New Passenger Terminal in Limassol Provides World-Class Facilities

By ,   July 18, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

The new passenger terminal in Limassol, which was opened in May 2018, provides world-class services and facilities for passengers and features 7 pods with a floor area totalling 8,205 m2. The terminal is specifically designed to facilitate both transit and turnaround services. In addition, the East berth, which has a length of 480 metres and depth of 11 metres is able to handle the biggest cruise ships in the world.

Port of Limassol (Cyprus)

At DP World Limassol, the new terminal is separated into 3 principal areas, including Cruise; Oil & Gas logistics zone; Domestic/Transit trade area. DP World Limassol can thus offer additional services and operations which support Cyprus economy.

The Oil & Gas logistics zone is 100,000 m2 with a 430-meter berth and has been awarded full environmental impact assessment and relevant permits. Its current occupation is at 30%, used to support recent ENI’s Cyprus EEZ offshore drilling campaign. Exxon Mobile also nominated DP World Limassol Oil & Gas zone as its planned drilling logistics base.