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Turkey Kusadasi Antalya Alanya Bodrum


Cyprus Latsi


Paphos Mersin


Larnaca Limassol


Ashdod PtS id MERSIN, TURKEY Il Must see tourist attractions


• The Gate of Cleopatra (30km) • Seven Sleepers Cave (40km) • The Temple of Zeus • St Paul’s Well • Madien Tower (65km)


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 360mtr Width: no restrictions Draught: 15mtr


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


Anchorageyes Available: yes


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes


Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull


idal movement/range: 0-0.5mtr Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Mailing Address Mersin International Port (MIP) Yenimahalle 101, Cadde 530 Sk. No 5 33100 Mersin, Turkey


E marketing@mersinport.com.tr Wwww.mersinport.com.tr


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Mersin International Port (MIP) caters for the needs of international trade and tourism in the region. Located in the heart of the East Mediterranean Turquoise sea coast. There are regular sea trips from Mersin to North Cyprus and Egypt by roro- passenger ships. Mersin, which is also known for fresh agricultural products mainly fruits such as oranges, bananas and strawberries, offers a rich menu of gastronomy in many traditional and modern restaurants located along the sea coast and downtown, ranging from fresh meat and Mediterranean Sea food, traditional Turkish cuisine specialties. Other attractions include modern and traditional shopping centres, a wide choice of cafés, famous Turkish Ice Cream tastes and delights in the city; In the nearby surroundings, Cappadocia, Saint Paul’s sacred place in Tarsus, historical


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Quays Total number of quays: 21 Total length of quays: 3,655mtr Quay depth: 13.5mtr Passenger terminals: yes


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


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in centre of Mersin Airport: 60km from the port Free shuttle service to city: can be arranged


sites and ruins in the nearby provinces. Mersin, the rising star of world tourism is located on a long coast at the eastern end of the Mediterranean. The sun shines 300 days a year in Mersin, hence in the ancient world the city was called ‘Solipompeopolis’, meaning ‘Sun City’. 1.7 million People living in Mersin welcome their guests from all over the world. Mersin enjoys marvellous beaches along the coastline of 321km, and offers its guests the opportunity to refresh themselves. The first settlements in Mersin, which was known as Cilicia in ancient times, dates back to the New Stone Age. It is still one of the important ports of the Mediterranean and the centre of maritime commerce just as it was during ancient times. As a settlement place of dominant powers since Neolithic Period, Mersin hosts lots of archaeological and historical monuments.


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Traffic Total cruise passengers 2015: 2,032 Total cruise calls 2015: 2 Total cruise lines 2015: 1 Turnaround port? no


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


Main Contact E marketing@mersinport.com.tr


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