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BARCELONA, SPAIN


The Port of Barcelona is the leading cruise port in Europe, the Mediterranean turnaround port par excellence.


Figures are important, but our goal is to consolidate and maintain the highest levels of quality and efficiency in services, security and infrastructures.


Must see tourist attractions


• Modernisme-architecture (La Sagrada Familia temple, Guell Park, Casa Mila “La Pedrera”)


• Gothic Quarter • La Rambla • Montjüic hill (National Art Museum of Catalunya)


• Joan Miro Foundation, Olympic Ring


The Port of Barcelona works with local and international stakeholders of the cruise industry. Creuers del Port de Barcelona, the private concessionaire managing the public cruise terminals, is constantly improving their equipment and investing in new facilities.


On the international scene, it is important to mention the commitment of the Port of Barcelona with the cruise companies. The Carnival Group is building their second terminal in our port (Terminal E), the fifth cruise terminal in the Adossat Quay, that will be ready in spring 2018.


The Barcelona Tourism Board, Catalonia Tourism and the Airport of Barcelona are some of our most valuable partners. Our collaboration and cooperation with them is a relevant part of our success.


Regarding the coming years, one issue of the utmost importance for the whole cruise community of Barcelona is to preserve the environment. For this reason, the Port of Barcelona has presented ‘The Air Quality Improvement Plan’. The goals of the plan are to promote LNG as an alternative fuel and to control the environmental impact of the port activities.


Being part of MedCruise, we continue to keep the focus in our region, the Mediterranean. A cruise itinerary is a chain composed by different destinations and we work the aim of achieve the success of the region.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth 300mtr


8.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes


Anchorage Available: yes


Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0.4mtr


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: none


Mailing Address Port de Barcelona World Trade Center Barcelona Edifici Est. 3a planta Moll de Barcelona 08039 Barcelona Spain


Wwww.portdebacelona.cat 16


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth Length: no limit Width: no limit


Draught: up to 8mtr (Barcelona Pier), up to 12mtr (Adossat Pier)


Quays


Total number of quays: 4 for cruise ships Total length of quays: 2,350mtr max 15mtr, min 5mtr


6 966mtr


Quay depth: up to 8mtr (Barcelona Pier), up to 12mtr (Adossat Pier) Passenger terminals: 6


Passenger terminals: yes with air- conditioned lounge


Distances/Transportation


City Centre:2.5km maxCity centre: port is in the centre of Alanya Airport: 12km via highspeed Free shuttle service to city: no


Antalya International Airport 125km (90mins drive), Alanya Gazipasa Other Contact


Gemma Gracia Cruise Department


E gemma.gracia@portdebarcelona.cat P +34 93 306 88 50


Main Contact


Mar Pérez Head of Cruise Department


E mar.perez@portdebarcelona.cat P +34 93 306 88 48


Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 2,712,000 Traffic


Total cruise calls 2017: 778 Turnaround port? yes


Total Cruise Passengers: Total Cruise Calls 2015: Total Cruise Lines 2015: Turnaround Port?


Airport 42km (30mins drive) Free shuttle service to city: if requested


PORT FACTS


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