Port of Humboldt Bay

The Shipping Link

Located on the rugged Northern California coast about 225 miles north of San Francisco and 156 nautical miles south of Coos Bay, Oregon, the Port of Humboldt Bay is on course toward a strong future. Historically, the port's main purposes were the exportation of forest products and to serve as the home port for a vast commercial fishing fleet. Today, the Port of Humboldt Bay has positioned itself to greatly expand its worldwide shipping connections. The completion of a recent harbor deepening project gives the port the potential for becoming an oasis of international commerce, linking Northern California with the rest of the world.