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General Information

General Information

Taranto Cruise Port

In the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, in a strategic position with respect to the main routes between East and West, the port of Taranto is the ideal hub for cruise traffic between Italy and the countries of the East Med.

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  • SPORGENTE WEST
    Total Berthing: 330 m
    Max. Vessel LOA: 330 m
    Max. Draught: 10 m
  • TESTATA
    Total Berthing: 215 m
    Max. Vessel LOA: 133 m
    Max. Draught: 6 m
  • SPORGENTE EAST (Future)
    Total Berthing: 360 m
    Max. Vessel LOA: 320 m
    Max. Draught: 8.80 m
 
Maximum Ship Dimensions For Berth

Length: No Limit

Width: No Limit

Draught: 9m

 
Anchorage

Available: Yes

Ship Tender Allowed: Yes

Tugs Available: Yes

 
General Information

Region: East Med

Terminals: 1

Turnaround Port: Yes

 
Distances / Transportation

City Center: 4 Km

Airport: 25 km

 
Quays / Berths

Total Number of Berths: 3

Total Berthing Line Length: 905 m

Berth Quay: Molo San Cataldo

Terminal

On the S. Cataldo Pier, Taranto Cruise Port has recently built its new cruise terminal opened in May 2021, which welcomes passengers and crews. The docks of Taranto Cruise Port are able to accommodate even the largest cruise ships of the latest generation, a few meters from the heart of the ancient city.

Connectivity

Taranto has a high potential for pre & post cruise packages, thanks to the large hotel availability and port’s proximity to the city’s center and to the main air-train-road networks.

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