The port of MIAMI is a seaport located in the US state of Florida’s Biscayne Bay. Known as the “Cruise Capital of the World”, it’s one of the world’s leading hubs for global commerce and tourism. It handles mainly containerized cargo with small amounts of breakbulk, industrial equipment and vehicles.
These are examples of the cheapest rates for 20 foot FCL container shipping to Miami
Rio Haina - Miami
From 1,635 $
Barcelona - Miami
From 4,713 $
Algeciras - Miami
From 4,834 $
Madrid - Miami
From 4,847 $
These are examples of the cheapest rates for 20 foot FCL container shipping from Miami
Miami - Algeciras
From 434 $
Miami - Barcelona
From 435 $
Miami - Valencia
From 449 $
|Vessel name||Voyage Number||Nationality||Departure date (aprox)||Documents cut-off||Cut-off|
|AL KHARJ||006E ONEY||12 Dec/2022||07 Dec/2022||07 Dec/2022|
|AL KHARJ||006E ONEY||19 Dec/2022||14 Dec/2022||14 Dec/2022|
|AL KHARJ||006E ONEY||26 Dec/2022||21 Dec/2022||21 Dec/2022|
There are not recent departures from the port of Miami at the moment.
|Vessel name||Voyage Number||Nationality||Arrival date (estimated)|
|RIO NEGRO||020N SUDU||12 Dec/2022|
|RIO NEGRO||020N SUDU||19 Dec/2022|
|RIO NEGRO||020N SUDU||26 Dec/2022|
There are not recent arrivals to the port of Miami at the moment.
|Continent of origin||Country of origin||Port of origin||Port of destination||Transit time (days)||20DV FCL|
|America||Dominican Republic||Rio Haina||Miami||4||1,530$|
The longest transit time to ship a container to Miami is the route Al ´Aqabah - Miami, with an average of 47 days. The next longest routes are Jeddah - Miami, with an average of 47 days and Laem Chabang - Miami, with an average of 47 days.
The shortest transit time to ship a container to Miami is the route Rio Haina - Miami, with an average of 4 days. The next shortest routes are Madrid - Miami, with an average of 10 days; and Valencia - Miami, with an average of 10 days.
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