Note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there may be other smaller sea ports in Ukraine that are not included here.
- Odessa Sea Port
- Mykolaiv Sea Port
- Chornomorsk Sea Port (formerly Illichivsk Sea Port)
- Yuzhny Sea Port
- Berdyansk Sea Port
- Mariupol Sea Port
- Kherson Sea Port
- Skadovsk Sea Port
- Izmail Sea Port
- Reni Sea Port
- Ust-Danube Sea Port
- Olvia Sea Port
- Ochakiv Sea Port
- Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Sea Port
- Kiliya Sea Port
- Sevastopol Sea Port (currently under Russian control)*
- Kerch Sea Port (currently under Russian control)*
- Evpatoria Sea port (currently under Russian control)*
- Yalta Sea port (currently under Russian control)*
- Feodosia port (currently under Russian control)*
* According to international law, Crimea remains a part of Ukraine and therefore, the Crimean ports should be under Ukrainian jurisdiction. However, after the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014, the situation on the ground changed, and the ports in Crimea are currently under the de facto control of the Russian Federation.
Since the annexation, there have been disagreements and tensions between Ukraine and Russia over the status of Crimea and its ports. The Ukrainian government and the international community, including the United Nations, have not recognized the annexation and continue to consider Crimea as a part of Ukraine.
However, the practical implications of this remain a point of dispute, and the ports in Crimea are currently under Russian control.