The Kishon Port lies east of the main port, adjacent to the Kishon stream. The port consists of an external basin, protected by two breakwaters with a length of 600 meters and 350 meters and a main channel 1,045 meters long. The width of the entrance channel is 80 meters and its depth is 12 meters. The maximum draft of vessels is 9.5 meters. The land area in the Kishon zone (including the chemical terminals and the rear terminal for stuffing/unstuffing and storage) covers about 3.4 million Sq. meters.
Kishon East Quay
The East Kishon Quay is 580 meters long and 50 meters wide, with a rear area of 20 hectares and a water depth reaching 11 meters, allowing for safe anchorage of vessels.
The Fishing Wharf & Yacht Anchorage
The Fishing Wharf is located at the mouth of the Kishon Stream and provides safe anchorage for fishing boats in the north area. It was recently rennovated and expanded both in physical facilities and logistical services. These include: a fish marketing and processing center, fish storehouses, cold storage, equipment warehouses, a 300 meter long dock, on-site crane for lifting boats, workshops for refueling and repairs, and a number of fish restaurants. A marina 1,200 meters in length with room for the mooring of up to 300 private yachting vessels.
The Kishon Stream Park was developed in the surrounding area and is utilized by the public as a tourist, sport, and recreational center throughout the year.