JSW Jaigarh Port is the first deep water, 24/7 operational private port in Maharashtra.  Inaugurated in August 2009, JSW Jaigarh Port was built in a record time of 20 months.  This greenfield, all-weather port occupies a strategic location on the west coast, as it is situated between the ports of Mumbai and Goa.


Currently, the port is fully operational with 7 berths having a cargo handling capacity of 55 million tonnes per annum. Jaigarh aims to become one of the most modern and mechanized ports in India, benchmarked to international standards. The Port intends to be the facility of choice for all customers in Maharashtra and Karnataka by adopting and developing the latest technology. Jaigarh Port offers port-related services in a way that ensures enduring value to the customers, community, and environment.


In Phase II, the port capacity will be expanded to 80 million tonnes with a total of 10 berths (catering to: RoRo, liquid, containers, break bulk, bulk cargoes and POL)


Draft 18.5 m
Breakwater 712 m

33 Meters

18.5m Draught, 700m Breakwater Length

Latitude 17° 18' 09" N
Longitude 73° 12' 30" E
Nearest Village Jaigarh
District/Town Ratnagiri


Berth # 1 300 m
Berth # 2 300 m
Berth # 3A 306 m
Berth # 3B 307 m
Berth #4 311 m
Berth # 6A 383 m
LNG Terminal  342 m

Turning Circle 19.2 m

Berth pockets 19.5 m

Outer Channel 19.5 m

Minimum Depths

Outer Channel 19.8m

Inner Channel 19.2m

Berth Pocket 19.8m

Backup Area 180,000 Sq.M
Breakwater length 712m



Molasses, Sugar, Steel coil, RO-RO, Container, Quartzite, Bauxite, Fly ash, Iron Ore, Sugar, Container etc.


Coal, Coke, Project Cargo, Limestone, Fertilizers, Coated Pipes, Rock Phosphate, Sulphur, Steel Coil, Container, Gypsum, Sugar, Maize, Wheat, Edible Oil, etc.