Port and terminal operator DP World has inaugurated a new cruise passenger terminal in Limassol, Cyprus.
The terminal, which was officially opened on May 3, will enable the largest cruise ships in the world to visit the country for the first time, the company informed.
These cruise vessels would be berthed at the terminal’s East berth, which features a length of 480 meters and depth of 11 meters.
The terminal is designed to facilitate both Transit (day call) and Turnaround (home porting) services.
“This new passenger terminal represents a huge improvement in the service and facilities we are able to provide to all our customers. It is an exciting time for us at DP World Limassol as an economic driver, this new passenger terminal will open up new opportunities for Cyprus and Limassol,” Charles Meaby, General Manager of DP World Limassol, earlier said.
At DP World Limassol, the terminal is separated into three principal areas; cruise, oil and gas logistics zone; and domestic/transit trade area.