The Central Port of Kavala St. Paul is geographically situated at 40o 56’ N and 24o 24’ E, in Northern Greece. It has a land zone of 190.000m2 approximately and it has quays in a total length of 1950m and has depths from 7 to 14m. Its proximity to the Kavala International Airport Megas Alexandros (30km) and to the Greek-Bulgarian borders (90kms) provides future opportunities for homeporting.
The main port characteristics in relation to cruise traffic can be summarized as follows:
- font-awesomeDepths: up to 14m
- font-awesomeShip turning radius: 420m
- font-awesomeServices provided: anchorage, pilotage, towage, water supply, electricity, management of solid waste and liquid waste.
- font-awesomeNewly built Passenger Terminal, with air-conditioned lounge.
- font-awesomeHealth emergency station (located in the port).
- font-awesomeCruise ships berthing priority over passenger ships.
- font-awesomeISPS Certified port
- font-awesomeConvenient parking for tourist coaches.
- font-awesomeWalking distance to the city center.