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Piraeus

Introduction, Major Towns Near, Port Detail

Piraeus Port is the busiest passenger port in Europe and the third most active in the world, located in Piraeus, Greece. Major towns near Piraeus Port are Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras, Irakleion, Volos, Larissa, Kavala, Alexandroupoli, Chania and Heraklion. Piraeus is Greece’s largest and busiest port, handling over 20 million passengers and 3 million TEUs annually. The port is also a central hub for cruise ships in the Mediterranean, with over 500,000 cruise passengers passing through the port each year. Piraeus has a long history, dating back to the ancient Greek city of Athens. The port was used as the main port of Athens during the Classical and Hellenistic periods and was greatly expanded during the Roman period. In the Byzantine period, the port was known as the Port of Constantinople and was the main entry point for trade and travel between Constantinople and the West. The modern port of Piraeus was developed in the late 19th century when Greece began to industrialize and grow as a nation. The port was expanded and modernized in the early 20th century and became the main port of Athens after the city was awarded the hosting rights for the 1896 Summer Olympics. Today, Piraeus is a thriving commercial and passenger port with many facilities and services for visitors and residents alike. The port is home to several restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, a museum, an aquarium, and many parks and open spaces. Piraeus is also well-connected to Athens, with a regular ferry service operating between the port and the city center.

Export /Import requirements

The Port of Piraeus does not have any specific export or import requirements. However, all shipments must comply with the applicable laws and regulations of Greece, the European Union, and the country of origin or destination. The following documents are required for all shipments: commercial invoice, bill of lading, certificate of origin (if required), packing list, insurance certificate, and other documents as required by the laws and regulations of Greece, the European Union, and the country of origin or destination. In addition, all shipments must be labeled and packaged by international standards.

1 - Address10 Akti Miaouli Piraeus 185 38 Greece

2 - Port AuthorityPiraeus Port Authority S. A.

3 - Phone210 4550229

4 - Fax210 4550310

5 - Email[email protected]

6 - Coordinates37º 57' 0'' N, 23º 38' 17'' E

7 - Decimal37.9502693, 23.6381407

8 - UN/LOCODEGRPIR

9 - Port TypeSeaport

10 - Port SizeLarge

11 - Websitewww.olp.gr

12 - TerminalYes

Informations
Port Detail

Inland port

Entrance Restrictions

Mean tide

Tide

Overhead Limit

Swell

Water Depth

Channel76 feet - OVER 23.2m - OVER

Cargo Pier31 - 35 feet 9.4 - 10 meters

Mean Tide-

Anchorage36 - 40 feet 11 - 12.2 meters

Oil Terminal31 - 35 feet 9.4 - 10 meters

Harbor Characteristics

Harbor SizeLarge

ShelterExcellent

Max Vessel SizeOver 500 feet in length

Harbor TypeCoastal Breakwater

Turning Area

Informations
Pilotage

Compulsory

Available

Advisable

Local Assist

Supplies

Provisions

Fuel Oil

Deck

Water

Diesel Oil

Engine

Lifts & Cranes

0-24 Ton Lifts

25-49 Ton Lifts

50-100 Ton Lifts

100+ Ton Lifts

Fixed Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Floating Cranes

Loading & Unloading

Wharves

Med Moor

Ice

Anchor

Beach

Tugs

Assist

Salvage

Quarantine

Pratique

Deratt Cert

Port Services

Longshore

Electrical Repair

Steam

Electrical

Navigation Eq

Repairs, Drydock & Other Services

Ship Repairs

Marine Railroad

Drydock Size

Garbage Disposal

Dirty Ballast

Communications

Telephone

Radio

Air

Telegraph

Radio Tel

Rail

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Ocean

Economical, Efficient and
Environmental-friendly
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Air

Speedy, cost-effective
and Highly reliable
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Land

Door to door, low risk and
flexible
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Customs

Expert brokerage
assistance
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