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Point Breeze is a neighborhood in the southeastern portion of Baltimore, Maryland. It is completely surrounded on the south side by the Patapsco River. The Point Breeze cape, located at the coordinates of 39.2537187 degrees north latitude and 76.5410748 degrees west longitude, is situated in the area.
The neighborhood of Point Breeze has a zip code of 21224 and a population of 4,734 people. Its racial makeup consists of 64.45% White, 20.91% Hispanic, 17.13% Black or African American, 10.73% Other Race, 3.65% Two or More Races, 2.2% Asian, 1.69% American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 0.17% Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander.
The Seagirt Marine Terminal, Port of Baltimore, is a 284 acres container terminal. It is leased and operated by Ports America Chesapeake for 50 years under a public-private concession. The terminal is open Mondays through Fridays from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Seagirt Marine Terminal currently handles 1.0M TEUs a year and is one of the most efficient terminals on the U.S. East Coast. It features four berths, eight super-post Panamax cranes, seven post Panamax, 18 inbound and nine outbound single stage gate lanes, international and domestic containers, four loading tracks, four storage tracks, one service track, transtainers, a side loader and a reach stacker.
The All-State Career Baltimore campus is located in Point Breeze. The campus offers a wide variety of career training programs designed to meet employers' demands for entry-level employees. These programs include:
The Nuclear Ship Savannah is a non-functional one-of-a-kind nuclear cargo or passenger ship. Considered a maritime museum, the ship is currently located on Newgate Ave., just outside of Point Breeze. It is under a long-term layberth contract with the Canton Marine Terminals. Operated by the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD), access to the Savannah through guided tours for groups and individuals can be granted by their MARAD's Savannah Technical Support (STS) group. Enthusiasts also have the option of taking a virtual tour on the Historic Naval Ships Association website.
The Liberty Ship John W. Brown is one of the only two remaining, fully operational Liberty ships of World War II. Open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., it is a historical museum ship also situated on Newgate Ave.
The non-profit organization Project Liberty Ship restored it in order to educate people on the importance of the wartime American merchant marine, Naval Armed Guard and shipbuilders. Preserving and operating the ship as a living memorial, the Project Liberty Ship offers guided tours, steam schools, and WWII merchant seaman experiences on the S.S. John W. Brown.
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