Hurricane Beryl Impact to the Port: Fully Transitioned to Post-Storm Recovery

Jul 08, 2024


Corpus Christi, TX, USA – In response to the impacts of Hurricane Beryl, the Port of Corpus Christi Authority has now fully transitioned to Post-Storm Recovery in accordance with the 2024 Hurricane Readiness Plan. Port personnel are continuing to assess impacts; however no significant impacts have been reported. Port facilities, including the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), Security Command Center and Harbormaster’s Office have maintained continuous uninterrupted operations.

Port Offices will open as scheduled tomorrow, July 9, for normal operations.

The Port of Corpus Christi Ship Channel is now open as outlined in the latest Marine Safety Information Bulletin (MSIB) 60-24 issued by U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Sector Air Station Corpus Christi.

The USCG Captain of the Port (CoTP) Corpus Christi has rescinded Port Condition Zulu for the following waterways: the Intracoastal Waterway from MM 521 near Rockport, south to the US/Mexico Border — including Rockport Cut and Lydia Ann Channel — as well as the Corpus Christi Ship Channel and La Quinta Channel, effective 11:00 a.m. on Monday, July 8, 2024.

All Port of Corpus Christi users shall immediately adhere to the requirements and recommendations set forth in USCG MSIB 60-24 and forthcoming MSIBs.

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About Port Corpus Christi

As a leader in U.S. energy export ports and a major economic engine of Texas and the nation, the Port of Corpus Christi is the third largest port in the United States in total waterborne tonnage. Strategically located on the western Gulf of Mexico with a 36-mile, soon to be 54-foot (MLLW) deep channel, the Port of Corpus Christi is a major gateway to international and domestic maritime commerce. The Port of Corpus Christi has excellent railroad and highway network connectivity via three North American Class-1 railroads and two major interstate highways. With an outstanding staff overseen by its seven-member commission, the Port of Corpus Christi is “Moving America’s Energy.” For more information about the Port of Corpus Christi, visit


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Click for PDF of PCCA News Release – Post-Storm Recovery – Beryl

Click for PDF of MSIB 60-24 – Port Condition- Recovery