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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco LISBON, PORTUGAL


Cruise lines have dedicated cruise terminals located in the heart of Lisbon, all within easy walking distance from the city centre and historical sites.


Must see tourist attractions


• Belem Quarter (15min) • St. Georges Castle (5min) • Chiado area (shopping and residental) • Old Lisbon including 12th Century Cathedral


• Estádio da Luz - FC Benfica


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: no limitation Width: no limitation Draught: (-12) ZH


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes (with permit) Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 4mtr


Lisbon is ideally placed to serve as a switching point or base port for cruises between the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Atlantic islands. With a wide choice of hotels, an airport with excellent air lift providing regular flights to most European destinations and Brazil, and the shortest flights to North and South America from the European mainland, plus history, cultural events and leisure spots, Lisbon is an ideal transit and turnaround cruise port. The Lisbon Cruise Terminal, inaugurated on November 10th, 2017, is a project by the Portuguese architect Carrilho da Graça, situated in Santa Apolónia, and it was constructed by Lisbon Cruise Port. Resulting in an overall investment of around


Quays Total number of quays: 3 Total length of quays: 2,394mtr Quay depth: (-8.3) ZH till (-12) ZH Passenger terminals: 5


Distances/Transportation City centre: 500mtr to 3km Airport: 11km Free shuttle service to city: yes when required


Mailing Address Port of Lisbon Gare Marítima de Alcântara 1350-355 Lisboa Portugal P +351 213 611 000 F +351 213 611 004 E geral@portodelisboa.pt Wwww.portodelisboa.pt


44 Main Contact


Ana Lourenço Cruise Manager


E alourenco@portodelisboa.pt P +351 213 922 025 F +351 213 922 037 M+351 918 611 537


€22m, the new Lisbon Cruise Terminal features a total area of 13,800sq mtr and a pier of 1,490mtr, is able to welcome all cruise vessels with a draught up to 12mtr. It adopts the concept ‘friendly’, taking into consideration the aspects of comfort, accessibility, flexibility for the services provided to the passengers and ships, according to the demands of current and future traffic. With this new terminal, Port of Lisbon Authority aims to grow in calls and cruise passengers, estimating that the current traffic of more than 500,000 passengers could double in the next ten years. The new facility provides the port with a capacity to grow to 1.5m passengers and will promote the growth of turnaround operations, which will result in a greater impact on the tourism in the region, with more benefits for the economy.


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 521,042 Total cruise calls 2017: 330 Total cruise lines 2017: 43 Turnaround port? 25% of traffic is turnaround


Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


PORT FACTS


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