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  • Ports

    Port of Essaouira

    The Port of Essaouira is not only home to many fishing boats and vessels, it is a popular tourist attraction and has a significant and interesting history attached to it. Fishing is done for local distribution and plays a significant role in the atmosphere and lure to the port. The Essaouira port is not used for commercial traffic and this has enabled it to retain its authenticity and ...

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    Port of Tangier

    Tangier is known as a city that bustles with vendors on each street corner. It's a place with markets, alleyways, narrow streets and a sensory overload of color, noise and aromas. And the Port of Tangier is no different. It swarms with passengers, guides, taxi drivers and ships that are desperately trying to offload their cargo in a port that barely has enough space to breathe in.

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    Port of Safi

    In the country of Morocco there are a number of ports, but the Port of Safi is considered one of the main ports that deal with commercial goods. Safi transports minerals and passengers and is an important trading and fishing port. In the 1960's, Safi received the first sardine boat within its port making it the first port to do so in the whole world.

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    Ports

    Morocco is a country that is surrounded by plenty of water. Not only does this mean that you can enjoy the refreshing qualities of the ocean, but it also means you can use it for travel, trade and recreational sports like fishing. Fortunately Morocco has many well-established ports that visitors and business people can use with relative ease. There is usually a port of reasonable size in all ...

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    Port of Al Hoceima

    Tetouan and Nador are located on the same road as a quaint town by the name of Al Hoceima. Situated on the water's edge of the Al Hoceima Bay, the town has been in existence since 1925. The Port of Al Hociema cannot accommodate commercial ships or vessels, but serves the many fishing vessels that fish locally and is extremely important to the tourism industry. It is a port that is always ...

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    Port of Casablanca

    The Port of Casablanca is the most significant of all the ports in Morocco. Not only is it a noteworthy port for the local shipping industry, but is known to be the biggest artificial port on the planet. For centuries Casablanca has always been a small seaport that enjoyed a lot of traffic and trade. It finally made the transition to the massive, modern port that it is today when work on the ...