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General Information

General Information

Bodrum Cruise Port

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. Apart from the cruise pier, the port boasts quays that can harbor up to 30 mega-yachts, and has three ferryboat ramps. Bodrum Cruise Port provides full terminal services, marine services and auxiliary services.

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  • Berth No: 1
    Pier Length: 350m
    Min. Draught: 10.2m
  • Berth No: 2
    Pier Length: 330m
    Min. Draught: 9.2m
  • Length: 115m
    Depth: 2m
  • Length: 120m
    Depth: 5.5m
  • Ramp 3
    Length: 20m
    Depth: 8m
  • Ramp 2
    Length: 30m
    Depth: 8m
 
Maximum Ship Dimensions For Berth

Length: 340m
Width: No Restrictions
Draught: 9m

 
General Information

Region: East Med
Terminal: 1
Bus Capacity: 20
Turnaround Port: Yes

 
Anchorage

Available: Yes
Ship Tender Allowed: Yes
Tugs Available: Yes
Tidal Movement/Range: 0.45m

 
Quays / Berths

Total Number of Berths: 4
Total Berthing Line Length: 680m
Berth Quays: 8m to 22m

 
Distances/Transportation

City Center: 1.5km
Airport: 35km - Bodrum Milas Airport (BJV)
Shuttle Service:Sea Shuttle Available

 
Port Security Information

VCC Operated: 24/ 7 
Approved Certificated ISPS Plan

 
Services Provided at Pier

Water Supply 
Marpol 
Provisions

Terminal

Bodrum Cruise Port provides full terminal services, marine services and auxiliary services. The state-of-the-art terminal building offers diverse facilities including duty free shopping areas, travel agencies and a restaurant. Bodrum has been an anchorage port for small ships until 2008. Bodrum Cruise Port has invested heavily in port facilities including construction of a terminal building and a pier.

Connectivity

Situated on an exquisite peninsula, Bodrum is undoubtedly one of the most attractive coastal cities in Turkey. Bodrum is located on the Aegean coast of Turkey and heart of East Mediterranean. The port is in close proximity to many marquee ports in the region such as Kuşadası and Mykonos. The port is located a brief stroll from the city center and 36 km from Milas International Airport. As well the port has regular ferries to many Greece islands. To Kos island, Greece there are 2 ferries a day from Bodrum Cruise Port.

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