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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


CEUTA, SPAIN


Ceuta is a Spanish and European city in the North of Africa. It links two continents and shelters in the middle of the Straits of Gibraltar, where the waters of the Atlantic and Mediterranean meet.


Must see tourist attractions


• Ceuta sightseeing (3hr tour) • Parque Maritimo del Mediterraneo, Ceuta city centre (100mtr)


• Ceuta’s Grand Casino, Ceuta (100mtr) • Tetouans sightseeing (4hrs) • Tangier sightseeing (5hrs)


A new operational Cruise Terminal Dock is located just 100mtr from the city centre. It allows for increased passenger traffic and for vessels surpassing 300mtr in length. It includes lighting, signposting, green areas and a new configuration of security systems introducing new locking systems that take into account organisation of traffic areas and circulation of authorised light vehicles and public transport services. The total investment cost over €2.2m. Ceuta offers the visitor endless possibilities, each more tempting than the previous. One can enjoy the city’s exceptional climate, its peoples hospitality and the beauty of its landscape with magnificent panoramic views


of the Gibraltar Strait, its important commercial centre.


Key advantages are its non European port status, VAT free on all purchases, competitive pricing for quality bunkering and efficient port services.


In Ceuta there is a lot to discover. The Mediterranean Maritime Park with its 56,000sq mtr grounds is located in the heart of the city and offers gardens with a solarium containing deckchairs, sunbeds and shades plus a salt water lake with waterfalls. Ceuta offers a gateway to the Magreb. It is the most efficient bridge to visit the neighbouring Magreb towns in Morocco that lie a few kilometres away. Coach tours to Morocco, accompanied by expert guides, are a very popular shore excursion for cruise passengers calling at this Spanish city port.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 330mtr Width: no limit Draught: 10.2mtr


Anchorage Available: yes


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 1.4mtr


Quays


Total number of quays: 8 Total length of quays: 3,062mtr Quay depth: up to 10.5mtr Passenger terminals: 2 (1 for cruise)


Distances/Transportation City centre: 100mtr Airport: Malaga is connected by daily helicopter services


Free shuttle service to city: yes Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 17,000 Total cruise calls 2017: 11 Total cruise lines 2017: 5 Turnaround port? no


Mailing Address


Autoridad Portuaria de Ceuta Muelle de España s/n 51001 Ceuta Spain


Wwww.puertodeceuta.com


Other Contact


Jose Francisco Torrado President


Jose M. Carrasco


Finance & Business Development Manager E jcarrasco@puertodeceuta.com


Main Contact


Victor M. Jiménez Marketing & Commercial Manager


E victor@puertodeceuta.com P +34 956 527 000/08 F +34 956 527 001


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