Ports – Comoros

The Comoros Islands, located in the Indian Ocean, are a group of volcanic islands with a strategic geographical position. In addition to their natural beauty, these islands also possess important seaports that play a key role in trade and transport. In this article, we will look at the main ports in Comoros, their importance to the region’s economy and their associated functions.

  1. Port of Moroni: This is the main port and capital of the Comoros, located on the island of Grande Comore. The Port of Moroni serves both passenger and cargo ships, being an important trading hub for the country.
  2. Port of Fomboni: Located on the island of Anjouan and also plays a role in trade and transport in Comoros.
  3. Port of Mamoudzou: This port is located on the island of Mayouotte, which is a French territorial entity but is also close to the Comoros. The port of Mamoudzou caters to both cargo and passenger vessels.
  4. Port of Sima: Located on the island of Moheli, Port Sima serves the trade and transport needs of this region of the Comoros.

Full list of official ports that exist in the region:

  • MORONI (UN/LOCODE: KMYVA, East Africa)
  • FOMBONI (East Africa)
  • MORONI ANCH (East Africa)
  • MUTSAMUDU ANCH (East Africa)
  • BOHAI4 (Andaman Sea)

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