for the handling of livestock, leisure craft, dhows and general cargo vessels, and has facilities for provisioning and refueling services


Ras Al Khaimah Khor Port

A unique city centre port offering a range of modern cargo handling facilities and services

The port also has a new passenger/cruise terminal catering for the increasing interest in cruise tourism in Ras Al Khaimah


Saqr Port

The first major port in the United Arab Emirates and largest bulk commodity port in the Middle East