KJB logo with CEO, Founder Kim Jarrett's iconic picture
White exterior, interior and handle
Did you know?
Kingston Harbour in Jamaica is the seventh-largest natural harbour in the world. It is an almost landlocked area of water approximately 16 kilometers (9.942 miles) long by 3.2 kilometers (1.988 miles) wide. Most of it is deep enough to accommodate large ships, even close to shore. It is bordered to the north by the city of Kingston, the capital of Jamaica; to the west by Hunts Bay and the municipality of Portmore; and the south and east by the Palisadoes strip, which protects it. The harbour is home to the Kingston Container Terminal, Jamaica’s largest port. Other docks on Kingston Harbour are at the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica in downtown Kingston and at the Jamaica Flour Mills and the Caribbean Cement Company at Rockfort.