The applicability of Sea-wave Slot-cone Generator breakwater as a system of energy converter in the southern coasts of Iran is investigated. Several efficient factors simultaneously have been considered, including the period and the significant height of wave, the effective depth, and the hydraulic efficiency. The field data used in this study are those derived from the stationary buoys. Findings reveal that Asaluyeh and Shahid-Beheshti ports are the only places, which might satisfy the required needs. The percentage of hydraulic efficiency achieved, however, is less than what is suggested in the literature as the minimum acceptable level. In other words, the use of Sea-wave Slot-cone Generator breakwater is not financially affordable in the southern coasts of Iran.