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PORT FACTS


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French Riviera Marseille


Villefranche Savona Toulon Roses ona Cannes Nice Antibes


Saint Florent I'ile-Rousse


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Corsica Porto Torres


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Sardinia Portovesme


La Spezia Livorno


Bastia


Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


Oristano Pesa Ancona Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia O Naple Castellammare di Stab Sa Cagliari Palermo Mila Bizerte La Goulette Tunis Sousse Tunisia Trapani Porto Empedocle


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Sici Valletta Malta SARDINIAN PORTS


Must see tourist attractions • Cagliari city centre and the old town ‘Castello’


• Poetto Beach • Olbia and Porto Torres old town centre (5min on foot)


• Beaches: 3km from Olbia, 5km from Porto Torres, 100mtr from Golfo Aranci


• Porto Cervo (31km from Olbia, 33km from Golfo Aranci


Seven doors in a paradise surrounded by the sea. Seven ports at the centre of the world. In balance with identity, traditions, innovation, culture and nature. Sardinia, a land where places of beauty weave together with environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability. Every place, on the coast or inland, is a fascinating discovery, which transforms tourism to build a unique experience, for a simple vacation or for your entire life. Every year it is the destination of choice for ten million visitors (cruise passengers exceed 600,000) Sardinia combines four dimensions: nature excellence, food quality, longevity, sustainable innovation. Anyone who reaches the Island by sea, by ferry or cruise ship, through the ports of


Olbia, Cagliari, Golfo Aranci, Porto Torres, Oristano, Portovesme, Santa Teresa is hosted on an island that reveals treasures and creates everlasting memories


Thousands of years of history, that are evident through the archaeological sites and monuments. Precious traditions of unique handicrafts, handed down from through generations revealing deep and magical stories of an island where is possible to find, simply in food and lifestyle, the elixir of life. A timeless and boundless land, that generates positive vibrations that Sardinians are happy to instil in everyone who decides to visit it.


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Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: Cagliari (C): 450mtr, Olbia (O):275mtr, Golfo Aranci (G): upto 350mtr in next 5 years, Porto Torres (P): 330mtr, Oristano (Or): 500mtr Width: no limit Draught: C: 5-12mtr, O, G, P: 8-11mtr


Anchorage Available: C: 14, O, P, Or: no, G: yes Ships tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: C: 4, O, G, P: yes Tidal movement/range: C: 0.2mtr


Quays Total number of quays: C:12, O:5, G:1+anchorage, P:5 Total length of quays: C: 5,813mtr, G: 230mtr Quay depth: C: 1.6mtr, O:9-9.5mtr, G:8mtr, P: 8-12mtr, Or: 11mtr Passenger terminals: C: yes, operated by Cagliari Cruise Port, O: 1 G: 1, P, Or: no


Distances/Transportation City centre: C: 100mtr, O:1km, P: 1km, G: 800mtr, Or: 18km


Mailing Address Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mare di Sardegna Molo Dogana - Porto di Cagliari 09123 Cagliari


E marketing@adspmaredisardegna.it Wwww.adspmaredisardegna.it


62 Main Contact


Valeria Mangiarotti Marketing Manager


E valeria.mangiarotti@porto.cagliari.it P +39 070 679 531 F +39 070 679 533 45


Airport: C: 7km, O: 3km, G: 20km, P:35km, Or: 92km Free shuttle service to city: C,O,P: yes, G, Or: no


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: Cagliari: 424,305, Olbia: 96,024, Porto Torres: 35,901, Golfo Aranci: 1,100, Oristano: 600 Total cruise calls 2017: C:165, O:67, P:27, G:4, Or: 1 Turnaround port?C: no, O, G, P: yes for Costa Crociere and MSC


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