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PORT FACTS


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Split Korcula


Dubrovnik Kotor


donia letta


Monopoli nto


Crotone Calabro


Brindisi Corfu


Montenegro Greece


Igoumenitsa Patras Bulgaria Kavala Thessaloniki


Burga Varna


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Volos Piraeus


Souda/Chania Heraklion


PATRAS, GREECE


Must see tourist attractions


• The New Archaeological Museum • St. Andrew Byzantine Church • The Roman Odeon • The Castle • Achaia Clauss Winery


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 340mtr Width: no limit Draught: 10.5mtr


Anchorage Available: no Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 0.75mtr


The harbour of Patras is a multi-functional port, located in the city centre and within a few minutes-walk to the main places of interest and the shopping district. Numerous architectural and historical monuments, a mild climate, an abundance of entertainment, railway and bus stations as well as banks and post office are within five minutes walking distance. Situated inside the passenger terminal building are cash machines, international phones, internet services and travel agencies, cafe, restaurant and duty-free shops. The region has many competitive advantages and is uniquely suited as a cruise and yachting destination, as it offers many alternative forms of tourism such as archaeological, religious, natural, culture, etc.., thus ensuring variety and diversity.


Quays Total length of quays: No 14-15 - 373mtr, No 16 - 219mtr, No 13 - 179mtr Passenger terminals: 1(two-storey in use)


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in city centre Airport: Araxos (30min by coach) Free shuttle service to city: yes


Patras is a favourite holiday destination, for both those in love with its sun and sea, and for those seeking an active, sensually thrilling holiday. The port offers facilities for the supply of ships with water and telephone connections, while it currently arranges the provision of free internet access (hot spot). The authorities also provide fire safety measures, through a special fire station operating in the port 24/7, with two fire- extinguishing ships. Hoists, forklifts, cranes and an O.L.P.A. bus for transport within the port are available. The welcoming events of the O.L.P.A. SA testify to the sense of hospitality and responsibility all stakeholders feel, as well as to the importance of cruise tourism for the port. Tourism is linked to Greece’s age-old civilisation.


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 952 Total cruise calls 2017: 2 Turnaround port? no


Mailing Address


Patras Port Authority S.A. Patras South Port 26333 Greece


E managersoffice@patrasport.gr Wwww.patrasport.gr


Main Contact Nikolaos Kontoes President and Managing Director


E manager@patrasport.gr P +30 2610 365113 F +30 2610 365110


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