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Constantza Bulgaria o Kavala aloniki


Burgas Varna


Istanbul


Volos Piraeus


Turkey Kusadasi Antalya Alanya Bodrum Souda/Chania Heraklion


Cyprus Latsi


Paphos


ISTANBUL, TURKEY


Must see tourist attractions


• The Topkapi Palace • Hagia Sophia • The Basilica Cistern • The Grand Bazaar • The Blue Mosque


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: no limit Width: no limit Draught: up to 8.6mtr (Salipazari Pier), up to 6.4mtr (Karakoy Pier)


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: no Tugs available: yes, service supplied by the Turkish Directorate General of Coastal Safety


Mailing Address


Galataport Salipazari Port Management and Investments Inc. Kılıçali Paşa Mah. Meclis-i Mebusan Ave. No:6/1D, Beyoğlu Istanbul, Turkey


P +90 212 939 4200 F +90 212 293 4145 Wwww.portrequest@dogusgrubu.com.tr


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On May 16, 2013, Dogus Group1 placed the highest offer for the privatization of Istanbul Port (Salipazari Cruise Port), with a $702 million bid, winning the right to operate the port area for 30 years. In partnership with BLG Capital the real estate private equity arm of Bilgili Group2, Dogus Group established Salipazari Port Management and Investments Inc. Istanbul Port is the only operating cruise port in Istanbul. The company physically took over the port area on the 24th of February 2014 and immediately renovated the terminal building, updated or renewed the port’s equipment. The company will regenerate the waterfront into hospitality and recreational open spaces with hotel, offices, gardens and squares in harmony with the Karaköy and Cihangir districts. The current pier length is 1,115mtr and the width of the berth will extend to 10mtr towards the sea. A brand new


Quays Total number of quays: 2 Total length of quays: 1,115mtr Quay depth: up to 11mtr (Salipazari Pier), up to 8mtr (Karakoy Pier) Passenger terminals: 1


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in the centre of the city Airport: 20km Free shuttle service to city: no Free shuttle service within the pier: yes


Other Contact


Yagmur Buyukemre Cetin Marketing Specialist


E ybuyukemre@dogusgrubu.com.tr P +90 212 939 4200 F +90 212 293 4145


Main Contact


Figen Ayan Vice President


E fayan@dogusgrubu.com.tr P +90 212 939 4200 F +90 212 293 4145


20,000sq mtr passenger terminal is also part of the redevelopment project. Istanbul Port gives services such as 24/7 security, K9, shelter, mooring, fresh water services, luggage handling, stevedoring and oil boom. Istanbul is a unique city where the East meets the West and which remains true to its historic heritage through its mosques, basilicas and bazaars. According to the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism’s data, Istanbul welcomed 12.4 million tourists in 2015.


1 Dogus Group has become one of largest conglomerates in Turkey and has the vision of being a regional leader in the services sector. Dogus Group is active in eight core businesses: financial services, automotive, construction, media, tourism and services, real estate, energy and entertainment. 2 Bilgili Group is one of leading owners, developers, operators and managers of real estate in Turkey, having managed a portfolio of assets since 1984 including hotel,


office, retail, mixed-use and residential projects across Turkey.


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2016: 36,708 Total cruise calls 2016: 48 Total cruise lines 2016: 13 Turnaround port? yes


PORT FACTS


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