In this two-parts paper, we present a systematic procedure to extend the known Hamiltonian model of ideal inviscid fluid flow on Riemannian manifolds in terms of Lie-Poisson structures to a port-Hamiltonian model in terms of Stokes-Dirac structures. The first novelty of the presented model is the inclusion of non-zero energy exchange through, and within, the spatial boundaries of the domain containing the fluid. The second novelty is that the port-Hamiltonian model is constructed as the interconnection of a small set of building blocks of open energetic subsystems. Depending only on the choice of subsystems one composes and their energy-aware interconnection, the geometric description of a wide range of fluid dynamical systems can be achieved. The constructed port-Hamiltonian models include a number of inviscid fluid dynamical systems with variable boundary conditions. Namely, compressible isentropic flow, compressible adiabatic flow, and incompressible flow. Furthermore, all the derived fluid flow models are valid covariantly and globally on n-dimensional Riemannian manifolds using differential geometric tools of exterior calculus.