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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


GIBRALTAR


Must see tourist attractions


• The Gibraltar Nature Reserve, Upper Rock & the Barbary Macaques


• St Michael’s Cave • Great Siege Tunnels • Alameda Botanic Gardens • 100 Ton Gun Exhibition


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth Lenght: 300mtr 8.5mtr


Width: no limit


Draught: 9.6mtr outside Anchorage


Available: yes


Ship Tenders allowed: yes yes


Ship tenders allowed: not at present Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


1mtr (max)


Mailing Address Gibraltar Port Authority North Mole Gibraltar, GX11 1AA


E gpaenquiries@port.gov.gi Wwww.gibraltarport.com


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 300mtr inside berth, 360mtr outside berth


Located at the western end and entrance to the Mediterranean, Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory full of a mix of British and Mediterranean charm. With over 300 days of sunshine yearly and a colourful history, it is an easily accessible and popular cruise destination, with activities and attractions for all in just 2.6 square miles. The most popular activity is the ‘Rock Tour’, giving guests a full flavour of the history and life on the Rock over the years to present day. This tour covers, amongst other sites, Europa Point, with views across the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco, 15 miles away. The Gibraltar Nature Reserve, Upper Rock, covering the top part of the 426- metre-high Rock, is home to the world famous and free roaming Barbary Macaques. A visit to St Michael’s Cave, with its stalactite and stalagmite formations is also on the itinerary. At the Moorish Castle’s Tower of Homage, which dates back to the 11th century, you can still spot the battle scars on the outside walls from the many sieges it has endured. The Rock also has


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Quays Total number of quays: 2 Total length of quays: 460mtr/450mtr Quay draughts: 9.3mtr outside/8.6mtr inside Passenger terminals: 1


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Other Contact


Manuel Tirado CEO and Captain of the Port (Acting)


E manuel.tirado@port.gov.gi P +350 200 46254 F +350 200 51513


Distances/Transportation City centre: 1km Airport: 2km Free shuttle service to city: depends on


over 32 miles of manmade tunnels, including the Great Siege Tunnels, created to defend Gibraltar from invaders between 1779-1783, as are the World War II tunnels, allowing an insight into a city within a city. Out in the open and within the original city walls, which can still be seen throughout the town, the architecture is a mix of Genoese, Portuguese, Spanish, Moorish and British styles. Gibraltar has a café society with cafes and bars dotted along Main Street, as well as in its two marinas. For the shoppers amongst your guests, Main Street, only a 15-minute walk from the Gibraltar Cruise Terminal, is a magnet for bargain hunters thanks to Gibraltar’s VAT free shopping. At the crossroads of Mediterranean and Atlantic shipping lanes, Gibraltar is also ideally placed to provide a wide range of services to cruise companies, in addition to allowing ships to open up their on-board facilities after 1800 local time while still in the port.


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth cruise line


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 404,995 Total cruise calls 2017: 235 Total cruise lines 2017: 31 Turnaround port? No (only ad-hoc)


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Main Contact


Nicky Guerrero Chief Executive, Gibraltar Tourist Board


E nicky.guerrero@gibraltar.gov.gi P +350 200 74950 F +350 200 74943


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