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Santa Teresa Golfo Aranci Olbia


La Spezia Livorno


Pesaro Ancona Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia Ortona


Manfredonia Barletta


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Termini Imerese


Sicily Valletta VENICE, ITALY Must see tourist attractions


• St. Marco Square and the Basilica of St. Marco


• The Doge’s Palace • Gallerie dell’Accademia Art Collection • Palazzo Grassi • Guggenheim Peggy Collection


Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. (V.T.P.) operates one of the largest homeports of the world and the main gateway for cruising in the Adriatic and Eastern Med. Conveniently located at the crossroad of the main road, rail and air network, within a short walking, sailing and driving distance from Venice city center, it attracts every year over 40 cruise brands. Know how, flexibility, non-stop improvement of operating efficiency, steady innovation in safety and security, these are the key skills the cruise operators can count on when calling in Venice. 10 multifunctional terminals, 6 dedicated quays across Marittima, Santa Marta and San Basilio areas, wide spaces for motor coaches and taxis as well as for provisions storage, the main facilities at disposal of cruise ships.


Shops, duty free, left luggage facilities, refreshment areas are among the main amenities passengers, whether homeport or in transit, can enjoy. Drive-in cruisers can opt for convenient on port parking (2.300 places available), few meter away from the embarking point, while for those arriving from or heading to the city center the following on-site and nearby services are made available to ensure an hassle-free ashore experience: water and land taxi booking center, limousine hire, internal shuttle bus and people mover. Aside from cruises, other leisure maritime vessels enjoy V.T.P facilities: river cruise ships, yearly deployed on the route Venice lagoon-Po River, hydrofoils with seasonal connections to/from Istrian Peninsula and mega yachts.


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Bari Taranto


Monopo Brin


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Corigliano Calabro Crotone


Zadar Sibenik


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Slovenia Koper


Venice Rijeka


Croatia


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 340mtr LOA Width: no limit Draught: up to 9.1mtr Turning basin: suitable for a ship up to 340mtr LOA


Anchorage Available: yes, at roadstead Ship tenders allowed: yes Pilotage compulsory: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: about 1mtr


Mailing Address Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. Fabbricato 248, Marittima 30135 Venezia Italy


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Quays Total number of quays: 6 for ocean cruises Total length of quays: Piave: 722.5mtr, Testata Marmi: 203mtr, Tagliamento: 726.7mtr, Isonzo: 630mtr, S. Marta: 465.24mtr, S. Basilio: 342.57mtr Passenger terminals: 10


Distances/Transportation City centre: Marittima is easily and quickly connected by water transportation and people mover to the city’s centre, while berths located in San Basilio/Santa Marta are in the city’s centre


Main Contact


Francesco Drigo Marketing and Business Development Manager


E f.drigo@vtp.it P +39 041 2403 020-25 F +39 041 2403 091


Airport: 13km


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 1,425,000 Total cruise calls 2017: 466 Total cruise lines 2017: 39 Turnaround port? yes


PORT FACTS


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