1 - Manaus Floating Harbour
It is a Brazilian river port located in the capital of Amazonas. Considered the largest floating harbour in the world, it serves the states of Amazonas, Roraima, Rondônia, Acre and northern areas of Mato Grosso. It was designed by the British and inaugurated in 1907, when the city was experiencing the height of the rubber cycle. It is currently administered by the Government of the State of Amazonas. Its structure allows it to receive several ships of any size, even during the great ebbs and flows, in addition to serving to embark and disembark passengers and goods coming and going from the cities of the interior of the state.
2 - Modern Manaus Harbour
A place of concentration of pleasure boats, where the population takes advantage of the weekends to go to the beaches around Manaus. The harbour also receives passenger and cargo vessels that take and bring goods, both from the capital and from the interior of Amazonas, or states in the Amazon region. The port of Manaus Moderna is a place for loading and unloading supplies that are distributed at the fairs of the Amazonian capital.
Fuente: Agencia Amazon