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Pier Details

Pier information
Max LOA 365 m
Max depth 11 m
Type of berth (passenger, cargo, bulk traffic) Cruise
Fenders available (brand and type) Con-fender / Fender panel
Bollard strength 100 - 250 tonn
Info on tides 0,3-0,5 m
Distance to the city center (in Kilometers) 0,5 km
Are shuttle buses required? No, but available on request
Distance to the airport (in Kilometers) 16 km
Clean pier before arrival + maintenance during the day Available
Good functional fenders Available
ISPS certified - compulsory Available
Cleared and well signaled entrance / exit to/ from the pier Available
Pilotage service available Available
Proper tender facilities if available and needed by cruise lines Available
Bunkers available Available
Fresh water available - supply rate (30 m3/hour) Available 35-60 m2/hour
Solid waste disposal Available
Toxic waste disposal Available
Bilge and Sludge disposal facilities Available
Black and grey water disposal facilities Available
Necessary space, facilities and labor to handling ship’s stores and provision Available
Tourism information available at the port Available
Porters and stevedors available Available
First aid equipment available Available
Fixed sign / map at the port with directions between port and city Available
Dedicated local cruise network and website Link:
Taxi stand and general price guidance information Available
City maps available at pier Available
Pier Information related to shore power
Is your port currently equipped with shore power? Available
What is the norm / standard (e.g. IEC/IEEE 80005-1)? IEC/IEEE 80005-1
What information and documentation does the cruise ship need to provide the port prior to fist connection? First call document Vessel shorepower connection checklist
How long does it take to connect from all fast to full operational SSE (shore side electricity) connection? Depending on vessel
Is the disconnection time the same? Depending on vessel
Are there weather conditions/restrictions or any other type of limitation under which the use of SSE is not possible/safe? At captain's discrestion
Are there any other fees related to shore power? Connections and disconnection fee
How far ahead prior ETA of the vessel do you need confirmation on planned shore-power connection for the vessel? With booking
Is the energy provided in port generated from renewable sources? Yes
The manufacturer of the shore-power plant? PowerCon
Port reception facilities / Waste handling
Number and maximum flow rate 1 30cubm/h
Direct downstream to municipal facilities Yes
MARPOL standard connections fitted Yes
Number and maximum capacity of barges (cubm) Nil/Upon request
Tank trucks available Yes
Number and maximum capacity of Tank trucks (cubm) 50 cubm
MARPOL standard connections fitted Yes
Local storage - Sewage available and maximum capacity (cubm) City limit
Local storage - Bioresidue available and maximum capacity (cubm) City limit
Local storage - Fats, Oils from Hotel services available and maximum capacity (cubm) City limit
Local storage - Food waste reject water available and maximum capacity (cubm) City limit
Port reception facilities / Administration and reporting
PWMP - Port Waste Management Plan available and updated for Annex IV special area Yes
Type of PWMP - Port specific, Terminal/Pier specific or Hybrid Terminal/poer
Implemented Cruise specific Circ.644 - ANF Advanced Notification Form Yes
Implemented Cruise specific Circ.645 - WDR Waste Delivery Receipt Yes
Updated IMO Port Reception Facilities Database (PRFD) for Annex IV special area NA