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Livorno Bastia


Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


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Ancona Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia Ortona


Manfredon Barletta


Naples Castellammare di Stabia Salerno Cagliari Palermo Milazzo Bizerte La Goulette Tunis Sousse Tunisia Trapani Porto Empedocle


Termini Imerese


Sicily Valletta Malta Messina


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VALLETTA, MALTA


Must see tourist attractions


• Valletta Waterfront • Grandmaster’s Palace, Valletta • St John’s Co Cathedral, Valletta • Mdina (Malta’s old capital city) • Neolithic Temples


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 360mtr Width: 35mtr Draught: 13.7mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 0.5mtr max


The port of Valletta in Malta is situated in the centre of the Mediterranean. It is flanked by Sicily, 60 miles to the north, and north Africa, 120 miles to the south. Its central location makes it an ideal port for east and west Mediterranean cruise itineraries. The port of Valletta is the gateway to Malta’s rich historical and cultural experience. The award-winning Valletta Cruise Port is situated in a natural deep water harbour, with ease of access to all sized ships, all year round. The quays in the port of Valletta are all ISPS compliant and can handle the larger cruise vessels. There are three passenger facilities, with the main terminal located in the historic Magazino Hall. Cruise lines benefit from a 24/7 support services including bunkering, ship chandelling and ship- repair. In terms of facilities and passenger support services, the country enjoys an excellent reputation for its accommodation facilities, multilingual guides and tourism activities, as well as wide-ranging multimodal transport services. Malta’s diminutive size makes all attractions within close proximity. One finds the oldest temples in


Quays Total number of quays: 6 Total length of quays: Pinto 1/2: 307mtr, Pinto 3: 171mtr, Pinto 4/5: 301mtr, Gun Wharf: 80mtr, Wine Wharf: 73mtr, Boiler Wharf: 383mtr Quay depth: 11mtr Passenger terminals: 3


Distances/Transportation City centre: 1.5km


Mailing Address Valletta Cruise Port Vault 1 Upper Floor Pinto Wharf, Floriana FRN 1913 Malta


E info@vallettacruiseport.com Wwww.vallettacruiseport.com


76 Main Contact


Stephen Xuereb Chief Executive Officer Valletta Cruise Port E sxuereb@vallettacruiseport.com P +356 2567 3000 M+356 9944 8558


the world, UNESCO heritage sites and a vibrant Mediterranean lifestyle. All these factors combine to render a call in Malta a memorable experience. Valletta Cruise Port, a subsidiary of Global Ports Holding, works jointly with other stakeholders to facilitate the stay of guests in the port of Valletta: Transport Malta, the port authority, Malta Tourism Authority, Malta International Airport, ship agents and others. Those arriving by sea, pass through the historical Valletta Waterfront. A walk to the Baroque city of Valletta will only take 15 minutes. For passengers arriving and departing by air, Malta’s International Airport is located 15 minutes away from the Port of Valletta. The island of Gozo offers a different experience to mainland Malta. This tiny island boasts a laid back lifestyle and its eco-friendliness attracts the most discerning worldwide travellers. Expanding the itinerary to include the sister island of Gozo creates a ‘2 for 1’ bonus, ideal for overnight stays, with no additional port charges and fuel savings.


Airport: 7km


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 778,596 Total cruise calls 2017: 342 Total cruise lines 2017: 37 Turnaround port? yes


PORT FACTS


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