Alanya Cruise Port, lying along the Turkish Riviera and perfectly situated between Cyprus and a variety of Greek islands, is able to report a significantly increased number of enquiries in the last three weeks, as a result of the unfolding situation in Israel and Palestine.
As well as welcoming Regent Seven Seas’ Mariner last week, Alanya will soon be hosting Oceania’s Riviera, as well as vessels from both Hapag Lloyd and Peter Deilmann.
Director Haluk Sayman commented “Alanya is dedicated to cruising, with no cargo traffic whatsoever. The berth has a prime position in the town and within walking distance from significant 800 year old history one way, and an extremely attractive promenade with shopping and sea-front cafes going in the other direction. There is also a variety of full and half day tours from which to choose, from visits to Perge, established around 1500 BC where St. Paul reputedly preached his first sermon, to rafting in the nearby Dim River and the chance to swim in the cool meltwater.”
Alanya was the proud host of the 43rd MedCruise General Assembly last November during four days of glorious sunshine, highlighting that Autumn is a perfect time for cruise ships to call at the port and sample the perfectly relaxed atmosphere.
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Capt. Haluk Sayman