Coast Guard reopens three of seven southern ports of Puerto Rico

Southeastern Coast Guard NewsSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The Coast Guard Captain of the Port of San Juan reopened the southern ports of Ponce, Salinas and Guayama, Puerto Rico Wednesday afternoon following the passing of Tropical Strom Chantal south of the island.

All the ports in Puerto Rico have resumed normal port operations under Port Condition Four except for the ports of Guanica, Guayanilla, Tallaboa and Mayaguez, which remain closed to inbound and outbound commercial vessel traffic until port assessments and safety checks are completed.

Coast Guard Port Assessment Teams are working to assess the navigable waterway to safely reopen the four remaining ports in the southern region of Puerto Rico as soon as possible.

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