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Burgas Varna


Istanbul


Turkey raeus Kusadasi Antalya Alanya Bodrum /Chania Heraklion


Cyprus Latsi


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Kusadasi A


KUSADASI, ANTALYA & BODRUM, TURKEY


Must see tourist attractions


• Ephesus • The House of the Virgin Mary • The Castle of St. Peter & The Mausoleum (One of the Seven Wonders)


• The Temple of Artemis (One of the Seven Wonders)


• Aspendos


Global Ports Holding (GPH) is the world’s largest cruise port operator with an established presence in the Mediterranean and Asia-Pacific regions, including extensive commercial port operations in Turkey and Montenegro. In Turkey, GPH currently manages three leading cruise ports; Ege Port, Kusadasi: Situated on the west coast of Turkey, the cruise port and beach resort town of Kusadasi is the gateway to Ephesus, which is among the most visited ancient cities in the Mediterranean. With its two finger piers Ege Port, Kusadasi can berth up to four large vessels at a time. The renovated Scala Nuova Village is located across from the terminal offering exotic and colourful shops, chic cafes, and restaurants tailored exclusively for cruise passengers. Ege Port has been awarded ‘Green Port’ certification in recognition of their environmental and corporate responsibility credentials.


Bodrum Cruise Port: Bodrum is located on the Aegean coast of Turkey, and in addition to its luxury tourist destinations, it boasts several major


historical sites, including The Castle of St Peter & Mausoleum, Myndos Gate and the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. The port is located a brief stroll from the city centre and 36km from Milas International Airport. Bodrum Cruise Port features a 340mtr finger pier, which can accommodate the world’s largest cruise ships. Bodrum Cruise Port has been awarded ‘Green Port’ certification in recognition of their environmental and corporate responsibility credentials. Antalya Cruise Port A major International airport, a wide range of hotels and a variety of important archaeological sites such as Aspendos, Perge and Side, the port has all the appeal necessary to be a key homeport on the Mediterranean. Antalya Cruise Port has three cruise piers totalling 510mtr in length, a 1,830sq mtr passenger terminal and a 990sq mtr luggage area which serves cruise passengers. Antalya is the number one holiday destination in Turkey and attracts 39% of all tourists visiting the country.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: Kusadasi (K): 370mtr, Bodrum (B): 350mtr, Antalya (A): 340mtr Width: no restrictions Draught: K: 10mtr, B: 9mtr, A: 9.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 30cm


Mailing Address Global Ports Holding Rihtim Cad No. 51 Karakoy 34425 Istanbul, Turkey


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Quays Total number of quays: K: 8, B: 3 A: 3 Total length of quays: K: 1,297mtr, B: 680mtr, A: 510mtr Quay depth: K: 9-19mtr, B: 8-22mtr, A: 10mtr Passenger terminals: K:1, B:1, A:1


Distances/Transportation City centre: K: 50mtr, B: 1.5km, A: 20km Airport: K: 64km, B: 35km, A: 30km Free shuttle service to city: K: not


Other Contact


Ceylan Erzi Marketing Manager


E ceylane@globalportsholding.com P +90 212 244 4440 F +90 212 244 6047


applicable, B: sea shuttle available, A: no


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: K: 119,815, B: 31,641, A: 39,995 Total cruise calls 2017: K: 130, B: 24, A: 12 Total cruise lines 2017: K: 13, B: 3, A: 4 Turnaround port? A: yes


Main Contact


Carla Salvadó Director of Marketing


E carlas@globalportsholding.com P +34 93 412 7914 F +34 93 317 3169


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