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PORT FACTS


C Zadar Sibenik


Split Korcula


Dubrovnik Kotor


Manfredonia Barletta


Bari Taranto


Monopoli Brindisi


igliano Calabro Crotone


essina Corfu


Montenegro Greece


Igoumenitsa Patras Bulgaria Kavala Thessaloniki


Volos Piraeus


Souda/Chania Herak


PIRAEUS, GREECE


Must see tourist attractions


• Acropolis/Parthenon (11km) - Unparalleled ancient architecture


• Marathon (42km) - the site of the famous battle and the beginning of the Marathon Road


• Sounion (80km) - The temple of the Sea God Poseidon at a breathtaking site


• Epidavros (150km) - Ancient theatre • Delphi (174km) - The ‘Centre of the World’


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 395mtr Width: no limit Draught: 11mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: no Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 0.5mtr


Piraeus Port is Europe's largest passenger port, serving annually at its 37 km of quay walls, more than 40,000 arrivals-departures of coastal and cruise ships, approximately 20m passengers, 4m TEU (containers), 400,000 transit cars and providing ship repair activities. The cruise port of Piraeus, with 1 million cruise passengers every year, its typical Mediterranean climate with extended periods of sunshine throughout most of the year, is still an ideal hub for reaching the market centre of Athens and the famous Parthenon as well as various tourist attractions in the east Mediterranean including Santorini and Mykonos. Piraeus Cruise sector is certified with ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 by LRQA. Piraeus Port has also been rewarded with the title ECOPORT by ESPO. Other main features: •Berths for new generation cruise ships •3 air conditioned Passenger Terminals of 15,000sq mtr with 20 Xray machines


Quays Total number of quays: 10 Total length of quays: 2,370mtr Quay depth: max 11mtr Passenger terminals: 3 fully air- conditioned


Distances/Transportation City centre: Piraeus - 0.5km, Athens - 10km Airport: 45km Free shuttle service to city: no


Mailing Address Piraeus Port Authority S.A. 10 Akti Miaouli Str. 18538, Piraeus Greece E commercial@olp.gr P +30 210 455 0263 F +30 210 455 0180 Wwww.olp.gr


Main Contacts


Theodora Riga Manager, Strategic Planning & Marketing


E theodora.riga@olp.gr E christina.baboulaki@olp.gr 57


Christina Baboulaki Deputy Manager, Strategic Planning & Marketing


•Free shuttle bus service within the cruise port •Available slots for tourist buses •24/7 operation throughout the year with tide free access •Berth allocation system •ISPS compliant •Multiple daily Ferry connections with almost all Aegean islands •Helipad available for VIP •Favourable weather conditions throughout the year


•Implementation of environmental quality monitoring programs •Environmental Management system certified according to the Port Environmental Review System (PERS) •Reception facilities for all categories of ship wastes •Faster turnaround and environmental benefits through permanent reception network •Expansion of the southern port with 2 new cruise berths more than 400mtr each


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 1,055,000 Total cruise calls 2017: 576 Total cruise lines 2017: 36 Turnaround port? yes


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