Cruise to Kusadasi, Bodrum & Antalya !

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Cruise tο Kusadasi, Bodrum & Antalya !

Global Ports Holding (GPH) is the world’s largest cruise port operator with an established presence in the Mediterranean and Asia-Pacific regions, including extensive commercial port operations in Turkey and Montenegro. As an independent cruise port operator, GPH has developed a portfolio of fourteen strategically located ports in eight countries. In Turkey, GPH currently manages three leading cruise ports.

Ege Port, Kuşadasi: Gateway to Ephesus; Situated on the west coast of Turkey, the cruise port and beach resort town of Kuşadası is the gateway to Ephesus, which is among the most visited ancient cities in the Mediterranean. With its two finger piers Ege Port, Kuşadası can berth up to four large vessels, at a time. The completely renovated Scala Nuova Village is located across from the Terminal, in a cozy array of an Aegean village like streets, offers exotic, colorful shops, chic cafés, bars and restaurants tailored exclusively for cruise passengers. Ege Port has been awarded ‘Green Port’ certification in recognition of their environmental and corporate responsibility credentials.

Bodrum Cruise Port: Discover a Destination of Pure Luxury; Bodrum is located on the Aegean coast of Turkey, and in addition to its luxury tourist destinations, it boasts several major historical sites, including The Castle of St Peter & Mausoleum, Myndos Gate and the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. The port is located a brief stroll from the city center and 36 km from Milas International Airport. Bodrum Cruise Port features a finger pier, which can accommodate two large-sized, or four smaller cruise ships at a time. The world’s largest cruise ships, can berth easily thanks to its pier extension in 2011. Kos Island is 30 minutes ferry ride from the Port. Bodrum Cruise Port has been awarded ‘Green Port’ certification in recognition of their environmental and corporate responsibility credentials.

Antalya Cruise Port: The Mediterranean’s New Turnaround Hub; A major international airport, a wide range of hotels and a variety of important archaeological sites such as Aspendos, Perge and Side, the port has all the appeal necessary to be a key homeport on the Mediterranean. Antalya Cruise Port has three cruise piers totaling 510 m in length, a 1,830 m2 passenger terminal and a 990 m2 luggage area which serves cruise passengers. Thanks to the promotion of the port as a turnaround hub, the number of passengers increased significantly. Antalya is the number one holiday destination in Turkey and attracts 39% of all tourists visiting the country.

Must see tourist attractions
• Ephesus
• The House of the Virgin Mary
• The Castle of St. Peter & The Mausoleum (One of the Seven Wonders)
• The Temple of Artemis (One of the Seven Wonders)
• Aspendos


Port Facts

Maximum ship dimensions for berth
Length: Kuşadasi (K): 370mtr, Bodrum (B): 350mtr, Antalya (A): 340mtr
Width: no restrictions
Draught: K: 10mtr, B: 9mtr, A: 9.5mtr
Available: yes
Ship tenders allowed: yes
Tugs available: yes
Tidal movement/range: 30cm
Total number of quays: K: 8, B: 3 A: 3
Total length of quays: K: 1,297mtr, B: 680mtr, A: 510mtr
Quay depth: K: 9-19mtr, B: 8-22mtr, A: 10mtr
Passenger terminals: K:1, B:1, A:1
City centre: K: 50mtr, B: 1.5km, A: 20km
Airport: K: 64km, B: 35km, A: 30km
Shuttle service to city: K: not applicable, B: sea shuttle available, A: yes
Total cruise passengers 2016: K: 347,232, B: 61,261, A: 45,405
Total cruise calls 2016: K: 278, B: 44, A: 16
Turnaround port? A: yes


Port Contact details

Main Contact
Carla Salvado
Director of Marketing
P +34 93 412 7914
F +34 93 317 3169
Other Contact
Ceylan Erzi
Marketing Manager
P +90 212 244 4440
F +90 212 244 6047
Mailing Address
Global Ports Holding
Rihtim Caddesi No. 51
Karakoy 34425
Istanbul, Turkey



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