Rio De Janeiro

Brazil 18.23 (America/Sao_Paulo)
You should carry some form of photo ID with you at all times. Protests take place regularly, often without warning, in a number of Brazilian cities, including Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Belo Horizonte. There have been violent incidents and injuries. Avoid demonstrations, monitor local media and follow the guidance of local authorities. Drug trafficking is widespread in Brazil. If you are caught trafficking the penalties are severe, often involving long prison sentences in a Brazilian prison. The penalties for possession of drugs for personal use range from educational classes to community service.
Map showing the location of Rio De Janeiro

About The Port

Port is maintained and operated by Autoridade Portuaria Docas do Rio (CDRJ). Exports include general cargoes (containerised) minerals, grain and oil products. Imports include breakbulk, steel products, general cargo and crude.

Within the inlet on the western coast of the Baia de Guanabara, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro.

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Port Services


Regina Borges de Paula

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
+55 21 96943 6235

Gilvan Cunha

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
+55 21 979328803