Port Facilities

A Multi-Use Maritime Facility

The Port of Davisville located within the Quonset Business Park is Rhode Island’s premiere public port. With over $100 million in investments recently completed, the Port has modernized and expanded its port infrastructure to be a leader in offshore wind support. 

Strategically located near the mouth of Narragansett Bay, The Port of Davisville offers five terminals with 4,500 feet of berthing space and 235 acres of operating capacity. The Port is one of the top 10 automobile importers in the U.S.

The Davisville Advantage

  • No harbor maintenance fee
  • Vessels can dock upon arrival
  • Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) designation
  • On-dock rail
  • 150 MT mobile harbor crane
  • Direct connections to air, highways, rail
  • Near the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) offshore wind lease areas

Port Services and Specifications

Good Things on the Horizon

With over $100 million in investments recently completed, the Port of Davisville has modernized and expanded its port infrastructure. 

The two upgraded multi-use piers can simultaneously support growth in the finished automobile industry, the operational needs of the offshore wind industry, marine transportation needs, and the aquaculture sector.

In conjunction with the Port of Davisville Master Plan, an additional $100 million in funding is approved for continual upgrades to the port.