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Antalya Port (TRAYT)

Port Code TRAYT City Antalya
Port Name ANTALYA Country/Region Turkey
Category Port City Route EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Antalya Port (TRAYT)

Overview:

      Turkish commercial port. It is located on the northwest coast of Antalya Bay in the southwest of the country, south of the port city and facing the Mediterranean Sea. It is 392 nautical miles from Irmit Port in the west ,215 nautical miles from Mersin Port in the east 135 nautical miles from LimassolRemesos Port in the southeast, and 341 nautical miles from Port Said in the south The port stretches north-south along the coast, and is protected by north-south breakwaters to the east. North breakwater length of 650 meters long breakwater south 1440 meters, the harbor covers an area of 33.16 hectares, the depth of the harbor 14 meters and maximum draft allowed -meter boat from the northeast into port. The main berths in the port are located in the northern port area. North inner breakwater has widened portion . 3 berths, southern section . 1 No. berth length of 150 meters, the depth of 10 m; North segment length 165 meters, . 3 No. berths, depth 5.5 6.5 m. The other side is such piers . 4 . 6The jetty berth is 170 meters long and 10 meters deep. Berth No.8 is located in the northwest part of East Turkistan in the middle of the port on the opposite bank of Berth No.7. It is 170 meters long and 10 meters deep Berth No.is on the south bank of the port area, with a length of 270 meters and a water depth of 5.5meters. It is a military wharf. The port mainly exports wheat, wood, ore, leather, flour, fruits, etc., and imports textiles, rice, coffee, sugar, metal materials and alcohol.

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Summary of TRAYT

Antalya Port (port code: TRAYT), also known as Akdeniz Port, is the largest organized port on the coastline of about 700 nautical miles between Izmir and Mersin. Located at the head of Antalya Gulf, on south coast of Turkey, it is a port of entry.
The port offers a sheltered port, protected by two breakwaters, which are 1,140 meters and 650 meters long respectively. The distance between the two is 250 meters. The main berths in the port are located in the northern port area.
The port handles approximately 8 million tons of cargo and 210,000TEU annually. The main imports entering this port include fertilizers, coal and raw MDF. The principal exports leaving this port include cement, marble, chrome, aluminium hydrate and ingots.
Each year about 1,700 vessels and 25,000 passengers visit this port. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are sailing vessels, accounting for around 35%; cargo vessels, taking up around 19%; and passenger vessels, taking a proportion of 17%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 244 meters. The maximum draught is 10.6 meters. The maximum deadweight is 64,273t.