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Port of Charleston, Charleston

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The Port of Charleston is a seaport located in South Carolina in the Southeastern United States. The port's facilities span three municipalities — Charleston, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant — with five public terminals owned and operated by the South Carolina Ports Authority. These facilities handle containers; motor vehicles; and other rolling stock, non-containerized goods and project cargo, as well as Charleston's cruise ship operation. Additional facilities in the port are privately owned and operated, handling bulk commodities like petroleum, coal and steel.
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  • The area looks like it is in a 3rd world country. The area around the port is run down. You had to go to two different locations - one to drop off your bags and then another place to wait on the shutt...  more »
  • Decided to take a cruise from Charleston. Signs directing you to Port are few. Greeted by employees who unloaded our luggage then directed us to gate. We decided to walk the two block distance to the ...  more »
  • This is a travesty. The entrance was easy to find, with the clear directions and ubiquitous signage, plus the route takes you through some picturesque historic neighborhoods and past the most unique-l...  more »