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La Spezia Livorno


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Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


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Porto Empedocle Imerese Sicily Valletta Malta MESSINA, ITALY Must see tourist attractions


• Messina (city centre and Regional Museum)


• Milazzo • Taormina • Etna • Thyndaris (Greek theatre)


The Strait of Messina surrounds a natural inlet, with the port located in the heart of the city centre. Cruise tourists have an easy walk to the main streets to see Arabic, Norman and Suevian monuments. The cathedral of Messina is one of the oldest churches in Sicily and its bell tower contains the world’s largest astronomical clock, which was made in Strasbourg. The port is multifunctional and extremely competitive: mooring facilities are available for ships of up to 300 metres and it will be further improved with a new maritime passenger station and vast areas for buses and shore services. The new Master Plan provides a larger area devoted to cruising, equipped with high quality services and security systems. Messina Port Authority also has


jurisdiction over the harbour of Milazzo where it is planned to boost cruise activity. Here the total quays length is 1,700mtr and it will become 2,100mtr in the next years. This town offers tourists the opportunity to literally walk to monuments and sites of interest and to visit Eolian Islands, Thyndaris, Cefalù. Milazzo is a charming little town on the Tyrrhenian coast, lying at the beginning of a peninsula stretching towards the Aeolian Islands. Here you will find old churches, Palazzi and the fortified Citadel which stands dramatically on the ruins of the primitive Greek, Roman and Byzantine settlements. Both ports also offer a number of interesting routes including cultural, shopping, eating and drinking and sea- related leisure activities.


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Maximum ship dimensions for berth 300mtr


8.5mtr Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders alloShip tenders allowed: noed: yes


Tugs available: yesyes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0.6mtr


0.4mtr


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth Length: over 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 12mtr


Quays Total number of quays: 5 6


Total length of quays: 1,200mtr Quay depth: 8-12mtr Passenger terminals: 1 conditioned lounge


966mtr


max 15mtr, min 5mtr yes with air-


Distances/Transportation City centre: port in city centre Airport: Reggio Calabria: 1hr 40min; Catania: 1hr 40min Free shuttle service to city: not necessary


Distances/Transportation City Centre: port is in the centre of Alanya Airport: Antalya International Airport 125km (90mins drive), Alanya Gazipasa


Mailing Address Autorità Portuale di Messina Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 27 98122 Messina Italy


Wwww.porto.messina.it 50 Main Contact


Cristiana Laurà Promotion & External Relation Dept. Manager E laura@porto.messina.it P +39 090 601 3201 F +39 090 710 120


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Total cruise passengers 2017: Messina (Me): 393,562, Milazzo (Mi): 3,000 Total cruise calls 2017: Me: 172, Mi: 10 Total cruise lines 2017: Me: 23, Mi: 3 otal Cruise Calls 2015: Total Cruise Lines 2015: Turnaround Port?


al Cruise Passengers: Turnaround port? no


Airport 42km (30mins drive) Free shuttle service to city: if requested


PORT FACTS


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