Mormugao Harbour is one of the natural harbors in the country. Its history can be dated back when 'SS Westbourne' sailed into this harbor in 1885. It is served by the two rivers, Zuari and Mandovi
. Mormugao is one of the finest natural anchorages on the west coast of India and the hub of intense maritime activity.
The harbor has facilities for pilotage, towage, lighterage, bunkering, loading, unloading, transit sheds, warehousing, freightage, medical aid and supplies. There are also complicated facilities for handling and facilities for repairing the ships.
Mormugao Harbour is 34 km southwest of Panaji. Vasco Da Gama is 4 km away.