Deutsch: Hafen / Español: Puerto / Português: Porto / Français: Port / Italiano: Porto

Port is the place where a ship docks; a place visited by cruise ship; the left side of a vessel

In the travel context, the term 'port' typically refers to a location where ships dock and passengers embark or disembark. Here are some examples of ports:

  1. Port of Miami: A major seaport located in Miami, Florida, USA. It is one of the busiest ports in the world and serves as a popular embarkation point for Caribbean cruises.

  2. Port of Southampton: A major passenger and cargo port located in Southampton, England. It is the busiest cruise terminal in the UK and serves as a popular embarkation point for European cruises.

  3. Port of Hong Kong: A major deep-water port located in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. It serves as an important trade and transportation hub in Asia.

  4. Port of Sydney: A major passenger and cargo port located in Sydney, Australia. It serves as a popular embarkation point for cruises to the South Pacific and New Zealand.

  5. Port of New York and New Jersey: A major seaport located in the New York metropolitan area. It is the largest port on the East Coast of the United States and serves as a popular embarkation point for cruises to the Caribbean and Bermuda.

Other similar terms that might be used in the travel context include "harbor", "marina", "dock", "terminal", "quay", and "wharf".

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