Among the services dedicated to the cruise sector: long-stay car park, shuttle bus, passengers’ welcoming, luggage storage and bike rent.
The Terminal is in Catania Port and it is integrated with the urban fabric, ideal for the development of the cruise sector.
From Catania Port it is possible to reach easily the city centre, besides the main railway, motorway and airplane connections.
Since 2011 Catania Cruise Terminal Srl has been managing interporting and passenger transit activities within the Cruise Terminal of Catania Port: it is possible to embark/disembark passengers, offering an increasingly wide range of ancillary services. The company’s main target is to boost passenger traffic in Eastern Sicily.
CATANIA CRUISE TERMINAL: THE NEW GPH PORT
GPH is the world’s largest cruise port operator with an established presence in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Asia-Pacific regions, including extensive commercial port operations in Turkey and Montenegro.
As the world’s sole cruise ports consolidator, GPH operates a portfolio of 14 ports in 8 countries. Every year GPH welcomes more than 3,000 calls from all cruise lines.
As of November 2016, GPH has indirectly purchased shares, including all direct and indirect shares that Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL) holds, of the company operating Cagliari Cruise Port . As a result, GPH now owns 62.20 % indirect shares of Catania Cruise Terminal S.r.l..
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