Kusadasi Cruise Port
Kusadasi Cruise Port is the busiest cruise port in Turkey among the others in Istanbul, Izmir, Marmaris, Bodrum, Dikili and Trabzon on the Black Sea Region.
Kusadasi Cruise Port is considered as the Gateway to Ephesus, so most of the private ephesus tours from Kusadasi port are organized at right here.
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Since the last decade the numbers of visitors rapidly increased in 2004 the numbers of calls to Kusadasi Cruise Port was 347 with 215.000 passengers,
in 2005 it was 444 with 295.219 Cruisers,
in 2006 499 with 368.696 Cruisers,
in 2007 it was 613 with 466.639 Cruisers ,
in 2008 646 Ships with 557.515 Cruise Passengers ,
in 2009 616 with 568.179 Cruise Passengers ,
and with a bit of a decrease in 2010 it was 530 Cruise Ships with 491.796 Cruise Passengers
called Kusadasi Cruise Port.
In 2011 There were 568 Calls and 634.687 Cruise Passangers
In 2012 There were 464 Calls and 545.148 Passengers
In 2013 428 Calls and 538.917 Passengers
In 2014 448 Calls and 518.320 Passengers
In 2015 506 Calls and 528.023 Passengers
In 2016 278 Calls and 329.186 Passengers
In 2017 130 Calls 99.297 Passengers
There are 2 wharfs, where Cruise ships are docking .
Passenger motor voyages are regularly organized from Kusadasi port to Greek Island Samos during spring and summer months (Every day between 1st April and 20th October), and during winter months these voyages are turned as charters.
There are daily and hourly picnic touring passenger motors in the port, and Blue Tour, Boat Trip organizing yachts are also in the yacht port.
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